Accelerate System Wide Information Management compliance projects
Cirium provides the knowledge, data and expertise to help ensure your SWIM initiative is successful.
The International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) Global Air Navigation Plan, System Wide Information Management (SWIM) aims to create a seamless flow of aviation data on a global scale. Cirium is a world leader in SWIM implementation, having successfully deployed the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) SWIM Gateway in the United Arab Emirates – one of only three such regional “SWIM Nodes” including EUROCONTROL NM B2B and the FAA SWIM.
ICAO’s Global Air Navigation Plan lays out the roadmap for SWIM, where data is exchanged freely between systems in an interoperable manner based on open standards.
Proven SWIM process
Cirium accelerates implementation of SWIM by consolidating all forms of flight, weather and aeronautical information into a single authoritative source.
Train teams on SWIM
Customizable training provides teams everything needed to know about SWIM, from implementation, to practice and benefits.
Cirium offers a range of consultancy services planning, to data architecture, testing and even managed cloud hosting via Cirium Sky.
Cirium’s approach enables collaborative sharing of data and decision making across all users and stakeholders.
Removing data silos in air operations
Integration and exchange of flight, weather and aeronautical data through an on-premise or a cloud-based solution, enabling unprecedented data exchange across many airspace users and stakeholders.
Deployed stand-alone or as part of ICAO Aviation System Block Upgrades (ASBU), Cirium’s solution directly addresses the need for globally interoperable systems and data underpinning key industry initiatives such as Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM), Flight and Flow Information for a Collaborative Environment (FF-ICE) and Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM).
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Cirium’s SWIM approach enables unprecedented data exchange across many airspace users and stakeholders.