5 Remote Aviation companies

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    Gordian Software logo
    0 jobs available
    Number of employees

    11-50

    Tech stack

    9 tech stacks

    Gordian simplifies air travel by enabling travel websites to offer airline ancillaries like seat selection and baggage directly on their website. Since being founded in 2017, Gordian has been integrated by leading travel brands like Kiwi. com, lastminute. com, Ctrip and Travix among others to power their ancillary sales. Gordian is based in the San Francisco Bay Area in Burlingame, California and is backed by Y Combinator.

    Flightradar24 logo
    0 jobs available
    Number of employees

    11-50

    Tech stack

    57 tech stacks

    Flightradar24 tracks positions of aircraft in real-time and turn that data into engaging consumer and business applications. The data comes primarily from a proprietary, crowd-sourced network of 30,000+ so-called ADS-B receivers hosted by private individuals and companies all over the world and tracks 180,000+ flights per day. This network of ADS-B receivers is the largest in the world. In addition to ADS-B data, Flightradar24 is able to get positional data for non-ADS-B equipped aircraft through the use of Multilateration (MLAT).

    Flight Vector logo
    0 jobs available
    Number of employees

    1-10

    Tech stack

    22 tech stacks

    Flight Vector is a suite of flight dispatch software designed to fulfill the needs of the modern age flight communication center, FAR Part 135 Air Charter/Air Taxi/Air Ambulance Operator, and any other agency managing aviation and ground-based assets. The Flight Vector family of products are customized for each and every client according to their specifications. Additionally, each customer receives ongoing, individualized attention from the Flight Vector™ design team, ensuring that customers have exactly the software they require to accomplish their mission.

    DRONAMICS logo
    0 jobs available
    Number of employees

    1-10

    Tech stack

    10 tech stacks

    We build CARGO DRONES. Imagine you invent a new type of cargo airplane – unmanned, autonomous and cheaper to produce and operate than any aircraft in existence. Imagine it can fit as much cargo as a car can and you can build it in a microfactory wherever its market is. Imagine you can singlehandedly halve the prices of air cargo anywhere in the world and still be profitable. Imagine you can open new trade routes, which previously were thought of as unviable, and accelerate consumption and growth in communities worldwide, practically enabling e-commerce for the Next Billion.

    Iris Automation logo
    0 jobs available
    Number of employees

    51-200

    Tech stack

    10 tech stacks

    Iris Automation is an artificial intelligence and safety avionics company building collision-avoidance systems for autonomous vehicles. By enabling Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) to fly Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations, Iris is the critical missing piece that takes commercial drone operations from theoretical to functional. Thousands of companies can now eliminate hazards and drive efficiency in their day-to-day work with this technology.

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