TracMap’s next generation GPS unit, brings a new level of usability and functionality to the industry. It has guidance patterns for every situation and state of the art new safety features that operate in conjunction with the lightbar. At the heart of this product has been the pilot’s experience, which is where TracMap clearly stands above the crowd.
Super Air, who specialise in fixed-wing aerial application of solid fertilizer and lime has fitted TracMap to all 15 of their aircraft.
Kevin Young, Chief Pilot at Super Air, says TracMap is not only faster, lighter and more pilot friendly than the previous system, it is technically more advanced particularly in terms of variable rate flow control fertiliser applications, “TracMap GPS display unit is more robust and easier for pilots to use. Satellite tracking is faster so information is provided in a fashion that can be processed much more quickly, and the system is very responsive.”…
Long-time helicopter operator Chem-Air run 6 Bell 206’s as spray helicopters out of Shreveport, LA. After switching their entire fleet to the TracMap GPS system in 2010, Vice President, Bart Alexander told us, “We are beyond pleased with our decision to switch to TracMap”.
“Our pilots love the user friendliness and speed of the units, along with the sharpness of the moving map displays and light bars. More importantly, many of the features have allowed us to increase our productivity which is key in our industry”…
Rural Air Work is an agricultural aviation company, owned and operated by Josh and Suzie Calder who provide topdressing services to farmers in the central Hawke’s Bay area.
In 2014, Josh and Suzie invested in a TracMap system and online software (TracMap Online) after seeing how other companies were using it and improvements in operational efficiency. Over the past three years, TracMap has significantly improved the efficiency and safety of Rural Air Work’s operations; “Pilots don’t need to keep maps in their heads anymore, the display shows them where to go so they can focus more on flying.”