Guardian Mobility has announced an upgrade to its Guardian Mapping, Enhanced and Premium Editions to help its customers get the most out of their Guardian Mapping. This upgrade is automatic for all customers who currently subscribe to these mapping services and will reduce bandwidth use by 90 percent.
The upgrades to the Enhanced Edition will include updated nomenclature and airport icons when zoomed in, as well as event based trip processing where the user can select desired trip start and end tags. Also, the configuration of events will now be controlled by the user, with the ability to program event severity and event labels, and select the notification method delivery on the Map, by E-mail or by SMS.
Guardian Mapping, Premium Edition builds on the features of the Enhanced Edition. Customers who currently subscribe to the Premium Edition will receive all features noted for the Enhanced Edition plus some additional features. The Premium Edition map will now include aviation weather with TAFs and METARs, available world-wide.
Guardian Mobility customers who currently operate Flightcell DZM devices, or any other Guardian device with multi-point payloads, will take advantage of having breadcrumbs positions transmitted in the same payload. This will increase system efficiency, yielding more effective cost per transmissions while maximizing tracking accuracy.
About Guardian Mapping Products
The various Guardian Mapping solutions are tailored to meet operatorsâ€™ needs. Guardian Mapping, Standard edition is a one-click mapping solution for small operators, while Guardian Mapping, Enhanced Edition is ideal for operators with larger fleets who require more reporting functions. Guardian Mapping, Premium Edition builds on the features of the Enhanced Edition but includes aeronautical charts, aviation weather and more. Finally, Guardian Mapping, Mobile Edition lets operators track their aircraft from their WiFi enabled PDA or SmartPhone and is a perfect complement to Guardianâ€™s other mapping offerings. These mapping services complement Guardianâ€™s product line of aircraft tracking and communication devices.
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. Guardianâ€™s products are approved for Automatic Flight Following (AFF) and used by forestry contractors worldwide.
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