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SLO – GIS User’s Group Airports GIS (AGIS) September 8, 2011 Matt Cunningham, PLS Aviation Division Manager. Discussion Items. Airports GIS: Brief History NextGen Why AGIS? Survey and Data Standards AGIS Implementation ALP vs. eALP Comparison. AGIS History. No FAA standards for GIS

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    1. SLO – GIS User’s GroupAirports GIS (AGIS)September 8, 2011Matt Cunningham, PLSAviation Division Manager

    2. Airports GIS

    3. Discussion Items Airports GIS: Brief History NextGen Why AGIS? Survey and Data Standards AGIS Implementation ALP vs. eALP Comparison atgeosys.com

    4. AGIS History • No FAA standards for GIS • Disparity in data management techniques • No common coordinate system • Large volumes of spatial data in paper form • No common data format • Many airports with no spatial data management system in place • Need for a standardized data collection and management system Atgeosys.com

    5. NextGen Goals • Comprehensive overhaul of National Airspace System • Move to Satellite-Based navigation from current Land-Based navigation • Enhance Safety • Reduce environmental impacts related to aviation • Enhance the flow of information • Make air travel more predictable – reduce delays • Make better, more informed infrastructure decisions Atgeosys.com

    6. Why AGIS & NextGen? Airports GIS

    7. Create a national database of spatial data related to aviation • Create a central repository for all spatial data • Reduce work redundancy • Standardize Data • Data acquisition • GIS schema • Imagery • Geodetic Control Atgeosys.com

    8. Survey Standards • FAA AC 150/5300-16,-17,-18 & soon to be -19 • Geodetic Control – PACS & SACS • Imagery and Ground Surveys • Statement of Work (SOW) • FAA & NGS review of SOW • Perform field work – data collection • Testing of Survey data prior to submittal • FAA & NGS data review & acceptance • Handheld Mapping Grade GPS • Remote Sensing Atgeosys.com

    9. Truckee-Tahoe Airport Aerial Topographic Survey Compiled from Imagery with 0.25’ max pixel resolution. Airports GIS

    10. Data Standards • Drawing Set-up & Data Preparation – GIS vs CAD • FAA Standard Layers, Feature Classes and Attributes • Metadata requirements • Workflow validation & acceptance • Validation Errors report • Validation Summary report • ESRI ArcGIS, Autodesk and Microstation data format • Aerial Imagery Atgeosys.com

    11. How Does AGIS Work? • Airports submit and own data • FAA hosts the data on their servers • Airports manage the data • AGIS is web-based – no airport-based GIS needed • Airports can access their data via AGIS web portal • NGS provides the quality control for the safety critical data • GIS data submittal is a requirement for new construction projects with FAA funding. • Data is not available to the general public. Atgeosys.com

    12. How Does AGIS Help to Meet NextGen Goals? Safety- • Higher quality data for obstructions • Higher quality data for NAVAIDS • Standardized data requirements for airport operations areas and safety critical equipment • More efficient way to share data • Makes it possible to put airport spatial data in the cockpit • Data can be used in Part 139 Inspections • Develop eNOTAM’s • Reduces chances of CFIT’s • Reduces runway incursions or collisions Atgeosys.com

    13. How Does AGIS Help to Meet NextGen Goals? Satellite-Based Navigation • Provides the data of all airports in a common coordinate system • Data can be used in developing National Flight Procedures • NFDC info can be integrated • Airspace and Obstruction Analysis data • Data suitable for developing Precision Instrument Approach procedures Atgeosys.com

    14. How Does AGIS Help to Meet NextGen Goals? • AIP funds to facilities with highest needs • Tighter plane separations • More planes in same airspace • Less fuel consumed by planes • Fewer delays in commercial flights • More direct routing • Improved flexibility of operations & procedures Atgeosys.com

    15. AGIS Implementation • 2008 National AGIS Team created • 3 Phases to AGIS deployment • 2009 - Southwest region - Six airports, plus Atlanta Hartsfield • 2010 - Remaining Regions – 30 Airports • 2011-2025 – Incremental Projects – Phasing considered • 2010-11 eALP beta-tests • 2012 eALP v1.0 Deployment Atgeosys.com

    16. ALP vs. eALP • All NPIAS airports req’d to have an ALP • Paper copies housed at multiple locations • Paper ALP’s often have conflicting info • NextGen needs real-time web-based access of the same version of doc’s Atgeosys.com

    17. Truckee-Tahoe Airport Phase 1 of FAA-Compatible GIS Airports GIS

    18. SLO – GIS User’s GroupAirports GIS (AGIS)September 8, 2011Matt Cunningham, PLSAviation Division Manager(805) 781-9296matt@atgeosys.com