In flight mapping software


#1

Hi, not sure if this is the place to put this.

I’m looking for the mapping software that multiple airlines use now or in the past (late 90’s to 2000s ( BA, KLM, Malaysian) I don’t fly nearly as often anymore. The last flight I took was a BA 380 and they had new software.

I really like the asthetic of the old software and I was wondering if that was available anywhere, purely for nostalgia reasons. Maybe my googling skills aren’t up to speed but I can’t seem to find many images of it.

here’s some

images.travelpod.com/users/studt … t-map_.jpg
williamknelsen.com/wp-content/up … 00x200.jpg but there doesn’t seem to be any details about the software.

I’m sure there’s a lot of people on here that have experience or knowledge with this software. Any information is much appreciated.


#2

they’re called moving maps. just google Moving map then airline’s name. i doubt you’ll be able to get hands on one from airlines since they’re custom built for the airline.


#3

It’s mostly Rockwell Collins Airshow panasonic.aero/portfolio-it … oving-map/

I expect it would be very hard to get them to even sell you a license.


#4

Thanks, it seems like it was Rockwell Collins’s old one.

I was hoping that whoever owns it would have released it so that it could be one off the maps that you bring up in wikipedia.

Thanks for the information, now I know at least where it came from and who made it.

thanks.


#5

Blockquote

t’s mostly Rockwell Collins Airshow