Global AirWorks’ Class III Electronic Flight Bag Solution is a fully integrated EFB, cockpit door surveillance system and quick access digital video recorder.
EFB Design
• Full flexibility in hosting any EFB applications that best meets the airlines strategic and operational objectives.
• Compliant to RTCA DO-160D and FAA AC 120-76A EFB hardware classes approval requirements.
• Supports all software applications (Types A-C) in accordance with FAA AC 120-76A
• Fully redundant system for continuous uninterrupted operation
• Fully integrated Cockpit Door Surveillance System
• Fully integrated Quick Access Digital Video Recorder
• Scaleable and Standalone
• Cost-competitive and installs completed during the overnight layover of the aircraft so that the airline will not miss a revenue flight
Standard Class III EFB Hardware
• Two Monitor Displays (8.4 or 10.4 inch)
• Two EFB Server
• One Control Panel
• One Fault Isolation Unit
• One Camera Splitter
• Up to 16 Cameras (Cockpit Door/Cabin/Cargo)
• Up to 8 Alert Key Lines

EFB Servers 1 and 2 will host all EFB functions and applications, video surveillance and the Quick Access Digital Video Recorder. Both servers can operate independently but have the ability to be synchronized via the control panel. The fault isolation unit provides full redundancy and allows for continuous uninterrupted operation of the EFB system.
Applications
• Performance
• E-Documents
• E-Charts
• E-Maintenance
• Taxi positional awareness (airport moving map)
• Quick access digital video recording
• Cockpit door surveillance system
Benefits
• Provides flight critical electronic information at the fingertips of the pilots
• Reduces aircraft fuel consumption
• Reduces operating costs (such as aircraft maintenance)
• Increase payload
• Electronic airport moving maps enhances pilot runway and taxiway situational awareness which improves safety and reduces taxi time
• Integrated CDSS provide airlines with flight deck entry surveillance (expandable to include cabin monitoring and/or cargo loading/unloading surveillance)
• Integrated Quick Access Digital Video Recorder for recording function
• Replace paper documents in cockpit with digital electronic data
• Future EFB upgrades will support real time updates of time sensitive data such as in flight weather reporting, notice to airmen(NOTAM), and an onboard electronic checklist (for non-707 airplanes)
EFB Server
 
Power Supply 115VAC 400 Hz
Operating System Windows XP Professional
Processor Pentium M 2.0GHz
Memory Cache:512MB L2
RAM: DDR 200/266 DIMM 1.0 GB
Storage 1x160GB IDE 2.5" Hard Drive
1x 32GB Solid State  (Upgradeable to 64GB)
Input Device Touch Screen Control
Monitor Bezel Control Panel
Keyboard & Mouse hook-up
Data-Bus Interface ARINC 429 bus interface
I/O Interfaces 1 RJ-45 LAN Port
2 USB 2.0
Compliant 4pin connector
Wireless 802.11 b/g.
Video Capture Card Up to 16 channels
Graphic Processor Video controller card with shared 64mb VRAM
Quick Access DVR 60 frames/second
Upto 720 hours actual recording time
Individual or simultaneous
Recording of all cameras
Monitor: LED Backlit Display Feature
Active Screen Size 8.4′ or 10.4′ diagonal
Display Active Matrix TFT-LCD LED Backlit
Outline Dimensions 238.5(H) x 177.8(V) x 11.2(D)mm
Video NTSC Colored
Picture Resolution XGA 1024(H) x 768 (W)
Viewing Angle 80° vertical and horizontal
Viewing Orientation Portrait or Landscape
Control Touch Screen Control
Monitor Bezel Control
ISP In system programmable & upgradeable
Communications RS 232
Monitor Screen Sunlight readable with anti-reflective coatings
Input Voltage 12 VDC
Power Consumption 12 watts maximum
Input Connector Mil-C-24305 or Mil-C-26500
MTBF 50,000 hours
Certification RTCA-DO-160, FAR 25.773, 25.785, 25.1523 compliant