ZuluLog.com, a provider of aviation record-keeping services and software, has added a redesigned import engine to its flight logging service. The new import functionality allows automatic parsing and saving of data into ZuluLog.com‘s database from dozens of other electronic flight logging and pilot logbook software packages, according to company officials.
“We’re also seeing many new customers who had previously”Many of our new customers are switching to our service from other software packages, and it’s important for them to transition seamlessly from their old software to ZuluLog.com‘s online service,” said Kelly Bonner, vice president of customer relations. been keeping their own spreadsheets with their flight hours, rather than using a standardized pilot logbook software package. So we’ve engineered the artificial intelligence of our import engine to handle virtually any format of software export or spreadsheet, even formats we’ve never seen before.”
“Pilots track their flights differently depending on their career stage, their employer, their type of flying, and the type of aircraft they fly. Our challenge was to handle the hundreds of permutations we’ve seen for what types of time pilots track, and handle them all correctly.”
Although the data import process is automatic, ZuluLog.com‘s engineers double-check every import by hand for accuracy.
ZuluLog’s standard logbook service is offered free to individual pilots. Because the software is web-based, it runs in any modern browser with nothing to download, install, or upgrade. ZuluLog is compatible with PC, Mac, Linux, and smartphones.
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