Monday, 12 December, 2011
The AIXM 5.1 Seminar took place in Brussels, Eurocontrol HQ, on 12-13 December 2011. It was attended by 65 participants from European ANSP, industry and the Eurocontrol Agency. The slides that have supported the presentations made in the Seminar are available below.
This page contains the materials that were presented during the Air Transportation Information Exchange Conference (ATIEC) 2011. The Conference took place in Silver Spring (Maryland, USA) from 30 August - 1 September 2011.
Initial set of AIXM 5.1 Business Rules
All the rules contained in this Excel file are considered as input for the new SBVR project. The rules will be step by step verified, updated to the new SBVR syntax and included in the succesive versions of the AIXM 5.1 Business Rules set.
Wednesday, 1 September, 2010
This page contains the presentations that were used at the sixth AIXM XML Developers' Seminar which took place in Brussels on 1-2 September 2010. The theme of this Seminar was "Procedure Modelling & Encoding".
This page contains the materials that were presented during the AIXM/WXXM Conference 2010. The Conference took place in Washington from 4-6 May 2010.
All presentations are in pdf-format, furthermore there are a few movies in wmv-and quicktime format. Please make sure you have the appropriate...
This page contains the presentations that were used at the fifth AIXM XML Developers' Seminar which took place in Brussels in March 2010.
This page contains the presentations that were used at the fourth AIXM XML Developers' Seminar which took place in Washington, DC in March 2010.
AIXM 5.1 - XML Schema (XSD)
The first zip file contains the AIXM XML Schema files. These include the core AIXM Schema files as well as the Schemas for ISO 19136 and ISO 19139 and the AIXM Basic Message.
The second zip file contains the same files as the first, with just one difference:...
This is the complete list of changes made between AIXM 5.0 and AIXM 5.1 versions.
AIXM 5.1 - Data Model (UML)
The UML comes as a zip file that contains the Rational Rose model file (.mdl). There is a matching XMI export.
The model can also be browsed directly on this Web site, which presents it with dedicated pages for each diagram, class and data type.
If of any interest...