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Webinars

Flight Operations Software Demo and Overview Webinars are regularly scheduled hosted by a different IT vendor.  These sessions provide the airline and aircraft operator with the perfect introduction to a Vendor's software solution.  

Webinar check list:
  • The Software demos and overviews take place regularly.
  • You can join every session, search through the list on the right to pick and choose your Vendor session or use the calendar below to view the dates for every scheduled session.
  • Each session takes around 1 hour and will provide you with a good overview of the software solution
  • You can ask questions during the session using your Questions Box or simply sit back and view and listen.
  • To sign into a session, you will need to request entry by clicking on 'Register for Webinar'.  The host vendor confirms the participants so only sign up using your company email address so you can be easily verified.  Other vendors will not be permitted to join the sessions.
  • There are 2 sessions during the day 10 hours apart to allow all time zones to participate. 
On-Demand Webinars:

Each Webinar is recorded and posted back to the Aircraft IT website shortly after the live session.  The Aircraft IT On-Demand Webinar library now has 50+ videos for you to view.

Click here to search through the list and to view the On-Demand Webinars

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May 2017

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Flight Deck Live Weather Alerts via FMS Demo Webinar [inc: Pilot view via FMS; Turbulence; Winds]

Webinar Session 1 - 06:30 UTC/GMT - 1st June 2017 - Flight Deck Live Weather Alerts Webinar
Webinar Session 2 - 14:30 UTC/GMT - 1st June 2017 - Flight Deck Live Weather Alerts Webinar

Register to attend this Webinar for a great chance to see a full overview and demo of the powerful and industry unique live in-flight weather hazards alert system Aventus SIGMA from AVTECH. During the Webinar you will see how Aventus SIGMA uses ACARS and FMS to send real-time weather hazard alerts to pilots in-flight, such as turbulence, wind-shear, thunder storms, ice and volcanic ash; all based on the actual route, even if re-routed during flight. SIGMA also provides pilots with information on the best route to avoid turbulence or other significant weather in-flight and as you will see is powered by the Met Office UK's High Resolution Weather solutions providing the most accurate weather data globally.

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