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AIXM 5 Concepts. Obstacles. ICAO Annex 4, 14, 15 & DOC 8126 RTCA /EUROCAE DO-276/ED-98 AICM 4.5 IATA. Lighting Schedule Area 1, 2, 3 Point, Line, Polygon. What is an obstacle. Obstacle type. Obstacle horizontal geometry. Lines. Points, Circles. Polygons. Obstacle effectivity.

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obstacles
Obstacles
  • ICAO Annex 4, 14, 15 & DOC 8126
  • RTCA /EUROCAE DO-276/ED-98
  • AICM 4.5
  • IATA
  • Lighting
  • Schedule
  • Area 1, 2, 3
  • Point, Line, Polygon
obstacle horizontal geometry
Obstacle horizontal geometry

Lines

Points, Circles

Polygons

obstacle effectivity
Obstacle effectivity

OBSTACLE

Time Table

Any other time

Working Days 8 to 5 PM

obstacle lighting effectivity
Obstacle lighting effectivity

Sunset to Sunrise

Obstacle Lighting

Time Table

obstacle made of parts
Obstacle made of parts

Top elevation

Vertical extent

343 m

Horizontal extent - polygon

obstacle made of parts3
Obstacle made of parts

or, more detailed…

xml sample antenna
XML Sample – “antenna”

<Obstacle xmlns="http://www.aixm.aero" xmlns:gml="http://www.opengis.net/gml" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.aixm.aero AIXM-GML-ObjectTypes.xsd" gml:id="ID000000">

<identifier codeSpace="http://www.aixm.aero/Amswell">EA001</identifier>

<gml:validTime>

<gml:TimePeriod>

<gml:beginPosition>1985-01-01T00:00:00</gml:beginPosition>

<gml:endPosition indeterminatePosition="unknown"/>

</gml:TimePeriod>

</gml:validTime>

<timeSlice>

<ObstacleTimeSlice gml:id="ID000002">

<gml:validTime>

<gml:TimePeriod>

<gml:beginPosition>1985-01-01T00:00:00</gml:beginPosition>

<gml:endPosition indeterminatePosition="unknown"/>

</gml:TimePeriod>

</gml:validTime>

<interpretation>BASELINE</interpretation>

<name>Donlon</name>

<type>antenna</type>

<markingPattern>painted - vertical bands</markingPattern>

… see next slide ---

</ObstacleTimeSlice>

</timeSlice>

</Obstacle>

xml sample antenna1
XML Sample – “antenna”

<ObstacleTimeSlice gml:id="ID000002">

… see previous slide ---

<markingPattern>painted - vertical bands</markingPattern>

<markingFirstColour>RED</markingFirstColour>

<markingSecondColour>WHI</markingSecondColour>

<constructionStatus>COMPLETED</constructionStatus>

<groupOfObstacles>N</groupOfObstacles>

<remark>A fictitious obstacle</remark>

<madeOf>

<ObstaclePart gml:id="ID000004">

<verticalExtent uom="FT">104</verticalExtent>

<elevationAccuracy uom="FT">5</elevationAccuracy>

<hasPointShape>

<ElevatedPoint srsDimension="2" srsName="WGS84" gml:id="ID000005">

<gml:pos>52.352718 -31.852205</gml:pos>

<horizontalAccuracy uom="FT">10</horizontalAccuracy>

<elevation uom="FT">255</elevation>

<geoidUndulation uom="FT">-25</geoidUndulation>

<verticalDatum>EGM-96</verticalDatum>

<verticalAccuracy uom="FT">5</verticalAccuracy>

</ElevatedPoint>

</hasPointShape>

</ObstaclePart>

</madeOf>

<isEffective>

<TimeTable gml:id="ID000006"> <workingHoursCode>H24</workingHoursCode> </TimeTable>

</isEffective>

</ObstacleTimeSlice>

references
References
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    • AIXM Obstacle Proposal