Duxford, UK (PRWEB) September 22, 2009
At Helitech today, in booth FTE 1717, Guardian Mobility announced the Iraqi Air Force has expanded its deployment of Guardian aircraft tracking solutions for its air fleet. It added an additional 60 aircraft, for a total of more than 125 aircraft - both fixed wing and helicopters -- being tracked in real time by Guardian 3x and 3i aircraft tracking devices.
The agreement has an initial value of US$1.3 million over a five-year term.
The system has been in place for more than two years now, and it has provided critical operating information, on demand, as to the whereabouts and status of aircraft, on fleet utilization and on any incidents as they arise in Iraq.
About Guardian products
Guardian Mobility offers three main aircraft tracking devices. The Guardian 3i runs on the Iridium network and allows for internal mounting and remote configuration of tracking options, and the ability to poll the device for current location and status. The Guardian 3x leverages the Globalstar satellite network, and incorporates integrated radio and antenna components in a single compact unit designed for quick installation on the exterior surface of fixed and rotary wing aircraft. Guardian SlimLine (Globalstar) offers aircraft tracking in a fully portable device. Guardian devices are easy to install and offer flexible airtime packages. Added services include advanced web-based mapping geared to aircraft operators, and customizable warnings and alerts.
About Guardian Mobility
Guardian Mobility offers a full range of GPS tracking solutions for aircraft. Lightweight, portable and easy to set up and install, Guardian's products are changing the way fleet operators manage their aircraft, allowing them to know the status and location of their aircraft at any given moment. Guardian's products are approved and widely used for Automatic Flight Following (AFF) by forestry contractors worldwide. For customer inquiries, please contact (613) 225-8885.