SeeYou – makes You a better pilot!
SeeYou has been designed for pilots, by pilots, to simplify the process of learning the skills an exceptional pilot needs. If you can imagine it or want it, chances are we have developed it! SeeYou runs on your Mac, Windows, iPhone, Android, Linux, everywhere. It helps you Plan, Navigate, and Learn in a straightforward package.
Prepare for your next flight with SeeYou on top of high-resolution maps and easy to use planning tool. Create collections of tasks that match your ambitions for the near future. Integration with TopMeteo and SkySight weather forecasts makes it easy to get the most out of every flight. Update navigation instruments quickly, and you are ready for your next adventure.
Plan your next flight online with SeeYou.Cloud or download SeeYou for Windows for offline use:
NEW! SeeYou Navigator for iOS and Android is now part of the SeeYou Subscription! Learn more >
Navigate home, avoid airspace, share the sky with buddies, follow the best energy lines, and avoid bad weather. All of that and more with SeeYou Navigator. Simple and intuitive app for your phone. Learn more about SeeYou Navigator >
If you already own an Oudie, LX 9000, or another compatible device, link it with SeeYou to seamlessly sync waypoints, tasks, and flights between your device and SeeYou.
NEW! Your pilot logbook is nicely organized in SeeYou.
SeeYou Logbook writes itself. Just upload your flights and they will be added to your Logbook automatically if they are recognized to be yours.
Sort and filter your flights to get the report you’re looking for.
Make your logbook alive with pictures and videos related to the flight.
Don’t have a GPS track for your flight? No problem. Add the flight manually, and it will show up in your logbook just the same.
Learn & Share
After landing, you can immediately share your new experience with friends and start learning from that.
Impress friends with stunning 3D replay. Learn from immersive flight statistics. Find out how to improve next time by comparing your track to others. Or follow your progress through the Logbook of your flights.