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Old 04-25-2018, 12:37 PM
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That's not how I read it. Foreflight is interpreting standard GDL90 data, including AHRS information. The Stratux Project is fully sending proper AHRS, weather, and traffic information to Foreflight using GDL90 as an example.

However, Foreflight has enabled their product to listen for other data in the GDL90 stream. It looks like about the only thing they have "extended" or are doing thats non-standard is the ID bits. This lets a device send specific ID information that can be displayed in Foreflight, which is kind of nice.

Here's the spec as was published by Foreflight: https://www.foreflight.com/connect/spec/

Again, Foreflight has fired directly back at Dynon. Now, Dynon needs to get its act together and start sending standard GDL90 data.
Yes, that makes more sense...thanks for the correction.
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Old 04-25-2018, 05:04 PM
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Fzoreflight version 10 came out yesterday With the enhanced GDL 90 support. Does anyone want to update their ForeFlight software and report back if it now works with Dynon Wi-Fi for traffic and weather? my RV is disassembled for Paint so will be down for a few more weeks.
I have the latest Dynon SkyView software (v15.3.3) with the SV-ADSB-470, and the latest ForeFlight update (v10.0). I flew with them yesterday and today and no Traffic or Weather from the SkyView is showing up on ForeFlight yet. Hopefully soon ...
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Old 04-25-2018, 05:14 PM
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However, Foreflight has enabled their product to listen for other data in the GDL90 stream. It looks like about the only thing they have "extended" or are doing thats non-standard is the ID bits. This lets a device send specific ID information that can be displayed in Foreflight, which is kind of nice.

Here's the spec as was published by Foreflight: https://www.foreflight.com/connect/spec/

Again, Foreflight has fired directly back at Dynon. Now, Dynon needs to get its act together and start sending standard GDL90 data.
On April 17th on the Dynon Forum, Dynon Support responded to the issue with:
"It looks like they (ForeFlight) have implemented it different from what they and us talked about last year. We'll have to adapt our software a little. We'll let you know."
http://dynonavionics.com/cgi-bin/yab...num=1478404325
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