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Presentation at the AGI W3G 2011 Unconference in Nottingham on how Geo plays a key role in aviation and air traffic control.

Presentation at the AGI W3G 2011 Unconference in Nottingham on how Geo plays a key role in aviation and air traffic control.

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  • Our products, provide two core software products: GO Loader and GO Publisher which allow organisations to load, publish, visualise and share information using Open data exchange web services and can be mapped onto the AIM architecture.The next slides shall give you a summary of how we have implemented these web services in the various aviation pilots and interoperability test beds. It should be noted that although these services are new to the aviation domain our products and services are mature and are running operationally in a large mission critical infrastructures.
  • But why use a WFS to provide access to KML. The big advantage is that you can leverage the querying capability of the WFS to only return data for a specified area – which reduces the amount of information exchanged which is really important where there is a lot of data (such as the obstacle data) which can choke the clients and take a long time to visualise.By providing access to data in KML via a web service it means that as soon as any changes are made to the underlying data this is reflected in the KML data accessible through the service.

Geo takes to the skies (W3G 2011) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Can GEO fly this plane, and land it?
    Surely you can’t be serious
    I am serious…
    ….and don’t call me Shirley!
  • 2. http://www.flickr.com/photos/superlocal/273964362/
  • 3. www.sesarju.eu/
    www.faa.gov/nextgen/
  • 4. Increasing number of flights (Europe: 30k flights per day)
    Meeting future capacity, safety and environmental requirements
    Europe: Single European Sky / SESAR
    US: NextGen
    Sharing aeronautical information by using exchange models:
    AIXM : Aeronautical Information
    WXXM : Weather
    FIXM : Flight Information
    Based on ISO and OGC open standards (GML, WFS, etc.)
    Background
  • 5. NOTAM (Notice to Airmen)
    NOTAMs are issued (and reported) for a number of reasons, such as:
    hazards such as air-shows, parachute jumps, kite flying, rocket launches, etc.
    flights by important people such as heads of state (sometimes referred to as Temporary Flight Restrictions, TFRs)
    closed runways
    inoperable radio navigational aids
    military exercises with resulting airspace restrictions
    inoperable lights on tall obstructions
    temporary erection of obstacles near airfields (e.g. cranes)
    passage of flocks of birds through airspace (a NOTAM in this category is known as a BIRDTAM)
    notifications of runway/taxiway/apron status with respect to snow, ice and standing water (a SNOWTAM)
    notification of an operationally significant change in volcanic ash or other dust contamination (an ASHTAM)
    software code risk announcements with associated patches to reduce specific vulnerabilities
  • 6.
  • 7.
  • 8. Roger Murdock: Flight 2-0-9'er, you are cleared for take-off. Captain Oveur: Roger! Roger Murdock: Huh? Tower voice: L.A. departure frequency, 123 point 9'er. Captain Oveur: Roger! Roger Murdock: Huh? Victor Basta: Request vector, over. Captain Oveur: What? Tower voice: Flight 2-0-9'er cleared for vector 324. Roger Murdock: We have clearance, Clarence. Captain Oveur: Roger, Roger. What's our vector, Victor? Tower voice: Tower's radio clearance, over! Captain Oveur: That's Clarence Oveur. Over. Tower voice: Over. Captain Oveur: Roger. Roger Murdock: Huh? Tower voice: Roger, over! Roger Murdock: What? Captain Oveur: Huh? Victor Basta: Who? 
  • 9. Screenshot from digital NOTAM trial using AIXM 5 (by TUD)
  • 10.
  • 11. SHARE
    Create & maintain
    Decision-support
    Airport
    Weather
    Airspace
    Terrain & Obstacles
    Procedures
    e-AIP
    Charting
    Meteorology
    Briefing
    Surveillance
    Surveillance
    Flight and Flow
    Security
    PUBLISH
    VISUALISE
    LOAD
    Apache FUSE ESB or Application Server
    WEB SERVICES
    KML web service
    GO Loader
    WFS-T 2.0
    Event Publisher
    WFS 2.0
    Exchange Models:
    • AIXM 4.5, 5, 5.1
    • 12. Digital NOTAM
    • 13. WXXM 1.1
    • 14. AMXM
    • 15. KML
    HTTP(S)/SOAP messages
    Single Authoritative Source
  • 16. 4D Visualisation
    ESSA airport: Open
    ESSA airport: Closed
  • 17. Goals
    Decrease risk factor by 3
    Increase capacity by at least 70%
    Reduce environmental impact by each flight by 10%
    Shrink the ATM cost of each flight by half
  • 18. Richard Rombouts
    richard.rombouts@snowflakesoftware.com
    @RichRombouts
  • 19. Follow us
    www.snowflakesoftware.com/aviation/
    www.linkedin.com(GML-group)
    www.youtube.com/snowflakesoftware
    www.flickr.com/photos/snowflakesoftware/
    twitter.com/sflakesoftware
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