Garmin is pleased to announce the D2™ Mach 1 GPS aviator smartwatch with classic pilot watch styling and a bright AMOLED touchscreen display that offers advanced tools for flying – plus health and fitness features – to help pilots and aviation enthusiasts accelerate their adventures. With a battery life of up to 11 days, pilots can rely on the D2 Mach 1 around the clock to keep tabs on the weather, receive automatic alerts for changing conditions1, help navigate with the moving map and horizontal situation indicator (HSI)2 and so much more. Coupled with a full suite of health monitoring and activity tracking features, the D2 Mach 1 offers unmatched utility both in and out of the cockpit.
Enhanced style and utility
Designed for everyday wear, the D2 Mach 1 combines a durable design and premium materials like sapphire and titanium with a vibrant, sunlight-readable 1.3’’ AMOLED display. Trusted button controls are matched with a responsive new touchscreen interface for dual utility, improving daily smartwatch interaction and access to selections and map features. The watch face includes a UTC pointer, and can also display and help pilots manage multiple time zones, including Zulu time, and a 24-hour clock around the bezel, along with seven customizable data fields. Leaving your hangar or FBO to head to the gym? Quickly change out the D2 Mach 1 watch straps – available with oxford leather or vented titanium options – with the included QuickFit™ black silicone band.
A dedicated flight system on your wrist
The D2 Mach 1 includes preflight, in-flight and postflight features and tools to
assist pilots in navigation and enhance situational awareness, along with multiband frequency and multi-GNSS support for better and more accurate GPS positioning. Direct-to navigation lets pilots navigate straight to an airport or waypoint in the preloaded worldwide aeronautical database directly from the watch, or choose the Nearest function to activate a direct course to a nearby airport. Pan across the moving map with a touch, and tap on waypoints for more information. Plus, see NEXRAD radar1 overlaid on the route. The instrument-like horizontal situation indicator (HSI)2 course needle makes it easy for pilots to see if the aircraft is left or right of the desired flight path, and the barometric altimeter can alert when a desired altitude is reached. Aviation alerts like time, distance, altitude and a fuel timer are also available on the D2 Mach 1 during flight. Know what’s ahead with airport information like runway orientation and wind components1, runway lengths and airport frequencies—all preloaded and easily accessible from the watch. The D2 Mach 1 offers aviation weather reports, including METARs and TAFs that allow pilots to see winds, visibility and barometric pressure and more1 before takeoff. New graphical indications of MOS forecasts for specific airports3, including projections for temperature
trends, wind, dewpoint, sky cover, precipitation probability and more, are also available. Customizable notifications can be set for new METAR and TAF reports,
so pilots will stay in-the-know when things like destination airport conditions change or when crosswind components exceed a threshold. And in case of emergency, the D2 Mach 1 can show
the best glide speed, estimated glide distance and glide time during an engine-related issue, along with a bearing pointer to the nearest airport and a list of alternate airports.
Flight logging is a breeze with the D2 Mach 1, which automatically starts tracking flights on takeoff, then automatically transfers the date, duration, total flight time and route to the user’s flyGarmin.com logbook1. Pilots can also seamlessly transfer flight plans from the Garmin Pilot™ app to the D2 Mach 1 and view the list of waypoints included in their route.
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Garmin is pleased to announce the latest addition to the D2™ pilot watch line, the D2 Air X10 - a GPS smartwatch with powerful aviation functionality and new features that lets pilots take calls and use their compatible smartphone’s voice assistant to send texts, ask questions and so much more. These connected capabilities join the robust set of dedicated aviation tools in Garmin’s D2 Air series,
including: weather, direct-to navigation capabilities, airport information, automatic flight logging, Pulse Ox1 and more—all delivered directly to the watch. With a full suite of health, wellness and fitness features and a battery life of up to 7 days, the D2 Air X10 is the perfect smartwatch for life in and out of the cockpit.
What’s new for the D2 Air X10
• Phone calls from the watch3: Make and take phone calls with the press of a button; no more missing calls while digging through your
pockets or fumbling through your flight bag.
• Voice assistant control3: Hands full? No problem. Compatible with Siri, Google Assistant or Bixby, pilots can use their smartphone’s voice assistant to send texts, ask questions, control compatible smart home devices and more.
A dedicated flight system on your wrist
The D2 Air X10 includes preflight, in-flight and
postflight features and tools to assist pilots in navigation and enhance situational awareness. Direct-to navigation lets pilots navigate straight to an airport or waypoint in
the preloaded worldwide database directly from the watch or choose the Nearest function to activate a direct course to a nearby airport. The instrument-like horizontal situation
indicator (HSI) course needle assists pilot in determining if the aircraft is left or right of the desired flight path, and the barometric altimeter can alert them when they’ve reached their desired altitude. Aviation alerts like time, distance, altitude and a fuel timer are also available on the D2 Air X10 during flight.
Flight logging is a breeze with the D2 Air X10, which automatically starts tracking flights on takeoff, then automatically transfers the date, duration, total flight time and route to the user’s flyGarmin.com logbook2. Pilots can also seamlessly transfer flight plans from the Garmin Pilot™ app to the D2 Air X10 and view the list of waypoints included in their route when the D2 Air X10 is paired to the app on a compatible smartphone.
Know what’s ahead with airport information
like runway orientation and wind components2, runway lengths, airport frequencies, and traffic
pattern altitude—all preloaded and easily accessible from the watch. The D2 Air X10 also offers aviation weather reports, including METARs and TAFs that allow pilots to see winds,
visibility and barometric pressure and more3 before takeoff. And stay on schedule with a UTC hand on
the watch face, which can also display and help pilots manage multiple time zones, including Zulu time.
monitoring & customized fitness
With the broadest range of 24/7 health monitoring features available from Garmin, the D2 Air X10 offers: wrist-based heart rate (with user-configurable alerts for high or low
readings4), advanced sleep monitoring with sleep score, breathwork activities, fitness age,
respiration, Pulse Ox1, all-day stress tracking, hydration, and women’s health tracking. Body
Battery™ energy monitoring shows users how “charged” their body is as well as the
draining effects of stress and exercise. During a flying activity, pilots can quickly access the health stats menu to track their heart rate, Pulse Ox1, respiration, Body Battery and more. Plus, a new Health Snapshot™7
feature logs a twominute window of key health stats and generates a report users can share with a health care provider—a great tool for capturing physiological
data anytime you’re feeling off your baseline.
The D2 Air X10 features 25+ built-in indoor and GPS sports apps with favorites that include walking, running, cycling, pool swimming, golf, hiking, advanced strength training and more. Keep fitness feeling fresh with preloaded workouts on the watch, preset workouts available for download from the Garmin Connect™ app, or create customizable workouts by choosing from over 1,400 exercises.
Smart features for life on the go
The D2 Air X10 keeps the essentials on the wrist with built-in music (download up to 650 songs including
playlists from Spotify®, Amazon Music, and Deezer5), Garmin Pay™ contactless payments6, and smart notifications for calls, texts, calendar reminders, social media updates, breaking news stories and more. Like all Garmin smartwatches, the D2 Air X10 can
be used with compatible Android or Apple® smartphones.
Designed for all-day wear
• Available in two colors – black or ivory – the D2 Air X10 has a 43mm watch case, stainless steel silver bezel and hardware, and a
comfortable, 20mm quick release silicone band.
• Built to withstand a demanding flight environment, it has a durable Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3 touchscreen with a crystal-clear AMOLED display with an optional, always-on mode.
• The D2 Air X10 boasts an impressive battery life of up to 7 days in smartwatch mode and up to 20 hours when continuously using GPS and Pulse Ox while flying
Garmin is pleased to introduce the aera® 760, a premium aviation portable that is purpose-built for the pilot and the cockpit. The aera 760 boasts a 7-inch bright, sunlight readable touchscreen display complete with comprehensive chart options in a compact and dedicated portable GPS. Additional features of the aera 760 include the option to load instrument approach procedures, arrivals and departures, approach chart overlay on the map, Garmin Connext® wireless connectivity, as well as the option to integrate it with select Garmin avionics. Featuring a modern yet rugged design, the aera 760 is an all-in-one aviation portable complete with a built-in GPS/GLONASS receiver that is optimized for the cockpit. Its bright, 7-inch sunlight readable display can run on battery power for up to four hours on a single charge. Along the bezel, an industry-standard USB-C connection is used to charge and power the aera 760, while a microSD card slot allows pilots to load topography and street maps or use it to easily transfer user waypoints. The aera 760 features an intuitive user-interface resembling that of many other popular Garmin products such as the GTN™ Xi series, G3X™ Touch and Garmin Pilot™ allowing pilots to easily transition between multiple Garmin products in the cockpit. Capable of operating in harsh conditions, the aera 760 has also been tested and hardened to meet stringent temperature and vibration standards.
New to the aera 760, pilots can load departures, arrivals and instrument approach procedures (IAPs) within a flight plan, which can be wirelessly transferred to
a navigator in the cockpit. Once a procedure is loaded within the aera 760, pilots have the option to view the chart or they can overlay it on the moving map. IFR enroute charts,
VFR sectionals and Garmin FliteCharts® are also geo-referenced, providing optimal situational
awareness. Jeppesen electronic charts are compatible with the aera 760 and give customers worldwide access to instrument approach chart information. In addition to procedures, victor
airways, user-defined holds and holds over an existing navigation fix can be entered into a flight plan.
Built-in Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® allow the aera 760 to take advantage of Garmin Connext wireless connectivity inside and outside of the cockpit. When connected to Wi-Fi, pilots can easily download aviation database and software updates without the need to physically connect it to a computer. Prior to departure,
pilots can also view worldwide weather information on the aera 760 when it’s connected to Wi-Fi. In the cockpit, it is capable of wirelessly connecting to select products such as the GTX™ 345 or the GDL® 50 to display the benefits of Automatic Dependent SurveillanceBroadcast (ADS-B) traffic, Flight Information Service-Broadcast (FIS-B) weather1, SiriusXM2 aviation weather and more via Bluetooth. Exclusive features such as TerminalTraffic™ and TargetTrend™ can also be viewed on the moving map and dedicated traffic pages.
Pilots can hard-wire the aera 760’s power, audio and dual RS-232 connections to receive additional benefits. When connected to a navigator such as the GTN 650Xi/750Xi, GTN 650/750 or the GNS 430W/530W, the aera 760 can send and receive flight plan data that is entered into the navigator over a serial port so all products remain synchronized throughout the flight. It is also capable of wirelessly connecting to these navigators when paired with a Flight Stream 210/510. When connected to a NAV/COM such as the GTR 225, GNC 255 or GTR 200, frequencies and airport identifiers can also be transferred from the aera 760 to the corresponding NAV/COM. For aircraft flying in visual conditions, pilots can optionally connect the aera 760 to select autopilots to fly lateral GPS and single point vertical navigation (VNAV) guidance. For example, pilots flying in visual conditions can fly a VNAV profile from their current altitude to pattern altitude using the aera 760 fully coupled to the autopilot. 3D Vision technology displays a virtual 3D perspective view of
surrounding terrain, obstacles and airports, as well as a horizontal situation indicator (HSI) that is capable of showing lateral and vertical deviation bars. When the aera 760 is panel mounted or paired with a compatible attitude source such as a GDL® 50 or GTX 345, pilots can view synthetic vision (SVX), which adds the display of back-up attitude information on the portable.
The aera 760 also features fuel price information, an E6B flight computer and weight and balance calculators. The E6B can be used prior to a flight to aid in
calculating fuel burn, estimated time of arrival (ETA) and more. While in-flight, the aera 760 utilizes ground speed information to recalculate fuel burn and ETA. Helicopter
operators also have access to features tailored to their unique operations, such as WireAware™ wire-strike avoidance technology. WireAware overlays power line locations and
altitude information on the moving map and provides both aural and visual alerting when operating near power lines. With optional map data, pilots can also enter street intersections or non-aviation
waypoints. GPS altitude display is offered in both mean sea level (MSL) and above ground level (AGL), so they are easier to identify relative to the aircraft flight path.
Das neue Garmin aera 760 ist voraussichtlich ab Anfang/Mitte Juni 2020
Garmin präsentiert mit dem aera 760 den ultimativen Nachfolger für das kleinere aera 660. Das Garmin aera 760 kommt mit einem brillanten 7 Zoll Farb-Touchscreen und ist vollgepackt mit Funktionen, die Ihnen die Arbeit im Cockpit erheblich erleichtern. Die Anzeige kan sowohl im Quer- als auch im Hochformat erfolgen. Das Garmin aera 760 ist aus der Box heraus sofort einsatzbereit.
Produktmerkmale Garmin aera 760:
Technische Daten Garmin aera 760:
Lieferumfang: Garmin aera 760, Halteklammer mit Stromversorgung, USB-C Netz-Adapter, USB-C auf USB-C Kabel, USB-C auf USB-A Kabel, Schnellstartanleitung (englisch).
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Access Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B) traffic and subscription-free weather on your aviation portable or mobile device with the GDL 39 ADS-B receiver. When using Garmin Pilot on your Apple mobile device, the GDL 39 can provide highly accurate WAAS GPS data, while the GDL 39 3D can also provide backup attitude indication and SVX™ synthetic vision view.