Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM


Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.


Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks


No description

tomasz wiercioch

on 23 January 2015

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of OpsData

OpsData structure
Did you collaborate today?
OpsData production process is highly related with :
- DetCod (JAD entries)
- AMDB (JAD entries)
- Obstacles (JODA)
- AppChart (Apt Diagram Chart)

Airport Data
- Obstacles
- Engine failure procedures.

Airport data
Any source published by an aeronautical authority is considered relevant to capture. (including eTOD)

Airport data
Engine-out Procedures

Increases safety.

OpsData – part of Jeppesen
1987 - Jeppsen acquires Icarus System, which becomes OpsData
1995 - Jeppesen acquires APU
2014 - Gdansk office

The most complete obstacle database in the world.
ICAO Lateral Obstacle Clearance Rules
Service Highlights
Performance Analysis
Precise engine-out performance analysis that maximizes aircraft payload.
Straight-out and turn procedure.
Complies with regulatory requirements.
What is EFTO?
Engine failure takeoff is
a procedure, when engine failure is recognized after reaching Critical Engine Failure Speed (V1). Aborted takeoffs at or after V1 are only advisable in the case of catastrophic failure.

Performance analysis
Combines Jeppesen’s comprehensive aviation, terrain and obstacle databases with an extensive knowledge-base for engine-out departure procedure development and aircraft performance engineering.

Airport analysis considers several factors including: runway characteristics, weather and runway conditions, obstacle clearance conforming to FAA and ICAO rules, flaps and other aircraft configuration settings.

Service Highlights
Airport Analysis Service

Automatic Update:
Revised OpsData will automatically be revised and delivered whenever a surveillance airport has permanent changes to any of the following:
- Airport elevation (25 feet or greater)
- Runway end elevation
- Takeoff or Landing distance (25 feet or greater)
- Obstruction height and/or distance
- Navaid change
- Temporary Changes in effect for 180 or more

Airport Data Service

Revised OpsData will automatically be revised and delivered whenever a surveillance airport has permanent changes to any of the following:
- Airport elevation (25 feet or greater)
- Runway end elevation
- Takeoff or Landing distance (25 feet or greater)
- Obstruction height and/or distance
- Navaid Changes
- Airport Name
- Airport Codes (ICAO/IATA)
- Runway and/or Taxiway Identifiers
- Temporary Changes in effect for 180 or more

OpsData tools
Extracts sample


a notice distributed by means of telecommunication containing information concerning the establishment, condition or change in any aeronautical facility, service, procedure or hazard, the timely knowledge of which is essential to personnel concerned with flight operations.

an acronym (aeronautical information regulation and control) signifying a system aimed at advance notification, based on common effective dates, of circumstances that necessitate significant changes in operating practices.
- Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP)
a publication issued by or with the authority of a State and containing aeronautical information of a lasting character essential to air navigation.
- AIP Supplement
temporary changes to the information contained in the AIP which are published by means of special pages.
- AIP Amendment
a permanent changes to the information contained in the AIP.
Console is the database that contains the OpsData data. The majority of data is populated directly on Console by OpsData analysts. However, some data in Console in populated from the Jeppesen Aviation Database (JAD).

Console contains:
- Airport data such as ICAO code, name and location
- Runway data such as declared distances, runway end - elevations and slope
- Taxiway intersections
- Temperature adjustments or extensions to the runway
- Tailored data
- Engine out procedure text
- Procedure specifications (standard, temp and tailored)
- Obstacles set associated to the procedures.
Data provided to customers is extracted from Console.

Pegasus is an Arc GIS tool used to perform geo-special analysis of engine out procedures. It is tailored GIS tool suite and contains all the OpsData business rules. Analysts use tools within Pegasus to design (create) procedure(s). These tools enable creation of the departure polygons (splay) for each segment of the engine out procedure.

Pegasus allows analysts to view:
- ARINC 424 data from JAD (such as ARP, runway coordinates, runway end elevations, navaids)
- Obstacle data from JODA
- Terrain information from a TSo terrain file.

The analysts uses this information to assess how the new source changes affect current analysis and amend the engine out procedure(s) as needed (standard, temp or tailored).

CAPS is an Access database used by the entire OpsData team. It contains customer-specific information, such as:
- Customer watch list (surveillance list)
- Customer contact information
- Aircraft type(s)
- Runway length requirements
- Performance program instructions
- Update schedule
- OpsData analysts use CAPS to:
- Reference the customer watch list for specific locations
- Review customer-specific information such as tailored runway requests, runway lengths, taxiways and graphic customers
- Schedule updates for specific locations

Coding Worksheet
The Coding Worksheet is an Excel spreadsheet used to document analysis results and organize data prior to entry into Console. It is also used to document maintenance and verification activities.
The spreadsheet is the official record for analysis activities. It is stored in the Electronic Source Library (ESL) and is versioned each time the location data is maintained.

OpsData secondary tools

Norwegian ST NOTAM

Long term NOTAMs - DUR
Airport Database Service
Two choices of databases:
- World Wide Coverage
 - Consists of all active airports in the OpsData Airport database at the time of extract
- Tailored Coverage
 - Consists of a list of customer requested airports

Two choices of revision cycles:
Revised database will be issued depending on the update frequency:
- 28 days (AIRAC cycle)
- Quarterly

Extract every Wednesday
Full transcript