Southwest aircraft situation display

S5Dispatch

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Can anyone tell me what company Southwest is using for their new aircraft situation display is?
 

brokedash

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Sources advise me that WN is testing WSI Fusion which is a combination of standard Flight Explorer with elements from WSI.
 

propsarebest

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We had a early release of Fusion to play with for a while. It is VERY nice, but it really eats up your computer's resources. And there is so much info available, that it is almost information overload. You can have 4 different windows open at the same time, all with different properties.
 

WalterSobchak

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We had a early release of Fusion to play with for a while. It is VERY nice, but it really eats up your computer's resources. And there is so much info available, that it is almost information overload. You can have 4 different windows open at the same time, all with different properties.
FlightExplorer now has the 4 window option...which is useless to me when I can't resize them.

I saw a beta version of Fusion last year...looked awesome...but the resource load was insane at the time.

Oh, and if you've ever seen my workstation...you'll see that I don't believe in "information overload". I'm the IT guniea pig because of the amount of stuff I have open at any given time. :)
 

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Using FE 8.2 currrently with Fusion to rollout first quarter next year (I think that is the goal anyway).
 
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