INVOLI launches air traffic signal receiver to detect wide range of aircraft and drones

UTM company INVOLI has launched a new generation air traffic signal receiver: the G-1090, specifically created to resist to harshest weather and electronically noisy environments and to bear the CE/FCC label.

The G-1090 detects aviation transponder signals ADS-B, Mode S, Mode A/C and FLARM and it natively supports INVOLI Multilateration, enabling a comprehensive view of the air traffic. The receiver is designed to be installed over telecommunication and aviation infrastructure and elsewhere.

According to a company press release:

“It can be installed in a matter of minutes by simply mounting it on a pole and connecting it to an Ethernet cable with internet connectivity and Power over Ethernet and, it can optionally communicate data via 4G.”

Raphael Zaugg, CTO of INVOLI aid “We wanted to provide a receiver that allows our clients to increase their air traffic awareness in the simplest way, with a quality/cost ratio that has not been reached before for such a product”.

The press release continues:

“All aircraft detected by the G-1090 are visible on advanced visualization and operation platform for drones. Alternatively, the data can be injected directly into third-party software by using INVOLI API.”

Manu Lubrano, CEO of INVOLI aid: “BVLOS drone operations can be possible exclusively when a clear picture of the surrounding area is available. We also think that while the drone industry is establishing itself more and more in the aviation industry, all products and services developed for such industry should respond to a better level of quality with the proper certifications and tests”.

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