Friday, November 22, 2013

Aviation Safety Management Software - Aircraft Weight & Balance

Aircraft Weight & Balance Software Best for Cargo & Commercial Carriers

There are many free aircraft weight and balance software apps on the market today. They have several limitations, including accuracy and platform dependency, such as Apple specific, Android, etc. NWDS, makers of the popular aviation safety management systems (SMS) software SMS Pro have developed a new device-agnostic aircraft weight & balance software application called Perfect Balance v2.

All modern devices that support HTML5 can use this aviation safety software, including:

  • IPhone;
  • IPad;
  • Android;
  • Blackberry;
  • Windows Browsers (after IE 8);
  • Chrome;
  • Firefox;
  • Safari.

More information about Perfect Balance's aircraft weight & balance software can be found at: http://www.weightbalanceaircraftsoftware.com

Aircraft Weight & Balance Software Video




For more information on SMS Pro, visit this aviation safety management software (SMS) software website.



About NWDS - founded in 2003 by six software engineers, NorthWest Data Solutions (NWDS) provides custom computer programming and systems design services. NWDS creates many types of software, including e-commerce, financial, defense, engineering, logistics, aviation and more. In 2007, NWDS developed SMS Pro™ a web based SMS application that supports an organization's overall SMS through safety reporting, safety documentation, safety risk management and safety assurance. SMS Pro™ is currently used by aviation organizations in the U.S., Canada, Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East to help manage their SMS programs. NWDS continues to support SMS Pro™ and add new functionality. NWDS offers custom contract programming services in the U.S. and Canada and is managed by Chris Howell, one of the founders. Their headquarters is in Anchorage, Alaska. For information on NWDS visit their website at www.nwds-ak.com and www.asms-pro.com to learn more about SMS Pro™.

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