Published on November 4, 2020

VIASAT RUNTRACKER 6.X OBTAINS EASA CERTIFICATION has obtained the EASA Certificate/Approval for installation on General Aviation planes

Satellite telematics is certainly a precious ally in the management of private aircraft and fleets of Flight Schools or Aero Clubs, which also meets the traffic safety requirements of General Aviation (AG) and light aircraft (ULM). In this sense, it is no surprise that the Viasat RunTracker 6.X, a satellite device widely used in the management of freight fleets, has obtained the Certificate/Approval Minor Change ( – 10074465) from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), together with the Proximity Reader, the badge reader that identifies the Pilot on board.

Thanks to the collaboration between our Group and and the certification obtained, valid throughout Europe and compliant with American FAA regulations, it will now be possible to install the device, named LDL Live Data Logger in this specific area of application, on 154 types of aircraft certified General Aviation (ELA1, ELA2) as well as all ultralight aircraft (ULM).

“Our solution – comments Domenico Petrone, President of Viasat Group – thanks to the GNSS/GSM network, allows the location of all those aircraft that typically fly at quite low heights that traditional radar cannot detect. In this way, it is possible to improve flight safety and control of airspace, not only for commercial use, such as the delivery of goods or the control of fields and crops, but also for the management of public safety, urban security or territorial tracking”.

LDL Live Data Logger, distributed by, allows knowing the status of the entire fleet of aircraft in real time, through the WebDataMap platform. Equipped with accelerometer and gyroscope, it is able to record and transmit to the Operations Centre 24/7 the position of the aircraft, flight parameters, unusual operations, Heavy Landing or crash, all useful information to understand the landing dynamics, enabling Flight School Instructors to improve feedback on students, increasing “Safety”. is a company specialised in the development and management of aeronautical platforms for the aircraft’s maintenance oriented to CAMO (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation).

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