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The Weather Roadmap presents an Executive View (EV) of weather-related acquisition activities and the changes to these activities that exist within the Weather enterprise architecture (EA) domain (projects and programs) of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The Weather Roadmap provides the evolution of the weather architecture via AMS milestones and related activities (e.g., aviation weather research, demonstrations, and other agency activities) necessary to achieve the performance objectives and capabilities to support NextGen. As a perspective of the changes in the NAS operational environment, the Weather Roadmap reflects major Weather interdependencies to support (or be supported by) other domains in the NAS enterprise architecture as depicted in NAS Roadmaps.

  • Update Information for Roadmap
  • ID / Revision: 8 / 3
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  • Updated: 04-Mar-2014


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