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Structure and Characterstics of Austro Control´s Spatial Data Infrastructure. A Civil-Aviation-SDI in the Context of INSPIRE Aufbau und Charakteristika der Geodateninfrastruktur von Austro Control – Eine GDI für die Zivilluftfahrt im Kontext von INSPIRE

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Abstract:

The company Austro Control Ges.m.b.H. (ACG) is responsible for the air trafic control of the civil aviation in Austria. The demand for the development of a spatial data infrastructure (SDI) based on the INSPIRE directive led also to a reorganization of the internal processes of ACG. The SDI-ACG consists of the base-component Geodata, and of the components Metadata, Geowebserver, and Geowebportal. The portal is a thin-client solution and integrates many functions that are not available in standard web-browsers including the online-position of all aircraft, the third dimension, and meteorological information.

German
Die Firma Austro Control Ges.m.b.H. (ACG) ist für die Flugsicherung der zivilen Luftfahrt in Österreich zuständig. Der durch INSPIRE gesetzlich vorgeschriebene Aufbau einer Geodateninfrastruktur (GDI) wurde zum Anlass genommen, auch die internen Geschäftsprozesse zu optimieren. Die für externe und interne Aufgaben entstandene GDI-ACG besteht aus der Basiskomponente Geodaten sowie den Komponenten Metadaten, Geowebserver und Geowebportal. Das Portal ist ein Thin-Client und integriert viele Funktionen, die in den üblichen Geowebportalen nicht enthalten sind. Dazu gehören die Online-Darstellung aller Flugzeugpositionen, die dritte Dimension und meteorologische Informationen.

Keywords: GDI; GEODATENINFRASTRUKTUR; INSPIRE; STATISCHE GEODATEN; ZIVILLUFTFAHRT

Language: German

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1127/1432-8364/2012/0145

Publication date: October 1, 2012

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