DOT RFI: Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing (ASIAS) Architecture and Advanced Analytic Capabilities Support

Notice ID: ASIASMS01

“The FAA is seeking information on commercial capabilities to design, build and sustain the next generation architecture and associated tools and processes to collect, cleanse, store, organize, integrate, analyze and share aviation safety data and information for the Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing (ASIAS) program. This architecture will support safety analysis and information sharing activities for ASIAS, a collaborative government and industry initiative to proactively discover safety concerns before accidents or incidents occur, leading to timely mitigation and prevention of hazards. The new architecture will replace the legacy system of non-integrated silos of information.  ASIAS, as referenced in this RFI, includes industry-proprietary FOQA (Flight Operations Quality Assurance) data and ASAP (Aviation Safety Action Program) data at the core, and is represented on the site ASIAS is not represented on the site, which is a separate program element with different data sets and access controls, and not related to this RFI.”

“The FAA seeks information on experience in building a sustainable, integrated production system designed to utilize advanced analysis techniques such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, advanced data mining and other “Big Data” tools and techniques. ASIAS will receive operational data from a growing number of commercial aviation, corporate/business, general aviation operators, and other aviation community participants, across a wide range of equipment and aircraft types.  ASIAS will integrate this information with other data such as digital flight data, text-based reports, FAA aviation radar/surveillance data, air traffic voice data, weather data, and other sources.  ASIAS also anticipates the need to create architecture capable of integrating new varieties of data sources not yet identified.”

“ASIAS requires a capability to ingest and store aviation safety data and related metadata.  In addition, ASIAS requires on-demand provisioning of independent data enclaves that hold subsets of ASIAS data customized for use by analysts.  ASIAS requires a website for information dissemination and for collaborative functions enabling authorized users to interact with and communicate to ASIAS.”

“The ASIAS architecture must enable automated collection, processing, fusing, and mining of massive volumes of aviation data in a flexible, repeatable, efficient, cost effective, and secure manner.  The ASIAS architecture must integrate disparate data sources to enable analysts to identify potential safety issues. The ASIAS architecture must be scalable to support the reproducibility and traceability of data provided for various types of ASIAS analyses.”

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