I developed this app with me in mind. The reports and features reflect what I look for in a pre-flight weather summary.
Frankly, I found the traditional Wx systems tedious to convert zulu/local, keeping track of various time zones and daylight savings, recalling obscure weather codes, or dealing with the non-intuitive numeric system for TAF ice and turbulence. For me this was a highly cognitive process requiring full attention. There were too many opportunities for errors and temptations for shortcuts (and I was never good at temptation), all to do it again when the weather changes – no thanks.
I’ve been in software development (for too long), am more of an artist type, have a degree in architecture, know a thing or two about data visualization, make money in real estate, am a private pilot, IFR rated, and used to fly a blue airplane. I’m sure I have an outdated LinkedIn profile somewhere out there. If you have questions, fill out the contact form and I’ll be happy to respond.
In the mean time, you can view my aerial photography. Let me tell you, it’s not easy setting up a tripod in an airplane.