Argus International will demonstrate new functionality in its TraqPak software next week at NBAA’s Schedulers and Dispatchers Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. The latest feature provides real-time tracking of aircraft on the ground, allowing service subscribers to determine their position at a particular airport.

On the service side, Argus said the sophisticated ground tracking capability will be useful to FBOs by allowing ramp workers to better gauge an aircraft’s actual taxi time to arrival, as well as to caterers and ground transportation providers.

“Bringing our ground tracking to the marketplace has been an active collaboration between our customers and our TraqPak team,” stated Travis Kuhn, Argus’s v-p of market intelligence. “This new offering is the first of multiple changes we’ll be bringing to the marketplace as we move through 2023.”


Napsat komentář

Vaše e-mailová adresa nebude zveřejněna.

You May Also Like

Airbus Helicopters Posts Strong Medevac Order Intake

Airbus Helicopters announced continuing strong sales into the U.S. medical market at…

The Complex Art of Aircraft Utilization

DALLAS – Aircraft are the most important and valuable assets of an…

Why Don’t Planes Use Reverse Thrust To Push Back?

When a plane departs an airport, its first movement will be to…

Quiz: 6 Questions To See How Well You Know Aircraft Systems

How’s your systems knowledge? 1) You’re performing an engine run-up before takeoff.…