Sporty’s Webinar Series
Sporty’s is pleased to offer its Webinar Series as a new service to customers. These live, multimedia presentations are informative and interactive, allowing the presenter to use slides and audio, while audience members can participate in a variety of ways.
Sporty’s Webinar Series will touch on a variety of topics from training to new products and services to help you stay informed. For your convenience, all webinars will be archived so you can attend anytime your schedule permits.
- Stay informed and current
- Convenient and easy-to-use webinar format
- Opportunity to participate and ask questions
- Delivered by the expert staff at Sporty’s
Registration is required, and space is limited
|What's New in Aviation Headsets||Thursday, July 30||8:00pm ET||John Zimmerman||Sign Up|
Headset technology has advanced rapidly and the features and choices in aviation headsets can be down right overwhelming. ANR, passive, panel-powered, Bluetooth, TSO’d?
You can become an informed consumer without hours of boring research. Join headset guru John Zimmerman as he demystifies the world of aviation headsets, shares what’s new, and highlights the features important to you.
|Garmin G3X Solutions for Experimental and Light Sport Aircraft||Wednesday, August 12||8:00pm ET||Brian Hupe||Sign Up|
|All the capabilities you want in a true “glass cockpit” are brought together in the Garmin G3X flight display system. Designed specifically for experimental/kitplane and light sport panels, this scalable system lets you grow as your needs and budget allow. |
This easy-to-install suite can contain up to 3 redundant PFD/MFD configurable displays, all of which contain a built-in GPS and big, bright sunlight-readable 7" high-resolution WVGA screen. The G3X provides full primary flight display with electronic engine gauges, terrain/obstacles alerting, geo-referenced FliteCharts® and SafeTaxi® airport diagrams.
Optional SiriusXM® weather, ADS-B and angle of attack sensor can all be added easily. Learn more about G3X solutions in this free webinar presentation from Garmin and Sporty's.
|ADS-B Update – Equipping for 2020||Thursday, August 20||8:00pm ET||John Zimmerman and Chuck Gallagher||Sign Up|
Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (better known as ADS-B) is a new technology revolutionizing the way we fly. Unfortunately, much of the information related to ADS-B is unnecessarily confusing.
While ADS-B may be confusing, it’s probably the most important technological change you will experience as a pilot over the next two decades. So it’s worth the effort to learn this new language as the 2020 deadline for ADB-Out equipage looms.
Join Sporty’s John Zimmerman and Cincinnati Avionics’ Chuck Gallagher as they discuss what you really need to know about ADS-B “out” and ADS-B “in.” Learn about panel-mount ADS-B solutions available from Appareo, Aspen, Garmin, and others, plus the exciting developments in the portable market. We’ll cut through the jargon so you understand what’s important—and what’s not.
|New Products Update||Thursday, October 1||8:00pm ET||John Zimmerman and Doug Ranly||Sign Up|
Sporty’s, the world’s largest pilot shop, has been offering high quality aviation products and supplies for more than 50 years. Many of these products are designed in house by our staff of pilots and tested in our flight school. Keeping up with the thousands of products offered by Sporty’s is no easy task.
Join the Sporty’s Pilot Shop team for highlights of what’s new. We’ll explore multiple product categories and also let you know about some exciting new features that have been added to the classics. Get product recommendations and advice from the experts and even a sneak peak of what’s to come.
|Advanced iPad Flying||Thursday, November 12||8:00pm ET||Bret Koebbe||Sign Up|
The iPad has quickly become required equipment for many pilots and there's no question it has increased safety and reduced the costs associated with flying. 10 tips every iPad pilot should know will include a series of insightful recommendations, strategies and other insight that pilots of all experience levels should know when flying with the iPad.
Topics include hidden software features, iPad "gotchas", flying with ADS-B weather, ForeFlight tips, preflighting your iPad, battery management, mounting, aviation apps you haven't heard of and much more.
Space is limited, so enroll now.