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|Definitionskos:definition||This document provides an overview of the portrayal work within the OWS-9 Aviation thread. Using open standards, a web services architecture was designed and prototyped to enable the retrieval of static airport maps in support of an ePIB. An ePIB, or Digitally Enhanced Pre-Flight Information Bulletin, provides the pilot with an easy-to-interpret representation of any relevant aeronautical and meteorological events that are likely to affect the flight, expressed as Digital NOTAMs. The static airport maps are an important part of an ePIB and should provide a graphical representation of the status of departure and arrival airports, showing only NOTAMs relevant to the particular context and represented geographically so that the effect of the NOTAM is clear. This approach avoids the pilot scanning through pages of textual description for potentially relevant NOTAMs, reducing the workload and the risk of missing a critical piece of information.|
|labellabel||OWS-9 Aviation Portrayal Engineering Report|
|Creatorcreator||Daniel Balog, Roger Brackin, Robin Houtmeyers|
|OGC document typedoctype||Public Engineering Report|