The International Air Transport Association (IATA) does a vital job in helping the air travel and air cargo industries meet the challenges of growing passenger and cargo demand, climate change and an evolving global economy that increasingly[...]
ORLANDO, FLORIDA - It's no secret that the airline industry is extremely competitive. That competition, however, isn't just limited to pricing, flight times, in-flight entertainment systems and in-cabin service. These days, it's also about an[...]
Augmented reality applications are starting to take flight in the aviation industry. In our previous blog, world-renowned helicopter pilot Chuck Aaron explained how he can use it to service his BP 105 helicopter.
Augmented Reality can be a huge boon to aviation companies. We've explored that topic in detail in recent months, including our publication of a new eBook on the subject - Augmented Reality for the Aviation Industry - in July.
The work done by the on-board and ground crew of the famous Apollo 13 abortive mission to the moon was a superb example of a remote problem-solving scenario that might be called "proto AR."