Latitude Technologies to Exhibit at NBAA


VICTORIA, British Columbia — Latitude Technologies Corporation announced that the company will exhibit at the National Business Aviation Association’s (NBAA) annual trade show and convention in Orlando, Florida, October 30-November 1 at booth 4389.  Earlier this week Latitude announced they received a Transport Canada AML (Approved Model List) STC for the IONode™ flight data acquisition and reporting device and the SkyNode® S200 aeronautical data and voice transceiver for installation in all 853 Part 23 category aircraft.   

“NBAA is one of the world’s largest aviation shows,” said Latitude Technologies President Mark Insley.  “We are glad to be at NBAA to showcase our products and services.  Latitude has had some great accomplishments in recent weeks.  We continue to hire great people, have great product developments, and introduce expanded services to meet the growing needs of our clients.  And we will be announcing an exciting new flight data management program for fleet operators at the show this week.”


About Latitude Technologies
Latitude Technologies Corp., headquartered in Victoria, British Columbia, is a vertically integrated manufacturer and provider of flight data, flight following, and satellite communications equipment and services.  Latitude’s SkyNode® products are the most versatile and economical-to-operate aeronautical communication devices in the world.  The company’s IONode™ is the industry’s first lightweight flight data recorder and advanced data acquisition unit, capable of real-time event and exceedance alerts and automated post-flight wireless data transfer.

SkyNode and IONode STCs are available for hundreds of airframes.  Latitude provides reliable and secure aviation data and communication options for crew safety, fleet logistics, and operations and maintenance efficiency with WebSentinel™ flight data management platform for desktops, dispatch centers, and mobile devices.


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