Sat, Jan 30, 2010
Company Provides FBOs, Airports And Airlines With ASD
An optional Class 2 Aircraft Situational Display (ASD) Service
Plan has been added to WSI Corporations's Hubcast Alerting web
service, the company said Wednesday.
WSI Hubcast Alerting, which provides lightning strike alerts and
comprehensive forecasts of impending weather events, will now offer
a new flight tracking service plan that allows ground operations
personnel to visualize the location of enroute aircraft.
"With the new ASD service plan, operations staff can monitor
terminal or national-level weather conditions in addition to
arriving, departing and en-route flights," said Paul Hathaway,
WSI's Director of Aviation Product Management. "It is specifically
designed to meet the needs of aviation professionals who would
previously have had to subscribe to three or more different
services to get this level of functionality."
The WSI Hubcast ASD Module features flight updates every 60
seconds. Flight data is delayed for five minutes per FAA Class 2
requirements and can be filtered though intuitive, user-defined
filters to show only flights that are relevant.
WSI Hubcast ASD will be available in March 2010 as an add-on to
the Hubcast Alerting service.
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