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PiAware

PiAware landing

Do you want to build your own ADS-B flight tracking receiver?

Key Features

  • 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?

A FlightAware é uma empresa de aviação digital e opera a maior plataforma de dados e rastreamento de voos do mundo. Com conectividade global para todos os segmentos da aviação, a FlightAware fornece a mais de 10,000 operadores de aeronaves e provedores de serviços, bem como mais de 12,000,000 passageiros, suas soluções globais de rastreamento de voos, tecnologia preditiva, análise e ferramentas de tomada de decisão.

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.

Why Should I build a PiAware?

  • Easiest way to setup an ADS-B receiver.
  • Receive a complimentary FlightAware Enterprise Account which includes:
    • 8 months of historical flight data.
    • Unlimited flight alerts.
    • 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.
  • Receive the ADS-B Network News monthly email with tips and tricks to get the most out of your ADS-B receiver.
SkyAware interface

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).

Install PiAware Software

If you already have a Raspberry Pi, it takes less than 5 minutes to install the PiAware software on it and start sharing live ADS-B with FlightAware.

Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

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