ATRAK–AIM is ATRAK’s Aeronautical Information Management system that is designed in line with ICAO’s roadmap for transition from AIS to AIM. Its modular design gives you the flexibility to meet your specific requirements of today while allowing for further enhancement and expansion for the requirements of tomorrow. It can achieve the goal of having “message-centric” aeronautical information and “data-centric” aeronautical packages in an integrated solution, whilst distributing the data on a larger scale and increased speed.
ATRAK-AIM services cover preparation, processing and handling of dynamic data (weather and other conditions that impact flight planning and operations) and static data (covering the location and character of navigation aids, distributions the physical characteristics of airports and geography).
ATRAK-EC/PC processes meteorological data, radar weather information and automated weather-observing system. The Planning control system incorporates EFDM™, Electronic Flight Data Management, a “paperless” functional block environment for the operation of electronic strips. EFDM comprises extended electronic label functionality and tabular flight display information. ATRAK-EC/PC integrates with the ATRAK Aeronautical Information Management system. Both systems can be seamlessly controlled using a single keyboard and mouse. This is known as system interoperability where the mouse cursor can move between the two screens without the need to switch systems.
ATC system technicians need to maintain current map data for radar display, simulators and reference information systems to reflect AIP requirements.
Instead of working with text files full of co-ordinates and a calculator, ATRAK Mapper creates and manages static digital map models used in popular ATC systems and instantly displays the results.
A wide variety of co-ordinate systems can be used for map definition. The resulting map model can be translated to the co-ordinate system of the end-user ATC application.