Wired Magazine Covers our Synthetic Vision System

July 27th, 2011

Today, Wired Magazine featured our synthetic vision system on its Autopia Road to The Future site. The article is entitled “iPad App Gives Pilots Cheap Synthetic Vision“. You can read it here.

From the article:

OSHKOSH, Wisconsin – The iPad has been a huge hit with pilots who use it for everything from flight planning to navigation. Now synthetic vision can be added to the list of capabilities available to pilots using the device in the cockpit.

Synthetic vision has been around for a few years, using glass panel cockpit displays costing tens of thousands of dollars. The technology renders a three-dimensional digital representation of what a pilot sees out the window. It looks similar to a flight simulator. Everything from mountains to buildings can be shown, providing pilots with a picture of their surroundings at night or when flying in the clouds.

BA3, LLC is happy to have our technology show-cased on Wired Magazine and we’re excited to be bringing innovation like this to the iPad. Affordable technology that can help bring better situational awareness to all pilots is something we’re proud of.


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