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SYS aircraft ID in traffic display


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What is a SYS  label followed by a number ( e.g. SYS23) aircraft ID in other traffic display through pilotaware? Some aircraft show their call sign but I have several aircraft symbols with a 'SYSxx' label. Does it mean they have not filled in the aircraft registration in the  pilotaware system?
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Bill

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Shawbury heli traffic, with their ADS-B carrying their military call signs.
Edited 12/29/2018 9:44:35 AM by grahamb
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grahamb - 12/29/2018 6:01:30 AM
Shawbury heli traffic, with their ADS-B carrying their military call signs.

Thanks Graham, this makes sense as most of them seem to operate at low level as Shawbury helis do around Sleap; just very confusing that they have an aircraft symbol but all Shawbury traffic is usually helicopters. 
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B.

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baltzop - 12/29/2018 10:53:44 AM
grahamb - 12/29/2018 6:01:30 AM
Shawbury heli traffic, with their ADS-B carrying their military call signs.

Thanks Graham, this makes sense as most of them seem to operate at low level as Shawbury helis do around Sleap; just very confusing that they have an aircraft symbol but all Shawbury traffic is usually helicopters. 
Regards
B.

I wonder if SD can differentiate between fixed wing and heli ADS-B Out data? Would be good if it can.
Tony

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Yes, helicopters should be shown with an appropriate symbol in SkyDemon. If they are not, it means their ADS/B output hasn't been configured with the correct airframe type.
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