Carbon Project Presents NextGen Applications at AIXM/WXXM User Conference
The Carbon Project took a key role at the first annual Aeronautical Information Exchange (AIXM) and Weather Information Exchange Model (WXXM) Conference on May 13 in Arlington, Virginia.
The Conference was hosted by the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and focused on AIXM and WXXM information exchange, graphical visualization and common situational awareness for next-generation air transportation systems.
On Wednesday May 13th The Carbon Project demonstrated the company's Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) solutions for building Electronic Flight Bags (EFB) with cutting edge user interfaces and AIXM 5/WXXM capabilities to an audience of several hundred attendees.
The demonstration showcased the power of the company's unique Source-Handler-Data technology and the CarbonTools PRO toolkit to rapidly build advanced spatiotemporal applications based on the AIXM 5, WXXM, digital NOTAMs and Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Web Feature Services (WFS). The demonstration was part of the OGC OWS-6 Testbed and featured in collaboration with OGC Testbed participants.
A video demonstration is available on The Carbon Project's YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/thecarbonproject
"We were pleased to demonstrate our NextGen AIM and EFB tools at the first AIXM/WXXM User Conference," says Nuke Goldstein, Chief Technology Officer. "Our participation in this global forum enhances The Carbon Project's position as the reference platform for developers that want to build the most advanced software for next-generation air transportation systems."
Event details are available at http://www.aixm.aero/. For more information on The Carbon Project's AIM and EFB solutions based on AIXM and WXXM please contact email@example.com.