AirNav RadarBox 3D Officially used in the Boeing 787 Dreamliner Project
San Diego, CA, Jun 2, 2010 - AirNav Systems ( www.airnavsystems.com
) the world's most trusted and accepted provider of Mode-S/ADS-B real-time global flight tracking solutions is proud to announce that Goodrich Aerospace Corporation (NYSE: GR) selected AirNav RadarBox 3D as the real-time flight tracking solution used on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner project.
According to Rob Millione from Goodrich Corporation, "AirNav RadarBox is a very interesting package - and as described, easy to setup. We were up and running in about 3 minutes - logged into AirNav RadarBox Network servers and looking at air traffic in the Seattle region for Flight Qualification Testing for the next generation Boeing 787 aircraft".
Boeing 787 Dreamliner - Goodrich tracks it with AirNav RadarBox 3D
AirNav RadarBox Network is the only existing professionally maintained global ADS-B flight tracking network tracking flights in real-time all over the world.
Goodrich's Rob Millione states that "Our team in Seattle tracks Boeing 787 Test Flights using an AirNav RadarBox 3D unit which sits near our Communications Operations Center getting transponder information - the AirNav RadarBox 3D hardware unit is directly connected to the Flight Path Qualification Testing computers via an USB-2 connection. The system has been extensively used to follow flight test paths of the Boeing 787 Test Plane ZA002".
Boeing 787 Dreamliner Test Plane ZA002
Rob Millione added that "RadarBox also does something else we were looking for - it accesses the internet to get flight data that is shared by other RadarBox units giving it unlimited coverage. So, where ever there is another AirNav RadarBox user online, you get to see what they see".
RadarBox is the only totally integrated Virtual Radar solution where users are able to share data between them in real-time. RadarBox has a permanent development program with free updates for all users.
Goodrich/Boeing Communications Operations Center in Seattle
ADS-B or Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast, is a data transference system installed in airline aircraft that allows data to be transferred between aircraft and air traffic controllers to enhance the safety and efficiency of traffic.Goodrich Corporation
, a Fortune 500 company, is a global supplier of systems and services to aerospace, defense and homeland security markets. With one of the most strategically diversified portfolios of products in the industry, Goodrich serves a global customer base with significant worldwide manufacturing and service facilities. For more information visit http://www.goodrich.com About AirNav Systems
offers a complete set of exciting and innovative tracking products and is renowned for the ability to produce bespoke solutions to exactly meet the needs of the professional and non-professional customers at a realistic and affordable price. Always with high quality standards and innovative features not found in any other similar programs, AirNav Systems products have been reviewed in more than 100 magazines, newspapers and on TVs and Radio worldwide. For more informaytion visit http://www.airnavsystems.com