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SWIM Connect 2014

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Spotlight Series Presentations

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SWIM Data
Debunking SWIM by Steve Bradford View Presentation (PDF)
FAA View: What’s in it for Me? by Joe Lahoud & Steve Link View Presentation (PDF)
Industry View: What’s in it for Me? by Joe Lahoud & Steve Link View Presentation (PDF)
SWIM Success
New On–Ramps by Rebecca Guy View Presentation (PDF)
Digital NOTAMS by Glen Sigley View Presentation (PDF)
SWIM Flight Data Publication Service by George Curley View Presentation (PDF)
Weather Access by Alfred Moosakhanian View Presentation (PDF)
SWIM Future
World Wide SWIM: Mini Global by Thien Ngo View Presentation (PDF)
World Wide SWIM: Mini Global a Technical Perspective by Charles Chen View Presentation (PDF)
Future SWIM: NAS Common Reference by Rich Jehlen View Presentation (PDF)
Future SWIM: Aircraft Access to SWIM by Jon Standley View Presentation (PDF)

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System Wide Information Management (SWIM) allows members of the Aviation community to access the information needed to facilitate an innovative and efficiently run National Airspace System (NAS).

NAS Service Registry and Repository provides detailed information regarding data products and SOA Service available via SWIM.

Enterprise Engineering Services (EES) helps data consumers connect to SWIM (“on–ramping”).

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NAS Common Reference (NCR) is an enterprise–level, NAS status information exchange service that integrates NAS status and constraint information from cross–domain sources. It will be available to NAS and non–NAS consumers in a SWIM–compliant manner to support common situational awareness.

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FAA’s Traffic Flow Management System (TFMS) is a decision support system for planning and mitigating imbalances between demand and capacity in the National Airspace System (NAS). SWIM helps to integrate data between TFMS and other programs monitoring various conditions (terminal data, weather, En Route data) to increase efficiency in the NAS.

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Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) Modernization is FAA’s program to modernize, collect, manage, maintain, and distribute aeronautical information. SWIM provides the messaging system to enable the AIM Modernization program to collect, monitor, manage and disseminate Aeronautical Information.

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The Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) management system is the modernized single source for digital collection, dissemination, and storage of NOTAMs.

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Common Support Services – Weather (“CSS–Wx”) will be FAA’s single source of aviation weather data. SWIM will enable global sharing of standardized weather information to the aviation community, government agencies, and the flying public.

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Other resources to learn more about NextGen Weather:
NextGen Weather Processor (PDF)
Aviation Weather Display (PDF)

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The Terminal Flight Data Manager (TFDM) program will provide efficiencies in the airport surface and terminal airspace.

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Shared, remote awareness of aircraft surface movement and runway visibility will improve efficiency and reduce delays.

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SWIM Flight Data Publication Service (SFDPS) publishes en route flight and related data in the industry standard XML format (FIXM), an easy to use format for modern aviation applications. SFDPS leverages the SWIM platform to efficiently provide subscribers with en route data from 20 centers through this one connection.

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Time Based Flow Management (TBFM) creates a schedule for aircraft arrivals and departures, thereby optimizing the flow of aircraft into busy airspace. TBFM is using SWIM to make scheduling information accessible to aviation partners.

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