Airports are having to rethink the way passengers will navigate through security and to the gate while adhering to safety and social distancing requirements.
This webinar will highlight how geographic information system (GIS) technology can be leveraged to make the passenger journey safer and more secure and how airports can more effectively communicate with newly returning passengers.
Best practice examples are drawn from airports that are successfully redesigning the passenger journey and experience during the pandemic.
Join us to learn how to:
Optimize the passenger journey to make it safer and secure
Effectively communicate safety measures to passengers
Tuesday, October 6th, 2020, 10:00 am through 11:00 am (PDT)
Airports are facing many economic and operational challenges as they begin to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how to combine information, find patterns, and make new connections to see clarity in chaos. Explore new ways to enhance safety, restore traveler confidence, improve operational efficiency, and maximize revenues.
Join your fellow experts from airports as well as solution providers and Esri staff for an exciting series of interactive sessions leading to valuable new connections.
The Esri User Conference has many virtual presentations and sessions with hundreds of topics covered. To help you find your way to the aviation and airports related sessions and events, we have prepared a more focused agenda.
*Pleaseregister as a full-access attendee to watch sessions and participate in the virtual expo at Esri UC 2020!
This session will highlight the improved performance, simplified user experience, and tools for robust 3D visualization, creating/managing signage and markings plans and obstacle management offered in ArcGIS Aviation Airports built on ArcGIS Pro. You will see how these new capabilities improve airport safety and support domestic and international regulatory compliance.
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Airports and Aviation Booth ID: SH-09-01 (Located in Mapping & Visualization product area as well as National Mapping, Charting and Official Statistics, and Transportation Industry areas)
Bring accurate and authoritative maps and data to senior leaders to drive evidence based decision making.
This webinar will explore how civil aviation authorities are leveraging ArcGIS to exploit their aeronautical data holdings to quickly deploy applications, dashboards, and maps with a configure first approach for projects.
This approach allows organizations to get value out of the applications and the data that power them.
Aeronautical charts are some of the most complex and difficult cartographic products to produce. Highly demanding chart specifications coupled with a complex aeronautical data model in AIXM requires a data driven approach be adopted to ensure the quality and timely production across a multitude of chart types.
This webinar will show users how the migration from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro is providing new opportunities to enhance production methods and boost efficiency. We will even explore a paradigm shift of how ArcGIS can enable CAAs to re-think the traditional AIRAC cycle for data production and dissemination.
Ensuring airspace around the airport is clear and free of obstacles is paramount for the safe of operation of aircraft. Throughout a proposed structure’s lifecycle from a proposal for new construction through the approval by a civil aviation authority, all stakeholders must provide input into the evaluation process with an comprehensive understanding of the impacts of the structure on the navigable airspace.
This webinar will cover how Civil Aviation Authorities can collect digital data for obstacles from proponents to conducting an analysis of the obstacles against ICAO criteria and fully engage with stakeholders throughout the process using workflow management tools which ensure the traceability throughout the entire evaluation process.
Join thought leaders from the AIM community and see first-hand how GIS is leading digital transformation for civil aviation organizations. GIS is going beyond traditional charting, and organizations are finding new ways of delivering aeronautical information to their stakeholders.
Learn how CAAs/ANSPs are discovering the power of location as they integrate weather and real time data, with their static and dynamic aeronautical data through compelling web mapping applications to cover a wide range of applications including NOTAMs, Volcano, Drones, charting, and more.
Airports are increasingly coming to understand that data is one of their most valuable assets for improving their performance. Many airports report that collecting and maintaining high-quality geospatial data is one of their greatest challenges in GIS, not to mention the various airport business processes that rely on this data. This webinar will cover all aspects of developing quality geospatial data for airports—from collection to conversion and quality assurance. The focus will be on not just GIS data but also CAD, building information modeling (BIM), imagery, and other data types.