Earlier this year I wrote a short post about how I had connected together a large number of various virtual radar applications, so that each was receiving or feeding data to another. Over time, my setup has changed, as have a couple of the networking apps. Out is ComByTCP; in is hub4com. The easiest way
I went planespotting today at Toronto Pearson and snapped more than 400 pics! I won’t bore you with all of them, but here’s a good sampling for you to enjoy.
Seven months ago I took a stab at using a Raspberry Pi as a virtual radar server. It didn’t go well. Not well at all. I tried again a couple of times but became frustrated with a variety of different glitches, mostly with the Pi itself and its networking. Yesterday I took yet another stab
A short video I shot yesterday at YYZ:
AirNav Systems finally released its own iOS application today, coming very late to a market that FlightRadar24 and Pinkfroot have enjoyed for quite some time now. Below is a matrix comparison of the three different applications and their features. PlaneFinder As you can see, the three apps all support the same fairly basic set of