We at GEGO are permanently looking out for the latest security updates from all the different organisms that regulate air travel, such as IATA, FAA, TSA, EASA, etc.
GEGO GPS uses a 9.62 Watt-hour (2600 mAh) battery, which is way below the maximum threshold that regulators require*.
*The maximum battery size for a PED (personal electronic device) on a flight is 100 Watt-hour.
Also, GEGO GPS has a patented Triaxial Accelerometer that was engineered to turn off the device when in flight, turning back on once the plane comes to a full stop. With this feature, GEGO GPS ensures that there is no risk of interference with the aircraft's avionics system, making it safe and reliable to be used during flights.