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A look at interesting ways FME Cloud can be used.

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  • 1. CONNECT. TRANSFORM. AUTOMATE. New Era of Aviation + FME Cloud = Safer Skies Randy Murphy President, Grafton Technologies, Inc.
  • 2. The Need  Runway incursions remain a problem 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 FOX Undercover revealed that there have been 34 runway incursions at Logan Airport from 2009 until February 2012
  • 3. The Need  Runway incursions remain a problem  Taxiway collisions are more frequent
  • 4. • Last year, an MIT statistics professor determined that the death risk for passengers of commercial airlines is one in 45 million flights. • According to The New York Times, a traveler could fly every day for 123,000 years and still be safe. • fatalities per 100 million passenger miles • 0.003 Schedules Airlines • 0.05 in Commercial Busses • 0.06 Passenger Trains • 0.61 in Automobiles • Air travel is also safer than walking. Traffic-related pedestrian accidents account for 1.58 deaths for every 100,000 people, according to the CDC.
  • 5. The Need  Runway incursions remain a problem  Taxiway collisions are more prominent  Regulatory changes made to improve safety
  • 6. The Need  Runway incursions remain a problem  Taxiway collisions are more prominent  Regulatory changes made to improve safety  Regulation being imposed
  • 7. The Need  Runway incursions remain a problem  Taxiway collisions are more prominent  Regulatory changes made to improve safety  Regulation being imposed The FAA "highly recommends … a proactive approach by reviewing all approach surfaces in advance of any flight check … to ensure they are clear, including any planned approaches … on the ALP," noting that, "if obstacle penetrations [are uncovered], there is a limited amount of time to act before procedures are impacted." The GAO recommends … “collaborate better with key stakeholders to facilitate the implementation of NextGen and enhance results”
  • 8. The Need  Runway incursions remain a problem  Taxiway collisions are more prominent  Regulatory changes made to improve safety  Regulation being imposed  Older and newer data mixed creates confusion
  • 9. The Need  Runway incursions remain a problem  Taxiway collisions are more prominent  Regulatory changes made to improve safety  Regulation being imposed  Older and newer data mixed creates confusion  Increased effort required  Update airport signage & marking  Identify and remove obstacles
  • 10. The Need  Runway incursions remain a problem  Taxiway collisions are more prominent  Regulatory changes made to improve safety  Regulation being imposed  Older and newer data mixed creates confusion  Increased effort required  Update airport signage & marking  Identify and remove obstacles  At more airports with fewer resources
  • 11. The Solution NextGen
  • 12. The Solution NextGen enabled by a great deal of data and complex processing
  • 13. The Solution NextGen enabled by complex processing of standardized data
  • 14. The Solution NextGen enabled by complex processing of standardized data to produce advanced output
  • 15. The Solution NextGen enabled by complex processing of standardized data to produce advanced output in an intuitive interface
  • 16. The Solution NextGen enabled by complex processing of standardized data to produce advanced output in an intuitive interface to the non-spatial users who need to know
  • 17. The Solution NextGen enabled by complex processing of standardized data to produce advanced output in an intuitive interface to the non-spatial users who need to know via cloud based technology
  • 18. Architecture
  • 19. The Result
  • 20. Signage & Marking
  • 21. Point is Set
  • 22. Enter Attributes
  • 23. Create Sign Message
  • 24. Add Photos, Documents & References
  • 25. The Result – Signage & Marking
  • 26. The Result – Signage & Marking
  • 27. Behind the Scenes Signs
  • 28. Airspace Analysis
  • 29. Data Developed Photographically
  • 30. The Result – Airspace Analysis
  • 31. Behind the Scenes Airspace
  • 32. Typical Data Development Flow SOW Establish Control Collect Aerials Plan Prepare Data • New & Existing • Airfield • Cadastral • Planning • Environmental • Regional • Utilities Gap Analysis Submit Verify Airport Input Load Q A Use Airspace Analysis Compile Planimetrics Field Survey
  • 33. Typical Data Development Flow SOW Establish Control Collect Aerials Plan Prepare Data • New & Existing • Airfield • Cadastral • Planning • Environmental • Regional • Utilities Gap Analysis Submit Verify Airport Input Load Q A Use Airspace Analysis Compile Planimetrics Field Survey
  • 34. Typical Data Development Flow SOW Establish Control Collect Aerials Plan Prepare Data • New & Existing • Airfield • Cadastral • Planning • Environmental • Regional • Utilities Gap Analysis Submit Verify Airport Input Load Q A Use Airspace Analysis Compile Planimetrics Field Survey
  • 35. Lower Cost, Higher Value
  • 36. Lower Cost + Increase Value Improved ROI Improved Safety
  • 37. Thank You!  Questions?  For more information:  Randy Murphy, RMurphy@GraftonTech.com  Grafton Technologies, Inc. CONNECT. TRANSFORM. AUTOMATE.