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Rogers Data GmbH

The company Rogers Data, with its headquarters in Vienna and a location near Linz, was founded in 2008 and is dedicated to the production of VFR aeronautical charts for Austria and several countries of the European Union as well as other products for aviation. Rogers Data VFR Aeronautical Charts have a very detailed representation of the respective airspaces, including UL and gliding airfields, parachute jump sites, hang gliding and paragliding areas, airfields, reporting points, hazard and restricted areas, border crossing points, air sports areas and nature reserves with flight restrictions are also marked. Our range of aeronautical charts is aimed particularly at pilots in general aviation, aviation companies and training organisations. “It is my personal concern to meet the needs and expectations of VFR pilots in the best possible way and to make a contribution to flight planning and flight execution through optimised aeronautical charts”, says Ing. Robert Gallmayer, CEO Rogers Data GmbH. “Rogers Data aeronautical charts are optimised to ensure that they can be easily and smoothly integrated into the information management processes of pilots”. The basic information for the Rogers Data aeronautical charts is obtained from the AIPs of the national states and, depending on the country, supplemented by own research. After detailed examination and adaptation of the data, a uniform chart format is created step by step. During production, special emphasis is placed on the topographic background map with shading and relief, which gives a dynamic 3D impression. In addition to these work steps, the concept of a consistent map image and uniform map layout is kept in focus.

Rogers Data VFR aeronautical charts provide an optimal readable display of airspace and, due to the selected display, allow the recognition of overlapping airspace boundaries. Furthermore, the airspaces without mandatory clearance are displayed in the aviation charts in the font colour BLUE and airspaces requiring clearance in the font colour RED. The control zones, danger areas and restricted areas are also highlighted in RED to draw attention to their special significance. Positive feedback: Features of Rogers Data aeronautical charts appreciated by pilots are the three-dimensional representation of the terrain with the special topographic background map, which has shading and relief. The idea behind Rogers Data charts is that the airspace structure is displayed as clearly as possible and optimally prepared. CTRs (control zones), RMZs (radio mandatory zones) and airspace restrictions are shown in red. The airspace with its structure is shown in blue and nature reserves with flight restrictions are shown in green. Similar to the former Jeppesen charts, which many pilots miss, the labelling of airspace subject to clearance is shown in RED. Airspace not subject to an aircraft maintenance clearance is displayed in BLUE. In each quadrant resulting from the airspace structure, the information on the airspace structure is shown in ascending order from the ground to flight level FL 125. This allows the rapid recording of even complex airspace structures such as those found in the vicinity of high traffic density airfields and airports. The spatial idea of the airspace structure is optimally supported, with the aim of making it possible for pilots to quickly grasp the airspace with the necessary information.

Charts contents: detailed representation of ATS airspace structures. We use a high-quality topographic map with shading and relief. This creates a dynamic 3D impression. Rogers Data VFR aeronautical charts include TMZ transponder mandatory zones, RMZ radio mandatory zones, airports, aerodromes and heliports with additional information, compulsory reporting points, reporting points on request, significant points (border crossing), Radio Navigation Aids with name, frequency and morse code, obstacles or group of obstacles and aerial sporting and recreational activities, areas with sensitive fauna. Areas with sensitive fauna in Austria In addition to the well-known national parks in the area of the Hohe Tauern, Kalkalpen and Nockberge, there are other areas with sensitive fauna in Austria with relevant restrictions, such as Dachstein and Warscheneck. Due to the federal principle, certain competences in Austria, including the establishment and regulation of national parks and areas with sensitive fauna, are reserved to the individual federal provinces. The federal states have also made use of this competence and regulated this in the respective state laws. Information on this is not contained in the national AIP or in the ICAO charts, so the legal bases for this are not easy to find. Unfortunately, ignorance does not protect against punishment. Pilots have already experienced that one might be held responsible. In order to spare pilots the time-consuming research in the nine Austrian provincial laws, we have included the nature reserves and national parks relevant to aviation in the Rogers Data aeronautical charts. Our aim is to provide a practical overview in order to avoid possible violations of the relevant legal regulations.  

Rogers Data Neuerscheinungen

 

Rogers Data VFR Charts 2021

APR 2021 – Austria Set of 5 200k
APR 2021 – Lower Austria-Vienna Single Chart 200k
APR 2021 – Austria 500k
APR 2021 – Germany North 500k
APR 2021 – Germany South 500k
APR 2021 – Portugal 500k
APR 2021 – Spain North East 500k
APR 2021 – Croatia & BIH 500k
APR 2021 – Slovakia 500k
APR 2021 – Slovenia 200k
APR 2021 – Czechia 500k
APR 2021 – Norway North 500k new
APR 2021 – Norway Center North 500k new
APR 2021 – Norway Center South 500k new
APR 2021 – Norway South 500k new
APR 2021 – Sweden North 500k new
APR 2021 – Sweden Center North 500k new
APR 2021 – Sweden Center South 500k new
APR 2021 – Sweden South500k new
APR 2021 – Finland North 500k new
APR 2021 – Finland Center 500k new
APR 2021 – Finland South 500k new
APR 2021 – Bulgaria 500k new
APR 2021 – Romania West 500k new
APR 2021 – Romania East 500k new
APR 2021 – Balkans 500k new
APR 2021 – Greece North 500k new
APR 2021 – Greece South West 500k new
APR 2021 – Greece South East 500k new

 

Rogers Data VFR Charts 2020

MAR 2020 – Switzerland 500k
MAR 2020 – Poland North 500k
MAR 2020 – Poland South East 500k
MAR 2020 – Poland South West 500k
MAR 2020 – Malta & Sicily 500k
MAR 2020 – Portugal 500k
MAR 2020 – Spain North East 500k
MAR 2020 – Spain North West 500k
MAR 2020 – Spain South East 500k
MAR 2020 – Spain South West 500k
MAR 2020 – Germany North 500k
MAR 2020 – Germany South 500k
MAR 2020 – Croatia & BIH 500k
MAR 2020 – Belgium & Luxembourg 500k
MAR 2020 – Slovakia 500k
MAR 2020 – Denmark 500k
MAR 2020 – Slovenia 200k
MAR 2020 – Switzerland 500k
MAR 2020 – Netherlands 500k
MAR 2020 – Czechia 500k
MAR 2020 – Great Britain North 500k
MAR 2020 – Great Britain Center 500k
MAR 2020 – Great Britain South 500k
MAR 2020 – Austria Set of 5 200k
MAR 2020 – Austria 500k
MAR 2020 – France North West 500k
MAR 2020 – France North East 500k
MAR 2020 – France South West 500k
MAR 2020 – France South East 500k
MAR 2020 – Hungary 500k
MAR 2020 – Ireland 500k
MAR 2020 – Italy West 500k
MAR 2020 – Italy South 500k
MAR 2020 – Italy Center 500k
MAR 2020 – Italy North 500k

Rogers Data New Releases

Rogers Data VFR Charts 2019

JUN 2019 – Germany North 500k
JUN 2019 – Germany South 500k
JUN 2019 – Switzerland 500k
MAR 2019 – Poland North 500k
MAR 2019 – Poland South East 500k
MAR 2019 – Poland South West 500k
MAR 2019 – Malta & Sicily 500k
MAR 2019 – Portugal 500k
MAR 2019 – Spain North East 500k
MAR 2019 – Spain North West 500k
MAR 2019 – Spain South East 500k
MAR 2019 – Spain South West 500k
MAR 2019 – Germany North 500k
MAR 2019 – Germany South 500k
MAR 2019 – Croatia & BIH 500k
MAR 2019 – Belgium & Luxembourg 500k
MAR 2019 – Slovakia 500k
MAR 2019 – Denmark 500k
MAR 2019 – Slovenia 200k
MAR 2019 – Switzerland 500k
MAR 2019 – Netherland 500k
MAR 2019 – Czechia 500k
MAR 2019 – Great Britain North 500k
MAR 2019 – Great Britain Center 500k
MAR 2019 – Great Britain South 500k
MAR 2019 – Austria Set of 5 200k
MAR 2019 – Austria 500k
MAR 2019 – France North West 500k
MAR 2019 – France North East 500k
MAR 2019 – France South West 500k
MAR 2019 – France South East 500k
MAR 2019 – Hungary 500k
MAR 2019 – Ireland 500k
MAR 2019 – Italy West 500k
MAR 2019 – Italy South 500k
MAR 2019 – Italy Center 500k
MAR 2019 – Italy North 500k

Rogers Data VFR Charts 2018

OKT 2018 – Poland North 500k new
OKT 2018 – Poland South East 500k new
OKT 2018 – Poland South West 500k new
SEPT 2018 – Malta & Sicily 500k new
JUN 2018 – Portugal 500k new
JUN 2018 – Spain North East 500k new
JUN 2018 – Spain North West 500k new
JUN 2018 – Spain South East 500k new
JUN 2018 – Spain South West 500k new
MAR 2018 – Germany North 500k
MAR 2018 – Germany South 500k
MAR 2018 – Croatia & BIH 500k
MAR 2018 – Belgium & Luxembourg 500k
MAR 2018 – Slovakia 500k
MAR 2018 – Denmark 500k
MAR 2018 – Slovenia 200k
MAR 2018 – Switzerland 500k
MAR 2018 – Netherlands 500k
MAR 2018 – Czechia 500k
MAR 2018 – Great Britain North 500k
MAR 2018 – Great Britain Center 500k
MAR 2018 – Great Britain South 500k
MAR 2018 – Austria Set of 5 200k
MAR 2018 – Austria 500k
MAR 2018 – France North West 500k
MAR 2018 – France North East 500k
MAR 2018 – France South West 500k
MAR 2018 – France South East 500k
MAR 2018 – Hungary 500k
MAR 2018 – Ireland 500k
MAR 2018 – Italy West 500k
MAR 2018 – Italy South 500k
MAR 2018 – Italy Center 500k
MAR 2018 – Italy North 500k

Rogers Data VFR Charts 2017

OKT 2017 – Belgien & Luxembourg 500k new
OKT 2017 – Netherlands 500k new
APR 2017 – European Aerodromes 2.500k
APR 2017 – Germany North 500k
APR 2017 – Germany South 500k
APR 2017 – Croatia & BIH 500k
APR 2017 – Slovakia 500k
APR 2017 – Denmark 500k
APR 2017 – Slovenia 200k
APR 2017 – Switzerland 500k
APR 2017 – Czechia 500k
APR 2017 – Austria Set of 5 200k
APR 2017 – Austria 500k
APR 2017 – Hungary 500k
MAR 2017 – Italy West 500k
MAR 2017 – Italy South 500k
MAR 2017 – Italy Center 500k
MAR 2017 – Italy North 500k

Rogers Data VFR Charts 2016

JUL 2016 – Italy West 500k new
JUN 2016 – Italy South 500k new
MAY 2016 – Schwitzerland 500k new
APR 2016 – Italy Center 500k
APR 2016 – Germany North 500k
APR 2016 – Germany South 500k
APR 2016 – Austria Set of 5 200k
APR 2016 – Slovenia200k
MAR 2016 – Austria 500k
MAR 2016 – Germany South 500k
MAR 2016 – Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina 500k
MAR 2016 – Slovakia 500k
MAR 2016 – Hungary 500k
MAR 2016 – Italy North 500k
MAR 2016 – Czechia 500k

Rogers Data VFR Charts 2015

AUG 2015 – Germany North 500k new
AUG 2015 – Germany South 500k new
MAY 2015 – Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina 500k
MAY 2015 – Slovakia 500k
MAY 2015 – Czech Republic 500k
APR 2015 – Slovenia 200k DEC 2014 – Austria 500k
DEC 2014 – Austria 200k

Rogers Data VFR Charts 2014

DEC 2014 – Austria 500k
SEP 2014 – Slovakia 500k
SEP 2014 – Czech Republic 500k
JUL 2014 – Hungary 500k
JUL 2014 – Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina 500k
MAR 2014 – Slovenia 200k