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Niborex Portable Electronic CoPilot for the Pocket PC w/ CD 1.6.0.2602

Niborex Portable Electronic CoPilot for the Pocket PC w/ CD 1.6.0.2602

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Niborex Portable Electronic CoPilot for the Pocket PC w/ CD Publisher's Description

You should never have to fly without a CoPilot!Create, organize, and view all the information necessary for a safe and successful flight.
  • Assist's the Pilot from Pre-flight to Shutdown
  • Operation is Based Upon a Fully User-Customizable "Talking" Organizer
  • Easy to Use Desktop Interface for Creating Data
  • Pilot Defined "Talking" Checklists
  • Text Files for Critical Reference Information
  • A Place for Real-Time Information
  • Graphic Images for Data at a Glance
  • Multimedia files for Quick Access to Educational References
  • HTML Applets for Unlimited Customization
  • A Flight Timer that Just Might Save Your Life
  • AOPA Flight Planner Interface for Easy Weather Access
All for Only $49.95!

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Pilot Defined "Talking" Checklists

With the Portable Electronic CoPilot, checklists can be easily created and modified to fit the way you work best. Any type of aircraft or configuration can be supported. Items cannot be overlooked due to inadvertently skipping an item on the paper checklist. Your safety and the safety of others is greatly improved.

Each item presented is announced audibly. The pilot can then check, defer, skip, or fail an item. Once all items have been acknowledged, the pilot can then advance to the next checklist if desired.

Checklists can be created with as many sub-checklists as required. Items can also be made optional so as not to interfere with the flow of a checklist.

Text Files for Critical Reference Information

Often times it is desirable to have various pieces of textual information at your fingertips. Now you can bring along any text item and access it at the touch of a button.

The screenshot at the right represents the format of an FAA Flight Plan. Other items such as NOTAMS, Vrefs, frequency lists, etc. can all be stored on the device.

A Place for Real-Time Information

Recording information during a flight is crucial. Whether it is an ATIS or an IFR clearance, you need a place to record it. The notes feature of the Niborex Portable Electronic CoPilot allows two methods of capturing information. In Pen mode, the pilot can use the application like a piece of paper. Just write on the screen as needed. In keyboard mode, the pilot can use the traditional data entry methods to record their data. As information is entered, the note pad grows to accommodate the length. The result is a semi-permanent record of key items during a flight.

Graphic Images for Data at a Glance

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Why not have them along for your flight as well? Images such as weather data, runway diagrams, quick references, etc. are at your fingertips.

Items are initially displayed in a size that fits within the bounds of the normal screen layout. However, often times the information is too small to read. To solve this problem, the image may be zoomed in or out as desired. Once the image has been zoomed, the pilot can move the image around the screen with just a finger. If more space is required, the image can be made to appear in full screen mode.

On the right is an example of the ATC light gun signals.

Multimedia files for Quick Access to Educational References

Ever wished you had that clip from your training video for review? You can now bring it along with you. What about a few songs for entertainment during the flight? Attach them to your package file for access at your leisure.

HTML Applets for Unlimited Customization

While the functionality of the base product is substantial, more features are always desired. With the HTML Applet customization feature, the program can be easily extended using JavaScript, VBScript, or plain HTML. Functionality is now limited only by your imagination (and programming skills).

On the right is an example of a typical E6-B type calculation. This particular example calculates the time required to cover a particular distance while traveling at a given speed. It is written entirely in HTML/JavaScript. Many such examples are available on the Web. All you need to do is copy the source into a file and add it to your package definition.

As this product becomes more popular, the availability of HTML Applets developed by other pilots will increase. Niborex intends to fully support the aviation community in both developing and serving as central repository for these development efforts. If you have an idea for an applet but do not have the ability to create it, let us know. We are always looking for good ideas.

A Flight Timer that Just Might Save Your Life

The workload for single pilot operation can be overwhelming. It is very easy to overlook simple tasks that can ultimately lead to disaster. For example, forgetting to switch fuel tanks while in flight. Fuel starvation incidents can be deadly. The Portable Electronic CoPilot can now remind you to change fuel tanks, check engine parameters, and even alert you to a possible low fuel situation. Every message is custom defined by the pilot and can be scheduled to occur at a designated interval, after a specific length of time in flight, or even the time of day.

Along with the flight timer, the current time is displayed. You may change the time zone as needed to view the representation of your current time in areas of the world.

AOPA Flight Planner Interface for Easy Weather Access

AOPA has a great free product for its members, the AOPA Flight Planner (developed by Jeppesen). This product allows a pilot to create a detailed flight plan for a given flight. In addition, it has built in access to various weather reporting agencies.

With the press of a single button, all AOPA Flight Planner weather information will be imported. This includes all graphic images, text weather, NOTAMS, TFRs, etc. Now general aviation pilots without expensive weather computers can see in flight all the information upon which they based their flight plans.

To the right is one example of imported information.

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