pingStation 2 receives both ADS-B frequencies (978MHz UAT and 1090MHz) simultaneously with a single installation, enabling you to track aircraft equipped up to 200+ miles away.
pingStation 2 is MLAT Ready1. The internal GPS provides high-resolution timestamps for each message received. This allows a pingStation 2 sensor constellation to be used to multilaterate on Mode S transponder traffic, using time-difference-of-arrival (TDOA) to calculate aircraft positions.
1 Requires 3rd-party multilateration software
pingStation 2 in use
See how pingStation is being used in the UK to provide a Flight Information Display (FID) to Class G airports to improve situational awareness and reduce the risk of mid-air collisions.
Easy to deploy
Say goodbye to difficult coax cable runs that reduce your reception performance. The all-in-one pingStation 2 includes the receiver, GPS, and antenna in a weatherproof enclosure, with power and data provided by a single Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) network cable connected right to your LAN. The quick pole-mount clamp design makes installation a snap.
Your Data, Your Way
pingStation 2 provides data in multiple formats easily integrated into any display or analytical application, including UAS Ground Control Stations, Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) Solutions, and Flight Information Displays.
IRIS UAS by Kongsberg Geospatial is a situational awareness platform developed to provide Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) operators with the necessary situational awareness to safely operate Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) Beyond Visual Line-of-Sight (BVLOS).
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