Hilton Software has released WingX Pro7 Version 6.9, which includes enhancements including SmartTaxi, Search And Rescue Grids and Search Patterns. The iPad app also supports the Dual XGPS170 Bluetooth ADS-B Receiver.
Dual Electronics is now shipping its new XGPS170 GPS + ADS-B Weather & Traffic Receiver for iPad, iPhone and Android devices to authorized resellers in the U.S. The receiver carries a suggested retail price of $799.
Satcom Direct has launched FlightDeck 360, a mobile application that enables customers to view real-time flight data and utilize datalink communications before and during a flight using an Internet connection and iPad.
Garmin has released its European VFR and IFR charts for the aera 795/796 aviation portable GPS, with VFR data sourced directly from Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS).
OLYMPIA, Wash. — Soloy Aviation Solutions is now a Cobham/S-TEC dealer.
WACO, Texas — Now available from FreeFlight Systems is its XPLORER receiver, a datalink weather receiver with upgradability to full ADS-B In weather and traffic data capabilities when installed with a certified ADS-B Out transmitter.
ROWLETT, Texas – NavWorx reports the successful installations of its Universal Access Transceiver (UAT) delivering the benefits of NextGen air transportation technology to general aviation aircraft. The company’s flagship product, the ADS600-B, is a single device that transmits and receives flight data and information services into the cockpit. The ADS600-B is designed to meet the FAA’s 2020 mandatory compliance requirements for ADS-B equipage.
The NexNav mini GPS WAAS Class Beta-1 is now available for the Trig TT31 transponder for a 2020 ADS-B mandate-ready solution. Trig Avionics recently gained the FAA Approved Model List (AML) of the Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) that incorporates the NexNav mini sensor line replaceable unit (LRU) as a qualified position source.
Dynon Avionics is now shipping the SV-ADSB-470 UAT Band Traffic and Weather Receiver for the SkyView system. This remotely mounted receiver module integrates with the SkyView system to provide access to weather and traffic information along with the detailed navigational information SkyView already provides, company officials said.
DENVER – The FAA and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) have activated new NextGen technology that will help pilots address inclement weather around Montrose Regional Airport (MTJ) in western Colorado.
The technology, known as Wide Area Multilateration (WAM), improves safety and efficiency by allowing air traffic controllers to track aircraft in mountainous areas that are outside radar coverage, FAA officials explain.