Sun ‘n Fun is now upon is! Seattle Avionics is in Booth C22 and our first (of three) presentations is scheduled for tomorrow (Wednesday) at 9:00 AM. And the first public demonstration of our Secret Project will be during the Thursday presentation (1 PM). If you’re in Lakeland, come and see us!
|Understanding the ICAO Flight Plan Form
|Emerging Aviation Technologies – Including Secret Project
|Advanced FlyQ EFB
All the talks are in the CFAA (Central Florida Aerospace Academy) building a little away from the rest of Sun ‘n Fun. Leave some time to walk there as it’s a bit of a hike.
Understanding the ICAO Flight Plan Form
Pilots are used to the FAA Flight Plan Form. It works fine and it’s easy. But it’s also going away, being replaced by the ICAO Flight Plan Form, an international standard. Unfortunately, the ICAO form was designed with international commercial aviation in mind so has equipment categories and options that will make your head spin. Luckily, unless you fly Boeing 757, you’ll never need to know what ADS-C with FANS 1/A Capabilities means. In this seminar, we’ll cover what you need to know and what you need to ignore.
Wednesday, April 5. 9:00 AM. CFAA building, Room 10.
Emerging Aviation Technologies & Demo of Secret Project
There is a lot of new tech coming along in aviation; ADS-B is just the beginning. We’ll explore 3D synthetic vision, drones, NexGen Airspace, augmented reality, voice recognition, machine learning, and more.
Oh .. and Steve Podradchik will demonstrate the Secret Project.
Thursday, April 6. 1:00 PM. CFAA building, Room 11.
Advanced FlyQ EFB
FlyQ EFB has emerged as one of the most popular iPad apps around, mostly due to its ease of use. But it has a lot of power, too. We’ll peel back the covers on some of its more advanced features and show how it integrates with FlyQ Online (PC and Mac) and FlyQ Pocket.
Friday, April 7. 9:00. CFAA building, Room 7.