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Thu, Jan 19, 2012

WingX Pro7 Version 6.1 Adds Support For iPhone, Zaon Traffic, AvConnect

Integrates Seattle Avionics' Auto-Router Route Planning Capability

Hilton Software LLC announces WingX Pro7 support for iPhone including its 3D Synthetic Vision and optional AHRS integration. Enhancements to WingX Pro7 Synthetic Vision include new pinch-to-zoom and swipe-to-pitch capabilities that provide a pilot with look-around ability and a new Birds Eye View mode enabling pilots to get an expansive 3D terrain view. WingX Pro7 Version 6.1 also adds support for Zaon Traffic integration, the ability to view flights in Google Earth and logbook support with AvConnect. Version 6.1 seamlessly integrates Seattle Avionics’ award-winning auto-router for fast and powerful route planning.

“The aviation industry was amazed when we introduced our advanced 3D Synthetic Vision at EAA Airventure on iPad," said Hilton software CEO Dr. Hilton Goldstein. "As an illustration of its incredible performance and flexibility, our 3D Synthetic Vision is now available on iPhone and is even more powerful now with the new pinch-to-zoom, swipe-to-pitch, and Birds Eye View enhancements. Now you really don’t need a $3,000 dedicated hardware device for 3D Synthetic Vision, just your cell phone. With the optional AHRS unit from Levil Technology a pilot’s iPhone is transformed into a real-time Attitude Indicator with 3D Synthetic Vision – a perfect fit for the light sport market. Our advanced multi-platform design enables pilots to view in-flight weather simultaneously on their iPhone and iPad using an ADS-B receiver. WingX Pro7 can now plan your flights on the iPad using Seattle Avionics auto-routing engine. After landing, you can review the entire flight in Google Earth and wirelessly add the flight information to your online AvConnect logbook. Another 20 new features were added to Version 6.1, all are included in the WingX Pro7 30-day free trial. Our increasingly powerful framework and compression algorithms enable WingX Pro7 to move enormous amounts of data. At this point we’re only limited by our imagination.”

“WingX Pro7 has always been an indispensable tool for pilots,” said Steve Podradchik, CEO of Seattle Avionics. “Now Hilton Software raises the bar again by enabling pilots to plan flights using WebPlan, our award-winning, wind-optimized auto-routing engine all from within WingX Pro7.”

Erik Murrey, CEO of AvConnect, stated, "Hilton’s ability to partner with innovative companies like AvConnect sets a new standard in the industry for what’s possible from the cockpit. Our integration with WingX Pro7 gives customers the easiest and most reliable way to store every flight record. Pilots’ logbooks and maintenance times are instantly updated. Our Google Earth flight maps are an invaluable tool for training and flight history.”

Availability WingX Pro7 Version 6.1 is a free update for registered users and is available now for download from the App Store and iTunes. Synthetic Vision requires a separate $99 annual subscription. See company website for a complete feature list by platform.

FMI: www.hiltonsoftware.com

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