Presentation on theme: "GIS for Aviation: Case for eTOD Management"— Presentation transcript:
1 GIS for Aviation: Case for eTOD Management Owen Luchu
2 Overview Introduction Industry goals Esri Aeronautical solution AIS data modeleTOD supportDemo
3 GIS Introduction Data Management Information Charts Relationships MobileWebDesktopProductsAIXMInformationData ManagementAnalysisResultsChartsEnterpriseGISRelationshipsPatternsTrends
4 Industry goals Good, fast, and cost-effective Authoritative data Improve the speed and accuracy of data/chartsStreamline workflows for efficiencyAuthoritative dataProduce data that can be trustedShare and exchangeCommercial-off-the-shelf solutionEliminate the need to develop custom code or scriptsFor most of us we are dealing with the same industry challengesWe need to get out a good product and we need to get it out as fast as possibleAnd we also need to be cost effective so we can get value for money when we do itWe also want our data to be considered authoritative, if we give out data to our customers and they don’t trust it, it is not very valuable to them or usWe also need a means of sharing and a way of exchanging data/product – incorporating it in our ever growing databasesFinally, we all want to go with off-the-shelve solution – coz this eliminates the need to develop, or script, updating – cumbersome/overhead costs
5 Esri Aeronautical Solution Esri Aeronautical Solution includes tools and features to enable aeronautical information capture, management and database-driven cartographic production of aeronautical charts.Chart production agencies could leverage the technology to produce new productsAutomated way to import/Export AIXM data and share among agencies
6 Esri Aeronautical Solution Components Key FeaturesData Management Tools; Import and export of AIXM 4.5, centralized data management, manage obstacle data using an eTOD compliant data model.Product Management Tools; for symbology and text via the Visual Specifications, manage products, detailed cartography.Quality Control Tools; to streamline production workflow, automated quality control, tracking and controlling editing processes in a multi-user environmentCreate, visualize, analyze, and disseminate critical data from AIS.Automatically update charts through the AIS to reduce data latency, redundancy, and errors.Produce a wide range of charting products, including International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)-compliant charts, from a central database.Share data using the Aeronautical Information Exchange Model (AIXM).Efficiently generate aeronautical charts for route planning, in-flight navigation, and takeoff and landing.
7 Esri Production Mapping AeronauticalNauticalDefenseResourceCentersEsri Production MappingCartographyEditingArcGIS Data ReviewerWorkflowManagerThis is where Esri Production mapping fits in -This can be purchased as a separate extensionArcGIS Data Reviewer can be purchased as a separate extensionWorkflow manager which comes with task assistant –can be purchased separatelyBuilt on top of that we have some specific solutions in areas such as Aeronautical, Defense,TaskAssistant
8 AIS Geodatabase AIS database is the central component AIXMAIS database is the central componentIt contains features, specifications, rules and historyData updates being managed by workflow managerAfter the updates, they are pushed into cartographic database, which contains reference to the original features, - add specific fields that help display features cartographicallyWhen the cartographic manipulation is complete, it can be pushed out to a number of traditional products for printingBesides that, the same data can be used to feed a variety of web servicesAIXM
9 Overview of eTODObstacle: All fixed and mobile objects that are located on an area intended for the surface movement of aircraft or that extend above a defined surface intended to protect aircraft in flight.Data is defined by four coverage areas around any airport, and stored in a geodatabase with ICAO-defined attributes for the obstacle and terrain feature classes.
10 eTOD feature classAIS data model schema accommodates data to meet the eTOD requirementsThe model includes four feature classes-Point Obstacle,Line Obstacle,Polygonal Obstacle,Obstacle Area.Rules: ensure that participating authorities capture and manage obstacle and terrain data necessary for aviation maps and charts, as required by ICAO.Metadata: information on data including the source, data accuracy, date of acquisition among others.
11 DemoImport AIXM dataLoad obstacle data into AISQuality control
12 Summary - Technology platform Esri Aeronautical SolutionEsri Production MappingArcGIS Data ReviewerArcGIS Workflow ManagerArcGIS Desktop (Advanced)ArcSDE TechnologyDatabase (Oracle, SQL, etc.)Other extensions:3D AnalystSpatial AnalystData InteroperabilityEsri AeronauticalSolutionArcGIS DesktopArcSDE TechnologyGeodatabaseOracle,SQL Server