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1 1 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Airports GIS | Update Presented to | Nebraska Aviation Symposium January 2011 Robert Bonanni, National Resource, AAS-101 Date | Wednesday: January 26, 2011

2 2 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Why Did FAA Create Airports GIS? Improve Efficiencies Airports, FAA, consultants Single, authoritative, accessible data source Reduce Costs to all Stakeholders Improve Safety Increased need for real-time data accuracy Support New Initiatives – Next Generation of Air Transportation (NextGen) A repository of airport information (not just survey data) A true paradigm shift in the way we do business… in the right direction

3 3 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Airports GIS other modules other modules Planning Module Planning Module Airports GIS Airports GIS O U T P U T Survey Data Collection Airports GIS at a High Level NFDC | eNASR data Remote Sensing Ground Surveys $ Natl Flt Procedures data iOE/AAA data electronic ALP Module eNOTAMs Module * NAVAIDS records/data ** Airport Design Module ** 139 Inspections Module ** Misc Financial Modules ** Compatible Land Use Module ** Misc Engineering Modules ** Misc Environmental Modules ** Aerial Photos Airport Planning 5010/NASR Data * Airport Ops | NOTAMS * Data | Other Agencies ** New Tech | LiDAR/GPS ** Data Transformation Reduced Redundancy Reduced Costs * In Development | ** Planned I N P U T Data Standards Collection Input AC150/ ,- 17,-18

4 4 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Airports GIS | End State Other Modules Planning Module Airports GIS FAA LOBs Agencies Industry Airports APPLYPUBLISHUSECOLLECTSTORECHECK DATA COLLECTIONSYSTEMDEPLOYMENT

5 5 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Airports GIS | Reality/Today Planning Module Airports GIS FAA LOBs Airports APPLYPUBLISHUSECOLLECTSTORECHECK Development/Deployment Perspective: ATMs; PCs; FAX; Internet; ; mobile phones; Google Earth

6 6 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Airports GIS | FY09-10 Accomplishments Emphasis on Survey Standards (Advisory Circulars) and Airports GIS website 800+ projects in the system (includes LPV/WAAS) Airports GIS Programming (software, website, modules) Completed electronic ALP proof-of-concept (Sept 2009) Transitioned from AIM to ARP (Fall 2010) Deployed -18B schema templates (DWG, DGN, and SHP) Outreach (on-going) and Training Deployed web-based training (IDLE), FAQs, and Airports GIS Help Desk ACC, ACI, AAAE, FAA conferences and workshops Initiated: external training (ACC); internal training (6 Regions by end of CY10) Initiated robust data collection/input efforts Phase I – 7 Airports (SW and SO Regions); Phase II – 30 Airports (All Regions) Increasing emphasis on Airports GIS deliverable for all projects AIP Grant/PFC requirement to incorporate on virtually all projects Obstruction surveys, construction projects, noise contours, land acquisition Tiger Team deployed to reduce data verification delays Issued Working Draft Guidance (see National Planning Website) Strategic Plan created and in review (includes preliminary BCA results) Transition Policy in review (target for implementation in Jan)

7 7 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Airports GIS | FY2011 Priorities Implement Transition Policy and finalize Strategic Plan Business Case (and tie-in with other LOBs) Data Collection Complete Phase I pilot program; marked progress on Phase II Fund additional robust data collection projects at high priority locations Address Growing Pains >>> see next slide Streamline data verification process (review: plans; control; imagery; data) Improve website software and project flow (project/partial vs. airport-centric) Complete deployable eALP module precursors (programming; beta-testing) Incorporate lessons learned from pilot projects into Advisory Circulars (for updating in FY2012) and programming Outreach and Training (on-going) Integrated Distance Learning Environment (IDLE) Continue additional internal/external workshops and outreach efforts Explanation of ROIs to airport community (from FAA field personnel) Begin planning for resident training course at FAA Academy

8 8 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Airports GIS | Addressing Immediate Challenges APPLYPUBLISHUSECOLLECTSTORECHECK Airports GIS FAA LOBs Airports Enhanced data verification process Improved Web Portal Cost Drivers; Timing eALP beta Transition Policy (for all Airport categories)

9 9 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Airports GIS Transition Policy | Premise Airports GIS ACs were applied too broadly too quickly Estimated 4,000 projects per year (staff is already very busy) One size of requirement does not fit all project types Industry and FAA have a steep learning curve Airports GIS system and processes not ready to handle demand ACs have kinks that need to be worked out Transitioning is the key to realizing program (and NextGen) benefits Program requirements need to be transitioned in practically Phased in to airports by size and relevance to NAS Enforce compliance as appropriate by project Improve awareness, education and support

10 10 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Transition Policy | Proposed Next Steps 1.Initiate/enforce requirements when there is a triggering event Any change to safety critical data, such as: New or lengthened runway Instrument procedure design Master Plan / eALP update 2.Then phase in (by relevance to NAS) Large/Medium Hubs: Now (FY10-11) Small/Non Hubs: 1 year (FY12) Top Non Primary: 2 years(FY13) Middle Tier GA: 3 Years(FY14) Lower Tier GA: 4 Years(FY15) Meanwhile, encourage the use of CADD standards identified in -18 draft Transition Policy | 2½ pages 67 comments from the field! 11 comments from APP-1/AAS-1

11 11 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Transition Policy | draft Timeline FY10FY11FY12FY13FY14FY15 IDLE Support Awareness Outreach & Education APP Policy Revise AC-18 New Tech Prioritized Verification Right-Size requirements Data Verification (where necessary) B Large & Medium Hub Airports Small and Non Hub Airports Top Non-Primary Middle Tier GA* Other GA* Phase In by Airport Hub Size and Relevance Unless Triggering Event & Encourage CAD Compliance A C Today Appox. level of effort

12 12 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Working Draft Policy | Potential Near-Term Updates Update to incorporate adoption of Transition Policy Identify data required (or optional) by project type Define where data is relevant and collected Update changes to data verification process NGS only verifies data for procedure design FAA/airport verifies data for planning and identification Reevaluate accuracy requirements Enable the use of more cost effective technology (satellite and LiDAR) Consider Field sentiment | enable the Regions to right size the requirements to their specific project needs

13 13 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Looking Forward | eALP Transition Airports GIS data collection and submittal Sponsor/FAA access to data through Airports GIS Legacy ALP (paper or PDF) Legacy ALP coordination and approval process Airports GIS data collection and submittal Sponsor/FAA access to data through Airports GIS Electronic Signatures (submittal and approval) eALP (geo-referenced PDF) with legacy ALP review and approval process Airports GIS data collection and submittal Sponsor/FAA access to data through Airports GIS Electronic eALP submittal Electronic eALP review and approval through Airports GIS Geo-referenced PDF (for use outside Airports GIS) Today End State Near Term Limited e-CapabilityOptimized EfficiencyIncreasing Efficiency

14 14 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Lessons Learned / Using Airports GIS | DFW DFW: LIVE Parking StatusDFW: Flight Track Analysis

15 15 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Airports GIS | Business Case Analysis (BCA) The FAA Office of Airports is preparing a Business Case Analysis for Airports GIS. Data and conclusions from the Business Case Analysis will be used to further guide the development and implementation processes of Airports GIS based on a review of the eALP Pilot Program and general lessons learned. We also want to better understand the full potential use of the data collected as part of the Airports GIS program, including internal and external FAA uses, and data that will be used in support of NextGen. For example, the Business Case Analysis will be used to provide financial data for the FAAs Investment Analysis of its Aeronautical Information Management (AIM). AIM is the FAA source for collecting, validating, storing, maintaining, and disseminating aeronautical data concerning the United States and its territories to support real-time aviation activities.

16 16 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Airports GIS | Business Case Analysis | NextGen Airport GIS provides accurate and up-to-date maps of airport facilities and equipment that is essential to NextGen systems and capabilities. As a result, Airports GIS is a key enabler for NextGen implementation. FAA office of Airports (ARP) is supporting the development of such a NextGen capability through the collection, formatting, and uploading of airport and aeronautical data as specified in the Airport Surveying-GIS Program. Because Airports GIS is part of NextGen, the Benefit Case Analysis must follow the general guidelines of the FAA Acquisition Management Policy (AMP) and Financial Investment Process. The BCA is being prepared in parallel to the Investment Analysis being conducted for AIM.

17 17 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Airports GIS | Business Case Analysis | Capabilities Key system capabilities/data to be assed in the BCA: Improved Collaboration: Immediately share comments and questions with FAA, airport, and consultant stakeholders for more efficient and effective resolution. Thorough Analysis: Measure heights, distances, and clearances of runways, taxiways, obstacles and other features in comparison with design standards. Access to Multiple Sources of Information: Gain one-stop access to a variety of airport mapping, operations, financial, and other data sources. Better Decisions: interpret information and make decisions (e.g. flight procedure minimums, protected critical areas, modifications to standards, and other safety determinations) faster and with greater confidence because data is consistently presented, current, comprehensive, and assured to be the required quality.

18 18 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Airports GIS | How will GIS help us do our job better and how often will we use Airports GIS data? Grant Review and Approval Project Eligibility Requirements Compatible Land Use Master Plans/ALP Obstruction Evaluation (OE) Database/Airspace Determination Runway Safety Area Determination Airports GIS will provide data to support airport construction, land-use planning, environmental compliance, categorical exclusions, recording of NAVAID records, 3-D visualization, and integration into other GIS efforts. Think about how we currently refer to geospatial data/maps related to: Environmental/NEPA Design Review Conformity to Plans and Specifications (As-Builts) Safety and Construction Phasing Compliance/Grant Obligations Land Acquisition

19 19 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ NextGen | Can you see the connection to Airports GIS data?

20 20 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ NextGen | Can you see the connection to Airports GIS data?

21 21 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Airports GIS | Measure and Quantify the Benefits Our focus can shift from processing data to using data to make informed decisions in a more timely manner. Primary benefactors External | Airport Sponsors External | Airport Consultants (primarily A&E firms) Internal | ARP personnel Internal | Other FAA Lines of Business Types of benefits Efficiency Benefits (i.e. Time/Cost Savings) Effectiveness Benefits

22 22 Federal Aviation Administration Airports GIS | Airport Engineering and Planning in the NextGen World January 26, 2011https://airports-gis.faa.gov/ Thank You: Questions Welcome!


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