OGN stands for Open Glider Network - originally designed to make it easier to find missing aircraft.
The position data of the Flarm systems of aircraft are received via the OGN antenna and transmitted to the OGN database via the OGN receiver e.B. speed, altitude, flight route, position and many other information. All the data can now be retrieved online in real time.B enabling flight instructors to monitor their flight students more easily and accurately.
In addition, the flight data can be easily transferred to the flight data acquisition via the Vereinsflieger.de administration program. This provides a much easier billing of flights for the club.