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  • Andre Brandao's Blog - CEO of AirNavSystems.com of RadarBox product.

    Interesting reading on the Andre Brandao's & Akbar Sherwani blog.
    Maybe they should spend more time working on the AirNavSystems products. Working on RadarBox Mlat & Shiptrax aka ShitTrax is few years late already!


    Link: Andre Brandao's Blog - CEO of AirNavSystems.com RadarBox product.


    No word from the AirNavSystems CEO about the delayed AirNav Shiptrax software product!


    [Other info:]

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    Complaint: 6/19/2010 Delivery Issues
    http://www.bbb.org/san-diego/busines...-ca-171991883/
    Last edited by SoCalBrian; 2012-01-05, 11:43.
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  • #2
    Amner is often mentioned on the blog. I'm wondering whether to interpret it positively or negatively

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    • #3
      I have no idea who AMNER is, definitely not me. I'm ANMER.

      Brandao makes many mistakes, not just spelling ones.
      Mike


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      • #4
        I can't believe that a CEO spends so much time to air one's dirty linen in public.

        About 1 year ago, when I was looking to buy a RadarBox, the AirNav RadarBox was my favourite due to the 3D application. However I chose an SBS-1er over the AirNav.

        Why was that?

        My main reason was that the SBS-1er provides an ethernet port as opposed to the AirNav RadarBox. The way my equipment is setup I couldn't do it without an ethernet port.

        The 2nd reason were the discussions that this guy is involved with and the way those are run.

        To me it is incredible that AirNav still haven't come up with a new or enhanced version of their box which provides an ethernet port.

        If I were that CEO, I would be spending time to get a new or advanced version of the AirNav RadarBox on the market ASAP, rather than attacking other people. That would drive their sales even further.

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        • #5
          I will agree with you on the part AirNavSystems should bring out a newer RadarBox unit. Even Kinetic Avionics has released a newer SBS box on the market!
          I just feel AirNavSystems is leaving the plane tracking hobby community behind and moving forward with AirNavShipTrax product. I think it be a VERY LONG TIME(years) before we see anything new with RadarBox product.


          Lots of stuff been going down hill over at AirNavSystems company.
          Don't answer many emails from users.

          Network Status
          The status of our main products using the network are shown below.
          Device - Status:
          AirNavLive.com - Inactive
          AirNav Live Flight Tracker - Inactive
          AirNav RadarBox Network - Inactive
          http://www.airnavsystems.com/airnavstatus.php

          No word from the AirNavSystems CEO about the delayed AirNav Shiptrax software product!
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          Last edited by SoCalBrian; 2011-03-24, 16:25.
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          • #6
            Whilst I find the antics of Andre Brandao unpleasant to say the least, let's not ignore the fact that Kinetic still hasn't delivered the Basestation 2 software that it first demonstrated two years ago.

            Ship Trax is already three years behind schedule and AirNav promised Multilateration in its next release, but many of us doubt it will happen or that we'll see a new release.

            I'm still using my five-year old SBS-1 (all credit to the quality of the receiver) and virtually the same software. But a lot has happened in the last five years and I have a very long list of proposed enhancements to the Basestation software.

            Personally I don't think we'll ever see a new version of Basestation. The best we can hope for is more features from the aircraft tracking websites, such as FlightRadar24, and continued development of the PlanePlotter software.
            Mike


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            • #7
              I agree with you that Basestation software is far from being perfect and what a plane tracking enthuasist would like to use. Every time I use basestation, it feels like going back 15 years in time

              Nevertheless at least 3rd party software can somewhat fill the gap. That's one of the reasonas why I am contributing to FlightRadar24.
              Last edited by All-Seeing-Pie; 2010-12-05, 15:40.

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              • #8
                Updated this month:

                Saturday, 11 December 2010
                And it continues
                You would have thought Anmer,Dave etc.. would have got bored by now but no there lives really do just revolve around this (funny coming from me considering its Saturday Night ).

                But it looks like Anmer the great is increasing his hate in this ADS-B world Over the past year he has started to annoy the Planeplotter guys (who are doing a stunning job, take note Kinetic and AirNav). Loads of posts to back this up but a taster below.

                Link: http://radarspottersforum.blogspot.com/
                No word from the AirNavSystems CEO about the delayed AirNav Shiptrax software product!
                Last edited by SoCalBrian; 2011-03-24, 16:24.
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                • #9
                  Just checked this morning found everything offline
                  no reason given on the AirNavSystems Facebook or Twitter sites or Andre Brandao's Blog on why it was offline...

                  Device Status
                  AirNavLive.com Offline - Support Notified
                  AirNav Live Flight Tracker Offline - Support Notified
                  AirNav RadarBox 3D Offline - Support Notified
                  AirNav RadarBox Network Offline - Support Notified
                  AirNav FS Live Traffic Offline - Support Notified
                  http://www.airnavsystems.com/airnavstatus.php
                  ---------------------------------------------------------

                  More people getting upset on the AirNav ShipTrax delays!

                  John Boyle - WHEN WILL SHIPTRAX BE LAUNCHED? Why the consistent delay...?
                  AirNav Systems - We should releasing more information in Mid June. We hope to have it launched at the end of June. The delay was due to shortage of components.
                  http://www.facebook.com/airnavsystems
                  Last edited by SoCalBrian; 2011-06-06, 06:21.
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                  • #10
                    The Declaration of War - Andre Brandao (AirNav Systems CEO) vs MyShipPassion.Com
                    AirNav Systems owns ShipSpotting.Com
                    http://forum.shipspotting.com/index.....msg51143.html
                    http://myshippassion.com/forum/topic...aration-of-war

                    Andre Brandao had evidently made up his mind to attack MyShipPassion.Com whatever happened; and although he now says he has put forward reasonable proposals which were rejected by MyShipPassion.Com, that is not a true statement.

                    The proposals were never shown to the small websites nor to MyShipPassion.Com; and although they were announced in a ShipSpotting.Com broadcast on Thursday night, Andre did not wait to make comment on them, but ordered his troops to cross the small websites frontier.

                    His actions show convincingly that there is no chance of expecting that this man will ever give up his practice of using force to gain his will. He can only be stopped by force.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by SoCalBrian View Post
                      The Declaration of War - Andre Brandao (AirNav Systems CEO) vs MyShipPassion.Com
                      AirNav Systems owns ShipSpotting.Com
                      http://forum.shipspotting.com/index.....msg51143.html
                      The above link seems broken?
                      Mike


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                      • #12
                        Anmer,
                        Links will break all the time on the internet world wide web. When something is moved or deleted the link will break in most cases.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by SoCalBrian View Post
                          Anmer,
                          Links will break all the time on the internet world wide web. When something is moved or deleted the link will break in most cases.
                          You don't say?

                          Maybe that's why some post the text as well.
                          Mike


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                          Radarspotting since 2005

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                          • #14
                            The text is still available...
                            Read it on the other link... Doh!

                            Link rot
                            A link that does not work any more is called a broken link, dead link or dangling link.
                            Some news sites contribute to the link rot problem by keeping only recent news articles online where they are freely accessible at their original URLs, then removing them or moving them to a paid subscription area. This causes a heavy loss of supporting links in sites discussing newsworthy events and using news sites as references.
                            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Link_rot
                            You can also read/learn more about the internet stuff like 404 error.
                            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_404
                            Last edited by SoCalBrian; 2011-07-26, 15:20.
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                            • #15
                              I really must try harder.

                              All this computer stuff and internet is new to me.
                              Mike


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