Trotter Controls Completes v2track System Integration

Fort Worth, TX – Trotter Controls in partnership with v2track has completed the integration of the v2track system with the DataVault telemetry system widely used for telemetry / ATU reporting for aerial firefighting aircraft world-wide.

The v2track integration effort adds SAT/CELL communications capability to the DataVault platform and provides an additional hardware interface to the already impressive v2track platform capability.

The DataVault is able to connect to v2track via the DataVault’s internal iridium SAT modem or an optional external v2track supplied SAT/CELL modem to provide fire-fighting authorities and operators near real-time situational awareness of the aircraft’s position and delivery location.

V2track is fully AFF approved for use with the DataVault platform family of telemetry products including the FRDS GEN III DataVault system used for Air Tractor AT802F aircraft.

The v2track platform has proven itself in various applications world-wide and is a valued affiliate / partner, offering sound industry experience, knowledgeable support and cost-effective pricing.  Please visit their website at for more information about their product offerings.

Trotter Controls and our affiliates / partners are committed to providing state of the art fire-fighting equipment and telemetry products for the aviation industry.

“v2track and Trotter Controls provided McDermott Aviation with fantastic support when integrating their v2track V5 and DataVault into our Bell 214B’s. This combination of tracking device and tank computer from two specialists in their fields has provided the crucial reliability and quality data that we need for aerial firefighting.” Damien Lindsay, McDermott Aviation.

More information on the DataVault telemetry and control platform can be found at

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