This page contains the presentations and training material used at the AIXM User Conference 2008 which took place in March 2008.
The presentations come in Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe PDF format. The XML files will open in any text editor.
AIXM 5.0 - XML Schema (XSD)
The zip file contains the AIXM XML Schema files. This includes the core AIXM Schema files as well as the Schemas for ISO 19136 and ISO 19139 and the AIXM Basic Message.
There is a direct link between the AIXM Data Model (UML) and the AIXM XML Schema (XSD). The document...
AIXM 5.0/5.1 Application Schema and Extensions
This page provides the documentation necessary for the creation of an AIXM 5.0/5.1 extension. This enables a community of interest to add suplementary attributes, associations or even complete new new features, which are only relevant for that...
AIXM 5.0 - Data Model (UML)
The UML comes as a zip file that contains the Rational Rose model file (.mdl).
Tuesday, 20 November, 2007
This page contains the presentations from EUROCONTROL's xNOTAM Workshop that took place in Brussels between 20-21 November 2007.
Wednesday, 10 October, 2007
This page contains the presentations from the AIXM 5 Class that took place between 10-11 of October 2007.
Monday, 10 September, 2007
This page contains the documents and presentations from the AIXM 5 Workshop that took between 10-11 of September 2007.
Tuesday, 27 February, 2007
This page contains the documents and presentations from the User Group Meeting that took place between the 27th of February and the 1st of March 2007.
This page contains the core componets of the AIXM 4.5 specification: the entity-relationship model reports and diagrams, the XML schema, a Primer document and some minimal coding guidelines.
Additional information (such as the list of changes from the previous version AIXM 3.3) is...
Wednesday, 8 February, 2006
The first public review of the AIXM 5 design took place between February and April 2006. For historical reasons, we have decided to keep on this site the presentations of the meeting that has launched the first public comment period.
7-8 February 2006, Washington, USA
The purpose of the...