Guardian Mobility has unveiled Guardian Gryphon, which combines aircraft tracking and messaging to automate and streamline routine operations, and to improve data in operational systems.
The product is built with an open platform that will be used to deliver other applications, by Guardian and third-party developers, according to company officials.
Guardian Gryphon is a stand-alone aircraft tracking and communications application, with satellite communications between pilots and the ground, using “canned” or ad-hoc messages. There is the ability to build custom forms and applications, and integrate these into other operational systems – for billing, maintenance records, and safety management systems, as examples – for operators who want additional savings and efficiencies. It also offers a set of tools for application developers, OEMs, and software vendors, including aircraft equipment manufacturers and solution providers, to integrate aircraft tracking and data communications into their offerings, including Electronic Flight Bags and Flight Data Management systems, for added value.
Guardian Gryphon will be available next month. The developer toolkit, which includes a web services API for integration with ground applications and a Gryphon device API for integration with cockpit systems, is available in the same timeframe. Pricing information will be available at that time.
For more information: GuardianMobility.com.