Spidertracks, a startup who tracks aircraft in real time using 'Spiders' to send an aircrafts location to a web application, will be speaking at the next Product Development & Management Association NZ event on 12th October.

As an Iridium Value Added Reseller, New Zealand-based Spidertracks uses the world’s most comprehensive satellite network to improve the efficiency and ensure the safety of aircraft fleets, by providing the highest level of system integrity and complete global coverage.

The portable, reliable and cost-effective Spider units have been sold to clients in more than 100 countries, providing accurate flight tracking globally. 

Luke McCarthy, Product Manager at Spidertracks will talk about early success with their ‘Spider,' and the challenges of evolving and adding value to the product. 

Spidertracks 'Spiders' track exactly where an aircraft is and how far away it is from it's destination, while sending the real-time details to an app which can be viewed on any device.  

Spidertracks 'Spiders' track exactly where an aircraft is and how far away it is from it's destination, while sending the real-time details to an app which can be viewed on any device.  

Luke McCarthy, Product Manager at Spidertracks will talk about early success with their ‘Spider,' and the challenges of evolving and adding value to the product. 

The Product Development and Management Association of New Zealand (PDMA-NZ) is the New Zealand Affiliate of PDMA - a global organisation committed to innovation and product development.

The Association is a not-for-profit, membership-based entity and the premier global advocate for product innovation and management professionals. The existing membership comprises some of the best new product professionals from the most widely admired and accomplished innovation companies in the world as well as some of the field's foremost academics.

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