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Interoperable Traffic Awareness for GA

Building Intelligent Skies

PilotAware Rosetta is the most interoperable Electronic Conspicuity device available at any price. With the ability to receive ADS-B, Mode-S, Mode-C and PilotAware transponders directly, it is an european leader in EC. Utilising our secure GRID network, the locations of FLARM equipped aircraft are uplinked to inrange PilotAware Rosetta units. The PilotAware GRID also provides the information to show Mode-S transmissions as targets with a location using MLAT data, and uplinked METAR information. More Flight Information Services will be available in future releases of software.
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Rosetta's best Qualities

PilotAware Transceiver

PilotAware:
This is the newest Electronic Conspicuity protocol that is rapidly increasing in popularity. Included in the PilotAware transmission is the aircraft's GPS location, barometric altitude and an ICAO code. Because this transmission gives the aircraft a location and altitude, the aircraft can be plotted as target with a co ordinate. All PilotAware device's both transmit and receive this protocol.

The following  data is rebroadcast using our vase array of ATOM stations, broadcast the locations of aircraft and additional data directly to PilotAware devices.

FLARM:
Flarm is another protocol adopted by the GA and Gliding community. FLARM transmits an encrypted packet of data that includes the aircraft's GPS location, barometric altitude and a FLARM-ID which is a pseudo ICAO code. This is a target with a bearing.
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Mode-S/3D:
PilotAware is in collaboration with 360Radar for this project. Using 360Radar's 800+ transponder receiving ground stations, PilotAware is now able to uplink the multilateration (MLAT) data to provide the bearingless Mode-S transponders, with a bearing.
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METARS
METARS demonstrate the power of our centralised  network (GRID). As of May 2020, real time METAR data soured directly from NOAA, will be rebroadcast to PilotAware units from ATOM stations at 5 minute intervals.
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1090 Receiver

ADS-B:Also know is Automatic Dependant Servelance broadcasting, is a continuous stream of data transmitted by an aircraft transponder. Included in this transmition is the aircraft's GPS location, barometric altitude, an ICAO code and a squark code. Because this transmission gives the aircraft a location and altitude, the aircraft can be plotted as target with a location . Learn More>
Mode-S:These transponders only transmit when interrogateded, this can either be by a secondary surveillance radar or TCAS . Mode S transponders include a ICAO , barometric altitude and a squark code. Because Mode-S transponders do not include a location, the traffic is know as a bearingless target. Learn More>

Mode-C:
Mode-C transponders only transmit when interrogateded, this can either be by a secondary surveillance radar or TCAS . They include a  barometric altitude and a squark code. Because Mode-C transponders do not include a location, the traffic is know as a bearingless target like Mode-S
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GPS

EGNOS
All PilotAware Rosetta's are equipped with GPS modules compatible with EGNOS (European Geo-Stationary Navigation Overlay Service). This ensures that the positional data that's transmitted from PilotAware is of the highest quality.

Modular GPSThe GPS module used by PilotAware is modular, it can be removed and replaced with ease. Using a USB connection, a wide variety of GPS modules can be used including our G-Mouse, which can be remotely located up to 2M away from Rosetta.
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Using GPS in the cockpit
PilotAware provides provides positional data to the cockpit through multiple channels. For navigation applications, this channel is through a secure WiFi connection. For the connection of PilotAware to a transponder or glass cockpit display, USB ports are availble with pre-programmed settings capable of sending both GPS and traffic data.
Connecting to a Transponder
Connecting to a Glass Cockpit Display

WI-Fi

Connectivity with the familiar
If you are already familiar with an electronic flight bag, why would you want to change it? If your electronic flight bag supports traffic protocols, then it's likely we will support it. The EFB connection instructions can be found here.
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Integrating into the Aircraft

Connecting with your favourite equipment.

PilotAware Rosetta is compatible with a wide variety of electronic flight bags, mobile devices and glass cockpit displays. Integrate PilotAware with your favourite setup using the instructions in the knowledge-base.

Integration to additional flight bags is continuously being updated.

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Traffic Voice Alerts

Traffic, 2 O'Clock, 3 Hundred Feet, Above, 3 Kilometers.

Maintain your primary visual scan

PilotAware Rosetta provides real time voice alerts from detected traffic that are transmitting a signal that is being received by PilotAware. The output from the Rosetta unit is via a Bluetooth connection, or a standard 3.5mm stereo audio jack. Voice alerts can be integrated into the communications package in your aircraft or connected directly to most noise cancelling headsets.

This unique PilotAware feature is like having an air traffic service in your aircraft.

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