You're dedicated to keeping your flight school operating safely and getting your students flying-fit. We're here to help. Spidertracks provides an end-to-end solution that ensures you know where your aircraft are, how they are being flown, and have the ability to communicate in real time.
The result? An informed, safer, and more efficient flight training system.
Plug-and-play reliable hardware to seamlessly (and affordably) integrate with your aircraft and the Spidertracks cloud-based software platform — enabling real-time flight watch and text comms. Spider X also automatically captures AHRS data to enable flight safety insights and stunning 3D flight replay with the click of a button.
Unlock powerful FDM and FOQA capabilities to drive compliance and safety in your organization. Virtual FDR™ automatically captures high resolution flight tracks and accurate AHRS data. Our intelligent AI converts this data into powerful visual reports on operational and safety events, and gives you access to a stunning 3D flight replay.
With Insights, you can set specific parameters for your students to fly within, and view these from a beautifully simple dashboard. Easily review detailed flight reports, and utilise this to improve training and mitigate future risks.
SUU is located in a valley surrounded by mountains, where a single ADS-B tower stands. Because of this, every time a pilot flies outside of the valley, they lose ADS-B tracking.
Learn how student pilots at Souther Utah University benefit from flight training with FDM.
“We use Spidertracks for flight following, and watching students on solo flights. We are also able to do post flight reviews and use it for training purposes and discuss the flight with the instructors. Another benefit is the ability to see the exact flight path, as we like to ensure we fly neighbourly.”Read story
"We preferred a satellite system to avoid losing track of aircraft, so we began looking at other options. Immediately, we liked Spidertracks for the simplicity of the user interface and how easy it is to get the information we want.” - Richard Cannon, Southern Utah University.Read more