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Supporting Situational Awareness at LAX using FME Server

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Los Angeles International Airport is a dynamic airport undergoing massive changes to its infrastructure and facilities. Yet, the airport and its employees continue to serve over 60 million passengers a year. Because of these demands, airport operations, maintenance, police, and emergency personnel require accurate and current situational data. LAX uses FME Server to coordinate and automate the collection of disparate GIS data sources into one uniform location. Geospatial data is collected from multiple departments utilizing CAD, GIS, property management, and maintenance management systems. FME server is used to check the data for quality and compatibility then, formats the data into an ArcGIS geodatabase. This database supports the NICE Situator Desktop and Web Application that tracks incidents at the airport from plumbing leaks and fuel spills to police activity and airfield operations. Combining these resources provides LAX management and field user’s powerful data and tools to analyze and respond to incidents throughout the campus. These systems together will support LAX and its employees through its current changes and into the future.

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Supporting Situational Awareness at LAX using FME Server

  1. 1. Supporting Situational Awareness at LAX using FME Server Betty Dong GIS Supervisor II, LAWA Michael Sabbatino GIS Project Manager, AECOM
  2. 2. Supporting Situational Awareness !  Introduction !  Los Angeles World Airports Collaboration with NICE !  Supporting Airport Response Coordination Center (ARCC) !  Submit and respond to incidents from field via iPad !  Base maps from disparate datasets support application are collected with FME Server
  3. 3. Supporting Situational Awareness !  In the beginning… !  Engineering data (CAD base maps, Oracle) !  Environmental/Noise Data !  Lease Database (PropWorks) !  Maximo (Work Order System) !  Coordination and Logistics Management (CALM) !  Nice Situator (Incident Management) !  All distinct systems with some sharing
  4. 4. Supporting Situational Awareness !  The Opportunity !  Bring databases together !  Share information automatically !  Build redundant database for mission critical functions !  Format data and streamline for stakeholders
  5. 5. Supporting Situational Awareness
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  8. 8. FME Supporting Situational Awareness
  9. 9. Supporting Situational Awareness !  Bring in the Data
  10. 10. Supporting Situational Awareness !  Format the Data !  Simple Filter and Tester !  Removed over 16,000 unnecessary records. !  One of 8 level floor plans !  Initial run took 8 Hours on Laptop !  Now takes < 1 hour at night !  Levels draw faster for GIS Desktop Users !  Reduced map cache size
  11. 11. Supporting Situational Awareness !  Data Compatibility
  12. 12. Supporting Situational Awareness !  Joining the Data !  Brings together 4 Systems using uniform space naming convention !  Work Order (Maximo) !  Situator !  Properties !  Engineering
  13. 13. Supporting Situational Awareness !  The Results !  Positive user feedback !  End User Engagement !  Additional Configuration and expansion requested. !  Lessons Learned !  Stakeholder buy in !  Finalize data standards before implementation
  14. 14. Supporting Situational Awareness !  The Road Ahead !  Additional data sources !  Maintenance and Updates to data !  Improve and Format Services !  Data Presentation
  15. 15. Thank You! !  Questions? !  For more information: !  Michael Sabbatino michael.sabbatino@aecom.com AECOM !  Betty Dong bdong@lawa.org Los Angeles World Airports !  http://www.LAWA.ORG

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