Dynon releases SkyView software version 13.0

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Dynon releases SkyView software version 13.0

Postby Wm.Ince » Wed Aug 05, 2015 12:40 am

Dynon Avionics is excited to announce that SkyView software 13.0 software is now available for download (edit - will be available Wed AM due to a small bug we found). As always, a full list of changes is available, as well as always up-to-date documentation.

SkyView 13.0 System Software debuts support for additional languages in SkyView. German and French language packs that transform SkyView’s on-screen interface will be free downloads from the Dynon website. SkyView 13.0 also brings support for additional en-route charts for customers outside of the US. At release, partners offering charts include PocketFMS (Europe), OzRunways (Australia / New Zealand) and AvPlan EFB (Australia / New Zealand). SkyView’s synthetic vision adds predictive terrain alerts that dynamically shade terrain in yellow or red based on the aircraft’s projected flight path.

And pilots who fly behind the Rotax 912 iS powerplant gain useful new information, including throttle position, cold start assistance, and Eco/Power mode indications.
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Re: Dynon releases SkyView software version 13.0

Postby drseti » Thu Aug 06, 2015 6:49 pm

Thanks, Bill. Will go download it shortly.
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