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Aviation information management : from documents to data

Author: Thomas L Seamster; Barbara G Kanki
Publisher: Aldershot, Hampshire, Eng. ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2002.
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Industry initiatives and airline successes described here point the way toward steps that professionals in operational information management can take in the transition to fully integrated information management systems. Chapters outline ways that operators can improve efficiency in flight, ground and maintenance operations, and offer recommendations on safety-critical information and procedures, human factors,  Read more...
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Aviation information management.
Aldershot, Hampshire, Eng. ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2002
(OCoLC)761383236
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas L Seamster; Barbara G Kanki
ISBN: 0754619664 9780754619666
OCLC Number: 49593606
Description: xxvii, 185 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Context of Aviation Operational Information / Thomas L. Seamster and Norman E. St. Peter --
2. Operator Document Systems: Structural Tradeoffs / Barbara G. Kanki and Ronald J. Thomas --
3. Structure of Information in the Future / Gary Cosimini --
4. Standard Aviation Information / Ron A. Sorensen --
5. Flight Operations Information Interchange / Rick W. Travers --
6. From Documents to an Aviation Information Database / Terry J. Snyder and Anita Kanakis --
7. Structured Information for the Cockpit / William W. LeRoy --
8. Establishing a Shared Information Management System / Jack W. Eastman --
9. Electronic Flight Bag in Action: The JetBlue Experience / Brian L. Coulter.
Responsibility: edited by Thomas L. Seamster, Barbara G. Kanki.
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An overview of the structure of aviation operations information and its implications, presenting a framework for dealing with operational information issues, lessons learned from taking particular  Read more...

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'...the information management text book for the 21st century. Aviation Information Management is required reading for all aviation professionals that develop, manage or maintain information systems. Read more...

 
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A Systems Approach to Information Management Improvement

by kentblair (WorldCat user published 2010-10-16) Excellent Permalink

Information management for modern day flight operations is a critical area that is need of developed standards and recommended practice. In the Ashgate book Aviation Information Management a variety of authors discuss early developments within...
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