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AECOM program supports LAX terminal planning, logistics

Posted on June 17, 2011

AECOM Technology Corp. is working with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) to integrate Esri's ArcGIS Server with Microsoft's SharePoint, Microsoft's SQL Server and Oracle's Primavera to analyze spatial and temporal project information for the Coordination and Logistics Management (CALM) Program for LAWA's Airport Development Group.

These technologies and systems were selected after receiving feedback from LAWA's various geospatial data stakeholders. The CALM program is made up of LAWA and AECOM staff, as well as several sub-consultants with various expertise.

The effort has required extensive collaboration with a number of LAWA departments, including information technology, commercial development and facilities management, to plan, design and implement the system; procure the components and ensure user group needs are met.

Plans for future expansion of the LAX system include a scheduling application that would allow utility shutdown requests to be processed, approved and tracked spatially within SharePoint.

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