The future of insights and connectivity for General Aviation has arrived, and is now shipping worldwide.

It’s often hard to believe that aircraft tracking was once only attainable for the top tier of

aviation. Less than a decade ago, innovations in the sector typically involved heavy boxes and expensive installations — the cost and complexity of these impeding mainstream adoption.

Recent technological advancements have made data and information much more accessible — which means insights into aircraft activity now has the potential to be more than just a dot on the map.

Spidertracks’ latest revolutionary device makes that potential a reality. Spider X, announced at Heli-Expo 2020 in Anaheim, California, brings richer, more insightful data to the GA market and is changing the face of aviation safety as we know it.

Spider X provides more capability and insights with the introduction of AHRS data —

enabling you to not only know where your aircraft are, but also how they’re being flown.

Mission-critical data such as location, speed, altitude, and direction is sent and received via a dedicated Iridium® satellite channel, with assured on-time delivery, every time, without exception.

“We’re carving out a unique opportunity for a digital transformation within a traditionally analogue industry, by redefining the way data is accessed and received from an aircraft, delivering more usable insights and helping solve problems the industry faces,” notes Dave Blackwell, CEO of Spidertracks, “The biggest opportunity we have is to make it a practical reality. We are very excited about the next chapter in the journey.”