Aviation authoring software facilitates the creation of documents related to the aviation industry. Typical users of the software include airlines and their staff, who leverage these solutions to write manuals and other official documents.
Many aviation authoring solutions will also contain distribution features, designed to facilitate the internal distribution of manuals for a company. Airlines use these tools to create and house manuals, compliance documents, and more. Employees utilize aviation authoring software to access and alter existing official documents for redistribution in case rules or regulations change.
Aviation authoring solutions either offer the features of, or are used in conjunction with, aviation document distribution software.
To qualify for inclusion in the Aviation Authoring category, a product must:
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AeroDocs is a modular, aviation-grade document management solution that gives airlines complete control over the editing, distribution and viewing of their documents. Pilots love using our software to view documents on the ground and in the cockpit. Flight ops and EFB admins love our powerful, simple document control. Safety and compliance managers like how our customised reporting makes their jobs easier, while risk is controlled.
The DocBrowser Digital Document Distribution system is originally built for the demanding and highly regulated airline environment. Airlines depend on numerous manuals and documentation being accessible to staff at all levels, ranging from pilots to flight attendants, operations staff and engineers. It is vital with rigorous version control and the company must assure that the staff always take part of the latest amendments. Understandably a system like this is valuable for any business with a need to distribute manuals and documentation in an structured and ordered way.
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