Wherever you find aviation data, chances are good that you are seeing Mosaic’s expertise at work in exchanging, parsing, fusing, and using that data in real-world applications.
Our core expertise is, and has always been, understanding and harnessing aviation data in performing R&D and complex analysis work. We enjoy designing and deploying custom advanced aviation data analytics solutions that change the way decisions are made.
Mosaic spearheaded one of the earliest efforts to use data exchange between airlines and the FAA to support collaborative airport surface decision-making, culminating in several foundational elements of NASA’s Integrated Arrival, Departure, and Surface (IADS) traffic management system, deployed to Charlotte Douglas International Airport and the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex under the ATD-2 (Airspace Technology Demonstration 2) project, and the FAA’s Terminal Flight Data Manager (TFDM). Our Fuser technology processes and synthesizes inputs from disparate data sources from SWIM and airline data feeds to provide a consistent set of fused flight data. Not only is it integral to IADS, but the Fuser also drives several other applications, including the Mosaic Situation Viewer (see what it can do for you at airportviewer.com) and efforts by NASA and the FAA to provide a cloud-based infrastructure for aviation data exchange.
Our expertise goes far beyond the airport surface. Both independently and with our partners, we routinely identify and develop capabilities and services that add value to the aviation data available directly from SWIM. Our breakthrough analyses have advanced weather translation, traffic flow management, Trajectory Based Operations, and trajectory data synchronization. We have advanced methods and capabilities for airspace users to provide data to the FAA from their aircraft and from their ground systems.
We are experts in these data exchange mechanisms because we helped build them. We have been at the forefront of developing standards for exchanging flight data (FIXM), aeronautical information (AIXM), weather information (WXXM), and maintenance and monitoring information (MMIXM).
In addition to SWIM data published by the FAA, our data analysis expertise has helped NASA predict Terminal Area traffic conditions in real-time, identify anomalies in airport and flight operations in real-time, and develop a knowledge graph to foster the Advanced Air Mobility environment.
Features of this service include:
- Actionable metrics processed in real-time for National Airspace System-wide SWIM data
- Rapid analysis through user interaction with metric and geospatial display features
- Easy data distribution through recording and playback capability
- Historical data access through simple user-generated queries
- Web-based and mobile architecture reduces maintenance and provides everywhere access
- Quickly adjust displays to meet changing data access and analysis requirements through an intuitive user interface
- Facilitate presentation of data and results to non-aviation stakeholders with customizable displays and formatting
- Advanced graphical reporting capabilities