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U.S. Air Force: 18000 iPad for 50 million dollars savings

The U.S. Air Force dematerialized documentation of planes, and provides iPad to aircrew allowing him to make 50 million dollars in savings over a period of 10 years.

The U.S. Air Force has decided to go the way of digital and iPad provide volume to his troops: 16000 to staff AMC (Air Mobility Command) and 2000 other devices allocated to other services American aviation. The purchase cost of digital tablets (the iPad WiFi 32GB 3rd generation) is estimated at 9,4 million dollars.
The U.S. Air Force dematerialized documentation of planes, and provides iPad to aircrew allowing him to make 50 million dollars in savings over a period of 10 years.

Tablets will mostly make big savings: USAF talking about 50 million dollars over 10 years. However, it is the drivers that will be relieved. The army said that on average, each person in the crew sailed 13 and 18kg of documentation. The paper will not be completely removed (at least initially), but its use reduced by 70%.

The U.S. Air Force dematerialized documentation of planes, and provides iPad to aircrew allowing him to make 50 million dollars in savings over a period of 10 years
This weight savings, in fact, will also allow the aircraft to save on kerosene about 750 000 dollars per year.
U.S. Air Force: 18000 iPad for 50 million dollars savings U.S. Air Force: 18000 iPad for 50 million dollars savings مراجعة من قبل Steven Raiss في 5:17 PM تصنيف: 5