AirNav RadarBox Features: Flight Data Solutions
The Image Above: Worldwide air traffic tracked via RadarBox.com
As one of the industry's largest flight data providers, we do the heavy lifting of aggregating flight data and developing tools that meet your needs and seamlessly integrate with your existing technology platforms.
Whether you're a small airline or a large ANSP, our promise is to bring you the best solutions that enable you to operate at maximum efficiency. As part of our flight data solutions, we offer three categories of products within this, to cater to all the different needs and wants of the industry.
Data Stream API - Firehose
The Image Above: Antonov An-225 (UR-82060) Aircraft Utilization Statistics
Firehose API is AirNav Radarbox’s enterprise-level, data stream API solution that includes over 70 data fields such as Flight Number, Call sign, Speed, Altitude, Registration, Scheduled, and Actual Departure / Arrival Times, among other data fields. This data is available in JSON, XML, and CSV formats.
This produces an all-you-can-eat solution, offering fast/real-time data update rates, meaning that YOU will have all of the information you need at your fingertips!
On-Demand API (ODAPI)
The Image Above: RadarBox On-Demand API documentation page
The On-Demand API is Radarbox’s credit-per-query API solution that allows client applications access to both real-time and historical flight data on an as-needed basis.
This data is aggregated and delivered by AirNav’s ground and satellite-based ADS-B network. Real-time data is sent via a secure TCP web socket connection, while historic flight tracking data is made available via a download link. This model works on a pay-as-you-go basis and is something that can be offered to you at a low cost as well.
Data Analytics - Business Intelligence
Tailored to clients requesting data solutions, our Business Intelligence and Data Analytics solutions help companies getting flight data reports for the most various applications including asset and risk management, competitor analysis, noise monitoring, fleet management, and post-flight monitoring.
This includes elements such as Custom Data Reports, Airport Heat Maps, and Aircraft Utilization Statistics.
The Image Above: Delta Air Lines Fleet Utilization Statistics
The Image Above: Delta Air Lines Route Heatmap
How can we offer these solutions?
The Image Above: AirNav RadarBox Coverage Map
We can offer these solutions due to the high level of coverage we have around the world. We offer the following radar and satellite capabilities here at AirNav RadarBox:
- ADS-B (Satellite-based)
- UAT (978 MHz)
- ADS-B (Ground-based)
- FAA SWIM
- Australia ANSP
Why do customers love our Flight Data Solutions?
Customizability means that all solutions are tailored to the client's specific requirements. Our seamless integration into existing client applications and platforms through the offering of ADS-B, FAA SWIM, Oceanic, MLAT, Satellite ADS-C, HFDL, ADS-C, Satellite ADS-B to ensure complete and accurate data means we can offer a lot at relative ease.
Through our offering of multiple data formats such as JSON, XML, CSV, KML, ESRI, and others, we also offer more volume of data for less, which is what makes us stand out from the rest.
Finally, we have 24/7 around-the-clock customer support to help you with any issues you have as well as picking the right package for you.
So don't delay, why don't you look more into what we can offer you here at AirNav RadarBox? To get in touch with us, click here to find out today!
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