System-Wide Information Management
|Term||system-wide information management|
1) [SWIM consists of] standards, infrastructure and governance enabling the management of ATM information and its exchange between qualified parties via interoperable services.
2) A distributed processing environment which replaces data level interoperability and closely coupled interfaces with an open, flexible, modular and secure data architecture totally transparent to users and their applications.
1) ICAO, AERONAUTICAL COMMUNICATION PANEL (ACP), 2012, Information paper ACP-WGI / WP01, presented by EUROCONTROL at the 15th meeting of working group I
2) SESAR Consortium (2007) CONOPS Acronyms and Definitions, Task 2.2.2 - Milestone 3, Document Number: DLT-0612-222-02-00
Definition 1 to be presented at the ICAO Twelfth Air Navigation Conference (AN-Conf/12).
For information: an older ICAO definition reads: "An advanced technology programme designed to facilitate greater sharing of air traffic management (ATM) system information such as airport operational status, weather information, flight data or status of special use airspace." (ICAO (2011) ICAO doc. CIR 330, Civil/Military Cooperation in Air Traffic Management)
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