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|Definitionskos:definition||This Engineering Report (ER) summarizes the findings and recommendations for building an information registry working together with the existing Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) System Wide Information Management (SWIM) aviation service registries, the National Airspace System Service Registry and Repository (NSRR). This information registry should allow the different Air Traffic Management (ATM) stakeholders to retrieve the appropriate service registered in the NSRR using the semantic representation of real-life entities represented by the data served by the services (e.g. estimated departure time, estimated time of arrival, runway true bearing). To support the integration of this domain-specific information, the ER proposes different strategies based on the semantic annotation proposal made in OGC 08-167r2  extended with a recent World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recommendation, the Web Annotation data model . In particular, the ER focuses on a solution using the W3C web annotation data model which adds semantics to the NSRR without changing the content of the database. This solution provides a low-cost, flexible and efficient alternative to add domain-specific semantics to NSRR content. The ER concludes with remarks on the elements necessary for implementing the information registry as a web annotation store as well as the necessity to build domain-specific knowledge models to support further interoperability and further service discoverability and the added-values of using the Data Catalog (DCAT) or Semantic Registry Information Model (SRIM) to better describe and retrieve ATM services.|
|labellabel||OGC Testbed-14: SWIM Information Registry Engineering Report|
|Creatorcreator||Yann Le Franc|
|Alternative LabelaltLabel||SWIM Information Registry Engineering Report|
|OGC document typedoctype||Public Engineering Report|