As a firefighting team, knowing the effectiveness of your firebombing operations is a must -- to ensure safety for the community, and to meet your contractual and regulatory requirements. We've partnered with Olympic Aero Services (OAS) to provide you with a powerful end-to-end data insights solution.
We've teamed up with Olympic Aero Services to provide your operation with an advanced hardware and software package -- enabling you to effectively track and monitor your aerial firefighting aircraft.
The integration of the Spider 8 and Olympic’s ATU (Additional Telemetry Unit) provides accurate and automated real-time reporting on specific firebombing events, including tank/bucket open/closed, volume filled, and volume dropped.
This FAA STC’d solution ensures a simple and certified method of reporting for your aerial firefighting operation. Talk to us about your contractual requirements.
The OAS Series 606 ATU is a small solid state module that records Fire Attack Data and sends this data to a remote portal via the Spidertracks AFF feed.
FAA STC for Sikorsky CH-54 and S-64. Pending certifications for S-61, Bell 204-412 & UH1 models. Olympic Aero Services’ certification team can support the field approval or STC processes for your specific aircraft. Complies with US Forest Service contracts AG-024B-S-15-9007 section C, and AG- 024B-S-17-9002 section C ATU requirements. This Fire Attack data is augmented with GPS data (Date, Time, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Speed and Heading).
Dimensions: 6.33”x 5.88” x 2.35”
Weight: 0.94 lbs
Operating temperature: -45 ~ +70 °C
Track, manage, and communicate with your aircraft anywhere on the planet. Plus, Spider 8 includes a Universal Aircraft Interface (UAI). The UAI enables the Spider to integrate with other aviation hardware including OAS’s ATU to detect and transmit detected events through the Spider and the Spidertracks platform (e.g, engine on/off, takeoff/landing, bucket open/close, and many more).
DO-160F Sections 15 and 21 (Magnetic Effect and Emission of Radio Frequency)
DO-160G Sections 7 & 8 (Shock and DO-160G Section 17 (Voltage Spike)
DO-160G Section 26 (Flammability) Vibration)
Dimensions: 3.7” x 4.9” x 1.1” / 95mm x 125mm x 30mm
Weight: 0.36 lb / 165g
Operating temperature: -25 ~ + 70 °C