The other one

Was trying to find the other hand held GPS that was discussed a few weeks ago. Looked in the archives but couldn’t find the post. Someone was comparing it to the Garmin 295 and they had a link to the web site in the post.

Thanks

Craig T.

Was trying to find the other hand held GPS that was discussed a few weeks ago. Looked in the archives but couldn’t find the post. Someone was comparing it to the Garmin 295 and they had a link to the web site in the post.

Thanks

Craig T.

Craig, are you looking for theese ?

Wilfried

(1) portable redundancies - Placido (Sat Mar 31 13:33:02 2001)

I just came across this company’s product and find it amazing and “cheap” compared to what is available today. Have a look at it and give me your thoughts please.

Cheers,
Placido

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(2) Re:nextrad - George Savage (Fri Apr 6 00:51:59 2001)

AnywhereMap software is written by Control Vision. Their web-site is www.controlvision.com
The company also makes a very nice looking simulator console & rudder assembly that can beef-up the IFR-practice-at-home experience. It’s pricey (~$1700) but would be useful for practicing approaches before a trip.
Try as I do, the Sidewinder joystick just doesn’t feel real enough to do me much good.

George

What is the web site for the Anywhere Map Forum?

This is an excerpt from a post I found on the forum of this new “Anywheremap” device I brought up a few days ago. The author of this post is a technical support guy from the company itself. They have a very active forum where both customers and company programmers interact. (CD are you listening?)

Here it goes…
…FYI – This week I tried a TOTALLY AMAZING datalink receiver
that plugged into the ipaq and let me download live radar from
the internet – works in an airplane, anywhere in the world.
It’s here, it’s now, and it’s quite reasonably priced. Looks
like nextrad overlay may be closer than we all thought!

Looks like these guys will bring live weather earlier than ARNAV and at a much lower cost.

Cheers,
Placido

(2) Re:nextrad - Placido (Fri Apr 6 03:16:29 2001)

Jim,
The website is www.anywheremap.com. There you will find everything concerning this particular product. www.controlvision.com is the website for the company with all its product offerings and specs.

This whole thing is very intriguing to me as the product evolves very regularly and it seems there is a lot of new stuff coming out very soon. Most of the enhancements come from suggestions the users post on this forum.

Have a look at it. They are very active.

Cheers,
Placido

What is the web site for the Anywhere Map Forum?

This is an excerpt from a post I found on the forum of this new “Anywheremap” device I brought up a few days ago. The author of this post is a technical support guy from the company itself. They have a very active forum where both customers and company programmers interact. (CD are you listening?)

Here it goes…
…FYI – This week I tried a TOTALLY AMAZING datalink receiver
that plugged into the ipaq and let me download live radar from
the internet – works in an airplane, anywhere in the world.
It’s here, it’s now, and it’s quite reasonably priced. Looks
like nextrad overlay may be closer than we all thought!

Looks like these guys will bring live weather earlier than ARNAV and at a much lower cost.

Cheers,
Placido

(1) nextrad - Placido (Thu Apr 5 17:44:14 2001)

This is an excerpt from a post I found on the forum of this new “Anywheremap” device I brought up a few days ago. The author of this post is a technical support guy from the company itself. They have a very active forum where both customers and company programmers interact. (CD are you listening?)

Here it goes…
…FYI – This week I tried a TOTALLY AMAZING datalink receiver
that plugged into the ipaq and let me download live radar from
the internet – works in an airplane, anywhere in the world.
It’s here, it’s now, and it’s quite reasonably priced. Looks
like nextrad overlay may be closer than we all thought!

Looks like these guys will bring live weather earlier than ARNAV and at a much lower cost.

Cheers,
Placido
(1) I’ll ask again - Placido (Mon Apr 2 11:30:47 2001)

A couple of days ago I posted this link

http://www.anywheremap.com/anywhere/

but have not received any answers. Does anybody know or use this product? If not, what do more experienced pilots think about it after having read the spec sheet, pricing etc.?

Unfortunately, the eastern database (europe, asia…) is not as complete as the western, (the americas). Apparentely, it will take another 4-6 months to catch up with you guys.

I’d appreciate some opinions on what I think is a very interesting piece of technology and WAY cheaper than anything else available today.

Cheers,

Placido
(1) Re:nextrad - Jim DeVries (Fri Apr 6 00:14:10 2001)

What is the web site for the Anywhere Map Forum?

This is an excerpt from a post I found on the forum of this new “Anywheremap” device I brought up a few days ago. The author of this post is a technical support guy from the company itself. They have a very active forum where both customers and company programmers interact. (CD are you listening?)

Here it goes…
…FYI – This week I tried a TOTALLY AMAZING datalink receiver
that plugged into the ipaq and let me download live radar from
the internet – works in an airplane, anywhere in the world.
It’s here, it’s now, and it’s quite reasonably priced. Looks
like nextrad overlay may be closer than we all thought!

Looks like these guys will bring live weather earlier than ARNAV and at a much lower cost.

Cheers,
Placido

(1) Re:nextrad - hanyecz (Thu Apr 5 22:50:44 2001)

what is the web address Placido?
Thanks, Michael>This is an excerpt from a post I found on the forum of this new “Anywheremap” device I brought up a few days ago. The author of this post is a technical support guy from the company itself. They have a very active forum where both customers and company programmers interact. (CD are you listening?)

Here it goes…
…FYI – This week I tried a TOTALLY AMAZING datalink receiver
that plugged into the ipaq and let me download live radar from
the internet – works in an airplane, anywhere in the world.
It’s here, it’s now, and it’s quite reasonably priced. Looks
like nextrad overlay may be closer than we all thought!

Looks like these guys will bring live weather earlier than ARNAV and at a much lower cost.

Cheers,
Placido

(1) Re:I’ll ask again - Woor (Mon Apr 2 23:05:02 2001)

Hello Placido,

Yes, I have it and I use it on a Casio E-125. It is a great piece of information all contained in a small PDA. I normally fly a small biz jet that only has a small moving map King 9000, the Anywhere software is much better. I would recommend it. I use a Garmin Pilot III as the GPS. If you have any more questions, drop me an email. Have a great Cirrus day.

Woor

A couple of days ago I posted this link

http://www.anywheremap.com/anywhere/

but have not received any answers. Does anybody know or use this product? If not, what do more experienced pilots think about it after having read the spec sheet, pricing etc.?

Unfortunately, the eastern database (europe, asia…) is not as complete as the western, (the americas). Apparentely, it will take another 4-6 months to catch up with you guys.

I’d appreciate some opinions on what I think is a very interesting piece of technology and WAY cheaper than anything else available today.

Cheers,

Placido

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Craig, are you looking for theese ?

Wilfried

(1) portable redundancies - Placido (Sat Mar 31 13:33:02 2001)

I just came across this company’s product and find it amazing and “cheap” compared to what is available today. Have a look at it and give me your thoughts please.

www.anywheremap.com

Yep, that was it. thanks for your help. It’s nice to have a site with many helpful people that is packed with some pretty good info. (excuse the grammar)

Craig T.

You’re welcome

Wilfried