August 2004 Issue
First Word: 08/04
Companies that sell high technology sometimes lose sight of the fact that when it doesn’t work—at all, let alone correctly some of the time—buyers become profoundly disgusted. Sometimes irretrievably. In my view, some of Avidyne’s datalink customers appear to be getting to that point. As we report on page 4 of this issue, we’ve been getting an earful from some of them about what they view as poor performance of Avidyne’s Orbcomm-based weather datalink system. The receiver for this system is standard equipment in Avidyne’s latest color MFD, the EX500. With the addition of an antenna and a service subscription, datalinked weather is at your fingertips. Except...
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