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Only 226 days left until U.S. ADS-B mandate
Only 384 days left until EU ADS-B mandate


ADS-B Transponder Compliance and Integrity Monitoring
Real Time - Europe and U.S.A.

Latest report: Sunday, 19 May 2019 15:28 UTC - Total aircraft monitored: 105716


Daily ADS-B Transponder Equipage and Integrity Highlights

ADS-B MOPS Version 2 Equipage - Regional Aircraft

Total aircraft monitored: 2732
(No ADS-B, Version 0, 1, 2)

This graph shows the real time equipage of ADS-B MOPS Version 0, 1 and 2 of all regional aircraft monitored, i.e. Bombardier, Embraer, Avro, ATR and Suhkoi commercial aircraft.

Only those aircraft equipped with a MOPS Version 2 transponder will be compliant from 2020 within EU and U.S., subject to their individual adherence to all data requirements.

Tomorrow at this point: "ADS-B MOPS Version 2 Equipage - Business Jet fleet"

Navigational Accuracy Category for Position (NACp) - ADS-B MOPS Version 2

Total aircraft monitored: 18315
(Version 2 - EU mandate)

This graph shows the real time NACp of all ADS-B MOPS Version 2 aircraft monitored.

Only those MOPS Version 2 aircraft transponders providing, among other parameters, a NACp of equal to or better than 7 (<0.1 NM) for EU, and equal to or better than 8 (<0.05 NM) for U.S. airspace will be compliant from 2020, subject to their individual adherence to all other data requirements.

Tomorrow at this point: "Navigational Accuracy Category for Velocity (NACv)"


ADS-B Version 2 Equipage - Business Jet Fleet

Total aircraft monitored: 10647
(No ADS-B, Version 0, 1, 2)

This graph shows the real time equipage of ADS-B MOPS Version 2 transponders of business jet aircraft, in relation to all business jet aircraft monitored (in %).

Only those aircraft equipped with a MOPS Version 2 transponder will be compliant from 2020 within EU and U.S., subject to their individual adherence to all data requirements.

Tomorrow at this point: "ADS-B MOPS Version 2 Transponder Equipage - Boeing fleet"


ADS-B Transponder Compliance Status and Forecast

Annual ADS-B Report (April 2018)

This report will be followed up in April 2019.

Until April 2018 the number of mainline jets (Airbus, Boeing) equipped with a compliant ADS-B MOPS 2 transponder has increased to 25.0%. Due to new compliance problems appearing in some fleets the true compliance rate is lower, though. With the current upgrade rate and taking into account new deliveries and retirements the mandate cannot be met unless more than 240 aircraft will be upgraded in each of the remaining 25 months. The actual upgrade rate is approx. 30 a/c per month.

Until April 2018 the regional aircraft equipage has increased to 17.8%. 32 a/c must be converted per month to achieve the June 2020 mandate. However, we understand that for certain older airframes a STC is still not available to install the required MOPS 2 transponder.

Business jet equipage has slightly improved to 45.6% up to April 2018. Only Dassault and Gulfstream fleet equipage exceeds 60%, while all other fleets stay well below 30%. For some fleets STCs for a MOPS 2 transponder upgrade are not available yet.

Featured report: Light aircraft ADS-B equipage

ADS-B is often seen as a solution to enhance low airspace and VFR flight safety.The availability of certified low cost ADS-B transponders and GPS devices is rapidly increasing thanks to the big demand due to the 2020 U.S. ADS-B mandate. As the EU mandate does not cover light aircraft the current EU equipage rate remains very low and no incentives are yet seen to have aircraft owners upgrade their aeroplane. E.g. for the fleet of D-Exxx light airplanes (single engine, MTOW below 2,000 kgs) our status report shows an ADS-B equipage rate of nearly 10% only (all MOPS types) (April 2018). Only these transponders squitter position, altitude, speed and other essential data and can be seen by aircraft that are ADS-B-in equipped.






About this web service

This web service provides ADS-B background information and real time ADS-B equipment compliance and integrity data as they are received by our PlaneTRack ADS-B ground stations across Europe and the U.S. Data are derived from ADS-B airborne and surface messages. In addition aircraft without an ADS-B transponder are counted according to their Mode-S replies, as available.

Compliance and integrity data on this site are updated daily.

Our Daily ADS-B Transponder Equipage and Integrity Highlights at the top of this page show three other sets of graphical analysis every 24 hours.

Terms of data access: General equipage and integrity data and statistics are available without registration. Detailed fleet and tailsign compliance data require registration. Registration for a COMPLIMENTARY SUBSCRIPTION is accepted for eligible parties as listed in the right hand column.

To support the industry ahead of the 2020 U.S. and EU ADS-B mandates this site answers these essential questions:

For Avionics OEMs: How many aircraft need upgrades to ADS-B MOPS (Minimum Operational Performance Standard) Version 2 until 2020?

For Aircraft Operators: Which tailsigns in my fleet need upgrades to ADS-B MOPS Version 2? What is the actual ADS-B performance of tailsigns already equipped with ADS-B MOPS Version 2?

For ANSPs and authorities/regulators: What is the current ADS-B MOPS Version 2 compliance rate? Which tailsigns/fleets are equipped with ADS-B MOPS Version 2? What is their actual ADS-B performance?

For MROs: What is the demand for ADS-B MOPS Version 2 upgrades until 2020?

For Third Party Users that use ADS-B data for information purposes: Which tailsigns/fleets provide position data with high accuracy and integrity?




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