ATP Navigator online service
By Wings Magazine
Oct. 20, 2010, Brisbane, Calif. – Aircraft Technical Publishers has announced the ATP Navigator® online service, combining the functionality of the NavigatorV® desktop software with the power of the Internet for maintenance information access.
By Wings Magazine
Oct. 20, 2010, Brisbane, Calif. – Aircraft Technical Publishers (ATP®) announced today at NBAA the ATP Navigator® online service, combining the industry leading functionality of the NavigatorV® desktop software with the power and reach of the Internet for maintenance information access, distribution, compliance tracking and reporting. This announcement marks a mile-stone for maintenance professionals as the industry's first single-source, online service for maintenance information management.
"ATP has a strong history of industry firsts and a long standing commitment to our customers," said Rich Marino, President. "Combining the powerful functionality of the industry leading NavigatorV desktop platform with the power and reach of the Internet will ensure a seamless and consistent experience for our customers who choose this alternative."
The ATP Navigator® online service is delivered over the World Wide Web using the Software as a Service (SaaS) model. With the ATP Navigator® online service, maintenance professionals can access ATP® maintenance and regulatory content, compliance reports and productivity tools from any computer with a Web browser and a broadband Internet connection. This model eliminates the need for installation, maintenance, upgrades and updates. It provides immediate access to maintenance technical documentation and regulatory publications, and it is always up to date with the latest content revisions. With access to over 700 maintenance libraries from over 50 manufacturers, and regulatory libraries from FAA, ICAO and EASA, the ATP Navigator online system offers the largest collection of aviation maintenance and regulatory information available.
ATP will be previewing the ATP Navigator® online system in their booth at NBAA (#935). Maintenance professionals and the media are invited to stop by and try it out. The ATP Navigator online service will be commercially available in the first quarter of 2011.