About the training
A new airplane tracking system known as ADS-B has been deployed on planes for more accurate surveillance. Satellite-controlled ADS-B is a huge leap from traditional methods, so Scandlearn has produced an all-encompassing e-course explaining its operation.
ADS-B is comprised of two parts; ADS-B Out, when an aircraft signals its position to ATC and ADS-B In when an aircraft receives the information about the location of other planes. As ADS-B is controlled by satellite, it continuously sends location and velocity data; a much more accurate method than traditional surveillance. Our course discusses the ins and outs of ADS-B, as well as weather information, and more
- ADS-B explained
- Mode S transponders
- Worldwide implementation
- Meaning of ADS-B Out and In
- Equipment required
Our course closely follows the EASA regulations but is also suitable for operators complying with other standards globally.