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NASA Developing Tablet-Based App for Alaska Pilots
May 7, 2013

Photo of an iPad running TAIGA in the cockpit of an aircraft.
TAIGA running on an iPad

Joseph Rios and Parimal Kopardekar were interviewed by the Associated Press to discuss Traffic and Atmospheric Information for General Aviation (TAIGA), a tablet-based system that will help pilots fly in Alaska's challenging weather and terrain. The full article is available from the San Francisco Chronicle:
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