SkyAware web-based map interface displays real-time nearby flights from receiver.
Be part of the world's largest and fastest growing ADS-B network.
Users can connect to their PiAware over their LAN to receive all data.
Track even more aircraft in real-time by contributing to multilateration (MLAT) calculations.
Built easily from widely-available low-cost hardware.
Uses free, open source software.
What is FlightAware?
FlightAware는 디지털 항공 회사로서 세계 최대의 항공편 추적 및 데이터 플랫폼을 운영합니다. 모든 항공 부문에 대한 글로벌 연결성을 갖춘FlightAware는 12,000,000명 이상의 승객뿐만 아니라 10,000개 이상의 항공기 운영사 및 서비스 제공업체에게 전 세계 항공편 추적 솔루션, 예측 기술, 분석 및 의사 결정 도구를 제공합니다.
What is PiAware?
ADS-B receivers are electronic devices that listen for radio signals from ADS-B aircraft transponders and decodes them to determine
aircraft positions. FlightAware has created an open source software solution called PiAware to make aircraft data accessible to
everyone. PiAware uses low-power hardware like a Raspberry Pi, a Pro Stick (an inexpensive USB adapter),
and an antenna to receive signals from aircraft. Together, the software and hardware decipher and display the 1090MHz ADS-B data in
SkyAware, FlightAware’s web-based map interface that allows users to view aircraft positions on a local network. The receiver also
sends the data to FlightAware to provide free flight-tracking on flightaware.com.
Registration/tail numbers for airline/callsign flights.
Air traffic control callsigns.
Full screen maps without ads.
Access SkyAware, a web-based map showing all aircraft currently being tracked by your ADS-B receiver.
View multilateration (MLAT) results in SkyAware to track even more aircraft.
Browse detailed statistics about the performance of your site.
See which flights your site helped track in the tracklogs on flightaware.com.
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Build a PiAware Receiver
Easy-to-follow instructions are available that detail the process of purchasing, assembling, and setting up of a PiAware ADS-B receiver. It takes about 2 hours to set up a receiver and track flights in real-time (hardware costs around USD100/EUR80).