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.
Royal Flying Doctor Service acquires live flight tracking across entire Queensland outback with 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.
ADS-B is the solution of choice for low-cost, real-time, extreme-location flight tracking. Australia, SkyNet Aviation®’s home country, isn’t alone in its rollout of ADS-B mandates and – like many parts of Canada, Africa, Russia and beyond – much of the landmass is remote, hostile and lacking infrastructure. Gap-free conventional ADS-B coverage will never materialise in these places through simple general …
Software training is a crucial piece of the software implementation puzzle. Here at Skynet Aviation®, we understand the benefits of effective software training. So we want to pass a little of that understanding onto you. Why software training is so important Great software is user-friendly and intuitive, but these characteristics don’t negate the need for software training. A platform may …
Commercial ADS-B and the integration and tactical display of the data it yields aren’t capabilities that enable only airlines and aviation operators.
Project name: Babcock MCS Oil Drilling project
Task: Integrate tracking data between between ships and helicopters operating between the coast and a helipad of a moving ship
Build time: 14 days
Outcome: Fully commissioned and in service since early 2019
ADS-B as a technology has changed the way we track flights for the better. The public ADS-B network is an excellent resource, but it’s not without limitations.
For an aircraft on regular service, the dollar clock starts ticking as soon as it touches down. You want it back in the air fast!
In 2019, the Operational Control Centre (OCC) is a standard facility across virtually all aviation companies with more than a handful of tails in the air. However, it wasn’t always like this.
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