How the Royal Flying Doctor Service – Queensland Section acquired live flight tracking across the entire Queensland outback with SkyNet Aviation®.
Commercial ADS-B goes beyond the public ADS-B network. By placing ADS-B receivers in strategically chosen locations where clients require them, a commercial ADS-B network broadens the current network to ensure that specific flightpaths are covered.
Cross Data Integration (XDI) for Babcock Norway and the Scandinavian Air Ambulance.
The renowned Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia now has live flight tracking across some 1.8 million square-kilometres of outback via access to a dedicated ADS-B network.
This huge area of inland Queensland – roughly the size of Western Europe – is now covered by over 40 SkyNet ADS-B receivers in a network designed, supplied and managed by Queensland’s own aviation technology leader, SkyNet Aviation®.
Skynet Aviation CEO Jon Davis has announced that his company has secured a crucial strategic partnership with DTN to integrate its world-class aviation weather intelligence into Skynet’s REACH® Aero Day of Operations platform. This alliance with DTN – an independent source of insights, analytics and decision-support solutions – boosts the usefulness of the REACH® Aero Day of Operations suite, making …
Flight data is the lifeblood of any successful aviation organisation. What your aircraft are doing now, what they did yesterday, where they are, what the status is of every cost and compliance factor involved – it’s all flight data and it’s all crucial.
Every day your team is out there in the field. Maybe you have engineers on a mine site, social workers making housecalls or park rangers working alone way off the beaten track. They face higher operating risks, and they deserve to know that you’ve provided them with the best in back-up.
Think of XDI as an enabling technology. It brings management, operations, pilots, HR, customer service and engineering all onto the same page.
Offering greater visibility, tracking and operational awareness, ADS-B means you know where every single one of your airborne assets is as soon as 1 second ago.