GIS for Aviation


Air Traffic Management

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National agency benefits from GIS-based cartographic management and 3D analysis software.

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Aviation managers have critical requirements for reliable data and cost-effective workflows. By adding a spatial component to your data, GIS can help you model and track flight paths and analyze data for concerns such as noise levels and height clearances.

Now you can use Esri Aeronautical Solution to store your coverage terrain and obstacle data in electronic format to comply with Electronic Terrain and Obstacle Data (eTOD) requirements. This helps you manage aeronautical information and produce complex charts from a central database, gives you centralized control, allows customization, and can be expanded to provide services over the Internet.

Air traffic management organizations also use GIS for

  • Airspace management and permitting
  • Capacity planning
  • Environmental compliance assessment
  • Weather routing and contingency planning

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