With the innovative products that are coming down the line this year, it is clear that we want our customers to get value for their money.
Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) May 26, 2011
Guardian Mobility today announced lower hardware prices on its flight tracking products, the Guardian 1 and Guardian 3. These new prices, which make the most cost effective Automated Flight Following (AFF) system even better, have come in time for seasonal flying in North America. Also, Guardian Mobility has created bundles of ongoing services to deliver even better value to customers.
The portable Guardian 1 is Guardian’s smallest and least expensive AFF-compliant tracking device. The Guardian 3 product line includes both portable and fixed tracking devices with various antenna configurations to suit any requirement. The Guardian 3 also features an available alert button. To bring more value to its customers, Guardian Mobility has reduced the hardware prices on the Guardian 1 and Guardian 3 devices by up to 30%. (These products are widely used by government contractors who require AFF on board their aircraft. )
In addition to these new hardware prices, Guardian has implemented Guardian Flight Plans (GFPs). GFPs are bundles that combine “back-office” applications (mapping and data management) and communications so that each operator can select the optimal plan for their unique requirements. Howard Pearl, President & CEO of Guardian Mobility, says, “Guardian GFPs are going to make life easier for our customers by removing the guesswork of a variable monthly bill. They will know what to expect from month to month because they will get the services they need at a new, lower and fixed monthly price.”
Together, the new product prices and the GFPs are reflective of the company’s direction. Pearl added; “With the innovative products that are coming down the line this year and the new Guardian 7, it is clear that we want our customers to get value for their money. We’ve listened to them and we have responded.”
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 for 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).