Curious about how you can use ArcGIS Aviation Charting to make beautiful, effective aeronautical charts? Join us on August 31st for our “Building Aeronautical Cartography” webinar where you will explore the advanced capabilities of ArcGIS Aviation Charting with ArcGIS Pro.
At the 2021 Esri User Conference, you'll learn how GIS helps provide the framework needed for the aviation community to solve complex data integration problems, analyze and understand complex geospatial relationships, and engage their stakeholders in a more impactful way through a set of system of engagement applications.
Obstacle analysis is critical for ensuring the safe travel of aircraft in and around airfields.
This learn lesson introduces you to ArcGIS Aviation Airports functionality for obstacle analysis. In your role as a GIS Analyst for San Francisco International Airport, you face the challenge of analyzing whether new structures being built around the runway pose hazards to operating aircraft.
This lesson requires a license of ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Aviation Airports extension. If you are using a Learn ArcGIS organization account, you should have this license.
This webinar will explore key capabilities in ArcGIS Aviation Charting that support and power an AIM system for civil aviation administrators/air navigation service providers (CAAs/ANSPs).
Topics covered will range from the information model, tracking and reporting changes, exchanging data with other providers using Aeronautical Information Exchange Model (AIXM), and how to prepare the aeronautical data for efficient chart production.
We at Esri have been working hard and adding great enhancements to our ArcGIS Aviation Charting solution, including more and more capabilities to ArcGIS Pro.
Now is the time to take the leap!
Check out a great presentation by Kevin Twombly - Esri Professional Services Project Manager - at the 2021 Esri Federal GIS Conference, on all that's going on behind the scenes, adding greater support for the latest industry standards and expanding Data Management capabilities.
It is now available to you via ArcGIS Pro (starts at the 01:33 mark)!
The ArcGIS Aviation product team is working on adding capabilities to the upcoming ArcGIS Pro 2.8 release to support the creation of obstacle limitation surfaces for heliports (ICAO Annex 14 Volume II). We would welcome the opportunity to share with you the progress that has been made so far and get your expert feedback on a challenge that we've encountered. Specifically, we need help understanding the generally accepted best practices for constructing the Transitional surface for curved approaches.
If you would be interested in participating in a short teleconference or email conversation to exchange information, please let me know by replying here or contacting me at@KiyoshiYamashita.
ArcGIS Aviation at Pro 2.7 comes with significant enhancements and functionality:
Unused features from AIXM 4.5 have been removed from the AIS geodatabase schema. Download the updated Charting Product data files fromMy Esri.
TheAviation Preferencestoolallows you to set preferences, which dictate howAviation Chartinggeoprocessing tools create airspace lines, process routes, and perform change detection inArcGIS Pro.
TheChart Changestool allows you to identify, verify, group, and filter feature classes and tables that differ between two enterprise geodatabase versions. You can use theChart Changestool to view reports generated by theReport Aviation Chart Changesgeoprocessing tool.
Aviation Airports also has enhancements done to its Obstruction Identification Surfaces toolset!