Free upgrade for existing users is easy to installFlight Display Systems, manufacturer of in-flight entertainment equipment for private and corporate aircraft, today announced a huge upgrade to their new Moving Map software database. Over one million additional cities and points of interest have been added to the passenger entertainment system. Click here for spec sheet.
"Adding these additional cities was an important upgrade, especially for our international customers," said David Gray, Flight Display Systems' Founder. "Our Moving Map now has more cities across the world than any other passenger entertainment system."Existing customers can easily upgrade their aircraft Moving Map CPUs by downloading a new software update from Flight Display Systems. All new FD200CPU-7 units (List price $6,562) and FD200CPU-8 units (List price $7,813) will ship with the upgrade of one million world cities. To receive the software upgrade, contact Technical Support at Flight Display Systems, 678-867-6717. To order the new Flight Display Moving Map computer, contact DAC International at 512-331-5323.
Detail of South America. Closer zooming would reveal thousands of cities from Argentina - more info The city location data was directly downloaded by Flight Display Systems from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). The NGA is a coalition between the United States Department of Defense and the Central Intelligence Agency. In May 2006, Flight Display Systems announced this new Moving Map product line featuring a redesigned graphics engine with enhanced topographical details. The FD200CPU-7 and FD200CPU-8 Moving Map computers were designed with compact, rugged environments in mind. They feature solid-state disk access and increased vibration tolerance, making installation easier than ever.