ClearView users have the capability to benchmark their fleet of aircraft, compared to different segments of the aviation industry. Benchmarking is interactive, in that a user will adjust what they want to benchmark and then they can view the results instantaneously within the dashboard.
ClearView offers dynamic flight mapping which provides a user with a visual picture of global activity. From these visuals a user will be able to identify the busiest region(s) and will have the capability to view activity all the way down to the individual flight itself. The result is a dynamic experience that takes you from a global perspective and moves you to the actionable information you’re looking for.
With multiple filtering options and data points a user can start with the whole world at their fingertips and narrow their data point down to a specific aircraft type, aircraft category, World region, time period, operational category, airport or fleet.
ClearView provides targeted, strategic information by bringing together several of the world’s largest business aviation databases and combining them with Global ADS-B aircraft position data and sourced flight plan data.
Every flight in our database must go through an operational and aircraft classification process. This process identifies the operational nature of the aircraft, and it classifies the aircraft type for additional reporting options. This is how we identify airline operations, charter operations, cargo operations, etc. Additionally, every flight is vetted through our database and is tagged with a fuel burn (if available), a flight time and a nautical mile distance.