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Eagle SNAP™

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September, 2013 Team Eagle makes it a ‘SNAP™’ to report Canadian Runway Surface Conditions on an iPad® Team Eagle Ltd, with its global headquarters located in Campbellford, Ontario Canada, and offices across the United States, is pleased to announce the launch of its latest aviation application – ‘Eagle SNAP™’. SNAP™ short for “SNOWTAM Application’ is…

Red Deer Airport

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Red Deer Airport Improves Runway Safety March 11, 2013 – The Red Deer Airport (YQF) has enhanced runway safety by using modern runway surface condition reporting to share local winter airfield conditions quickly and efficiently. Earlier this month, the successful transmission of the airports surface condition report, which includes important information regarding pavement conditions, temperature and…

SNOWiz ‘go live’

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October 2012 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Automated runway surface condition reporting takes a big leap forward After months of testing, discussion, feedback, revision and finalization, Winnipeg Airports Authority, NAV CANADA and Team Eagle celebrated the successful ‘go-live’ of the much-anticipated automated runway surface condition reporting system ‘SNOWiz’. SNOWiz is an innovative web-based infrastructure capable of handling…

PIT Airfield Reporting

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Pittsburgh International Airport Combines Two Software Packages To Integrate Airfield Reporting. Please follow this link for a full story that was published in Airport Improvement Magazine – October 2012 issue.      

Enhanced Bowmonk Electronic Decelerometer now available for Canadian Airport Operators’ runway surface condition reporting needs.

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May 2012 TranSafe Technology, a Canadian distributor of the Bowmonk Electronic Decelerometer, and Team Eagle Ltd, a leading provider of airfield snow and ice control equipment and solutions, have partnered to provide Canadian airport operators with an enhanced airport decelerometer. The Bowmonk AFM2 electronic recording decelerometer has been on Transport Canada’s list of approved devices…

USAF receives two more Epoke Sirius Units

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This month, two more Epoke Sirius Bulk Chemical Spreaders have been delivered and installed at USAF bases in Oklahoma and Nebraska. Vance AFB in Oklahoma received an Epoke SW3501-2T 5m3. This is a slide-in twin spinner unit and the product of choice by USAF bases worldwide. Offutt AFB in Nebraska received an Epoke SW3501 3m,…

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