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Introduction

This document defines the namespace http://semantics.aero. It also serves as an open repository for use by the international aviation community to publish artifacts developed using Semantic Web technologies.


Resources

Taxonomies

SWIM Service Product A classification of services based on the type of SWIM data product that they deliver. RDF HTML
Service Availability Status A classification of services based on their current, past, or future availability for provisioning. RDF HTML
Service Interface Type A classification of services based on the type of technological solution that they deploy. RDF HTML
Flight Phase A classification of services or other artifacts based on the flight phase, or period within a flight, during which the artifacts are used or provide support. See also [1]. RDF HTML
US Airways A classification of US Airways based on airway identification prefixes. See also [2]. RDF HTML
ICAO Region A classification of geographical regions as defined by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). See also [2]. RDF HTML
US Flight Information Region A classification of the US Flight Information Regions as defined by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). See also [2]. RDF HTML
Airspace Class A classification of airspaces as defined and applied by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). See also [2]. RDF HTML

Controlled Vocabularies

SWIM Controlled Vocabulary A list of concepts employed in Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) implementation of System-Wide Information Management (SWIM). Each concept is uniquely identified and has an unambiguous, non-redundant definition. See also [3]. RDF HTML

References and Publications

[1] Notes on the Flight Phase Taxonomy, FAA, Carol Uri, January 2018
[2] OGC Testbed-13: Geospatial Taxonomies ER, 2018-01-11, OGC, January 2018
[3] Guidelines for Using the SWIM Controlled Vocabulary, FAA, Carol Uri, February 2019


Last modified at 2019-04-01. Please contact info@semantics.aero for questions and comments.