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Modernising Aeronautical InformationManagement by Snowflake Software was presented by Debbie Wilson at the INSPIRE Conference in Krakow, 2010. It describes the steps towards a digital and modernernised Aeronautical Information Management System as defined by the NextGen and SESAR projects.
  • 1. Modernising Aeronautical Information Management Debbie Wilson – Business Consultant
  • 2. Context • Air Traffic flows are estimated to be 2-3 times higher by 2025 than today • Both initiatives aim to develop secure, net-centric information services that: – Provide a common operating picture enabling access to right information, in right place at right time – Enable end to end information management – Improve aeronautical safety and efficiency
  • 3. Future Air Traffic Management Systems • Effective information exchange is at the heart of future ATM – SWIM – Data Exchange Models IT infrastructure program to develop a SOA that will provide aeronautical and weather data to authorized users Used in OWS -7 Aviation Thread
  • 4. OWS-7 Aviation Thread Evaluation & Advancement of AIXM • Serve, filter & update using WFS-T 2.0 • Dynamic portrayal using FPS • Metadata & Code lists • Validate WFS against Business Rules Evaluation & Advancement of WXXM • 4D weather data cube • Event Architecture • Time model Advancement of Event Notification Architecture • Multiple sources/types of events/schemas • WFS-T updates Integration of WFS onto SWIM Environment • WFS deployment on FUSE • FAA SWIM security • Ambitious 6 month project: Jan-June 2010
  • 5. Demonstration Scenarios • Two scenarios were developed to represent real-world ATM processes for: 1. Transatlantic flight (USA – Estonia) 2. Charter Flight (USA – Canada) • Both scenarios covered: – Flight planning – Pre-flight briefing – In-flight monitoring and assistance: • Diversion due to severe icing at destination airport (scenario 1) • Diversion due to volcanic ash plume (scenario 2)
  • 6. Flight dispatch system
  • 7. Data Maintenance Sub-System Aviation / Met Edit Client Insert timeslice AIXM / WXXM Data store WFS-T 2.0 SQL Insert Publish AIXM/WXXM files Maintain Load Build
  • 8. Transforming and loading baseline data Able to load, transform and serve data via WFS within days of receipt
  • 9. Near-Real Time Update and Data Exchange Aviation Decision Support Client Event Service Aviation Edit Client Insert change WFS 2.0 Dispatch Client EFB client Push events Event Publisher WFS-T 2.0 SQL Insert Feature Table Queue TableTrigger Feature Table Feature Table getFeature request getFeature response Publish Subscribe
  • 10. Requesting data via WFS 2.0 Constructs a WFS query to select possible diversion airports: • Are within 100 nm of Tallinn • Have a runway > 5,000ft and hard surface • Must have Navaids and refuelling facilities • Passenger terminal must be in operation between 18:00 and 23:00
  • 11. Requesting data via WFS 2.0
  • 12. OWS-7 Flight Dispatch System Aviation Decision Support Client Event Service Aviation / Met Edit Client Insert timeslice WFS 2.0 Dispatch Client EFB client Publish event Event Publisher getFeature request getFeature response Notify AIXM / WXXM Data store WFS-T 2.0 SQL Insert Maintain Load Build Publish AIXM/WXXM files Feature Portrayal Service (WMS 1.3) Registry Service Subscribe
  • 13. Visualising Data via Feature Portrayal Service
  • 14. Flight Dispatch System using INSPIRE Services WFS-T 2.0 (ISO 19142 & 19143) On-the-fly transformation, load and publication Enabling real-time update and exchange (using both push and pull mechanisms) SOAP Binding and security Enables integration into SOA to ensure secure messaging and access control GetCapabilities & WSDL Enables discovery and use GetFeature & GetPropertyValue: • Spatial & Temporal (NEW) filtering and Stored queries Highly specific data retrieval reducing data traffic & stored queries improve client integration Feature Portrayal Service (WMS 1.3.0) Dynamic generation of images using data from WFS Ensures consistency between data available in view service and data access services User-controlled portrayal Integrate data from distributed WFS and visualise consistently Decouples view and download service Data providers only have to focus on provision of data access services
  • 15. Accomplishments • Dispatch clients and EFBs were able to successfully consume and use OGC web services: – WFS 1.1 & WFS 2.0 – Feature Portrayal Service (WMS 1.3.0) – Event Service • Demonstrated services can support all data access requirements for dispatcher and pilots • Aeronautical & weather data can be exchanged in near- real time through distributed web services to enable common operating picture
  • 16. Thanks & Questions Further Information • •
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