Airport Geographical Information Systems (AGIS)


AGIS is an advanced GIS system that helps the FAA collect, store and distribute airport and aeronautical data to meet the demands of the Next Generation National Airspace System. The system is built on open data standards, and includes enhanced workflow and tracking capabilities providing automatic validation of all submitted data. CGH developed, implemented, and currently manages the web-based gateway to the existing AGIS application.

Aeronautical Surface Screening Evaluation Tool (ASSET)


CGH's ASSET, a SaaS solution, is built on a cloud platform and provides a one-stop-shop for Aeronautical data. It allows customers like the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) to collect Obstacle, Aerodrome and Navaid data and provide analysis adhering to eTOD initiatives set forth by the ICAO. This one-stop-shop web and mobile solution includes advanced visual mapping and also provides a service framework using OGC and other international standards like AIXM to provide data services for other IAA and external programs.

Internet Obstacle Evaluation/Airport Airspace Analysis (iOE/AAA)

iOE/AAA was designed, developed and maintained as a SaaS by CGH. This system provides FAA personnel with one system through which they can perform airspace analysis. CGH continues to enhance the capabilities of this advanced GIS system. which includes the capability to submit UAS/COA cases. CGH is also in the process of providing seamless integration with FAA's ORMS system via a web-service framework, thus eliminating the current manual process.



CGH is re-engineering the FAA's fee-for-service Overflights system. Overflight fees are applicable to all aircraft operators conducting flights through US-controlled airspace that do not land or depart in the US. Thanks to CGH's modernization of the FAA's legacy technology for surveying air traffic movements, the FAA can improve the effectiveness of its Overflight fee collections in the years ahead while providing critical analysis for the FAA.

Electronic Terrain & Obstacle Data (eTOD)

The electronic Terrain and Obstacle Data (eTOD) team publishes both the built and under construction obstructions, and is responsible for collecting, analyzing, validating, maintaining and communicating the state of obstacles for the aviation community. This quality database is essential for the FAA to maintain accurate information for charting and assisting air traffic control.