SkyTrac Systems is pleased to announce that they will be exhibiting at the Air Medical Transport Conference (AMTC) in Virginia October 21st – 23rd. The event is hosted by the Association of Air Medical Services at the Virginia Beach Convention Center. The aim of the conference is to provide leadership, educate and inform, and demonstrate the latest techniques and innovative approaches to emergency medical transport practice. SkyTrac will be showcasing their reliable flight following and SatCom systems, and is excited to share their most recent solutions with the air medical community.
Senior Sales Manager, Judy Meier, and Account Manager, Jayce Bremner, will be at booth #1712 to discuss SkyTrac’s most recent product offerings. They will also be demonstrating how their customized solutions can help benefit the emergency medical industry through real time communication and coordination between air and ground crews. SkyTrac’s solutions are used throughout the industry worldwide and the company has customized various services and features to meet the unique needs of the industry.
Their latest products include High Resolution Data (HRD), Wi-Fi and a Crash Hardened Memory Module (CHM), all of which complement existing solution sets currently offered by SkyTrac.
HRD provides highly accurate one second position reports for extreme accuracy of flight path and distance traveled, ensuring billing accuracy and aiding in regulatory compliance. Crash survivability of data is ensured with the CHM which meets proposed LARS requirements when combined with SkyTrac’s ISAT-200A transceiver. In-flight connectivity and efficiency are further enhanced by SkyTrac’s Wi-Fi device, which can be used to simplify the Flight Data Monitoring process by eliminating the need for manual data retrieval. All of these innovations increase efficiency and help to streamline the operations of emergency medical transport operators.
“We feel strongly connected to our Air Medical clients and are pleased to assist them with the invaluable services they provide,” commented SkyTrac President and CEO Malachi Nordine. “The team at SkyTrac constantly strives to provide innovative solutions that optimize the operations of our clients. We are especially excited to share how our newest innovations CHM, HRD and Wi-Fi can enhance the operations of emergency medical organizations.”
Stop by booth #1712 at AMTC.
SkyTrac Systems is renowned worldwide for providing the highest level of customer service in the SatCom industry. With over 185,000 daily transmissions to customers in 50 countries on 7 continents, our complete solutions enhance safety, ensure regulatory compliance and increase operational efficiency. SkyTrac has acquired a long list of Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) and the company’s hardware has been installed on a large number of rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft types from AgustaWestland, Eurocopter, Cessna, Bell, Sikorsky, MBB, Beechcraft, de Havilland, LearJet and Raytheon.
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