Guardian Mobility receives Brazilian certification
By Guardian Mobility
June 1, 2010, Ottawa – Brazil aviation authorities have granted Guardian Mobility a Brazilian Supplemental Type Certificate (CHST) for its line of Guardian 3 flight tracking products on Eurocopter AS 350 and 355 model aircraft.
By Guardian Mobility
June 1, 2010, Ottawa – Brazil aviation authorities have granted Guardian
Mobility a Brazilian Supplemental Type Certificate (CHST) for its line
of Guardian 3 flight tracking products on Eurocopter AS 350 and 355
model aircraft. This CHST will complement existing FAA and Transport Canada STCs on the same model aircraft which are used by operators worldwide.
Numerous Brazilian operators have awaited this certification to complete their fleet-wide deployment of Guardian 3 products for reasons of increased safety, fleet visibility and operational efficiencies. Jean Carr, President and CEO of Guardian Mobility, says, “This certification is one of a number of investments that we are making to support our customers in Brazil. Our recent decision to offer customer support in Portuguese has generated a positive response from the market.”
The certification has been granted as a result of Brazilian operators’ increased use of and interest in Guardian Mobility products, and will give operators access to real-time and historical GPS aircraft tracking information through a secure web-based map.
About Guardian 3 Products
The Guardian 3 product family includes GPS tracking devices for both the Globalstar and Iridium satellite networks to suit aircraft operators’ needs, and it offers a variety of antenna and device configurations for portable and mounted installations. Tracking options can be configured by operators, and flexible airtime packages are designed with the needs of aircraft operators in mind. Added services include advanced web-based mapping and customizable alerts.
About Guardian Mobility
Guardian Mobility offers a full range of GPS tracking and satellite communications solutions for aircraft, devices that run on the Iridium and Globalstar satellite networks. In 2004, Guardian introduced the first portable GPS tracking device for aircraft, which helped fleet operators know the status and location of their aircraft at any given moment. Guardian’s products are approved for Automatic Flight Following (AFF) and used by forestry contractors worldwide.