The first screen you see on the spidertracks website is the dashboard map, showing the latest location and status of all your aircraft in real time.
You can select individual aircraft in a sidebar to find out more information such as location, altitude, speed and direction of travel.
You can customize the website to suit your business.
You can change map views, view multiple aircraft or vehicles on one screen, or set the position reporting rate to any time or distance. It's all done online. There are no license or user fees to access the website and you decide who can view your aircraft. Read about more features on the FAQs page.
All your flights recorded in one place
All your aircraft tracks are recorded in real time and stored on spidertracks servers for as long as you want to keep them. You can easily search for a specific flight, flights from one or more aircraft or a specific date range.
You can select multiple flights to view on the one map and download flight data to spreadsheets or even import into Google Earth.
Emergency locator transmitters have failed in over 80% of aircraft crashes.
With spidertracks you're not reliant on your ELT surviving an accident for you to be found and rescued, because the SOS message is sent by the spidertracks website.