ATP, a provider of safety and compliance information to the aviation industry, has added the digital avionics technical publications from Avidyne Corp. to its database of technical and maintenance libraries. All Avidyne avionics libraries from ATP can be accessed via the new ATP Aviation Hub online service, as well as the NavigatorV desktop platform, company officials said.
This is the first time Avidyne’s technical documents have been made available via ATP’s content services and software applications. The publication of Avidyne’s technical libraries by ATP is the result of an agreement announced between the two companies in January 2011.
“The addition of Avidyne’s digital technical publications is part of ATP’s ongoing effort to help maintenance operators increase productivity, save time and reduce operating costs, while also allowing them to have immediate access to current maintenance and regulatory information,” said Rich Marino, president of ATP.
Adds Patrick Herguth, Avidyne’s Chief Operating Officer: “ATP has set the standard for electronic and online delivery of technical publications. The addition of Avidyne’s extensive digital avionics technical publications to ATP’s libraries ensures that our dealers and customers around the world will have easy access to the most accurate technical data for Avidyne products.”
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