Kwik COMP is a combined application of EFIS and DMAP. It provides a split screen showing the primary flight display and digital moving map on a single device. COMP can optionally integrate with the Stratux ADS-B/AHRS to provide real-time traffic and enhanced attitude information.
Synthetic vision is built from the USGS 3 arc second Digital Elevation Model data. If enabled, it also allows for some terrain collision detection. The required terrain data packages are available via F-Droid, see:
- Kwik DataPac (usa.can)
- Kwik DataPac (eur.rus)
- Kwik DataPac (sah.jap)
- Kwik DataPac (zar.aus)
- Kwik DataPac (pan.arg)
Kwik EFIS has a fully functional flight director built in. It uses the standard V-Bar symbology common to modern flight directors. The target waypoint and altitude is set on-screen by means of the spinner controls on the right top and bottom of the screen.
Airspace data is provided from Worldwide Soaring Turnpoint Exchange Airspace http://soaringweb.org/Airspace/
- North West Sector: United States/Canada.
- North East Sector: Europe(Denmark, Germany, Switzerland)/Russia.
- South West Sector: South America.
- South East Sector: Australia/South Africa.
In addition to the internal sensors, a low cost Stratux ADS-B/AHRS can be selected as the input source. See Stratux ADS-B for more information.
There is a simulation mode available in the application. The Flight director is used to select a waypoint and altitude and the simulator will generate the GPS movements to navigate to the selected waypoint. The speed is set at the typical cruise for the currently selected aircraft.
Kwik EFIS is the primary flight display application of the EFIS. It provides a modern attitude and flight instrument display.
Kwik DMAP is a stand-alone digital moving map application. It provides situational awareness and navigation functionality.