The area of variation of an altitude between upper and lower limits.
The area of variation of an angle between upper and lower limits.
Units of measure for acceleration.
Units of measure for an area.
Units of measure for a rate of progress or change of a certain material as it builds up on solid objects.
Units of measure for Eddy Dissipation Rate.
Units of measure for electric current.
Units of measure for energy flux.
Units of measure for a force.
Units of measure for frequency.
Units of measure for length.
Units of measure for luminance.
Units of measure for light intensity.
Units of measure for mass concentration.
Units of measure for mass density.
Units of measure for mass.
Units of measure for a particle content.
Units of measure for particle flux.
Units of measure for the plane angle.
Units of measure for power.
Units of measure for pressure.
Units of measure for the quantitative relation between two amounts showing the number of times one value contains or is contained within the other.
Units of measure for the solid angle.
Units of measure for temperature.
Units of measure an interval of time.
Units of measure for speed.
Units of measure for concentration.
Units of measure for a volume measurement.
Units of measure for a weight.
A combination of a date and a time type which allows the planning status to be recorded.
The area of variation of a vertical distance between upper and lower limits.
Describes the length or distance in the temporal dimension and allows the planning status to be recorded.
Derived from GM_Point and extended to include properties for describing a three dimensional point with a time.
An identifier used to identify one instance of an entity within an identification scheme that is managed by a formal organisation.
The area of variation of a speed between upper and lower limits.
Derived from GM_Curve and extended to include properties that represent the vertical position (elevation, datum, accuracy).
Derived from GM_Point and extended to include properties for describing a point with elevation and vertical extent.
Derived from GM_Surface and extended to include properties that represent the vertical position (elevation, datum, accuracy).
The area of variation of a time between earlier and later limits.
Derived from GM_Curve and extended to include Horizontal Accuracy properties
Derived from GM_Point and extended to include Horizontal Accuracy properties
Derived from GM_Surface and extended to include Horizontal Accuracy properties
Calculated acceleration of the target expressed in Cartesian co-ordinates.
The vertical distance of a level, a point or an object considered as a point, measured from mean sea level (MSL).
An altitude contained within given limits.
The value of a concentration, which represent the abundance of a constituent divided by the total volume of a mixture.
The separation between two points.
The frequency value of a navigation system.
A hexadecimal value.
The luminous intensity of a light source. It is a measure of the wavelength-weighted power emitted by a light source in a particular direction.
A mass value.
The value of a pressure.
The value of a rate of turn.
The measure of motion in terms of speed in a particular direction. It is usually calculated using the simple formula, the change in position during a given time interval.
A speed contained within given limits.
The value of a temperature.
Velocity is the instantaneous rate of change of position with time. It is usually calculated using the simple formula, the change in position during a given time interval.
The separation between two points in the vertical plane.
The weight value.
A data type is a classification identifying one of various types of data. Common data types may include:
<ul>
<li> integers,</li>
<li> booleans,</li>
<li> alphanumeric strings. </li>
</ul>
Codelists also exist within the AIRM. These are a list of CharacterString values.
ATM-related geometry concepts.
Types used to represent hexidecimals.
A generic identifier which is used for the other identifiers in the AIRM.
ATM specific numeric types which enrich or specialise the ISO foundation
Types which collect two of more measures/values in order to establish a range.
ATM-related temporal concepts.
ATM-related units of measure.