NVable CEO Cameron Hood says there has been some confusion between EFB and ETL, with the latter sometimes being called EFB hardware. He says that has lead to thinking all that is needed is an EFB and an iPad, with the ETL software on the latter. That’s possible but he strongly believes the ETL should not be a personal issue device and should stay with the aircraft. NVable image.

Commsoft and NVable Launch New Partnership

Commsoft and NVable have launched a new partnership to integrate their solutions in a way that provides a seamless experience across all aspects of aircraft maintenance, the two say. Under this new initiative, Commsoft will be the exclusive global distributor of NVable’s Electronic Tech Log (ETL) product. In close collaboration with Commsoft, NVable will continue to develop and support the ETL product to further enhance its capabilities into the future.

NVable is an innovator in aviation software and one of the first companies to have a successful, live Electronic Tech Log (ETL) implementation. Their focus on customer experience has driven the development of a number of tools across multiple platforms – with the Converge website providing the nexus for integration of data feeds, real-time analysis and administrative functions.

Commsoft’s Open Aviation Strategic Engineering System (OASES) is the comprehensive application for airworthiness maintenance control, with a focus on meeting strict regulatory requirements. It enables airlines, fixed wing and rotary operators, MROs, and CAMOs to increase efficiencies in the management and monitoring of every procedure or intervention.

Commsoft and NVable say combining the specialties of their organizations “will provide aviation customers with a seamless, deeply integrated experience flowing between the office, hangar, line activities and to each aircraft.” Third parties are also included by combining the various mobile applications and web technologies. This reach, combined with real-time data flows, opens a new world of possibilities for aviation maintenance.

“We are constantly looking for ways to make life simpler for our customers, this drives our road-map and development decisions,” said Cameron Hood, co-founder and CEO of NVable. “Our agreement with Commsoft allows us jointly to provide tools that can make a huge difference for teams involved in every aspect of the aviation maintenance. And there is no reason why it should stop there.”

“OASES is delighted to partner with Nvable to bring ETL to our extensive community.” said Paul Lynch, VP New Business at Commsoft, “We believe ETL is a key tool supporting the acceleration of digitalisation in aviation and this offering together with our cloud-based platform will support the deep integration required to improve maintenance cycles.”

Read more about eTechLogs in the latest issue of Aerospace Tech Review here.

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