The software is installed in a laptop that connects to Flight Display Systems Select CMS system. As long as a Wi-Fi or 3G connection is available, a support crew in Atlanta can access the software and troubleshoot the CMS system while in flight. The software also enables the support staff on the ground to control objects in the cabin such as lighting switches and window shades. They can even flush the toilet, according to David Gray, President of Flight Display Systems. But novelties aside, the system should help operators minimize maintenance downtime since the troubleshooting can be done in the air.