By providing fixed monthly service bundles, our customers are able to know their monthly costs and receive a better value for the services.
Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) May 26, 2011
Guardian Mobility today announced the availability of Guardian Flight Plans (GFPs). GFPs are bundles of airtime and data services including Automated Flight Following (AFF), data communications and “back-office” applications (mapping, exceedances, data management, etc.) as a way for operators to easily manage their monthly costs. These bundles come in a variety of combinations at fixed monthly prices a lower “per message” costs.
According to Howard Pearl, Guardian’s President and CEO, “By providing fixed monthly service bundles, our customers are able to know their monthly costs and receive a better value for the services.” Pearl added that: “We’re listening, and we’re pleased to be able to respond with Guardian Flight Plans.”
In a related announcement, Guardian Mobility has acquired Alakai Technologies which brings Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) and Engine Trend Monitoring (ETM) to support Flight Operations Quality Assurance (FOQA) and Maintenance Operations Quality Assurance (MOQA) as part of a Safety Management System (SMS). Guardian Mobility has also recently announced new lower prices for their Guardian 1 and Guardian 3 AFF-compliant devices. These products support real-time aircraft position tracking and status monitoring through a global satellite communications network and suite of mapping and data management applications. “We want to be the best value leader in the industry.” stated Pearl “Our products must not only drive safer flight operations but better bottom lines for our operators as well”
About Guardian Mobility
Guardian Mobility is the provider of global tracking, voice and data communications and data management solutions to the aviation marketplace. Guardian has developed a full range of products and services targeted at assisting aircraft operators increase safety and efficiency, reduce costs and improve reporting. Guardian introduced the first portable GPS tracking device in 2002, delivering location and status information, and has since developed solutions to facilitate 2-way text messaging and automatic data communications between the aircraft and the ground. Guardian’s products are approved for government-mandated Automatic Flight Following (AFF) and are used by fleet operators worldwide.