Aeronautical Information    Management based on GISProduction of Aerodrome Obstacle Charts          Aeronautical Informati...
Who we are?    • Aeronautical Information Service (AIS)   Why         • Transition of the aeronautical changing?     infor...
Who we are?Aeronautical Information ServiceThe Aeronautical Information Service provides aeronauticalinformation about the...
Who we are?Aeronautical Information ServiceAll the information is published and distributed in a global way asan “Air Info...
Who we are?Aeronautical Information ServiceFurthermore, AIS Spain publishes specific aeronauticalcartography and operation...
Why changing?   AIS/AIM Transition                          AIS/AIM Transition                           New EU      Updat...
GIS SolutionSystem Description GIS technology enables an effective management of geographical and aeronautical information...
GIS SolutionSystem DescriptionThe use of a GIS allows an optimal transition into a digitalmodel, providing an automated pr...
GIS SolutionBBDD Edition
Chart ProductionAeronautical Charts   Enroute Chart (1/2.000.000)
Chart ProductionAeronautical Charts   Area Chart
Chart ProductionAeronautical Charts   Visual Approach Chart
Online mapsAeronautical Information Web Viewer
Online mapsAeronautical Information Web Viewer
Data processingAerodrome Obstacle Charts
Data processingAerodrome Obstacle ChartsAerodrome Obstacle Charts shall be made available for allaerodromes regularly used...
Data processingAerodrome Obstacle Load
Data processingAerodrome Obstacle Load
Data processingAerodrome Obstacle Load
Data processingAerodrome Take-off Flight Path Area
Data processingAerodrome Take-off Flight Path Area
Data processingAerodrome Take-off Flight Path Area
Data processingAerodrome Obstacle Calculation
Data processingAerodrome Obstacle Calculation
Aeronautical Information    Management based on GISProduction of Aerodrome Obstacle Charts                    Thank you!  ...
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Presentation by Leonardo Peinado and Javier Fenoll on Esri European User Conference 2011 about the Aeronautical Information Service of Spain.

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Aena: Aeronautical Information Management Based on GIS

  1. 1. Aeronautical Information Management based on GISProduction of Aerodrome Obstacle Charts Aeronautical Information Service Leonardo Peinado AIS Spain Javier Fenoll lpeinado@aena.es jfenoll@aena.es
  2. 2. Who we are? • Aeronautical Information Service (AIS) Why • Transition of the aeronautical changing? information service into a digital model • Centralized system based on GIS Geodatabase in a central location for easy access and managementGIS Solution Different operations: Chart production Online maps Data processing
  3. 3. Who we are?Aeronautical Information ServiceThe Aeronautical Information Service provides aeronauticalinformation about the services, facilities, regulations andprocedures affecting air operations in the Spanish airspace inorder to assure security, regularity and efficiencyAIS is responsible for the information related to: Airports Facilities Air space
  4. 4. Who we are?Aeronautical Information ServiceAll the information is published and distributed in a global way asan “Air Information Package“ (AIP)
  5. 5. Who we are?Aeronautical Information ServiceFurthermore, AIS Spain publishes specific aeronauticalcartography and operational manuals
  6. 6. Why changing? AIS/AIM Transition AIS/AIM Transition New EU Updating Regulation Chart products Digital services (ADQ) Dynamic Amendment Quality Short Data Electronic Digital AIPinformation cycles requirements deadlines integrity charts
  7. 7. GIS SolutionSystem Description GIS technology enables an effective management of geographical and aeronautical information EAD System interconnectionsGeographical data Online maps INSIGNIA AERO eTOD Aeronautical data Analysis/Data processing TOPO Data edition Chart production
  8. 8. GIS SolutionSystem DescriptionThe use of a GIS allows an optimal transition into a digitalmodel, providing an automated process that improves workefficiency and quality while assuring data integrity throughout thewhole information process.ArcGIS for Desktop enables the creation of a geodatabase thatstores all the information in a central location for easy access andmanagement.Additionally the PLTS Aero and PLTS Foundation functionalitiesare used to add all the aeronautical information and spatial data,and the Data Interoperability extension to import data fromdifferent sources and formats into the geodatabase.
  9. 9. GIS SolutionBBDD Edition
  10. 10. Chart ProductionAeronautical Charts Enroute Chart (1/2.000.000)
  11. 11. Chart ProductionAeronautical Charts Area Chart
  12. 12. Chart ProductionAeronautical Charts Visual Approach Chart
  13. 13. Online mapsAeronautical Information Web Viewer
  14. 14. Online mapsAeronautical Information Web Viewer
  15. 15. Data processingAerodrome Obstacle Charts
  16. 16. Data processingAerodrome Obstacle ChartsAerodrome Obstacle Charts shall be made available for allaerodromes regularly used by international civil aviation,except for those aerodromes where there are no obstacles inthe take-off flight path areas.Obstacles to be represented are calculated depending on theirelevation and relative position with other obstacles and thetake-off flight path area according to ICAO Annex 4 to theConvention on International Civil Aviation AeronauticalCharts, 11th Edition July 2009.Steps to calculate the obstacles to be represented: • Load in the database all aerodrome obstacles • Calculate the Take-off Flight Path Area according to Annex 4 • Calculate the obstacles to be represented according to Annex 4
  17. 17. Data processingAerodrome Obstacle Load
  18. 18. Data processingAerodrome Obstacle Load
  19. 19. Data processingAerodrome Obstacle Load
  20. 20. Data processingAerodrome Take-off Flight Path Area
  21. 21. Data processingAerodrome Take-off Flight Path Area
  22. 22. Data processingAerodrome Take-off Flight Path Area
  23. 23. Data processingAerodrome Obstacle Calculation
  24. 24. Data processingAerodrome Obstacle Calculation
  25. 25. Aeronautical Information Management based on GISProduction of Aerodrome Obstacle Charts Thank you! Aeronautical Information Service Leonardo Peinado AIS Spain Javier Fenoll lpeinado@aena.es jfenoll@aena.es

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