OpenSky Tutorial @ DASC 2021
Our halcyon member Xavier Olive will run a tutorial on data analysis with OpenSky and his traffic library at the Digital Avionics Systems Conference 2021. It is available as a hybrid event on October 4, so you can sign up and attend from anywhere in order to kickstart your aviation data skills!
The 9th OpenSky Symposium: November 18/19
The Call for Papers for the 9th OpenSky Symposium is out! We are planning to have a hybrid event at Eurocontrol in Brussels this November and welcome contributions from all corners of our vast community!
Abstract Deadline extended to September 10th!
Update: Data for August 2021 is out now!
During the pandemic, we have began to publish a much requested research dataset for all flights that we have tracked since 2019. You can find more information here and the dataset here.
Relatedly, you can check out the Bank of England using OpenSky data to nowcast economic indicators in the COVID-19 crisis.
OpenSky and ATCO2 Project
We are excited to and proud to be part of a project called “AuTomatic COllection and processing of voice data from Air-Traffic Communications” (ATCO2), a project funded by European Commission under Horizon2020 framework.
ATCO2 project aims at developing automatic ATC voice data transcription system. The outcome of the project can potentially be used to make aviation safer and more efficient in so many ways.
The good news is that you, too, can participate in the project! We are looking for people to annotate and check the quality of automatically transcribed voice data.
Finished: Aircraft Localization Competition
We have teamed up with the AICrowd data science platform to bring aircraft localization research to the next level. Check out all information at AI Crowd: Aircraft Localization Competition and stay tuned for the code releases.
About the OpenSky Network
The OpenSky Network is a non-profit community-based receiver network which has been continuously collecting air traffic surveillance data since 2013. Unlike other networks, OpenSky keeps the complete unfiltered raw data and makes it accessible to academic and institutional researchers. With over 25 trillion ADS-B, Mode S, TCAS and FLARM messages collected from more than 3500 sensors around the world, the OpenSky Network exhibits the largest air traffic surveillance dataset of its kind. The mission of our non-profit association is to support open global air traffic research by universities and other not-for-profit institutions.
Find and track aircraft with our comprehensive database. You can also add and update information!
Unfiltered live API
Our live API comes with Java and Python bindings, but it can be used with any language that supports JSON-based REST APIs.
Browse through historical air traffic with our OpenSky Explorer.
Air Traffic Statistics
See up-to-date statistics on air traffic and our network on our Network Facts page.