Aeroficial Intelligence's AeroData is the orgin of all data generated and processed from own ADS-B receiver stations covering aircraft movements at and around airports at the highest possible accuracy. AeroData provides ADS-B raw data messages via secure live and historic APIs based on individual requirements. All inhouse data are further processed within AeroPipelines to ensure data quality and to generate quantitative KPIs on airside processes and flight operations at departure and arrival. The data on AeroData can be easily integrated into data warehouses of airports, airlines, ANSPs, aviation authorities, meteorological institutions and other aviation related insitutions.


Data parameters individually configured


Easy to integrate into your data warehouse

Dynamic Pricing

Fair pricing based on volume, parameters and requested API

Own data

Generate your own independent source of ADS-B data at your specific geographical area

Flight Tracking Data

Integrate a live or historic data feed of aircraft positions and flight information into your own systems. You can easily request an ADS-B receiver location to generate your independent source of data in order to satisfy your individual requirement. The following parameters are included in the basic data set.

Aircraft Identification
  • ICAO24/Hexcode
  • FlightID
  • Time in UTC
Aircraft Positioning Data
  • Latitude
  • Longitude
  • Geometric Altitude
  • Barometric Altitude
Velocity and Direction
  • Heading
  • True Track Angle
  • Groundspeed 
  • True Air Speed 
  • Indicated Air Speed 
  • Ma-Number
  • Roll Angle
Vertical Speed
  • Climbrate 
  • Sinkrate
  • True Track Angle 
  • True Track Angle Rate 

Live API

Get your flight tracking parameters as a live data feed in XML or JSON format based on your individual requirements.

Post-Flight API

Request historic flight tracking data for flight trajectories, airside movements, meteorological information, flight testing and more, you name it. Let us know your requirements.

Meteorological Data

The AeroData uses surveillance data to derive meteorological data. All tracked aircraft are used as moving sensors that measure wind and temperature conditions indirectly at different locations and flight levels. Knowing the most recent wind direction and its respective speed provides advanced weather knowledge for higher situational awareness at airports and to compute more accurate weather models.


Wind speed and direction

atmospheric pressure

Barometric pressure


Air temperature


AeroData processes flight information data further and indicates a range of flight events on the ground and during departure and arrival. It provides knowledge based on an independent source of data. The KPIs can be used for the following applications.

Airside Monitoring
  • Quantitative measures of airport traffic
  • Ground utilization
  • Sustainability reporting
  • Identification of ground congestions
Situational Awareness
  • Congestions
  • Conflict handling
  • Ground staff allocation
  • Learning from best practises
Operational Performance
  • Airline competitive benchmarking
  • Taxi performance observations
  • Tracking of fuel saving procedures
  • Monitoring detours