RB Logbook has been on the market since February 2020. After its highly anticipated release, during the Pilot Expo 2020, a lot of development effort has been put in by RB Group to continuously improve the logbook. As of November 2020, RB Logbook has reached the level where it defines the standard for digital pilot […]
At RB Group we have a special place in the ecosystem of the Dutch Innovation Factory. With students from various universities, we have done some amazing projects over the years. This month this was recognized in a very special way by the University when RB Group intern Hugo Vink graduated with the highest possible grade: […]
It was unthinkable only a few months ago, but airline pilots around the globe find themselves on furlough unsure about their futures, or already without a job. While markets recover, preparing your CV in case you’ll need to do a job interview makes sense. RB Logbook’s new 1.7.0 version has useful free flight experience reports […]
Would it be possible to snap a photo of your ACARS (OOOI) display in the cockpit of the airplane, and then have your times magically populate your logbook? This is the question that RB Group has asked itself and more specifically Tuan-Anh Nguyen from Avans University.
RB Logbook’s version 1.4.0 was released April 7th. It has a unique improvement in the Fly Now feature. It is so cool, that we just couldn’t resist sharing with you: we now automatically detect aircraft takeoff and landing!
As airplanes are grounded everywhere due to the global pandemic, RB Group in the midst of the crisis. But we stand firm and are in close contact with crews everywhere, that are now at home. Using RosterBuster to stay connected, while waiting for air travel to pick up again. We are monitoring the situation closely.
Still using a paper logbook but wanting to move to the digital age? RB Logbook launches a unique service ‘Paper Logbook Import’. Because of COVID-19 unemployment, we have decided to employ hundreds of people that will type in your entire flight history into RB Logbook.
This year, the Dutch Innovation Factory was an official location for The Global Game Jame 2020. Two RB Group teams participated in this highly anticipated Game Jam, to create a game in 48 hours.
Students from the The Hague University have assisted RB in strengthening its Machine Learning models. They specifically focused on the question how patterns in the large dataset about duties, crew and communication could be explored in an anonymous way, without needing access to sensitive information.