Avidyne Corporation has announced that Adventure Pilot has updated its iFLY EFB (Electronic Flight Bag) App to version12.2, providing full compatibility with Avidyne’s IFD-Series FMS/GPS/ NAV/COMs.
The iFly EFB App allows pilots to easily share flight plans to and from the Avidyne IFD navigators directly from their iOS or Android portable devices, streamlining the flight preparation process for pilots, and ensuring data consistency between avionics systems. In addition, WAAS GPS, ADS-B, and AHRS data streams automatically from the Avidyne system, and seamlessly enhances the situational awareness and capabilities of the iFly EFB app.
“This partnership between iFly and Avidyne is a testament to our commitment to delivering exceptional user experiences for our mutual customers, and a step forward in fostering greater harmony between avionics systems,” said Mike Salmon, Technical Marketing Manager at Avidyne. “The ability to integrate with another fantastic EFB solution like iFly EFB enhances the freedom of choice that Avidyne pilots are used to.”
“iFly EFB 12.2 represents a significant milestone for iFly as we continue to prioritize safety and innovation in the aviation industry,” said Juanita Boyd, VP of Operations for Adventure Pilot.
iFly EFB 12.2 is now available for download on the App Store and the Google Play Store. A brief tutorial video on connecting to the IFD is available on YouTube at: https://youtu.be/4BSNB8ebP9M.
In addition to the iFly EFB, Avidyne IFDs are also compatible with other third-party apps, including Foreflight®, AvPlan, Cloud Ahoy, SkyDemon, Oz Runways, and Avidyne’s own IFD100 App.
Adventure Pilot (www.iFlyEFB.com)
Avidyne Corporation (www.avidyne.com)