Southeast Aerospace adds Blue Sky Network satellite tracking, fleet management solutions to aerospace portfolio

LA JOLLA, Calif., 26 Nov. 2012. Southeast Aerospace, a provider of avionics installations and retrofitting, can now equip civilian and special mission aircraft with advanced satellite tracking hardware, the New SkyRouter cloud-based web portal, and Iridium services from Blue Sky Network. 

Blue Sky Network’s fleet management solution enables command and control across multiple asset types and deployments for remotely dispersed mobile assets. Incorporation into Southeast Aerospace installations will enable easy access to this technology and certification in aviation applications, says a representative.

Blue Sky Network’s solutions tap the Iridium satellite network to ensure communication devices and services work globally and to enable increased safety and fleet efficiency with pole-to-pole coverage.

As a result of the partnership, Southeast Aerospace can now provide fleet tracking and management for its special missions, air transport, and high tech aircraft projects, including private and government aircraft.

“Southeast Aerospace prides itself on our expertise and experience in avionics installations. We strive to offer the best service and latest technology in avionics to our clients and that includes communication solutions,” explains Joe Braddock, vice president of sales and marketing of Southeast Aerospace. “We chose Blue Sky Network because they are well-known and trusted within the aviation industry. Their satellite tracking products enable our customers with the most advanced fleet management system and we are pleased to have the opportunity to offer the solution in our installations.”

“This partnership further solidifies our presence as a global leader in the aviation Satcom industry for asset tracking, voice, and data communication,” says Jon Gilbert, CEO and founder of Blue Sky Network.

Blue Sky Network’s D1000 Aviation Series, HawkEye Personal Tracker (PT), and New SkyRouter are included on Southeast Aerospace’s website and available to the company’s domestic and international customer base.

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