Interestingly a lot of people ask about QGIS training for aviation and finally decided to take the plunge and become certified
QGIS is a powerful open-source GIS software used for charting. With its ability to create detailed maps of flight paths, airport layouts, and support flight planning and navigation, QGIS supports a range of data formats, making it an accessible and cost-effective tool producing aeronautical charts. Explore the power of open-source solutions for aeronautical charting with QGIS that we intend to provide.
This 2022 has been a good year for me personally and for business, PANS OPS and Aeronautical Charting are really taking off. See you in 2023
My experience over the years of what you need to learn to start working in Aeronautical Charting and PANS OPS
In a previous life I used to have a lot of QGZ projects to deal with and had many different layers with different sources when I did aviation charting for an Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP), even more than a decade ago I had to deal with lots of projects Read more…
Ever wanted to learn PYQGIS in QGIS! In this video I go over how to do a buffer using the processing algorithms with PYQGIS
Many times you need to create multiple ring buffers and then style using something else than a polygon, in the past I used to convert to a line and delete the duplicates in order to guarantee nothing would overlap.
We attended the ICAO Obstacle Limitation Surfaces Symposium and here is our review
I did a YouTube video no how you can read AIXM 5.1 vertical structures, which is where the obstacle data is stored. As more countries start releasing their data in formats like AIXM there is an increasing need to be able to read the format and extract the relevant information. Read more…