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Aviator User Guide

Version 1.1 for Windows

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Table of Contents Introduction Purpose ................................................................................................................................. 1 About the Aviator Central Data Store (CDS) ......................................................................... 2 About Shared Data .......................................................................................................... 3 Technical Support .................................................................................................................. 4 System Requirements ........................................................................................................... 4 Compatibility Matrix ............................................................................................................... 4 Deployment and Upgrade Considerations ............................................................................. 4 Connectivity Considerations .................................................................................................. 5

Using the Dashboard Navigating the Dashboard ..................................................................................................... 6 Landscape and Portrait Modes ....................................................................................... 7 Accessing EFB Applications ........................................................................................... 8 Adjusting Dashboard Settings ......................................................................................... 9 About Dashboard Panels ..................................................................................................... 11 Selected Flight Panel .................................................................................................... 11 Weather ......................................................................................................................... 12 Charts ............................................................................................................................ 13 Performance Data ......................................................................................................... 15 Content Viewer .............................................................................................................. 16

Typical Aviator Workflow Overview .............................................................................................................................. 19 Workflow Outline ........................................................................................................... 19 Detailed Workflow ................................................................................................................ 20 Alternate Flight Plan Provider Workflow .............................................................................. 34 Using DFIS Flight Plans ................................................................................................ 34 Side Loading Flight Plans ............................................................................................. 37

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Introduction Purpose

Introduction Jeppesen Aviator manages interaction between co-operating Electronic Flight Bag applications FliteDeck Pro (FD Pro), Electronic Flight Folder (EFF), Electronic Document Browser (EDB), and Onboard Performance Tool (OPT). Aviator consists of a dashboard and a data store. The dashboard displays flight-related data and provides access to the installed applications. The data store houses the information that the applications share.

Purpose This user guide describes system requirements, support options, and operational information for Aviator, version 1.1. This guide is designed for pilots and support specialists who currently use or support Aviator. NOTE: The Aviator framework provides a customizable, SDK- driven architecture.

The applications and functionality described in this document may differ from your experience.

FIGURE 1: Aviator Dashboard

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Introduction About the Aviator Central Data Store (CDS)

About the Aviator Central Data Store (CDS) The Aviator Central Data Store (CDS) is the central repository for data shared between the installed EFB applications. Each EFB application communicates with the CDS through a plug-in to send and receive information to share with the dashboard and the other applications.

FIGURE 2: Basic Aviator data sharing

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Introduction About the Aviator Central Data Store (CDS)

About Shared Data The data reflected in the Aviator dashboard depends on the applications that you have installed. Table 1 describes the functions that each application provides. TABLE 1: Data shared between Aviator applications

EFB application

Functionality provided to Aviator

FliteDeck Pro

Aviator links to FliteDeck Pro to display origin, enroute, and destination charts. NOTE: FliteDeck Pro can provide a limited flight plan if you do not have Electronic Flight Folder installed. For more information about the data that FliteDeck Pro sends to Aviator, see Interacting With FliteDeck Pro on page 31.

Electronic Flight Folder Aviator receives flight plan, alternate, and waypoint information from EFF. Onboard Performance Tool

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Aviator shares specific flight plan data with the OPT application which in turn processes flight performance data

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Introduction Technical Support

Technical Support Jeppesen provides technical support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. •

North America Toll-Free: 800-537-7225



United States Direct: 303-328-6175



All Other International: 49-6102-508430



Email: [email protected]

System Requirements Integrated Aviator for Windows requires a mobile device with the Anniversary Edition of Windows 10 (build 1607) or later. Among these devices are the Panasonic ToughPad, Surface 3, Surface 3 Pro, and Surface 4 Pro.

Compatibility Matrix Windows Public Releases

2/3/2017

Aviator SDK

v1.1.1

Aviator Dashboard

v1.1; SDK 1.1.1

FD Pro

v8.5; SDK 1.0.3

EFF

v1.0; SDK 1.0.3

OPT

v4.27; SDK 1.0.3

EDB

v3.6; SDK 1.0.3.1611

Deployment and Upgrade Considerations Aviator supports a commercial aviation business model and is released through available Windows distribution models. Only one version of the app can be downloaded to the Windows device at one time. When you upgrade from previous versions of Aviator, saved flights and any userdefined waypoints that are part of the route are preserved. The term upgrade refers to the act of installing a more recent version over a previous version without first uninstalling the previous version.

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Introduction Connectivity Considerations

Connectivity Considerations Aviator requires a reliable Wi-Fi or cellular Internet connection to download data updates. The time necessary to download and perform updates depends on the speed of the connection and the size of the data coverage area.

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Using the Dashboard Navigating the Dashboard

Using the Dashboard The Aviator dashboard provides an at-a-glance view to the flight-planning information that you require most. Use the dashboard to get quick access to your flight drawer, route information, alternates, weather, charts, and documents that you need at the touch of a button.

Navigating the Dashboard Figure 3 highlights the main components of the Aviator dashboard. A

C

H

B D

E

F

G

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Using the Dashboard Navigating the Dashboard

A Toolbar

Houses the Global Navigation button, the Settings button, and the Flights button. The toolbar also displays the current flight number.

B Global Navigation

Provides quick access to the installed applications. See Accessing EFB Applications on page 8 for more information on using the Global Navigation button.

C Flight Drawer

Allows you to switch between flights populated from the integrated flight-planning application.

D Selected Flight

Displays the departure and arrival times and airports, estimated time enroute, and current status of the selected flight. See Selected Flight Panel on page 11 for more information.

E Weather (Wx)

Provides weather information for the departure, arrival, and alternate airports. See Weather on page 12 for more information.

F Charts

Provides links to the departure airport diagram, enroute map, and arrival airport diagram. Selecting these links opens the chart in FliteDeck Pro. See Charts on page 13 for more information.

G Documents

Displays specific documents as customizable tiles in the Documents section. Tap one of the tiles to open the corresponding document in Aviator Content Viewer. See Content Viewer on page 16 for more information.

H Settings Button

Provides access to Aviator settings. See Adjusting Dashboard Settings on page 9 for more information.

Button

Panel

Landscape and Portrait Modes You can access Aviator in either landscape or portrait view on your tablet. All flightplanning information appears in both modes. NOTE: In portrait mode, the name of the application associated with each panel is

displayed.

Landscape

Portrait FIGURE 4: Landscape and portrait modes

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Using the Dashboard Navigating the Dashboard

Accessing EFB Applications Tap the Global Navigation button to access a menu of applications currently installed and registered with Aviator. Tap on the name of an application to open it.

FIGURE 5: Switching to another EFB application

To return to Aviator from one of the other EFB applications, tap the Global Navigation button again, then tap Aviator.

FIGURE 6: Returning to Aviator (from FliteDeck Pro)

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Using the Dashboard Navigating the Dashboard

Adjusting Dashboard Settings Tap the Settings button to access the Aviator dashboard settings.

FIGURE 7: Dashboard settings

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Using the Dashboard Navigating the Dashboard

Share Registration Info

Enable this option to share Aviator registration information with other installed EFB applications.

Default Logging Level

Select the level of fault description.

Temperature

Select Celsius or Fahrenheit to show throughout the Aviator application.

Default METAR/TAF

Select Raw or Decoded data as the default weather detail presentation.

Weather Update Schedule

Set the frequency of weather updates to the dashboard.

Flight Plan Provider

Choose from the available flight plan providers.

Service URL

Enter the URL for your service plan provider.

Username

Enter the user name for your service provider account.

Password

Enter the password for your service provider account.

Jeppesen Support

Lists customer support information for Aviator.

Terms & Conditions

Displays the accepted Aviator terms and conditions.

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Using the Dashboard About Dashboard Panels

About Dashboard Panels The toolbar, selected flight, and weather panels are available for every Aviator installation. The remaining dashboard panels are available depending on the EFB applications that you have installed. The following section describes how each panel functions within the dashboard.

Selected Flight Panel The selected flight panel displays the planned departure and arrival times and airports, estimated time enroute, and current flight status for the selected flight. B

A D

C E

F

FIGURE 8: Selected flight panel

A Tail Number/Flight

Displays the aircraft registration for the selected flight and provides detailed flight briefing data. Tap the tail number to access limited flight and aircraft information, estimated weight, and fuel information.

B Flight Plan Status

Displays the current status of the selected flight plan:

Briefing

• Pending: The flight plan has not been signed, activated, or closed. • Active: The active flight plan is signed and appears at the top of the flight drawer. Only one flight plan can be Active at a time. • Initialized: The flight plan is available for sharing with other applications. Only one, active flight plan can be designated Initialized at a time. • Closed: When a new flight plan is shared from FliteDeck Pro, Aviator closes the existing Pending or Initialized flight plan, and shows the newly-received flight plan as Pending.

C View Plan Button

Tap the View Plan Button to iew the current flight plan.

D Departure Airport

Displays departure information: airport code, airport location, time, and date.

E Arrival Airport

Displays arrival information: airport code, airport location, time, and date.

F Estimated Time

Displays the estimated duration of the flight.

Information Information Enroute

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Using the Dashboard About Dashboard Panels

Weather The Weather panel displays weather data from Jeppesen Weather Control for the departure and arrival airports for the current trip. Weather information for alternate airports is also easily accessible.

FIGURE 9: Weather panel

Tap one of the tiles in the Weather panel to view more information.

• Tap Raw or Decoded to view the desired type of weather data. • Tap the Refresh icon in the bottom left corner of the detailed weather box to update the displayed data. The date and time of the last weather update shows next to the Refresh icon.

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Using the Dashboard About Dashboard Panels

Charts The Charts panel provides links to charts for the departure and arrival airports as well as the enroute map.

FIGURE 10: Charts panel

Tap one of the tiles in the Charts panel to access FliteDeck Pro. A dialog box in FliteDeck Pro will provide you with options to Load, Save, or Decline the route from Aviator. •

Load: Display the airport diagram chart or enroute chart you selected in Aviator.



Save: Save the flight plan information shared from Aviator in the FliteDeck Pro Route Drawer.



Decline: Cancel the sharing of the route information from Aviator.

FIGURE 11: Viewing charts in FliteDeck Pro IMPORTANT: If route changes are made in the charting application after the chart is

loaded into Aviator, those changes will not be reflected in the Aviator dashboard or any of the other installed EFB applications. Re-import the trip and the chart in Aviator to see changes you make after you imported the chart.

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Trip Kits Trip Kit On Demand allows pilots to self-generate PDFs for their flights that contains all the relevant charting information to conduct their flight. This feature acts as a backup to the primary FliteDeck Pro navigational charts.

Using Trip Kits The following section describes how to request a trip kit. NOTE: Aviator only generates a trip kit when a flight plan is selected.

1. Tap Get Trip Kit.

FIGURE 12: Get Trip Kit link

2. Data from the selected flight plan automatically populates the Get Trip Kit window. Make the necessary selections, then tap Get Trip Kit.

FIGURE 13: Get Trip Kit window

3. View Trip Kit and Update Trip Kit links display in the Charts component. Tap View Trip Kit to display the trip kit.

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Performance Data Aviator shares specific flight plan data from initialized flights with the Onboard Performance Tool application, which records flight performance data. Tap Performance in the Global Navigation Menu to open Onboard Performance Tool.

FIGURE 15: Opening Onboard Performance Tool

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Content Viewer Use the Aviator Content Viewer to view, highlight, and make notes on PDF documents loaded into Aviator. Tap the Global Navigation button, then tap Aviator Documents to open Content Viewer.

FIGURE 16: Accessing Content Viewer NOTE: If the Documents panel is enabled, you can tap on a document in the

dashboard to open it in Content Viewer. The Content Viewer home page lists the available folders and documents. Tap the View icons to switch between the List and Grid views.

List view

Grid view

Documents are grouped into one of three folders, as determined by their file type and content. The three folders are for flight plans, trip kits, and others. Tap on a folder to access its contents, and tap on a document title to view the document.

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Note that the documents available in Content Viewer typically have effective and expiration dates, which define the date range that the documents are available for. See your Aviator Administrator Guide for more information on loading documents into Content Viewer.

Highlighting Documents Use the Highlight tool to highlight sections of the document. Select Highlight, then select the text that you want to highlight.

NOTE: You can use the search function in the Content Viewer top view to search for

highlighted text.

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Adding Notes to Documents You can also add notes to documents in Content Viewer. You can use the search function in the Content Viewer top view to search for key words in your notes.

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Typical Aviator Workflow Overview

Typical Aviator Workflow Overview This section describes the typical Aviator workflow that you can follow to prepare for your flight. Perform the following steps to review, sign, initialize, and share flight plan information across your EFB applications. NOTE: Keep in mind that this section provides the general, typical workflow that most

pilots will find beneficial. Your organization’s established processes might differ slightly.

Workflow Outline The following steps form an outline for the Aviator workflow. Click on a step to view more information in the Detailed Workflow. NOTE: This workflow assumes that you have Electronic Flight Folder, FliteDeck Pro,

Electronic Document Browser, and Onboard Performance Tool installed as well as Aviator. Your experience might differ depending on your installed, integrated applications. 1. Select the desired flight plan and review flight details. 2. Review the weather. 3. Review the flight plan. 4. Sign the flight plan. 5. Review documents. 6. Review the departure airport chart diagram. 7. Initialize the flight plan. 8. Copy Aviator shared flight data into Onboard Performance Tool fields. 9. Close the flight plan at the end of the flight.

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Typical Aviator Workflow Detailed Workflow

Detailed Workflow The following section describes the typical Aviator workflow in detail. 1. Select the desired flight plan and review flight details. a. Tap the Flights button to access the flight drawer. b. Drag your desired flight to the left, then tap Add to Aviator. NOTE: The flight drawer lists the flight plans supplied by your integrated flight-

planning application. If the flight plan that you are looking for is not listed in the Aviator flight drawer, refer to the documentation for your flight-planning application for information on how to load flights.

c. Information for the selected flight populates the dashboard. Review the flight data in the selected flight panel.

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Typical Aviator Workflow Detailed Workflow

d. Tap the aircraft registration number to access more detailed flight data in the selected flight panel.

e. Tap the aircraft registration number again to collapse the flight briefing details. 2. Review the weather. a. Tap the departure airport weather tile.

b. Scroll down to review all of the weather information.

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c. Tap away from the weather details to close the dialog box and return to the dashboard. 3. Review the flight plan. a. Tap the Global Navigation button to display the list of integrated EFB applications.

b. Tap FLIGHT FOLDER.

c. The flight-planning application opens and the flight plans available on your device display. Select the same flight plan you selected above. NOTE: If there is more than one flight plan loaded in the flight-planning applica-

tion, the plans show in chronological order. The flight plan with the origin data and scheduled time of departure closest to the current time appears at the top of the list.

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NOTE: If there are no flight plans listed in the integrated flight-planning applica-

tion, consult that application’s documentation for information on how to load flight folders.

d. Tap FLIGHT PLAN, then tap FLT PLAN HEADER.

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e. The flight plan header appears. Review the header information.

f. Review other flight information as necessary. When you are satisfied with the contents, sign the flight plan. 4. Sign the flight plan. a. Tap the Menu icon.

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b. Select Sign Flight Plan.

c. The flight plan’s status changes to Active. Tap the Global Navigation button.

d. Tap Aviator.

You are returned to the Aviator dashboard.

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5. Review documents. a. Tap the tile for the document that you need to review.

b. The selected document opens in Aviator Content Viewer. Review the document as necessary, then return to Aviator. Tap the Global Navigation button, then tap Aviator.

You are returned to the Aviator dashboard.

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6. Review the departure airport chart diagram. a. Tap the departure chart tile to access the chart in FliteDeck Pro.

b. FliteDeck Pro opens and prompts you to load, save, or decline the route shared from Aviator. Tap Load to display the chart.

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c. The selected chart opens in FliteDeck Pro. Review any required information. Then, to return to Aviator, tap the Global Navigation button.

d. Tap Aviator.

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7. Initialize the flight plan. a. Tap Initialize. This initializes flight details for use by Onboard Performance Tool.

b. Tap Initialize Flight to confirm the data sync.

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The flight plan status is now Initialized.

8. Copy Aviator shared flight data into Onboard Performance Tool fields. a. Navigate to Onboard Performance Tool: Tap the Global Navigation button.

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b. Tap Performance.

c. Onboard Performance Tool opens. Tap the Action menu icon, then tap Copy Flight Info.

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The shared data from the initialized flight plan is automatically populated into the corresponding fields in Onboard Performance Tool. The shared information appears in green.

d. Navigate back to Aviator. Tap the Global Navigation button, then tap Aviator.

You are returned to the Aviator dashboard. IMPORTANT: The operation of the integrated applications is addressed in their

specific user documentation. If changes are made in this performance tool, those changes will not be reflected in the dashboard.

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Typical Aviator Workflow Detailed Workflow

9. Close the flight plan at the end of the flight. a. Tap Close.

b. Tap Continue to open Electronic Flight Folder and finish closing the flight.

c. Electronic Flight Folder opens and the Home screen appears. Long press on the flight plan you want to close, then tap Close.

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Typical Aviator Workflow Alternate Flight Plan Provider Workflow

Alternate Flight Plan Provider Workflow This workflow assumes that you do not have Electronic Flight Folder, but have FliteDeck Pro and Onboard Performance Tool installed along with the Aviator application. Your experience might differ depending on your installed, integrated applications.

Using DFIS Flight Plans 1. Search DFIS Flight Plans a. Launch Aviator. b. Tap Flights. c. Enter the flight number into the Search field to find the flight plan.

2. Add the flight plan to Aviator. a. Drag the plan to the left and tap Add to Aviator.

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Aviator downloads the flight plan to the Aviator Central Data Store. You can access the flight plan from the Aviator dashboard.

3. Tap the tail number to view flight plan details.

4. Tap Initialize to initialize the flight plan.

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5. Tap Initialize Flight in the dialog box.

6. To view the flight plan XML document, tap the flight plan button, then tap XML Flight Plan. 7. Share the flight plan with FliteDeck Pro: a. Tap the Charts panel. b. Tap Load Flight Plan. c. Navigate back to the Aviator dashboard. 8. Share flight plan data with OPT. a. Launch OPT. b. Clear old data. c. Copy the new tail number data. 9. Close the flight plan. a. Navigate to the Aviator dashboard. b. Drag the flight plan to the left and tap Close Flight Plan.

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Typical Aviator Workflow Alternate Flight Plan Provider Workflow

Side Loading Flight Plans The following workflow describes the process of side loading flight plans received by email. 1. Open the flight plan attachment in an email. 2. Tap Open.

3. Aviator opens the dashboard and a Loading Flight message appears. Tap Import.

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4. The flight plan is active in the dashboard and appears in the Documents panel. Tap Initialize.

The flight status changes to Initialized. 5. Share the flight plan with FliteDeck Pro. a. Tap the Charts panel. b. Tap Load Flight Plan. c. Navigate back to the Aviator dashboard. 6. Share the flight plan data with OPT: a. Launch OPT. b. Clear old data. c. Copy the new tail number data. 7. Close the flight plan: a. Navigate to the Aviator dashboard. b. Drag the flight plan to the left and tap Close Flight Plan.

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