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1 SLO – GIS Users Group Airports GIS (AGIS) September 8, 2011 Matt Cunningham, PLS Aviation Division Manager

2 September 8, 2011Airports GIS

3 Discussion Items Airports GIS: Brief History Airports GIS: Brief History NextGen NextGen Why AGIS? Why AGIS? Survey and Data Standards Survey and Data Standards AGIS Implementation AGIS Implementation ALP vs. eALP Comparison ALP vs. eALP Comparison September 8, 2011atgeosys.com

4 AGIS History No FAA standards for GIS No FAA standards for GIS Disparity in data management techniques Disparity in data management techniques No common coordinate system No common coordinate system Large volumes of spatial data in paper form Large volumes of spatial data in paper form No common data format No common data format Many airports with no spatial data management system in place Many airports with no spatial data management system in place Need for a standardized data collection and management system Need for a standardized data collection and management system September 8, 2011Atgeosys.com

5 NextGen Goals Comprehensive overhaul of National Airspace System Comprehensive overhaul of National Airspace System Move to Satellite-Based navigation from current Land-Based navigation Move to Satellite-Based navigation from current Land-Based navigation Enhance Safety Enhance Safety Reduce environmental impacts related to aviation Reduce environmental impacts related to aviation Enhance the flow of information Enhance the flow of information Make air travel more predictable – reduce delays Make air travel more predictable – reduce delays Make better, more informed infrastructure decisions Make better, more informed infrastructure decisions September 8, 2011Atgeosys.com

6 Why AGIS & NextGen? September 8, 2011Airports GIS

7 Create a national database of spatial data related to aviation Create a national database of spatial data related to aviation Create a central repository for all spatial data Create a central repository for all spatial data Reduce work redundancy Reduce work redundancy Standardize Data Standardize Data a.Data acquisition b.GIS schema c.Imagery d.Geodetic Control September 8, 2011Atgeosys.com

8 Survey Standards FAA AC 150/5300-16,-17,-18 & soon to be -19 FAA AC 150/5300-16,-17,-18 & soon to be -19 Geodetic Control – PACS & SACS Geodetic Control – PACS & SACS Imagery and Ground Surveys Imagery and Ground Surveys a.Statement of Work (SOW) b.FAA & NGS review of SOW c.Perform field work – data collection d.Testing of Survey data prior to submittal e.FAA & NGS data review & acceptance Handheld Mapping Grade GPS Handheld Mapping Grade GPS Remote Sensing Remote Sensing September 8, 2011Atgeosys.com

9 Truckee-Tahoe Airport Aerial Topographic Survey Compiled from Imagery with 0.25 max pixel resolution. September 8, 2011Airports GIS

10 Data Standards Drawing Set-up & Data Preparation – GIS vs CAD Drawing Set-up & Data Preparation – GIS vs CAD FAA Standard Layers, Feature Classes and Attributes FAA Standard Layers, Feature Classes and Attributes Metadata requirements Metadata requirements Workflow validation & acceptance Workflow validation & acceptance Validation Errors report Validation Errors report Validation Summary report Validation Summary report ESRI ArcGIS, Autodesk and Microstation data format ESRI ArcGIS, Autodesk and Microstation data format Aerial Imagery Aerial Imagery September 8, 2011Atgeosys.com

11 How Does AGIS Work? Airports submit and own data Airports submit and own data FAA hosts the data on their servers FAA hosts the data on their servers Airports manage the data Airports manage the data AGIS is web-based – no airport-based GIS needed AGIS is web-based – no airport-based GIS needed Airports can access their data via AGIS web portal Airports can access their data via AGIS web portal NGS provides the quality control for the safety critical data NGS provides the quality control for the safety critical data GIS data submittal is a requirement for new construction projects with FAA funding. GIS data submittal is a requirement for new construction projects with FAA funding. Data is not available to the general public. Data is not available to the general public. September 8, 2011Atgeosys.com

12 How Does AGIS Help to Meet NextGen Goals? Safety- o Higher quality data for obstructions o Higher quality data for NAVAIDS o Standardized data requirements for airport operations areas and safety critical equipment o More efficient way to share data o Makes it possible to put airport spatial data in the cockpit o Data can be used in Part 139 Inspections o Develop eNOTAMs o Reduces chances of CFITs o Reduces runway incursions or collisions September 8, 2011Atgeosys.com

13 How Does AGIS Help to Meet NextGen Goals? Satellite-Based Navigation o Provides the data of all airports in a common coordinate system o Data can be used in developing National Flight Procedures o NFDC info can be integrated o Airspace and Obstruction Analysis data o Data suitable for developing Precision Instrument Approach procedures September 8, 2011Atgeosys.com

14 How Does AGIS Help to Meet NextGen Goals? AIP funds to facilities with highest needs AIP funds to facilities with highest needs Tighter plane separations Tighter plane separations More planes in same airspace More planes in same airspace Less fuel consumed by planes Less fuel consumed by planes Fewer delays in commercial flights Fewer delays in commercial flights More direct routing More direct routing Improved flexibility of operations & procedures Improved flexibility of operations & procedures September 8, 2011Atgeosys.com

15 AGIS Implementation 2008 National AGIS Team created 2008 National AGIS Team created 3 Phases to AGIS deployment 3 Phases to AGIS deployment 1.2009 - Southwest region - Six airports, plus Atlanta Hartsfield 2.2010 - Remaining Regions – 30 Airports 3.2011-2025 – Incremental Projects – Phasing considered 2010-11 eALP beta-tests 2010-11 eALP beta-tests 2012 eALP v1.0 Deployment 2012 eALP v1.0 Deployment September 8, 2011Atgeosys.com

16 ALP vs. eALP All NPIAS airports reqd to have an ALP All NPIAS airports reqd to have an ALP Paper copies housed at multiple locations Paper copies housed at multiple locations Paper ALPs often have conflicting info Paper ALPs often have conflicting info NextGen needs real-time web-based access of the same version of docs NextGen needs real-time web-based access of the same version of docs September 8, 2011Atgeosys.com

17 Truckee-Tahoe Airport Phase 1 of FAA-Compatible GIS September 8, 2011Airports GIS

18 SLO – GIS Users Group Airports GIS (AGIS) September 8, 2011 Matt Cunningham, PLS Aviation Division Manager (805) 781-9296 matt@atgeosys.com


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