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iApps first to be up in the air
SUNSHINE Coast company iApps has created FlightBOX, an application for iPhone and iPad created specifically for the aviation industry.
“We found a gap in this niche market; there was a need for an mobile application for pilots that would be useful from training and continue with them through their career,” said iApps managing director Rick Hoy.
The app combines an array of functions that were previously built as individual apps
“Being a trainee pilot myself, I appreciated the need for an all in one app that was user friendly and covered all the flight intelligence I needed,” said Mr Hoy.
“One major benefit of FlightBOX is the personalised logbook, there is no other logbook on the market that can be customized.”
Already a hit on iTunes and downloaded by thousands of aviation workers around the world, FlightBOX is already being used as an educational resource for training and instruction. As of 2011, there are on average 3 pilots per 1000 of the population and this figure is set to slump in the coming years due to the current workforce gradually retiring.
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iApps, a member of the Apple Developer community, is an Australian based company specializing in the design of applications for the Apple iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and other Mobile Device technologies.
We provide software design and development services for iPhone, Mobile, Mac and the Web. And the iPad, naturally.
Our customers include individual consumers, corporate, SME's and industry clients. Our teams of innovative and experienced industry professionals combine their technical skills with their innate ability to 'think outside the square' to deliver high quality, effective and user-friendly applications.
iApps work in partnership with recognized leading industry experts to develop software that meets the needs of the business and achieve greater profits by increasing the productivity and efficiency of employees, whilst reducing costs.
For more information, please visit http://www.iapps.net.au/
Page Updated Last on: May 19, 2012