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Analyze Airport Features

Zusammenfassung

Analyzes specified point features around an airfield to find and record information such as distance from a given runway centerline or the end of the nearest runway, and the designation for that nearest runway.

Verwendung

  • The Input Features do not need to have any specific field schema. Only the geometry field and object ID field are required.

  • In the absence of shape z-values in the input airport features, when Shape Z is specified, a height of 0 will be assumed.

  • If Input Features contains a description field, the description field and values will be included in the output. The name of the description field can be one of the following:

    • DESC
    • DESCRIP
    • DESCRIPTION

  • A five-nautical mile search radius will be used to filter searches made by the tool when it locates the nearest features to the Input Runway Features.

  • If Input Runway Features contains a runway designation field, runway designation values will be included in the output. The name of the runway designation field can be one of the following:

    • RWYDESG
    • DESIGNATOR_TXT
    • RUNWAYDESIGNATORIDENTIFIER

  • If the input runway end-point or airport reference point features are not provided, the resulting output fields will be empty.

  • If Runway End Features contains a runway end designation field, runway end designation values will be included in the output. The name of the optional runway end designation field must be RUNWAYENDD.

Syntax

AnalyzeAirportFeatures(in_features, in_runway_features, out_table, {in_features_height}, {in_features_height_unit}, {runway_end_features}, {airport_ref_point_features}, {ref_point_height}, {ref_point_height_unit})
ParameterErklärungDatentyp
in_features

The input point features that will be analyzed and recorded, in terms of their physical relationships to features in the other inputs.

Feature Layer
in_runway_features

The input runway polyline features, specifically their centerlines, that will be used in the analysis.

Feature Layer
out_table

The output table, with a row for each input airport feature, containing the analytical results.

Table View
in_features_height
(optional)

The name of a field in the input airport features dataset. The specified field must contain numeric values. The values in this field will be used to identify the height of each input airport feature.

  • SHAPE_ZHeight values will be derived from the z-values of the input point features. This is the default.
String
in_features_height_unit
(optional)

Specifies the linear unit of measure that will be used when the Input Features Height parameter is specified.

  • KILOMETERSKilometers
  • METERSMeters
  • DECIMETERSDecimeters
  • CENTIMETERSCentimeters
  • MILLIMETERSMillimeters
  • NAUTICAL_MILESNautical miles
  • MILESMiles
  • YARDSYards
  • FEETFeet
  • INCHESInches
  • DECIMAL_DEGREESDecimal degrees
  • POINTSPoints
  • UNKNOWNUnknown
String
runway_end_features
(optional)

The input runway end point features associated with the runways in the Input Features Height Unit parameter that represent the thresholds of those runways.

Feature Layer
airport_ref_point_features
(optional)

The input airport reference point features that define the center point of an airport, located at the geometric center of all the usable runways and computed as a weighted average of the end of runway coordinates.

Feature Layer
ref_point_height
(optional)

The name of a field in the input airport reference point features dataset. The specified field must contain numeric values. The values in this field will be used to identify the height of each input airport reference point feature.

  • SHAPE_ZThe z-value of each point. This is the default.
String
ref_point_height_unit
(optional)

The linear unit of measure that will be used when the airport reference point height is specified.

  • KILOMETERSKilometers
  • METERSMeters
  • DECIMETERSDecimeters
  • CENTIMETERSCentimeters
  • MILLIMETERSMillimeters
  • NAUTICAL_MILESNautical miles
  • MILESMiles
  • YARDSYards
  • FEETFeet
  • INCHESInches
  • DECIMAL_DEGREESDecimal degrees
  • POINTSPoints
  • UNKNOWNUnknown
String

Codebeispiel

AnalyzeAirportFeatures example (Python window)

The following Python window script demonstrates how to use the AnalyzeAirportFeatures tool.

import arcpy

arcpy.CheckOutExtension("Airports")

# Input Airport Feature Class
inAirportFeatures = r"C:\data\airport.gdb\AirportFeatures"

# Input RunwayCenterline Feature Class
inRunwayFeatures = r"C:\data\airport.gdb\Airfield\RunwayCenterline"

# Input Runway End Point Feature Class
inRunwayEndFeatures= r"C:\data\airport.gdb\Airfield\RunwayEnd"

# Input Airport Reference Point Features
inARPFeatures = r"C:\data\airport.gdb\Geodetic\AirportControlPoint"

# Output Table
outTable = r"C:\data\airport.gdb\AirportFeatureTable"

# Processing AnalyzeAirportFeatures
arcpy.AnalyzeAirportFeatures_aviation(inAirportFeatures, inRunwayFeatures, outTable, "Shape_Z", runway_end_features=inRunwayEndFeatures, airport_ref_point_features=inARPFeatures)

arcpy.CheckInExtension("Airports")

Umgebungen

Dieses Werkzeug verwendet keine Geoverarbeitungsumgebungen.

Lizenzinformationen

  • Basic: Nein
  • Standard: Erfordert Aviation Airports
  • Advanced: Erfordert Aviation Airports

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