FlightTrack is not complex. It is simply an open cloud server and related web screens. These screens display ADS-B and satellite tracked aircraft’s GPS location and ICAO ID.
FlightTrack is web based and viewable on any computer. This includes handheld smartphones all the way up to wall sized video screens that are connected to the Internet.
Datalink Webgate with simulated screens and data
You buy monthly access to the open cloud which includes feeds to all web screens, fixed and mobile, you intend to use.
You provide the aircraft ICAO identifier that you want to track. A monthly fee applies to each aircraft.
You select the range radius in Km around a wildfire to view all aircraft involved. Signal latency from aircraft to screen is typically under two seconds.
You have nothing to install. The data exists. We just turn on the feeds you request.
When firefighters are in distress and press the SOS button on the NAL SHOUT, their GPS location is automatically routed to FireLink screens in helicopters or carried by ground rescue teams.
1. GPS location tracking using ADS-B or on-board GPS hardware suck as FireLink with TrackLink or NAL-Quicksilver
2. GPS location of start of dump
3. GPS location of end of dump
Cost-Effective Water Delivery
Easy to Maintain
High-Flow Dump Valve
Low Power Consumption (5A @ 28VDC)
Designed for Maximum Durability and Strength
Vocalis is 3G-4G based, multi-group, long range, voice/video/data with GPS tracking.
Vocalis connects multiple remote Android smartphones with Vocalis installed for mixed group conference calls.
The handset depicted in this section is the Datalink VOC900B with showerproof housing and loud, clear audio.
Datalink’s DLI-RD11 is a rugged IP65 rated device with a bright 1000 NIT screen protected with Gorilla Glass using Android 11. It has multiple I/O connections and offers the following add-on applications. WebGate screen interface with two-way texting and alerts, multi-group Vocalis PTToC, and ADS-B with USB dongle for live aircraft location reception.
4G and IridiumSatellite
Datalink International and its core team have been working together for over 20 years. In that time Datalink has created specialized solutions for a wide range of clients around the globe. The Royal New Zealand Air Force equipped its P3 Orion long range patrol aircraft with Datalink i50 MobiHubs and were later involved in the search for the missing Boeing 777 MH370. The Swedish Space Agency uses the Datalink i50 MobiHub to control high altitude scientific balloons rising to altitudes over 100,000 ft.
On September 2011 Taliban fighters attacked the US embassy in Kabul. A few days later the US State Department contacted Datalink to ask if Datalink could provide a GPS application to work with the embassy’s P25 portable radios.
Datalink delivered a working solution, including DataGate and WebGates, within a few weeks. Providing GPS tracking for all their P25 portables.
In 2007 the London Metropolitan Police anti-terrorism squad contracted Datalink to develop an Android-based, covert GPS tracking system for undercover officers.
Datalink is under a multi-year contract to deliver bespoke variants of DataGate for undisclosed applications.