26-Apr-2023 Source: Spidertracks
Spidertracks, the world’s most trusted provider of aircraft tracking, fleet management, and aviation safety solutions, has announced a multi-year partnership with Helicopters Inc, which will see a full fleet fit-out of the flagship Spider X product and extended data services. Helicopters Inc has been a Spidertracks customer for many years and has successfully integrated its flight following and emergency management capabilities across operations.
This renewed partnership will future-proof that position while providing significant enhancements and productivity gains in operations and safety.
“We have a decade-long relationship with Tom and the team at Helicopters Inc. and are thrilled that they chose to continue working with us while equipping their fleet with the Spider X. In addition to providing increased visibility and connectivity, this tailored solution will help support their proactive approach to safety. It’s a real pleasure to work with thought leaders like this in the industry.” says Spidertracks CEO, Dave Blackwell.
Founded in the Midwest in 1981, Helicopters Inc. is a renowned leader in Electronic News Gathering (ENG) services and operates in over 35 cities across the United States. Since its inception, Helicopters Inc. has focused on providing the best possible experience, out of the finest facilities, in the most advanced aircraft in the industry. These pillars formed the backbone of Helicopters Inc.’s creation and are what they strive to achieve every day.
Tom Wagner, President of Helicopters Inc. said, “The most important commitment we can offer to customers, passengers and team members is our commitment to safety. Our continued partnership with the Spidertracks team and the investment we will make in equipping our aircraft with SpiderX is entirely driven by that commitment. We appreciate the outstanding product and customer support that Spidertracks stands by, and look forward to continuing to explore innovative ways to improve visibility, data collection, and safety with them moving forward.”