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This web portal supports organisations using (or interested in using) the ECCAIRS software for the collection and exchange of their aviation safety information.

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Saturday, 25 February 2017 12:07
It is seems strange to think that there was a time when Derby holiday-makers could fly to sunnier climes from an airport that was just a couple of miles out of the city - Derby Airport. Derby...
Saturday, 25 February 2017 12:01
Ahmedabad: A Delhi-bound plane of SpiceJet had to abort take-off at the last minute as an IndiGo flight could not clear the runway due to the presence of rabbits on the strip, averting a major...
Saturday, 25 February 2017 11:59
It is seems strange to think that there was a time when Derby holiday-makers could fly to sunnier climes from an airport that was just a couple of miles out of the city - Derby Airport. Derby...
Saturday, 25 February 2017 11:58
TEHRAN - Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak underlined that his country is willing to produce its light passenger planes in Iran. "Russia has presented a proposal to Iran for the joint...
Saturday, 25 February 2017 11:43
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ECCAIRS News

Announcements : Opportunity for a Seconded National Expert (SNE) extended deadline
Tuesday, 13 September 2016 15:29

The deadline for the position of Seconded National Expert, contributing to the ECCAIRS activity, has been extended to 27 February 2017. We recommend those interested to contact their Member State's Permanent Representation (follow the link and look under How to participate?). Note that not all Representations publish all open positions; should this be the case you can contact the Representation and ask them to provide the details for applying to the position.

The selected candidate will participate in the further development, deployment, distribution, support and training activities of the ECCAIRS Reporting System and related tools by providing specific competence in the area of aviation safety which will be essential for the correct development of efficient user-interfaces and analysis methodologies. At the same time participation in the ECCAIRS development will ensure that the SNE will obtain a detailed insight in the ins and outs of the system. This will enable the SNE to support Member States authorities and International Organisations in using ECCAIRS, for example by creating customized taxonomy extensions and user-interfaces, by extending the system using the ECCAIRS application programming interfaces or by applying data-extraction, -warehousing and -analysis techniques.
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White Papers : New White Paper (incl. video) on customisation of Web Maps
Thursday, 08 September 2016 17:37

The ECCAIRS 5 Web Map Add-Ins are a family of Add-Ins for displaying Occurrences on a map or setting Attribute values of Occurrences based on geographical coordinates (for instance the Occurrence Latitude/Longitude) on a map. The Add-Ins can be used in the ECCAIRS Web Browser application ("WebDAS"). This document describes how the Web Map Add-Ins can be customised. Included are the customisation code and a video of the obtained result.
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