This is altimeter simulator can be used to help a SkyDiving student to practice altitude awareness. That is to practice looking at your altimeter regularly during the dive and being aware of your altitude.
* Metric and Feet support - custom altimeter face for each
* Jump height can be configured (e.g. 14,000 feet, or 4000m)
* Three simulated audible alert sounds can be configured. For example for:
- 1st: Breakoff, e.g. 5000 feet (or in meters)
- 2nd: Pull, e.g. 4000 feet (or in meters)
- 3rd: Warning, e.g. 1500 feet (or in meters)
- 4th: Canopy Descent
* Fall Rate (Belly Flying, or FreeFly/HeadDown)
* Easier adjustment of heights/speeds via sliders
* Log jumps with jump #, date, DZ, aircraft, gear, jump type (bellw/rw, freefly, etc), exit/deployment altitudes (feet or meters), delay, cutaway, notes, and a diagram!
* Have licensed skydivers sign entries in your logbook using the touchscreen
* View stats including total jump count, total freefall time, cutaways, etc
* Manage your gear including components/serial #'s, and service reminders (i.e. repack due next week)!
* Manage your DZ's, set one as your home DZ
* Manage your aircraft, with 15 or so built in aircraft
* Calculate wing loading, desired canopy size, and extra weight needed to target a desired wing loading
* Import/export for backing up, transferring, and printing your logbook
* Logbook history section for entering previous freefall time and number of cutaways.
This application is free and always will be. Please feel free to send suggestions!
Try before you buy at http://skydivingdraw.appsurfer.com
Draws can be:
* randomly generated or manually created
* copied and shared
* exported to PDF format
* saved and loaded
NSL Competition draws can be created, where the AAA draw is used as the base for the other class draws, substituting invalid formations where necessary.
The names/letters/numbers of formations/blocks can be Learned.
Has dive pools for:
Flip your device and read the magazine in either orientation or tap the page selector to choose a specific page to fast-navigate. You can also download and save individual pages or full editions to enjoy offline and when you are on the go. The Skydive The Mag app provides access to a large number of back editions of Skydive The Mag.
Just £2.99 for one month or £14.99 for a whole year’s subscription.
Members of the BPA will be able to access Skydive The Mag for free simply by entering their member’s unique login (provided by the BPA) into the subscriptions window within the app.
Your Skydive The Mag app features search functionality to find key-words relating to recent content, a zoom function to enable clearer reading of selected articles and social networking integration to keep your friends up to date with all the latest shared news from the magazine.
For any further information about the magazine see http://www.skydivethemag.com
Store lists of sites, wings, motors and other kit. Log the time flown at the various sites on your wings and motors.
Generate reports showing a list of the total hours flown by year, by site, by wing and motor.
Use the notes of the Sites to store additional information about the site.
Use the notes of the wings and motors to store additional information and the service history.
Share or backup your data to cloud services or share via email.
Other events such as obtaining your pilot, instructor or tandem ratings can be stored in the 'Other' section. This could also be used for recording purchases like harness, boots, speed bars etc..
Options have been included on the settings screen for the
* Date format
* Show / Hide Motor Details
* Show / Hide Warning Messages
* Log display order. (Note that when viewing the log listing it is possible to temporarily change the display order of the logs)
While viewing a list, (Tap + Hold) (Long Click) the item in the list to have a pop-up menu display the possible options for the selected item.
It also has thousands of Bullet/Ammo entries from different manufacturers, and you can save your own loads.
Coriolis effect and spin drift are included.
-Real time flight information
-Wind direction and speed estimation
-Takeoff and Landing phases auto-detection
-Return home information (display estimated travel time and bearing)
-Fuel calculation and warning
-Emergency geo-localized SMS
-Localization with GPS
-Barometric sensor support to improve altitude accuracy
-QHN, QFE Altimeter setting
-Online and offline maps
-Offline maps creator
-Google Maps and OpenStreetMap map providers
-Log flights in KML (for Google Earth), IGC (Leonardo servers) and GPX files
-Replay recorded flights
-Especially developed for Paramotor
-Embedded User Manual and Tip of the day feature.
-Real time flight tracking on www.ppgps.info
-FlyNet2 variometer support
-Flight Bandit variometer support
-Android Wear SmartWatch support with PPGpS Wear
PPGpS can display Google or OpenStreetMap maps in connected mode.
Download map files in your smartphone in case you don't have an internet connection during the flight.
Use the integrated PPGpS Offline Map Creator to generate offline maps.
PPGpS provides the altitude, vario, bearing, magnetic compass, acceleration and ground speed.
With just one click on instruments you switch easily between different data modes : instantaneous, average and maximum values.
Altimeter can be set to actual altitude or elevation (QHN, QFE) just by long-pressing on the altimeter.
If your smartphone has a barometric sensor, it could be used to compute a very accurate altitude.
You can use PPGpS Wear companion application to display your instruments on your SmartWatch.
Create waypoints by tapping on the map or by entering their GPS coordinates.
Select a waypoint with one click on the waypoint instrument (WPT).
Rename or remove a waypoint from the contextual menu of the waypoint list.
Follow the displayed route (bearing, estimated travel time and distance).
Prepare your waypoints from Google Earth and import your KML files (PPGpS folder in the phone).
Waypoints may be automatically loaded at startup and saved at the end of the session.
In case your KML file doesn't import well, please send me the file and I will fix it quickly.
*WIND AND SPEEDS HUD:
The average ground speeds are graphically displayed for every azimuth.
The wind direction is displayed (red arrow) and may be reset at any time during the flight.
Home direction and Estimated Travel Time to return home is always displayed (shaded red line).
Computations are done according to the wind for accurate results.
Enable the Live Tracking feature to allow your friends and family to see you live on map ! Go to www.ppgps.info for more details.
Launch the Demonstration mode to have a quick tour.
Find us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/ppgps
and Twitter : https://twitter.com/PPGpSAndroid
Enjoy your flights with PPGpS and thank you for your feedback.
Don't hesitate to send me your kml flight logs by mail : email@example.com
Please test the functionality with the free version first.
Paralog Mobile is a mobile skydiving logbook. It supports syncronizing
your jumps with jumplog.net, view jump list, jump details and a summary
of your jumps.
You never have to carry a paper logbook to the dropzone, just use Paralog Mobile.
- View jump list
- View jump details
- View jump profile
- Sign jump
- View signature
- View summary
- Lists of dropzones, aircrafts, equipments and jump types with summed up jump amount
- Change the settings of your jumplog.net account
- Calculate your wingload
Easy to use for all skydivers to carry your logbook everytime in your pocket.
Paralog Mobile works with data from Paralog skydiving logbook synced
You need an account on www.jumplog.net to use this app.
Without such an account you can't use this app.
* Adjust Total Weight => Updates Wingload & Downsizing indicators
* Adjust Canopy Size => Updates Wingload
* Adjust #Jumps => Updates Downsizing indicators
* Adjust Wingload => Updates Canopy Size
* Metric & Imperial
* Portrait & Landscape support
* Links to further downsizing information
* Links to Parachutist game & Skydive Altimeter app
* Facebook/Twitter/Email/Sina integration sharing
DISCLAIMER: Informational app only! Skydiving is an extreme sport with many factors involved. Any decision should only be undertaken after discussion/recommendations from a qualified skydiving instructor who understands your experience.
*** $14.99 -> $9.99 ***
Track log applications that can be used very easily in unpowered flight like hanggliding and paragliding.
Expression such as speed, altitude, glide ratio by using air pressure sensor and GPS.
Expression the best glide speed and Mc Cready indicator by using calculated wind speed / direction and polar curve.
Helping to identify location and topography by support of map.
Easy to fly task.
1. Utilization of flight log
Can be easily seen on the map of the flight path and can be easily simulated.
Extract the flight log by igc or kml file.
2. Utilization of waypoints
Using ‘wpt' extension. Easy to coordinate input
3. Utilization of Task
Quick task input, verification, storage and sharing.
4. Making Airspace
Creating by drawing using the given coordinates and sharing.
5. Utilization of Polar Curve
Simple input Polar Curve
Expression Best glliding speed and McCready indicator
- Log an unlimited number of skydives.
- Keep track of what gear was used on each jump.
- Request digital signatures directly from the device.
- All logged jumps are stored on iSkydive servers so you don't have to worry about losing your logbook.
preview sets of exercises
transition to a set of training schedule
mode switching Novice / Advanced
View descriptions of exercises with the cinematics
a system for tracking the progress of training (you do not need to remember when and how to do a set, just go and see what's on the schedule today)
the program can begin on any day
choice of the day to move to the desired workout progress
If you are a recreational scuba diver, this is the perfect App to refresh your skills before the dive season resumes, or in-between dive trips.
Thanks to our virtual depth sensor you can interact with your Smartphone with simple hand movements and make it descend or ascend in the water column and so create your own dive profile.
Tap the compartments icon and see the nitrogen intake and release of your body.
And at the end of the dive, tap on the log icon to see a summary of your dive.
The iDive Computer App comes with a non branded dive computer, but you can customize it by purchasing, via inApp, simulations for model-specific dive computers of major brands such as Aeris, Cressi, Hollis, Mares, Oceanic, ScubaPro, Shearwater, Sherwood, SubGear, Suunto and Tusa.
The iDive Computer App runs - in real time - our implementation of the Buhlmann ZH-L16C algorithm (moderate conservatism setting) and supports the most typical dive screens such as: surface, normal diving, entering deco, decompression stop, deco violation, fast ascent alarm and post dive.
If you are a dive professional this is the perfect App to show a model-specific dive computer in action to your customers and/or students.
This App shows a dive computer in action during a simulated dive. Please note that this App does not simulate pressing the dive computer button(s).
This version supports the following model-specific dive computers:
Aeris: A100, A300, A300 AI, A300XT, Atmos AI, Elite T3, Epic, Manta, XR-1, XR-1 Nx and XR-2
Cressi: Leonardo & Giotto
Mares: Puck and Icon HD
Oceanic: Atom 2, Atom 3.0, B.U.D., Geo, Geo 2.0, OC1, OC1-LE, OCS, Pro Plus 2, Veo 1.0, Veo 2.0, Veo 3.0, Veo 100, Veo 180Nx, Veo 250, VT3 and VT4
ScubaPro: Aladin 2G and Galileo Sol
Sherwood: Amphos Air and Wisdom 3
Suunto: Cobra1, Cobra3, D4, D4i, D6, D9, Gekko, Vyper, Vyper Air and Zoop
Attached images provide some documentation for the various screens available in the app.
Note that the first time the app starts it will spend some time preparing the database. The next startup the app will start much faster.
In this app you can:
* Schedule flights and fetch schedule for flights at takeoffs.
* See nearby takeoffs or explore takeoffs and airspace on a map.
* See details about each takeoff.
* Fetch NOAA forecast for each takeoff.
* Get directions to the takeoffs.
The excellent airspace map was created by Hans Cato Grytnes, more details can be found at his page at http://www.grytnes-it.no/pg/luftrom/. Do note that the map may contain errors, or simply be outdated (the map will not be automatically updated, a new release is required). Please refer to the AIP for accurate airspace information.
Improvements and suggestions are welcome.
This is an Open Source project, and the source code can be found here: https://github.com/canidae/FlyWithMe