In early programs, the Electronic Flight Bag was a great example of capable technology enablers applied to automating the status quo. And it continues today. Paper images on a display without much intelligence or process improvement has for years focused EFB on the device, rather than how the airline might benefit broadly because of its enabling characteristics.
Significant operational and financial benefits generated by the potential of EFB have been lost because of a focus on cool hardware - not the wider business. Now, with over 75% of airlines (according to the FAA) involved in an EFB project of one type or other, time has come to consider the EFB in the wider context of connectivity, eEnablement and operational and commercial outcomes.
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