Wed, Jan 18, 2012
Existing Subscribers Will Get Free One-Time Upgrade
Aspen Avionics announced Tuesday the availability of a new
terrain database from Jeppesen for Aspen’s Evolution Flight
Display product line. This new database improves the resolution of
the terrain data used in the Evolution System and offers an
improved customer experience for the Evolution MFD, notably in
markets outside of the United States.
In addition, this database resolves some limitations experienced
by some Evolution Synthetic Vision (ESV) customers, and expands the
ESV operation area beyond the borders of the continental United
States to provide full worldwide ESV coverage.
The one-time terrain database upgrade is free for Aspen
customers with active Jeppesen data subscriptions and will
automatically appear in their Jeppesen Service Update Manager
(JSUM) account beginning January 16, 2012. A customer memo has been
sent to all registered Aspen customers and dealers with details on
how to access the updated terrain file.
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