Nanosatellites are the only cost-effective way of collecting ADS-B data from remote regions and observe an aircraft’s full flight profile. Extending beyond the coverage of ground stations means smoother into operations and routing.
Early trials have started.
Results from downlinked sample data shows satellite performance is as expected (or better).
Increased visibility into flight traffic means better operations on the ground.
In remote regions, flight tracking ground stations can be incredibly costly and have little advantage. In the past, they were considered a necessary evil but today, satellites have started to make them obsolete.
Spire understands that weather is an integral part of aviation. Speak with us about adding our optional weather data.
If you're ready to start a conversation about how Spire's space-based ADS-B can help you or your business, let's begin a conversation. Satellites are quickly being put into service and there has never been a day better than today to prepare for integrating AirSafe.
Spire Global Inc, the world’s largest space-to-cloud data analytics company, and ITOCHU Corporation, one of the largest trading companies in Japan and among the world's largest companies, announced that the two will partner in a reseller partnership agreement for Spire’s data package and exclusively on space-based Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) data specifically designed for improved global tracking of aircraft. ITOCHU will be representing Spire within the Japanese market and the rest of APAC.