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GlobaLog® is the world’s most advanced and accurate tool for managing the risk of overexposure to cosmic radiation while airborne.

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Are you a frequent flyer ?

GlobaLog® is the world’s most advanced and accurate tool for managing the risk of overexposure to cosmic radiation while airborne.

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Are you an airline company?

Airlines can benefit from our programmes by..

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Are you aware of how radiation affects you during your flight?

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CO2 Emissions

Global Aviation Data A/S is a Danish company funded by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation in cooperation with the Centre for Advanced Technology associated with the Risoe National Laboratory. Global Aviation Data A/S also works with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and with aviation physicians and cancer researchers. Furthermore the Danish Space Research Institute has endorsed the mathematical basis and methodology of the extremely complicated calculations for the system. This system is called GlobaLog®.

GlobaLog® is the world’s most advanced and accurate tool for managing the risk of overexposure to cosmic radiation while airborne. Medical research has documented a significant correlation between overexposure to cosmic radiation and certain types of cancer. This is why Global Aviation Data A/S handles the administrative and reporting procedures necessary to comply with existing and future national and international legislation and regulation concerning cosmic radiation. Read more

The Service we can offer frequent flyers, airlines and CO2 emissions are all ISO certified: ISO 9001 & IQNet 9001

Are you a frequent flyer ?

  • Comply with legislation
  • Inform the company when employees are
  • about to exceed the radition limit
  • 1 Euro pr. flight leg
  • A GlobaLog® certificate

Are you an Airline ?

  • A minute-by-minute account
  • Comply with legislation
  • Organize the working schedules.
  • Pilot Logbook – in conformity with FAR and JAR

Radiation

Problems concerning radiation described by NASA.