.: RealADSB :.

6 iPad/iPhone/AppleTV app

   Download from Apple AppStore

Universal iOS app is getting traffic feed from ADS-B hub running on PC, Mac or Raspberry Pi. In a simple setup with Wi-Fi access point Bonjour protocol allows to avoid any sort of configuration and get realtime updates as soon as app started on mobile device. However if Bonjour doesn't work you can specify static IP:port. Running app shows list of airplanes around with most important information: altitude, speed, heading, callsign etc. On iPad you can also see a map with airplanes and option to show airports in close vicinity or/and picture from radar. On iPhone in order to see the map you need to select an airplane from list first. ICAO address and tail/flight number of selected airplane is visible in the right top corner of screen right above the map. You can tap on each of those values to quickly search them using Google or Gatwick Aviation Society. In a similar fashion ICAO code of selected airport is shown in the left top corner. When you tap it app will show appropriate web page from www.airnav.com. There is an option to record current session and play it back later on. One such session is already pre-recorded and available as a Demo immediately after app has been installed. Click on screenshots below to zoom:



P2P feeds

You can connect to following feeds using RealADSB iOS app:

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