SiriusXM And WSI releases Wireless Weather For iPad
SiriusXM Aviation has released a new 699 dollar SXAR1 portable weather broadcaster and entertainment receiver that is capable of wirelessly streaming WSI weather data to the Apple iPad. This eliminates the ened of having a portable GPS and separate display.
WSI makes use of its own weather data and in case you do not know Pilotbrief Optima for iPad was born from WSI’s desktop programs, which are used for commercial flight planning.
The SiriusXM is about the size of a thick smartphone that has about seven hours of battery life. To use it, you must install Pilotbrief app on your iPad. It has three independent connectivity modes—Internet (or 3G/4G data), the SXAR1 receiver or ADS-B (through the Dual Electronics XGPS170 portable ADS-B receiver).
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