• Product

What's Your Status?

Sit in on development or strategy meeting at TracPlus, and you’ll hear the same comment again and again - “it’s not about dots on a map, it’s about the mission.”

Chris Hinch

Chris Hinch

Posted: June 18, 2018

  • The Collective

Night Vision Goggles Bringing Wildfires Into Focus - Part I

Many fire agencies dream about being able to fight wildfires effectively from the air at night when humidity levels rise and wildfire activity subsides.

michael archer

Michael Archer

Posted: June 14, 2018

  • The Collective

Safety Means Success - Rotortech 2018

Last week we attended Rotortech on the Sunshine Coast. The key theme of the event was Safety Means Success. We were thrilled to hear that they were speaking our language. Here’s a rundown of some of the key topics that were covered over the week.

rosa anderson jones profile

Rosa Anderson - Jones

Posted: June 6, 2018

Captain Ray Cronin — Putting His Best Foot Forward

Australia’s aerial firefighting capabilities have been hugely boosted in the past few years due to the grit and determination of Kestrel Aviation founder, Captain Ray Cronin. Last year was one of the hottest Winter’s on record in Australia amid a “long-term warming trend” mostly caused by climate change. Consequently, Ray’s work is vital — and he’s stopping at nothing to ensure Australia is prepared for the wildfire season ahead and the threat climate change places.

rosa anderson jones profile

Rosa Anderson - Jones

Posted: June 6, 2018

  • TracPlus News

OzRunways and TracPlus collaborate to deliver EFB-based global messaging

At TracPlus we believe in the power of collaboration and coordination. This philosophy has underpinned everything we’ve done since we tracked our first rescue helicopter to help RCCNZ, Coastguard NZ and St John Ambulance better coordinate their responses to real-world emergencies.

Chris Hinch

Chris Hinch

Posted: May 1, 2018

Women in Aviation -Onwards and Upwards

In April 1955, Jean Ross Howard Phelan and five other female helicopter pilots met for the first time at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. At this time, there were only 13 Helicopter pilots worldwide. The result was the formation of Whirly-Girls International — and their goal was to support and uplift the few women pilots that existed worldwide.

rosa anderson jones profile

Rosa Anderson - Jones

Posted: March 9, 2018

Share Your News

We love sharing stories from our customers and influencers in the industry. Keep us informed with your news!

Get In Touch