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Resources: Technology

Technology is an ever-evolving resource for business aviation. Here are just some of the resources NBAA offers members to help them stay on top of developments in technology and learn how to safely apply new technologies to their businesses.

Communications, Navigation & Surveillance

As new technologies have been developed, operators have made the necessary investments to incorporate required equipment into their aircraft. Learn about onboard technology such as ADS-B, RVSM, TCAS, ELTs, CVRs, FDRs and performance-based navigation.
nbaa.org/cns

Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) have many applications in business aviation. Read the latest from NBAA on UAS safety, technology and integration into the National Airspace System.
nbaa.org/uas

Sustainable Aviation Fuels

Learn about sustainable aviation fuels, which are designed to be efficient, “drop-in” renewable-source alternatives to petroleum-based Jet A.
nbaa.org/biofuel

NBAA GO Virtual Conference Sessions

With the COVID-19 pandemic limiting travel, NBAA has created “virtual conferences” under the NBAA GO banner to provide the same valuable information as is typically presented at NBAA events. The 2020 International Operators Conference (IOC2020) and 2020 Maintenance Conference sessions cover topics such as connectivity, avionics updates and more.
nbaa.org/go

Air Mail

Air Mail is NBAA’s social network for members to ask and answer questions about all aspects of business aviation in a private, members-only forum.
nbaa.org/airmail

COVID-19 Risk Mitigation

This guide, developed by NBAA’s Business Aviation Management Committee (BAMC), outlines best practices operators should consider while developing protocols for flying during the ongoing pandemic.
nbaa.org/covid-19

Digital Engagement Tips

This resource highlights some of the most valuable tools you should consider while developing your organization’s strategy to increase online engagement.
nbaa.org/digital-engagement

By the Numbers: Top Cities Where eVTOLs Might Thrive

As is the case for helicopters, electric-powered vertical takeoff and landing aircraft (eVTOLs) need landing sites in metro areas in order to realize the promise of urban air mobility. Here is a list of the top 10 cities worldwide that have the existing ground infrastructure to accommodate these new-technology aircraft.

SOURCE: NEXA Advisors study “Business Aviation Embraces Electric Flight – How Urban Air Mobility Creates Enterprise Value,” October 2019

NBAA Creates COVID-19 Coronavirus Resource

NBAA has created an online resource that offers COVID-19 guidance and best practices from medical specialists, operational authorities and other experts, including information on:

Disinfection

NBAA has condensed Centers for Disease Control guidance into an easy-to-use aircraft-cleaning resource.

Risk Mitigation

The Business Aviation Management Committee has developed best practices for flying during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Key CARES Act Provisions for General Aviation

Learn about the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provisions that pertain to business aviation companies.

COVID-19 Point of Impact

How is business aviation dealing with the challenges presented by the pandemic, while protecting employees, customers and the businesses themselves?

Business Aviation Lends a Hand

Read about how the industry is giving back during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Impact of the Coronavirus on NBAA Events

Learn more about the steps NBAA takes to ensure the well-being of attendees at association events.

nbaa.org/coronavirus