Press Release Summary:
Available through fboweb.com, AutoLog generates pilot logbook entries by processing radar-based flight tracking data. System extracts departure and destination airports, time of departure and arrival, weather conditions at appropriate airports, and equipment type used for flight. Using existing fboweb.com databases, service calculates flight times and categories, including day/night flight and landings, instrument approaches, and multi/single engine flight time.
Original Press Release:
fboweb.com Announces AutoLog, Automatically Generated Pilot Logbook Entries for IFR Pilots
New service alleviates hassles in keeping records
ORLANDO, Fla., Feb. 27 /-- Aviation Data Systems, Inc, operators of the popular fboweb.com flight tracking and aviation information portal, announces a new, patent-pending service for IFR pilots that automatically generates pilot logbook entries for them by processing radar- based flight tracking data.
"This new service is a perfect example of what fboweb.com was designed to do," said Andrew Green, President of Aviation Data Systems, Inc. "By integrating all of the various services and features offered on the website, we alone have the ability to provide this unique and extremely useful tool."
New Service Makes Flight Logging Easier
IFR pilots who file their flight plans through fboweb.com and who maintain their electronic logbook through the site can have their logbook entries generated automatically. By monitoring the flight tracking data already available on the site, the system will extract the departure and destination airports, time of departure and arrival, weather conditions at the appropriate airports, and equipment type used for the flight, and use existing fboweb.com databases to automatically calculate flight times and categories, including day/night flight and landings, instrument approaches, multi/single engine flight time, and more.
Users interested in the service can find more information at www.fboweb.com.
Founded in 2000, Aviation Data Systems, Inc created fboweb.com to help simplify the tasks and processes involved in all aspects of aviation. The website provides flight tracking services both nationally and globally, as well as aeronautical information, airport and FBO listings, weather information, digital ATIS, and other operational support information to the aviation community. In addition, fboweb.com provides useful tools for pilots, including flight planning and flight plan filing capabilities, online pilot's logbook services, and a wide range of other features. Visit www.fboweb.com for more information.
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