Flying an IFR flight means you need a corresponding database in addition to a navigational chart for all approached, particularly RNAV and RNP approaches. Watch as Stefan explains how the Aviation Data Management group is responsible for capturing the source data in our database and ensuring that data is accurate and up-to-date information in your flight management system (FMS).
Ryan shows us where it all begins – procuring and acquiring source data from 246 providers worldwide. Jeppesen maintains close working relationships with all source providers to ensure the necessary data needed to process charts and NavData® are received. Source preparation is the department responsible for acquiring the information and aggregating it for dissemination to all Jeppesen products.
Take a sneak peek at the future of Jeppesen production as we work on the future of navigational charting and data, today. Tyler explains the differences between today’s processes and how Jeppesen is moving in a different direction to meet the operational needs of our customers in a digital environment.
Jeppesen is much more than ‘that old charting company.’ And Rich, from our AvDocs group explains how Jeppesen maintains and revises thousands of text pages based on data from source providers around the world. The AvDocs group is responsible for updating and maintaining text pages such as entry requirements, ATC pages, enroute pages, and all of the text pages that cannot be graphically depicted. The AvDocs group is also responsible for company manuals and customer custom data.
Join Kyle as he explains the corporate technical standards group and how they are responsible for Jeppesen’s “secret sauce”. This group is responsible for applying specifications, or guidelines, which are THE rulebook for creating all Jeppesen navigation products. Jeppesen directly collaborates with industry leaders and organizations to ensure we maintain the highest level of quality that our customers have come to know and trust.