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PRESENTATION ETOD AIRSEAIR. Amendment 36 To ICAO Annex 15, Chapter 10.

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1 PRESENTATION ETOD AIRSEAIR

2 Amendment 36 To ICAO Annex 15, Chapter 10

3 Terrain & obstacle Data requirements are collected for 4 specific areas Area 1- Entire country territory. Area 2- Less than 45 kilometres and outside of aerodrome runway. Area meters from the runway centerline and 50 meters from the each of all others parts of the aerodrome movement area. Area meters prior to the runway threshold and 60 meters each side of the extended runway centerline.

4 Electronic terrain and obstacle data may be used in the following air navigation applications Ground proximity warning system with forward looking terrain avoidance function and Minimum Safe Altitude Warning (MSAW) system Determination of contingency procedures for use in the event of an emergency during a missed approach or take-off Aircraft operating limitations analysis Instrument procedure design (including circling procedure) Determination of In-route “drift-down” procedure and in-route emergency landing location Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (A- SMGCS) and Aeronautical chart production and on-board databases. In addition, the data may also be used in flight simulator and synthetic vision systems, and may assist in the height restriction or removal of obstacles that pose a hazard to aviation.

5 Area 1 Obstacles & Terrain - Entire Territory of a State Data Numerical requirement : Post Spacing (terrain) – 3 arc seconds (approx. 90 meters) Vertical Accuracy – 30 meters Vertical Resolution – 1 meter Horizontal Accuracy – 50 meters Confidence Level – 90% Data Classification-routine Integrity Level – 1x10 to the -3 Maintenance Period – as required

6 Area 2 Obstacles & Terrain - Terminal Control Area Data Numerical requirement : Post Spacing (terrain) – 1 arc second (approx 30 meters) Vertical Accuracy – 3 meters Vertical Resolution – 0.1 meter Horizontal Accuracy – 5 meters Confidence Level – 90% Data Classification-essential Integrity Level – 1x10 to the -5 Maintenance Period – as required

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9 Area 3Obstacles & Terrain - Aerodrome/Heliport Area Data Numerical requirement : Post Spacing (terrain) – 0.6 arc second (approx. 20 meters) Vertical Accuracy – 0.5 meters Vertical Resolution – 0.01 meter Horizontal Accuracy – 0.5 meter Confidence Level – 90% Data Classification-essential Integrity Level – 1x10 to the -5 Maintenance Period – as required

10 Area 4 Obstacles & Terrain Category II or III Area of Operation Data Numerical requirement : Vertical Accuracy – 1.0 meter Vertical Resolution – 0.1 meter Horizontal Accuracy – 2.5 meter Confidence Level – 90% Data Classification-essential Integrity Level – 1x10 to the -5 Maintenance Period – as required

11 Area 2a is a “Standard” Areas 2b, 2c, & 2d “Recommendations” Penetrations of the take-off flight path area obstacle identifications (Annex 4, ) and aerodrome obstacle limitation surfaces (Annex 14, Volume 1, Chapter 4)

12 Aerodrome Obstacle Limitation Surfaces Annex 14, Volume 1, Chapter 4

13 All fixed (whether temporary or permanent) and mobile objects, or parts thereof, that: a)are located on an area intended for the surface movement of aircraft, or b)extend above a defined surface intended to protect aircraft in flight, or c)stand outside those defined surfaces and that have been assessed as being a hazard to air navigation. Obstacle.

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15 Obstacle limitation surfaces Conical Transitional Approach Inner approach Strip Inner horizontal Conical Take-off climb B A A B Approach Take-off climb Inner horizontal Conical Transitional Section A-A Section B-B Approach Transitional Inner horizontal Inner approach

16 Dimensions and slopes of obstacle limitation surfaces Approach runways

17 When? Area 2a November 12, 2015

18 Traditional methods for survey and validation of data Request Survey missionLogisticProcess Reception and review of reports from: Authorities, pilots, contractors, third institutions, etc. Compliance of ICAO standards Validate new works, infraestructure Tickets, missions, transportation Local arrangements Team: 1 Topographer 2 Assistants Equipment: 1 GNSS Receiver 1 Total station 2 Tripods with handles 1 Accuracy level 1 Surveying Software 1 Software CAD Field measurement of points in WGS-84 Taking points on the track with the profile Electronic data storage or notes In office data is downloaded, processed or calculated The points are plotted and are located in CAD, Microstation or Google Earth programs..

19 Traditional methods of data collection and validation Factors that make difficult capturing and updating of data: Difficult topography and inaccessible sites Limitations in human resources & logistics Meteorological factors Personnel and equipment required Human Resource: A surveyor and two auxiliary Equipment: GPS, Total Station calibrated. Delay in data collection Surveys and validations are performed according to needs or reports received. Non-conformity of the data: Failures in the manipulation of data that impact the integrity and accuracy requirements.

20 AIRSEAIR Technological Solution

21 Innovative Technical Solution Airseair solution includes a combined approach of state of the art technologies to provide our customers a reliable, and easy tool to survey, maintain and control the electronic terrain and obstacle data.

22 Airseair proposes turn-key solutions with Satellites, LIDAR, High definition cameras, RPAS (Remote Piloted Aircraft Systems) with DG (direct GeoReferencing) adjustable to our clients requirements. Airseair uses Software compatibles to AIXM (Aeronautical Information Exchange Model) which complies with AIM (Aeronautical Information Management) standard.

23 AIRSEAIR Technological Solution Satellite imagery - Area 1 RPAS and LIDAR – Areas 2, 3 & 4 * RPAS: Remotely Piloted Aircraft System * LIDAR: Light Detection and Ranging

24 SATELLITE IMAGERY AREA 1 – Economically effective – Annex 15 compliant – Fast collection of data

25 RPAS with LIDAR RPAS areas 2, 3 & 4 Last technology sensors Solutions tailored to the surveys to be performed with high precision.

26 RPAS Aircraft RPAS application that enables quick and efficient aerial footage in difficult areas, resulting of complicated geographical, topographical and access roads conditions. Navigation systems with on board inertial augmentation and assisted automatic correction stations that allow significant reduction of ground control points and even completely autonomous geo- referencing of images.

27 LIDAR Airborne equipment. LIDAR sensors for gathering terrain and obstacles information which provides accuracies, resolutions and integrity superior to ICAO requirements

28 RPAS with LIDAR Supply of electronic maps of terrain and obstacles compatible with AIXM (Aeronautical Information Exchange Model)

29 AIRSEAIR Technological solution Advantages Promptness in obtaining electronic data. Improved integrity of the data obtained through the reduction of intermediate processes and human intervention in handling the data. Automated process. High reliability, accuracy and resolution of the data compliant ICAO Annex 15. Minimum impact to the operation of the airport.

30 AIRSEAIR Technological Solution Advantages Accessibility, filing, updating and easy data management Compatibility with standard software Easy access to difficult areas Use of new technologies compared with traditional methods represent significant savings in time, cost and maintenance. Optimizing the allocation of human talent

31 AIRSEAIR INTERNATIONAL SERVICES WE ARE HERE TO SOLVE YOUR INQUIRES AND GIVE SOLUTIONS TO YOUR REQUIREMENTS


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