How to leverage QML files in QGIS to style layers, in particular this use case deals with AIXM from the aviation domain but can be extended really to any other field
When I presented the AIMIND project which included the ICAO Abbreviations in a machine readable format there was a comment about also doing something for obstacles. PANS AIM Doc 10066 has put a lot of requirements and pieces in place to go digital but we are somehow still waiting to Read more…
AIMIND is short for Aeronautical Information Management Integrated data, it is not a system but an attempt to free from PDF information that can be instead be used in a machine readable alternative, the intention is to provide in csv format those tables currently siloed within PDF so that they can be downloaded and added to any system you can create or just open up with your favorite spreadsheet viewer and run a search on it.
If you are using QGIS for aviation you may not have aeronautical symbology or styles, this is my first share of a Restricted Area style for using in your charts.
Learn to georeference your aeronautical chart and load it in foreflight with QGIS an opensource software