UN plans to undertake real-time aircraft tracking

UN plans to undertake real-time aircraft tracking

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US: The United Nations (UN) Department of Field Support (DFS) is planning to undertake real-time tracking of all UN aircraft operating worldwide. For this purpose the UN will deploy real-time Aircraft Global Satellite Tracking Service Solution (AGSTSS) for all UN Air Assets, approximately 200 aircraft operating worldwide. The solution which will facilitate in monitoring and tracking the aircraft status over a single-screen interface dashboard with multiple views, which depicts the aircraft flight path and its position/Event reports over approved aeronautical and satellite maps with airport depiction and weather representation of significant weather on the departure, in-route, and arrival with alerts and alarms.

All data will be generated by means of GPS specified as follows; Aircraft Position, UTC Date/Time, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Speed, Heading, Fix Type, and at least one Position Quality metric is required for all aircraft position reports.

Source: Geospatial World Tenders