Oudie Updater – updated

Versino 1.38 of the Oudie Updater has been released just now. Some users were reporting a problem that the Updater would not start at all. We found the cause and fixed it. We also removed the Flarm update button. The Flarm database will update itself silently each time you update the airspace files. You don’t […]

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Is Oudie robust?

We get that asked a lot. And it doesn’t always feel right when we tell the pilots that it really works well and that we have seen Oudies put through extreme heat and cold and that we test them in the freezer etc. But here’s one test that makes all of ours look like child […]

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Oudie IGC is ready!

The Oudie IGC has received the highest level IGC approval and is now in stock and ready for shipping! The sunlight readable Moving Map display, Engine Noise Level sensor (ENL) and a huge battery make it stand out from the crowd by a long way. It replaces your existing Oudie 1 or Oudie 2 seamlessly […]

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SeeYou 6.1

We are extremely proud to present SeeYou version 6.1. It adds at least two very major improvements which deserve a prominent introduction. There is not much to say because in this case pictures can substitute a thousand words. New Vector Maps New Vector maps carry about 100 times more data than before. We have used […]

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SeeYou 6 is released

We are happy to announce that we have released SeeYou version 6 today. The most significant feature in this version is that it makes the licensing of SeeYou uniform across all supported platforms and operating systems. Similar as on Android and iOS devices you can now register the SeeYou software on your PC by simply […]

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Oudie Updater

For all Oudie fans (no matter if you are using Oudie 1, Oudie 2 or Oudie 3) we have a very simple but effective new tool – Oudie Updater. It’s free and does nothing until you connect your Oudie to PC and the Updater detects outdated airspaces or that you are running an old version […]

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Facts, figures and a peek into the future

The time when pilots start packing for Africa and Australia is the time when Naviter is analysing what we have done right, what we could have done better and what is it that we want to focus on in the near future. 2013 has been another year with several milestones for Naviter: SeeYou has received […]

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Announcing Oudie IGC

Naviter proudly presents Oudie IGC – the sunlight readable IGC approved* Flight Recorder with ENL and huge battery. For some (many?) of us LX 20 was our first flight recorder and navigation device. At the time it was a device which was breaking ground in gliding. It was one of the first secure flight recorder […]

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Direct upload to OLC with PC, iOS and Android!

We are happy to announce that after a few years direct upload from SeeYou to OLC is possible again! We have worked together with the OLC team to create a solution which is very easy to use and satisfies the requirements from OLC. The process is quite simple: 1. Open your flight in SeeYou 2. […]

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New versions and new logos

New versions are available for SeeYou for PC, Android and iOS, SeeYou Mobile and Oudie as well as SeeYou Recorder. SeeYou has received mainly a stability update and a significant change of tools for us. We’ll be very happy if you can give us feedback if it all works fine. The main feature improvement is […]

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SeeYou 5.2

SeeYou for PC has been upgraded to version 5.2. It answers some good suggestions from the users about how to improve the way SeeYou Cloud panel handles data. For example – if the Cloud panel is wide enough it will keep labels on the left and files on the right hand side of the panel. […]

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