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Gael Le Martin: Anti-Poaching, Conservation, and Communication in Remote Africa

We talk with Gael Le Martin, a computer engineer turned conservation pilot, about his adventures protecting wildlife and staying connected in remote Africa.

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Centennial Helicopters: Enhancing Student Training & Safety

Centennial has a large pool of people to keep safe in their operation. With Spidertracks, keeping tabs on pilots and their passengers is easier than ever.

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An Alaska Success Story Using Emergency Locating Devices

An engaging true story about how Spidertracks assisted in the search and rescue of a downed Alaska aircraft in 2013...

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Tailwind Air: Staying On Top of New York City Traffic

What if there was an alternative way to circumvent the bottlenecks and traffic jams of congested areas in the city? That is Alan Ram’s goal...

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Maverick Helicopters: Putting Safety First

From the depths of the Grand Canyon to the remote tropical Islands of Hawaii, Maverick Helicopters is leading the way in safety & customer experience.

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The Satisfaction of Building and Flying Your Own Plane

When Trevor Parker built his Pazmany PL2 in 1980, he started with a stack of plans – 144 square feet of paper...

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Staying Connected in Remote Alaska

Whether Rod is flying around active volcanoes, navigating through icy mountain peaks, over thickly forested coastal areas or tundra, he is always connected...

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Jack Harter Helicopters: Helping Keep Hawaiian Waters Beautiful 

Jack Harter was drawn to Kauai’s combination of emerald valleys, jagged sea cliff coastlines, high peaks, and deep canyons nearly 60 years ago...

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Flying Wildlife With Jim Wortham

For 23 years, Jim Wortham has been one of these wildlife biologist-pilots. He works on projects ranging from wildlife and specialised surveying to natural...

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A Story Of Survival In A Northern Wilderness

There are few places left in the world like the Northwest Territories. Stretching up past the arctic circle, it’s a province with a small population of 42,800.

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