Meteorological Info Exchge by MET ANSP KNMI to support non-SC (Safety Critical)and SC aviation apps for Amsterdam Schiphol


Jun. '15OngoingNov. '21

Implementing Partners

Leader: KNMI


Implementation of a flexible and cost-effective interoperable exchange of MET information for Amsterdam TMA and ACC, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Airspace Users, Military and Network Manager compliant with the iSWIM data formats and interfaces.
Demonstration and verification of the operational deployment of iSWIM for MET information.
To provide feedback on the principles, standards and specifications currently defined for iSWIM in AF5 and the information and exchange models and schemes of ICAO (WXXM), WMO (METCE) and the EUROCONTROL/FAA (WXCM-WXXM-WXXS).
The implementation and verification covers the standard MET products: TAFs for civil airports in Amsterdam TMA and ACC (WP1); AIRMETs and SIGMETs for the Amsterdam FIR (WP2); METARs and AUTO METARs for civil airports in Amsterdam TMA and ACC (WP4); (AUTO) MET reports and warnings for civil airports in Amsterdam TMA and ACC (WP5). The implementation and verification also covers the provision of continuous sensor information for all available runways in Amsterdam TMA and ACC.

Countries involved

Additional Information

  • Project Type: Meteo Service Provider
  • CEF Call Year: 2014
  • Civil/Military: Civil
  • Multistakeholder: No
  • Main AF: AF5 - Initial System Wide Information Management
  • Sub AF: S-AF 5.4 - Meteorological information exchange
  • Progress Percentage: 74%