Real-time flight tracking is made easy with Spidertracks. Monitor your aircraft’s flight route, and receive specific flight information such as location, speed, altitude, and precise GPS position from anywhere, any time.
Changing course? We’ve got you covered. Heading changes trigger five-second reporting and a GPS transmission upon completion — providing you with a smoother track and more precise flight tracking data.
Track and watch your aircraft and their flight path with ease. Phone, tablet, or laptop, Spidertracks is accessible from any internet-connected device you have on hand. There’s no need to worry about back-ups, loss of data, or desktop software updates - it's all done automatically.
Operating in remote areas? No worries. A dedicated Iridium® satellite channel ensures that your aircraft are always connected in real-time, no matter where they are on the globe — regardless of cellular reception or infrastructure.
With unlimited user accounts (at no additional cost!), you can let your team and their loved ones know where they are at all times. You also have the ability to grant different levels of access, so customers and clients can follow the progress of a journey.
Spidertracks began by providing early awareness and the accurate location of a downed aircraft, but our solution now seeks to prevent an accident from occurring through the application and accessibility of intelligent flight data, proactively used for safer, smarter, more efficient operations.
Provide your pilots and crew with the comfort of knowing someone is watching them in the air at all times, and the aircraft can be located quickly in a worst case scenario.
View your entire fleet in one platform, communicate in real-time, and utilise flight data insights for a smarter, more efficient operation.
Plug-and-play hardware, powerful and intuitive software - allowing your team to focus on the task at hand. Simple.
We can always make sure they’re on the right route, and if something is in question, we can go back and see exactly what they were doing. It’s a good tool to help ensure the safety of our pilots, and that we keep up our safety standards.
- John Mandernach, Regional Partner, Maverick Helicopters