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10 Things every iPad pilot should know

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Join the editors of iPad Pilot News to learn a good mix of beginner and advanced tips, this fast-moving seminar covers a lot of ground. From legal considerations and iPad battery best practices to hidden features in apps (and some cool apps you may not know) there’s something for everyone here.

Originally presented at the 2016 EAA AirVenture Oshkosh.

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10 Things every iPad pilot should know

  1. 1. Bret Koebbe Sporty’s Pilot Shop 10 Things Every iPad Pilot Should Know Techniques, apps & accessories
  2. 2. Bret Koebbe • Editor iPad Pilot News • ATP / CFI / Vice President Sporty’s Academy • App / Video Producer Sporty’s Pilot Shop 10 Things Every iPad Pilot Should Know
  3. 3. iPad recurrent training Legalities, preflight What’s new for 2016 iOS updates, new app features Hardware innovations Connected panel, mounts, ADS-B iPad power user ForeFlight tips, gotchas, hidden features 10 Things Every iPad Pilot Should Know
  4. 4. ipadpilotnews.com Additional resources Sit back, relax and learn! •  How-to articles •  iPad Tips & News •  iPad Newsletter
  5. 5. 1 1. Yes, you are legal…
  6. 6. More people are flying with current charts today than ever before FAR Part 91 VFR & IFR Yes, the iPad is legal in the cockpit
  7. 7. Charts & Data Aviation App Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) FAR Part 91 VFR & IFR Yes, the iPad is legal in the cockpit
  8. 8. FAR 91.21 & AC 91-21-1C Portable Electronic Devices FAR Part 91 VFR & IFR Yes, the iPad is legal in the cockpit
  9. 9. Advisory Circular 91-78 Applies to part 91 GA piston ops Advisory Circular 120-76C Applies to part 91F turbojet ops and commercial operators (121 & 135) FAR Part 91 VFR & IFR Yes, the iPad is legal in the cockpit
  10. 10. Advisory Circular 91-78 - Class 1 Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) - Functional equivalent of paper reference material (apps like ForeFlight, Garmin & WingX) - Backup Source recommended, not required (Paper or a 2nd EFB) - Does not cause electronic interference (FAR 91.21 reference) - Use first during an evaluation period with paper available FAR Part 91 VFR & IFR Yes, the iPad is legal in the cockpit
  11. 11. 2 2. How to care for your iPad battery
  12. 12. Battery Life How to care for your iPad battery • Integrated LiPo battery • No “memory effects” • 80% capacity after 1000 charge cycles • Adversely affected by heat
  13. 13. Battery Life Normal Use 10+ Hours How to care for your iPad battery Aviation Use (GPS) 4 – 6 Hours
  14. 14. iPad Air or Pro 2 Amp (2.1 – 2.4) Use the correct charger How to care for your iPad battery iPad Mini, iPhone 1 Amp You won’t damage a device by using the other’s charger
  15. 15. Charging best practices How to care for your iPad battery • OK to leave iPad always on the charger at home or at the airport • Plan on it taking 4 - 6 hours to charge • Perform a complete charge cycle every few months • iPad battery % may still go down when using and charging at same time
  16. 16. Get more out of your battery How to care for your iPad battery • Lower screen brightness • Turn off unused wireless features (bluetooth, wifi, etc.) • Maintain optimum temperature • Keep your iOS up to date*
  17. 17. Charge your iPad multiple times Meets 2.4a charging spec Backup power options How to care for your iPad battery
  18. 18. See what is using battery on your iPad Settings > Battery How to care for your iPad battery
  19. 19. 3 3. What’s New – 2016 Update
  20. 20. What’s New with the iPad New Features in iOS 9
  21. 21. Split-view Multitasking (iPad Air 2 and Pro only) What’s New with the iPad New Features in iOS 9 Slide-over Multitasking
  22. 22. What’s New with the iPad New Features in iOS 9 New option to Disconnect Bluetooth devices
  23. 23. Search the Settings App What’s New with the iPad New Features in iOS 9
  24. 24. What’s New with the iPad New hardware Image courtesy of Jason Miller, ForeFlight iPad Mini 4 -  First substantial upgrade to the Mini in several years -  Same performance as iPad Air 2 -  Anti-reflective screen coating
  25. 25. What’s New with the iPad New hardware 10” iPad Pro - Successor to the iPad Air 2 -  Upgraded processor -  Excellent sunlight readability 13” iPad Pro -  Too big for most cockpits -  Very few mounts available
  26. 26. What’s New with the iPad New hardware Image courtesy of Jason Miller, ForeFlight
  27. 27. What’s New with the iPad Apple Pencil Apple Pencil -  Works with iPad Pro (9.7” & 12.9”) -  First writing tool designed for iPad -  Jot down clearances or notes on charts
  28. 28. Apple Watch What’s New Apple Watch -  Works with iPhone only -  Useful for checking weather on the ground -  Slow processor, clunky to use in the airplane
  29. 29. ForeFlight What’s New -  Logbook enhancements -  All-new map engine -  More weather products
  30. 30. Garmin Pilot What’s New -  Jepp approach plates -  Wireless database updates -  Glide range rings
  31. 31. WingX What’s New -  Stadium TFRs -  FBO locations on airport diagrams -  AOPA Flight Planner integration
  32. 32. 4 4. How to preflight your iPad
  33. 33. Required part of every flight iPad Preflight
  34. 34. Start every flight with battery at 100% Preflight – Charge the Battery
  35. 35. Preflight – Apps up to date Verify in the Updates section of App Store
  36. 36. After any install or update – Run application at least once on the ground to verify it works & your aviation data is still there Preflight – Apps up to date
  37. 37. Verify in your aviation app New data available every 28 days; available 4 – 5 days in advance Preflight – Aviation database up to date
  38. 38. Preflight – Charts needed for your trip ForeFlight Pack
  39. 39. Preflight – Backup source? Not required – but consider your iPhone as a backup
  40. 40. Preflight – Configure wireless radios Reduce potential interference and maximize battery life + iPad WiFi or Bluetooth GPS or ADS-B Turn off WiFi, Bluetooth and Cellular Data when not needed OFF
  41. 41. Preflight – Screen Brightness Set Maximize battery life Start with a clean screen (requires less screen brightness) Set screen brightness lower than max if conditions allow +
  42. 42. 5 5. Connected Cockpit
  43. 43. Understanding the 2 components ADS-B 101 ADS-B Out Required by 2020 to fly in busier airspace ADS-B In Optional weather & traffic
  44. 44. Subscription-free weather Portable ADS-B receivers
  45. 45. Coverage ADS-B Reception FAA estimate at 5,000 ft. Ground-based system
  46. 46. • Radar imagery • METARs/TAFs • Winds/Temps aloft • Pilot Reports (PIREPs) • AIRMETs/SIGMETs • NOTAMs • TFRs • Special use airspace status Subscription-free weather products Portable ADS-B receivers
  47. 47. • Subscription-free weather • ADS-B Traffic display • Portable Receivers - battery operated (4 to 8 hours) - integrated GPS - wireless: WiFi or Bluetooth - optional AHRS Subscription-free weather Portable ADS-B receivers
  48. 48. Additional Features Attitude / Synthetic Vision Traffic Portable ADS-B receivers
  49. 49. Connected Panel Options from Garmin Flight Stream 210 -  Remote-mounted Bluetooth device -  Connects ForeFlight and Garmin Pilot to GTN, GNS and GDL88 ADS-B -  Flight plan transfer, GPS, ADS-B weather/traffic and backup attitude
  50. 50. Connected Panel Options from Garmin Garmin GTX345 -  New 1090 MHz ADS-B out transponder -  WAAS capable (optional) -  Includes Bluetooth to send ADS-B weather and traffic to Garmin Pilot and ForeFlight
  51. 51. Connected Panel Options from Avidyne Avidyne IFD440/540 -  GPS/NAV/COM -  Includes Bluetooth/WiFi -  Send flight plans and GPS data to ForeFlight
  52. 52. Connected Panel Options from Dynon Dynon SkyView -  Experimental panel-mounted avionics system -  Requires Dynon WiFi Adapter -  Send flight plans, GPS data and pitch/bank (AHRS) to ForeFlight
  53. 53. 6 6. Improve your preflight planning
  54. 54. Chart Supplement (Formerly A/FD) Improve your briefing Chart Supplement (A/FD) -  Contains important info you won’t find anywhere else -  Displaced threshold lengths, night light activation, calm wind runway, nearby obstructions
  55. 55. ATC Cleared Routing Improve your briefing
  56. 56. Weather Imagery Improve your briefing Convection Icing Turbulence
  57. 57. Airport NOTAMs Improve your briefing
  58. 58. Stadium TFRs Improve your briefing
  59. 59. ICAO Flight Plan Improve your briefing ICAO Flight Plan Form -  Required to be used for all flight plans within the US starting October 2016 -  Similar layout to FAA/Domestic form -  Most iPad apps support this now
  60. 60. ICAO Flight Plan Improve your briefing Step 1: Set up your aircraft profile in the app -  Identify your communication, navigation, and transponder equipment -  If you don’t know what an item is in the list, don’t select it (a lot of it is geared towards int’l jet ops) ipadpilotnews.com/ICAO
  61. 61. ICAO Flight Plan Improve your briefing Step 2: Select ICAO as the filing type -  Select your airplane N# -  Specify survival equipment on board -  Flight plan is filed the same way through LMFS; everything else is the same
  62. 62. 7 7. iPad Pilot Gotchas
  63. 63. Temperature iPad Pilot Gotchas 32°- 95° F IMPORTANT: avoid mounting or storing the iPad in direct sunlight, as this will cause the iPad to quickly overheat and temporarily shutdown to protect the internal battery
  64. 64. Temperature iPad Pilot Gotchas Agitating factors • Restrictive case • Charging • Screen exposed to direct sunlight • Limited airflow
  65. 65. Temperature iPad Pilot Gotchas Don’t leave the iPad in hot airplane on ramp
  66. 66. Temperature iPad Pilot Gotchas X-Naut Cooling Case • Built-in fans really work • Battery or USB powered • Fits RAM and MyGoFlight mounts • iPad Mini, Air and Pr
  67. 67. Consider turning automatic app updates OFF to avoid surprises App updates iPad Pilot Gotchas
  68. 68. Screen Glare iPad Pilot Gotchas Tip: Consider applying a glare-reducing screen protector • Use a mount or kneeboard that allows you to angle screen away from direct sunlight • Keep the screen clean • Upgrade to iPad Pro
  69. 69. Chart Downloads iPad Pilot Gotchas
  70. 70. 8 8. iPad Hidden Features
  71. 71. Press the power and home buttons together How to use screenshots Screen shots are saved in the Photos app
  72. 72. Save important information How to use screenshots • Fly-in procedures • Weather briefings (flight service) • Nav logs (web-based services)
  73. 73. Control Center • Swipe up • Quick access way to control WiFi, Bluetooth, Airplane Mode, etc. iPad Hidden Features
  74. 74. How to search for apps iPad Hidden Features
  75. 75. See what is taking up space on your iPad Settings > General > Usage iPad Hidden Features
  76. 76. Widgets – swipe down from the top of the screen iPad Hidden Features
  77. 77. Widgets – swipe down from the top of the screen iPad Hidden Features
  78. 78. 99. Securing the iPad in the cockpit
  79. 79. Securing the iPad in the Cockpit Airplane MountKneeboard 2 primary methods
  80. 80. Securing the iPad in the Cockpit High-wing Cessna C152, C172, C182, etc. Yoke Mount Suction Mount
  81. 81. Securing the iPad in the Cockpit Low-wing Piper Cherokee, Arrow, Seneca, etc. Yoke Mount Suction Mount
  82. 82. Securing the iPad in the Cockpit Cirrus / Cessna TTX / Diamond Aircraft with center or side sticks Suction Mount Kneeboard
  83. 83. Securing the iPad in the Cockpit Beech Bonanza & Baron Center column yoke Large Claw Yoke Mount
  84. 84. Securing the iPad in the Cockpit Flight Outfitters iPad kneeboard with writing pad for iPad Mini and Air
  85. 85. Securing the iPad in the Cockpit MyGoFlight RAM Mounts
  86. 86. 110. Aviation apps you haven’t heard of 0
  87. 87. Aviation apps you haven’t heard of Cloud Topper
  88. 88. Aviation apps you haven’t heard of NRST
  89. 89. Aviation apps you haven’t heard of CloudAhoy
  90. 90. Aviation apps you haven’t heard of Aerovie Reports
  91. 91. Aviation apps you haven’t heard of FuelBurn iPhone only
  92. 92. Aviation apps you haven’t heard of iAltiVario iPhone only
  93. 93. Aviation apps you haven’t heard of wx24
  94. 94. Aviation apps you haven’t heard of Honeywell Go Direct Flight Preview
  95. 95. Bret Koebbe iPad Pilot News 10 Things Every iPad Pilot Should Know Techniques, apps & accessories

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