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eVTOL regulations set to transform business aviation, says Web Manuals
Las Vegas, USA, October 18, 2023: Sustainability, industrial electrification and advanced air mobility (AAM) are top of the conference agenda at NBAA-BACE 2023. New advancements in how sustainable aircraft and eVTOLs are regulated will have big implications for business aviation organizations.
Web Manuals, the world leader in digital documentation for aviation, is advising that digitalisation is crucial to preparing the industry for ongoing compliance and ensuring safety in the face of changing regulations, as an abundance of new structures are forecast to fall into place over the coming years.
Krister Genmark, Vice President of Sales, says: “Further eVTOL and UAM developments are set to truly take off within the next decade, which will significantly disrupt the industry’s regulatory framework as we know it. While certifying these new aircraft is a unique and ongoing challenge for regulators, new processes and structures will likely introduce a minefield of complexities for all aircraft operators – old and new.
“For those looking to maintain a competitive edge during this era of regulatory disruption, the value of digitalisation has never been so exposed. With the ability to rapidly publish regulatory amendments, digital tools enable greater collaboration between regulators and operators, supporting the certification process for new aircraft. For existing business aviation operations required to adapt their practices to align with pending changes, being digital is key to moving the industry forward.”
Visit Web Manuals on Booth N3035 at NBAA 2023 if you’d like to talk to Krister Genmark about how digitalisation can support with managing compliance across all aircraft types.
Web Manuals specializes in developing digital document management solutions for the aviation industry. It is revolutionizing aviation manuals and regulatory compliance by making the digitization, authoring, and distribution of operational documentation easy and accessible to operators of all sizes. What used to be a laborious manual task is now made simple: the rapid authoring, reviewing, publishing, distribution, and control of an entire manuals library is now a seamless operation. This brings significant savings in time and administrative costs, while improving regulatory compliance and flight safety.
Web Manuals is rapidly expanding its global footprint. It has more than 560 customers and partners worldwide, and offices in New York, San Diego, Singapore and Malmö, Sweden.