x-Spatial has been providing Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) various CAD, GIS, and BIM data processing services and systems. Shown here are LAX datasets maintained in x-Spatial's GDMS in support of multiple airport applications.
LAX undertook an extensive utilities data processing project spanning over 100 years of history with over 100,000 drawings. The project was driven by the need to reduce CIP change order costs due to sub-surface utility hits. This airport infrastructure data is captured, maintained, and researched using x-Spatial's GDMS and DDMS solutions.
LAX uses x-Spatial's GDMS to generate airfield signage exhibits required by the FAA for Part-139 certification.
LAX uses x-Spatial's GDMS, UMS, and LMA to manage indoor airport terminal assets including floor plans, life safety systems, etc.
x-Spatial has provided LiDAR scanning services and GIS data integration for LAX. As part of their management processes, LAWA periodically surveys the terminals at LAX to check for changes and ensure as-built data is up to date.
Two LAX terminals—the Tom Bradley International (TBIT) and Terminal 3 had undergone numerous renovations. As a result, the buildings required more in-depth and rigorous surveys. LAWA identified a total of 1.75 million sq. ft. of interior space that needed new surveys. The work at LAX encompassed field surveying and data processing to produce georeferenced GIS data, 2D floor plans and 3D models
x-Spatial has been providing GIS Services including the GDMS Spatial Database Management System (SDBMS), required to support compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part-139 Airport Geospatial Information System (AGIS) requirements and electronic Airport Layout Plan (eALP) updates. This system is also required to sustain various other airport spatial data updates and systems interop
x-Spatial leverages esri's ArcGIS Portal and dashboarding tools to roll out applications such as for lease management.
x-Spatial's dashboard solutions, leveraging esri's technology, allow an airport manager to quickly filter down to needed data analytics including interactive colorized maps, which are linked to the dashboard graphs and metrics.
x-Spatial provides desktop/laptop and mobile solutions for tablets and smart phones, as shown here using esri's web apps.
x-Spatial's web apps provide powerful tools requiring minimal training.
User friendly tablet solutions allow designated staff to update data, such as space use, during meetings or facility walkthroughs.
MASSPORT has been using x-Spatial’s AviSoft® solution as its integrated Common Lease Management System (CLMS) for airport, maritime and other port assets. Since initial roll-out in 2001, MASSPORT has worked closely with x-Spatial to refine the port authority’s lease and concessions business processes and tools.
Today, AviSoft® is a fine-tuned Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) product with a solid 19-year track record, which has continued to evolve with state-of-the-art proven technology. AviSoft® is a browser-based application for airport lease, concession, and space management.
AviSoft® can be setup on-premise or on-cloud for managing tenants, their lease/concession agreements, tracking the status of properties/spaces and providing billing information to the airport’s accounting system.
MASSPORT also implemented additional complementary x-Spatial products: a Geospatial Data Modeling System (GDMS)® providing the MASSPORT Geographic Portal (MGP) in support of airport facilities and operations management, an AutoCAD Map add-in called the Leaseline Management Application (LMA)® supporting efficient floor plan updates, and an aviation activity statistics application called AvStats® s
MASSPORT has realized extensive benefits from its x-Spatial solution, collectively referred to as CLMS/MGP. The system provides continuous alignment of spatial and financial information. If an airline acquires new gates or maintenance space, the system automatically adjusts the billing based on the tenant's negotiated price per square foot. Integrating sitemaps, floorplans and tenant informatio
One of the most critical components of the CLMS/MGP is MASSPORT’s Airport Business Office system administrator, Kevin Gabel, who has been sustaining and administering the system’s facility data on a daily operational basis.