Intterra uses a third party aircraft tracking service to track aircraft flying missions that are integrated into the Airborne/Satellite Intel Tool.
To track aircraft -
- Open the Airborne Intel Tool. NOTE: Not all clients and/or roles
have access to this tool.
- Look for missions that are active in the mission
list indicated by the colored
dot next to the mission name.
- Green indicates that a mission
aircraft is airborne. When the aircraft
tracking service reports that a registered
aircraft is airborne, a 'placeholder'
mission is created using the tail number
or designator for the aircraft.
The aircraft is tracked for 2 hours
or until it sends collected data -
whichever occurs first.
- Red indicates that the mission is collecting. When products are
received from the aircraft, the
placeholder mission is replaced by a new
mission using the mission name indicated
in the data. The red dot persists
for 30 minutes after the last product is
NOTE: Not all mission aircraft are tracked.