Kelowna, BC, Canada - SkyTrac Systems is exhibiting at the Mineral Exploration Roundup 2013 from January 28-31 at the Westin Bayshore in Vancouver. Roundup is the world’s premier technical mineral exploration conference presented by the Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia. Roundup will bring together organizations and people representing all components of the global mineral exploration and mining sector.
This year, SkyTrac Sales Managers Judy Meier and Jayce Bremner will be sharing booth #B-85 with Northern Air Support. NAS is a safety-oriented helicopter charter company headquartered at the Kelowna International Airport in Kelowna, British Columbia. NAS specializes in mineral exploration, oil and gas exploration, and forest protection among others.
SkyTrac’s industry leading solutions enable global real time flight following and two-way communication between the aircraft and ground using the Iridium Satellite Network. SkyTrac has been the vendor of choice for many charter operators around the globe specializing in mineral exploration. SkyTrac provides end-to-end solutions including leading edge web based software, reliable and innovative hardware products, and superior customer support.
“SkyTrac is excited to be attending Roundup again this year. We will be showcasing our current products and demonstrating how our hardware and software systems can meet the needs of mineral exploration professionals,” stated Malachi Nordine, President and CEO of SkyTrac Systems.
SkyTrac is the world’s trusted supplier of SatCom solutions for data, text and voice communications. With customers on every continent and from all areas of operation, from Oil & Gas to Air Medical to Law Enforcement to Search & Rescue, SkyTrac provides market leading solutions to market leading companies.
SkyTrac has acquired a long list of Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) and the company’s hardware has been installed on a large number of rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft types from AgustaWestland, Eurocopter, Cessna, Bell, Sikorsky, MBB, Beechcraft, de Havilland, LearJet and Raytheon.