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Title: A map-matching algorithm for ground movement trajectory representation using A-SMGCS data
Authors: Tran, Thanh-Nam
Pham, Duc-Thinh
Alam, Sameer
Keywords: Engineering::Aeronautical engineering
Issue Date: 2020
Source: Tran, T.-N., Pham, D.-T., & Alam, S. (2020). A map-matching algorithm for ground movement trajectory representation using A-SMGCS data. Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics for Air Transportation (AIDA-AT), 1-8. doi:10.1109/AIDA-AT48540.2020.9049181
Project: M4062429.052 
Abstract: Increasing availability of air traffic data has opened new opportunities for better understanding of Air Traffic Management (ATM) system. At Airport-Air side, A-SMGCS (Advanced Surface Movement Guidance \& Control System) data may provide useful insights to improve efficiency and safety of airport operations by understanding traffic patterns, taxi-way usage, ground speed profiles and any anomaly behaviour. However, A-SMGCS data comes from the fusion of several sensors such as MLAT, ADS-B and SMR. This leads to high and variable noise, missing data values, and temporal and spatial misalignment. In this study, we proposed a new and simplified representation of ground movement trajectories using a map-matching algorithm applied on A-SMGCS data. The proposed approach not only overcomes above mentioned issues of data, but also takes into consideration airport specific operational constraints. The algorithm shows a good matching results with mean percentage error of approximate 8.13\% . The matching trajectories and sequences of nodes in resulting graph, supports a variety of analysis about airport operations. To show the effectiveness of proposed approach, we performed some analysis such as traffic patterns, taxi-way usages, speed profiling and anomaly detection, using one month of A-SMGCS data at Singapore Changi Airport.
ISBN: 978-1-7281-5381-0
DOI: 10.1109/AIDA-AT48540.2020.9049181
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