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FLARM systems and devices are available from many different manufacturers. Some manufacturers specialize in devices for specific aircraft types. Devices without a built-in display must be connected to a FLARM Compatible display as a primary means of collision avoidance, and can in addition be connected to a secondary display for e.g. traffic awareness.

A FLARM system is only complete and approved if connected to a certified FLARM Compatible primary display. FLARM certification ensures that the display handles all communication with the FLARM device correctly, including collision warnings, status messages and error conditions. In addition, a FLARM system may also be connected to a secondary display for traffic awareness ("moving map"), but those displays will normally not show if e.g. the firmware is expired or if any other condition makes the system unusable or unreliable. The displays listed below are all certified as FLARM Compatible for use as a primary display, using the FLARM display protocol (ICD).

A FLARM system is only complete and approved if connected to a certified FLARM Compatible primary display. FLARM certification ensures that the display handles all communication with the FLARM device correctly, including collision warnings, status messages and error conditions. In addition, a FLARM system may also be connected to a secondary display for traffic awareness (“moving map”), but those displays will normally not show if e.g. the firmware is expired or if any other condition makes the system unusable or unreliable. The displays listed below may lack essential requirements for use as a primary display, including collision warnings. Some displays may not support the FLARM display protocol (ICD), but instead use other protocols, e.g. Garmin TIS.

Many tablet apps (iOS, Android) allow connections to FLARM systems to display proximate traffic. This can be a nice way to depict nearby aircraft under light to moderate traffic density conditions, in addition to the primary FLARM display. Note, however, that a FLARM system is only complete and approved if connected to a certified FLARM Compatible primary display as a primary means of collision avoidance. Apps will normally not expose FLARM collision warnings, show if e.g. the firmware is expired or if any other condition makes the system unusable or unreliable.

A FLARM installation needs at least one FLARM antenna and one GPS antenna. For antenna diversity, two FLARM antennas can be installed; normally one on top of the aircraft and one below. Systems with an ADS-B/SSR receiver also require a 1090 MHz antenna. Many systems/devices ship with internal antennas included (e.g. the GPS antenna can normally be installed on the glareshield). For most aircraft, external FLARM antennas are recommended.

Ground stations are special products sold to organizations for specific purposes. They can be used to detect and warn about traffic and/or to broadcast Alert Zones (AZN) to FLARM-equipped aircraft, warning them about e.g. active UAV or skydiver activity.

For OEMs, FLARM modules are available for integration into avionics or other products. They are sold in larger quantities and exist in different sizes with different features. Contact us for more information.

Several suppliers offer tracking, UTM and collision avoidance services based on FLARM. This makes it cost-effective to manage fleets of manned and unmanned aircraft without having on-premise infrastructure.

A wide range of accessories are available for both airborne and ground use. These accessories are connected to a FLARM system to add functionality or to extend already installed functionality.

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