Aircraft Rainfall Radar
by: Xenix Systems • 0
Aircraft Rainfall Radar is a rain detector radar on your wing, using only your phone!
Aircraft Rainfall Radar provides a constantly updating picture of the rainfall in front of your aircraft in flight, using a live link to the National Weather Service rainfall radar systems and your device's GPS.
Switch between 50nm, 100nm and 200nm ranges, as well as a regional picture.
For light aircraft and ultralights which would benefit from a Weather Avoidance Radar System, but have not got round to fitting one!
Aircraft Rainfall Radar works with Android phones and tablets.
- Only for use in the continental US.
- Device must have a GPS and a phone data connection in flight.
There is a delay between the rainfall radar data capture and its availability, due to processing and quality control. This delay is constantly displayed in the top right hand corner of the screen and is normally between 10 and 20mins. An animation function uses data from the past hour to enable the pilot to compensate for the delay.
Aircraft Rainfall Radar has been test flown using a P&M GT450 flexwing trike.
The use of the Aircraft Rainfall Radar application is at your sole discretion and risk and the application is provided 'as is' and 'as available' without warranty of any kind.
The Aircraft Rainfall Radar application is provided for information only and is not suitable for aircraft navigation or any other activities in which the failure of the application could lead to death, personal injury, or severe physical or environmental damage.