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Crew Rest Optimizer is a comprehensive application to calculate pilot rest breaks and help crews optimize break and work schedules. • Multi break patterns and options are available with just one tap. • Only four entries are needed to generate a break schedule. • Changes to any input automatically updates the break schedule. • Break schedules can be viewed in both a compact textual format and two expanded graphical displays (break & work). • The graphical displays provide Window of Circadian Low (WOCL) and on duty time information for each pilot. Use this information to determine an optimum break schedule with the highest quality of rest and lowest on duty fatigue. Key features Flights (break schedules) • Save flights • Create a return flight or add the next flight with a swipe • Customize Pilot information (Name, WOCL rest time zone, assigned break) • Multi break options (LLSS, LSSL, SLLS, SSLL, SLS, Equal) • Share PDF of graphical break and work schedules (Email, Airport, etc.) Airports • Built in extensive list of international airports with time zone • Add your own airports • Save airports as a Favorite Reference • Guide to understanding the science behind inflight rest and fatigue Help • Help on using the application and features with graphics to grasp the concept quickly Settings • Customize the program to the way you use it
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For me this app is the Windows version of a crew rest app. It’s not intuitive. It’s hard to read. It’s not obvious. First you’ve got to add all your favorite airports. Then you should set up the possible city pairs so it’s easy to program the breaks and get all your FAR 117 rules covered. Already it’s cumbersome. The best apps automatically use UTC time. This doesn’t. Ultimately here’s the issue. I don’t want an excel spreadsheet. I want easy to fill boxes with large enough font to read. No one likes FAR 117. I don’t need to see all my sleep cycles. I’ve got a 9:43 minute flight. I just want a break schedule. My flight is 14:53, just give me some simple options. But this app is too much stuff, too small and too hard to find numbers. I appreciate the effort. But the reason the first iPod became so popular was because it was so simple. I tried to get other crews to use this app. In nearly every case I was greater with glassy eyed pilots saying, yeah but this other one is easier. In fact most would do it manually rather than use this. In general we pilots want the KISS principle. This app missed the plot.
Some effort was put into this app but the data entry is too complicated. The key pieces of information are number of flight crew, out/on time, and perhaps time back to the flight deck. In the apps I use for rest calculations I just enter a start and end time and number of crew. Also, typing the numbers in via keyboard would be preferable to the dialing method.
Very advanced Crew Rest app. Share and enjoy.
Developed by SPR Technical Services LLC.
Rest Break Optimizer is ranking in Utilities & Travel
Last update was at Noneand the current version is 1.4.
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Rest Break Optimizer have a 5a user reviews.
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