FAA 13A Surfaces (Aviation)

Aviation Airports ライセンスで利用できます。

Aviation Charting ライセンスで利用できます。

サマリー

Creates obstruction identification surfaces (OIS) based on the FAA Advisory Circular 150/5300-13A specification. These primary and approach surfaces are designed to determine which objects are vertical obstructions and are used to support planning and design activities. The type, function, and dimension of a surface differ by its runway classification. This tool creates surfaces as a polygon or multipatch features.

Learn more about FAA Advisory Circular 150/5200-13A standards

使用法

  • The Input Runway Features parameter value must be z-enabled.

  • The Target OIS Features parameter value must be z-enabled.

  • This tool creates the OIS in an existing polygon or multipatch feature class. It can also be generated in an existing polygon shapefile. If a feature class is specified for the Target OIS Features parameter, it must have a vertical spatial reference.

  • OIS tools are flexible and accept a variety of input and output feature class types. For more information, see the OIS Input and Output schemas.

  • The selection you make in the High Runway End Classification parameter and the Low Runway End Classification parameter will automatically populate most of the surface perimeters.

  • The Input Threshold Point Features parameter can be used to supply x-, y-, and z-geometry for displaced threshold features. If displaced thresholds are included, surfaces will be constructed based on their x-, y-, and z-geometry instead of their corresponding runway feature endpoint.

  • To create a .json file for the Custom JSON File parameter value, use the CustomizeOIS.exe file that is part of the ArcGIS Aviation data package available from My Esri.

  • To generate clearway surfaces, check the Generate Clearway Surfaces parameter, and specify an option for the Generate Departure Surfaces parameter.

パラメーター

ラベル説明データ タイプ
Input Runway Features

The input runway dataset. The feature class must be z-enabled and contain polylines.

Feature Layer
Target OIS Features

The target feature class that will contain the generated OIS.

Feature Layer
High Runway End Classification

Specifies the classification of the high end of the runway.

  • Small airplanes approach speeds less than 50 knotsThis runway classification is designed for light aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight of less than 254 pounds and approach speed less than 50 knots. This is a visual runway only that can be used during the day or night.
  • Small airplanes approach speeds 50 knots or moreThis runway classification is designed for light aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight of less than 1,320 pounds and approach speed more than 50 knots. This is a visual runway only that can be used during the day or night.
  • Large airplanes for visual runways only, day or night This runway classification is designed for aircraft with a maximum certified takeoff weight of more than 12,500 pounds. The approach end of the runway is expected to serve large airplanes as a visual runway available day or night, or instrument approach with a minimum greater than one statute mile (1.6 kilometers) only during the day.
  • Instrument approach visibility greater than or equal to 3/4 mile This runway classification is designed for an instrument approach procedure where the visibility is greater than (>) three-fourths of a mile and less than one mile. The approach end of the runway is expected to accommodate instrument approaches with visible minimums more than three-fourths but less than 1 statute mile (1.2 < 1.6 kilometers) during day or night.
  • Instrument approach less than 3/4 mile visibility This runway classification's course and vertical path guidance are provided with visibility less than (<) three-fourths of a mile. The approach end of the runway is expected to accommodate instrument approaches with visibility minimum less than three-fourths of a statute mile (1.2 kilometers) or precision approach (Instrument landing System [ILS] or Global Navigation Satellite System [GNSS] Landing System [GLS]) day or night.
  • Vertical guidance approach This runway classification uses precision guidance systems to support aircraft approach and landing. The approach of the runway is expected to accommodate approaches with vertical guidance such as a Glide Path Qualification Surface (GPQS).
String
Low Runway End Classification
(オプション)

Specifies the classification of the low end of the runway.

  • The low runway end is the same as the high runway end classificationSame as high runway end classification
  • Small airplanes approach speeds less than 50 knotsThis runway classification is designed for light aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight of less than 254 pounds and approach speed less than 50 knots. This is a visual runway only that can be used during the day or night.
  • Small airplanes approach speeds 50 knots or moreThis runway classification is designed for light aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight of less than 1,320 pounds and approach speed more than 50 knots. This is a visual runway only that can be used during the day or night.
  • Large airplanes or instrument approach greater than or equal to 1 mile visibility This runway classification is designed for aircraft with a maximum certified takeoff weight of more than 12,500 pounds. The approach end of the runway is expected to serve large airplanes as a visual runway available day or night, or instrument approach with a minimum greater than one statute mile (1.6 kilometers) only during the day.
  • Instrument approach visibility greater than or equal to 3/4 mile and less than 1 mileThis runway classification is designed for an instrument approach procedure where the visibility is greater than (>) three-fourths of a mile and less than one mile. The approach end of the runway is expected to accommodate instrument approaches with visible minimums more than three-fourths but less than 1 statute mile (1.2 < 1.6 kilometers) during day or night.
  • Precision or instrument approach less than 3/4 mile visibility This runway classification's course and vertical path guidance are provided with visibility less than (<) three-fourths of a mile. The approach end of the runway is expected to accommodate instrument approaches with visibility minimum less than three-fourths of a statute mile (1.2 kilometers) or precision approach (Instrument landing System [ILS] or Global Navigation Satellite System [GNSS] Landing System [GLS]) day or night.
  • Vertical guidance approach This runway classification uses precision guidance systems to support aircraft approach and landing. The approach of the runway is expected to accommodate approaches with vertical guidance such as a Glide Path Qualification Surface (GPQS).
String
Generate Departure Surfaces
(オプション)

Specifies whether a departure surface will be generated for departure runways.

  • Generate Departure Surface at Both EndsA departure surface will be generated at both ends of the runway.
  • Generate Departure Surface at High EndA departure surface will be generated at the high end of the runway.
  • Generate Departure Surface at Low EndA departure surface will be generated at the low end of the runway.
  • Do Not Generate Departure SurfaceA departure surface will not be generated.
String
Generate Clearway Surfaces
(オプション)

Specifies whether a clearway surface will be generated for departure runways. Clearway surfaces will only be generated if an option has been specified for the Generate Departure Surfaces parameter.

  • Checked—A clearway surface will be generated.
  • Unchecked—A clearway surface will not be generated. This is the default.
Boolean
Input Threshold Point Features
(オプション)

The input threshold point dataset. The feature class must be z-enabled.

Feature Layer
Custom JSON File
(オプション)

The import configuration, in JSON format, that creates the custom OIS.

File

派生した出力

ラベル説明データ タイプ
Output OIS Features

The updated feature class containing the generated OIS.

Feature Layer

arcpy.aviation.FAA13ASurfaces(in_features, target_ois_features, high_runway_end_type, {low_runway_end_type}, {generate_departure_surfaces}, {generate_clearway_surfaces}, {threshold_point_feature_class}, {custom_json_file})
名前説明データ タイプ
in_features

The input runway dataset. The feature class must be z-enabled and contain polylines.

Feature Layer
target_ois_features

The target feature class that will contain the generated OIS.

Feature Layer
high_runway_end_type

Specifies the classification of the high end of the runway.

  • SMALL_AIRPLANE_APPROACH_SPEEDS_LT_50This runway classification is designed for light aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight of less than 254 pounds and approach speed less than 50 knots. This is a visual runway only that can be used during the day or night.
  • SMALL_AIRPLANE_APPROACH_SPEEDS_GT_50This runway classification is designed for light aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight of less than 1,320 pounds and approach speed more than 50 knots. This is a visual runway only that can be used during the day or night.
  • LARGE_AIRPLANE_VISUAL_RUNWAY_DAY_NIGHT This runway classification is designed for aircraft with a maximum certified takeoff weight of more than 12,500 pounds. The approach end of the runway is expected to serve large airplanes as a visual runway available day or night, or instrument approach with a minimum greater than one statute mile (1.6 kilometers) only during the day.
  • INSTRUMENT_GT_EQ_3/4_MILE This runway classification is designed for an instrument approach procedure where the visibility is greater than (>) three-fourths of a mile and less than one mile. The approach end of the runway is expected to accommodate instrument approaches with visible minimums more than three-fourths but less than 1 statute mile (1.2 < 1.6 kilometers) during day or night.
  • INSTRUMENT_LT_3/4_MILE_VISIBILITY This runway classification's course and vertical path guidance are provided with visibility less than (<) three-fourths of a mile. The approach end of the runway is expected to accommodate instrument approaches with visibility minimum less than three-fourths of a statute mile (1.2 kilometers) or precision approach (Instrument landing System [ILS] or Global Navigation Satellite System [GNSS] Landing System [GLS]) day or night.
  • VERTICAL_GUIDANCE_APPROACH This runway classification uses precision guidance systems to support aircraft approach and landing. The approach of the runway is expected to accommodate approaches with vertical guidance such as a Glide Path Qualification Surface (GPQS).
String
low_runway_end_type
(オプション)

Specifies the classification of the low end of the runway.

  • SAME_AS_HIGH_RUNWAY_END_CLASSIFICATIONSame as high runway end classification
  • SMALL_AIRPLANE_APPROACH_SPEEDS_LT_50This runway classification is designed for light aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight of less than 254 pounds and approach speed less than 50 knots. This is a visual runway only that can be used during the day or night.
  • SMALL_AIRPLANE_APPROACH_SPEEDS_GT_50This runway classification is designed for light aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight of less than 1,320 pounds and approach speed more than 50 knots. This is a visual runway only that can be used during the day or night.
  • LARGE_AIRPLANE_VISUAL_RUNWAY_DAY_NIGHT This runway classification is designed for aircraft with a maximum certified takeoff weight of more than 12,500 pounds. The approach end of the runway is expected to serve large airplanes as a visual runway available day or night, or instrument approach with a minimum greater than one statute mile (1.6 kilometers) only during the day.
  • INSTRUMENT_GT_EQ_3/4_MILEThis runway classification is designed for an instrument approach procedure where the visibility is greater than (>) three-fourths of a mile and less than one mile. The approach end of the runway is expected to accommodate instrument approaches with visible minimums more than three-fourths but less than 1 statute mile (1.2 < 1.6 kilometers) during day or night.
  • INSTRUMENT_LT_3/4_MILE_VISIBILITY This runway classification's course and vertical path guidance are provided with visibility less than (<) three-fourths of a mile. The approach end of the runway is expected to accommodate instrument approaches with visibility minimum less than three-fourths of a statute mile (1.2 kilometers) or precision approach (Instrument landing System [ILS] or Global Navigation Satellite System [GNSS] Landing System [GLS]) day or night.
  • VERTICAL_GUIDANCE_APPROACH This runway classification uses precision guidance systems to support aircraft approach and landing. The approach of the runway is expected to accommodate approaches with vertical guidance such as a Glide Path Qualification Surface (GPQS).
String
generate_departure_surfaces
(オプション)

Specifies whether a departure surface will be generated for departure runways.

  • GENERATE_DEPARTURE_SURFACE_AT_BOTH_ENDSA departure surface will be generated at both ends of the runway.
  • GENERATE_DEPARTURE_SURFACE_AT_HIGH_ENDA departure surface will be generated at the high end of the runway.
  • GENERATE_DEPARTURE_SURFACE_AT_LOW_ENDA departure surface will be generated at the low end of the runway.
  • DO_NOT_GENERATE_DEPARTURE_SURFACEA departure surface will not be generated.
String
generate_clearway_surfaces
(オプション)

Specifies whether a clearway surface will be generated for departure runways. Clearway surfaces will only be generated if an option has been specified for the generate_departure_surfaces parameter.

  • GENERATE_CLEARWAY_SURFACESA clearway surface will be generated.
  • NOT_GENERATE_CLEARWAY_SURFACESA clearway surface will not be generated. This is the default.
Boolean
threshold_point_feature_class
(オプション)

The input threshold point dataset. The feature class must be z-enabled.

Feature Layer
custom_json_file
(オプション)

The import configuration, in JSON format, that creates the custom OIS.

File

派生した出力

名前説明データ タイプ
derived_outfeatureclass

The updated feature class containing the generated OIS.

Feature Layer

コードのサンプル

FAA13ASurfaces example 1 (Python window)

The following Python window script demonstrates how to use the FAA13ASurfaces function.

# set gp environment
import arcpy

# Check out extensions
arcpy.CheckOutExtension('Airports')

# Set  variables
inFeatures = r"C:\data\ois.gdb\RunwayCenterline"
targetOIS = r"C:\data\ois.gdb\ObstructionIdSurface"
highrunwayendtype = "SMALL_AIRPLANE_APPROACH_SPEEDS_LT_50"
lowrunwayendtype = "LARGE_AIRPLANE_VISUAL_RUNWAY_DAY_NIGHT"
generate_departure_surface = "GENERATE_DEPARTURE_SURFACES"
generate_clearway_surface = "GENERATE_CLEARWAY_SURFACES"
threshold_featureclass = r"C:\data\ois.gdb\AirportControlPoint"

# Generate FAA13A OIS Surfaces
arcpy.aviation.FAA13ASurfaces(inFeatures, targetOIS, highrunwayendtype, lowrunwayendtype, generate_departure_surface, generate_clearway_surface, threshold_featureclass)

# Check in extensions
arcpy.CheckInExtension('Airports')
FAA13ASurfaces example 2 (stand-alone script)

The following Python window script demonstrates how to use the FAA13ASurfaces function with the custom_json_file parameter.

import arcpy

# Check out extensions
arcpy.CheckOutExtension('Airports')

# Set  variables
inFeatures = r"C:\data\ois.gdb\RunwayCenterline"
targetOIS = r"C:\data\ois.gdb\ObstructionIdSurface"
highrunwayendtype = "SMALL_AIRPLANE_APPROACH_SPEEDS_LT_50"
lowrunwayendtype = "LARGE_AIRPLANE_VISUAL_RUNWAY_DAY_NIGHT"
generate_departure_surface = "GENERATE_DEPARTURE_SURFACES"
generate_clearway_surface = "GENERATE_CLEARWAY_SURFACES"
threshold_featureclass = r"C:\data\ois.gdb\AirportControlPoint"
customjsonfile = r"C:\data\customOIS.json"

# Generate FAA13A OIS Surfaces
arcpy.aviation.FAA13ASurfaces(inFeatures, targetOIS, highrunwayendtype, lowrunwayendtype, generate_departure_surface, generate_clearway_surface, threshold_featureclass, customjsonfile)

# Check in extensions
arcpy.CheckInExtension('Airports')

ライセンス情報

  • Basic: No
  • Standard: 次のものが必要 Airports, ArcGIS Aviation Charting
  • Advanced: 次のものが必要 Airports, ArcGIS Aviation Charting

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