Butterfly Displays show traffic information from many different collision warning devices based on FLARM® or ADS-B. You can see at a glance who is climbing well nearby, where the team partner is or who is in the aircraft next to you. Butterfly Displays gives you situational awareness that you've never experienced before.
Brilliantly easy to use.
Despite its functionality, the Butterfly Display is extremely easy to use. This is achieved via a very simple presentation concept which reveals a great deal of information without operation. Sophisticated user ergonomics ensures that you can always use the device perfectly, for example even when wearing gloves. More about how to use Butterfly Displays >
Traffic depiction and tactical information.
Surrounding traffic is presented in a clear and simple manner in Butterfly Displays. With the automatic circling recognition you can immediately see who is circling and climbing near you. You can therefore identify with confidence which traffic it is worth getting more specific information about. The climbing values shown are very precise - this makes showing them very useful. More on tactical functions can be found here >
Intelligent traffic alerts
With Butterfly Displays you can see traffic minutes before it becomes a danger. Should another aircraft get dangerously close, the Butterfly Displays will reliably warn you. Butterfly Displays warn you about dangerous traffic - exactly as you are used to from e.g. FLARM®. In addition, more complex situations with several potential collision objects or a tight team flight are recognised and intuitively presented. More here >
Easy to install.
Butterfly Displays can be used straight away with all FLARM® compatible devices and with Garrecht ADS-B receivers without the need for any additional configuration. There are two casing options available for different installation points: a 57mm device and a device for external installation. Our installation accessories provide additional installation support. Further information about installation can be found here >