About us – Rogers Data GmbH

The company Rogers Data GmbH, with headquarters in Vienna and a location near Linz, was founded in 2008. The focus is on the production of VFR – ICAO aeronautical charts for Austria and numerous other European countries as well as other products for aviation entusiasts. Rogers Data VFR aeronautical charts feature a detailed representation of the respective airspaces. The Rogers Data charts are updated annually and are all available to pilots at the beginning of the flying season. For the 2021 issue year, the range of charts has even been expanded to include some countries in the direction of Scandinavia and south-eastern Europe.

The range of aeronautical charts is aimed in particular at pilots in general aviation, aviation companies and training organizations. “It is a personal concern of mine to meet the needs and expectations of VFR pilots in the best possible way and to contribute to this in flight planning and flight execution through optimized aeronautical charts,” says Ing. Robert Gallmayer, CEO Rogers Data GmbH. “Rogers Data aeronautical charts are optimized to be easily and smoothly integrated into pilots’ information management processes.”

The basic information for the Rogers Data aeronautical charts is obtained from the AIPs (aeronautical information publication) of the national states and, depending on the country, supplemented by our own research.  After thorough examination and implementation of adjustments to 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 chart layout is kept in focus. 

Rogers Data assortment

From Scandinavia in the north to Greece in the south, from Portugal in the west to Poland in the east. Same chart image, same content and same quality. No matter which chart sheet you hold in your hands. With the addition of Scandinavia and south-eastern Europe in 2021, Rogers Data now covers almost 30 European countries with aviation charts. The product range includes printed and digital aeronautical charts, as well as other items such as navigation compasses and accessories in aviation design. One of Rogers Data’s main concerns is to ensure that its products are of the highest quality. For this reason, all aviation charts are designed by or in collaboration with professional pilots. This know-how and expertise is used to create new charts or to update and adapt existing charts. Therefore, the motto “From pilots for pilots” applies.

 

Charts content

Rogers Data VFR aeronautical charts – ICAO charts have a very detailed representation of ATS airspace structures. We use a high-quality topographic map with shading and relief. This creates a dynamic 3D impression. The 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.

Danger-, restricted- and prohibited areas, obstacles or group of obstacles and aerial sporting and recreational activities and areas with sensitive fauna. All Rogers Data VFR aeronautical charts are based on the latest aeronautical information from AIP and their supplements of CAA. They are based on the relevant regulations of ICAO Annex 4 and EU-Regulations.

Advantages of Rogers Data VFR-ICAO Charts

All Rogers Data VFR aviation charts feature the unique RDtech® lamination coating technology. With this technology, all charts are tear resistant and can be folded as many times as needed. The special lamination minimizes solar reflection, mirroring and has been tested at temperatures between -20°C and +80°C. The Rogers Data charts can be written on with an optimized permanent RDtech® pen set. The marked flight paths and markings can be removed afterwards with a RDtech® spray or RDtech® cleaning wipes without leaving any residue. All Rogers Data VFR charts have the same design, the same chart image and the same quality. The uniform appearance makes it easy to find one’s way around the respective chart. In addition to the classic print version, all charts are also available digitally. An identical chart image on the screen and on the folded chart in the hand proves to be a great advantage. Here Rogers Data works together with numerous manufacturers of apps and certified NAV built-in devices.

Electronic availability of Rogers Data Charts

Rogers Data VFR charts – ICAO charts are also available as digital charts from market-leading and popular app and software providers. Collaboration partners include: RocketRoute, SkyDemon, ForeFlight, AirNavigation, SkyMap, Flight Planner, FlyMap, Airmate, RunwayMap, LX Nav, LX navigation and Euroavionics. Customers of Dynon modern glass cockpit avionics can obtain the Rogers Data charts from the provider OzRunways.

Positive Feedback

A feature of Rogers Data aeronautical charts appreciated by pilots is especially the realistic representation of the terrain with the special topographic background map, which has shading and relief. Furthermore, the airspace structure is very clearly displayed and optimally prepared. Thereby CTRs (Control Zones), RMZs (Radio Mandatory Zones) and airspace restrictions are displayed in the color red. The airspace with its structure is shown in blue and the nature reserves with flying restrictions are shown in green.

Contact

If you have any questions, suggestions or feedback about Rogers Data products, please feel free to contact us by phone at +436504949288 or by email at office@rogersdata.at. For additional information, please visit our website at www.rogersdata.at.

Ing. Robert Gallmayer
CEO | Rogers Data GmbH
Commercial Pilot

Rogers Data VFR Charts 2021

APR 2021 – Balkans

APR 2020 – Belgium & Luxembourg

APR 2021 – Bulgaria

APR 2020 – Denmark

APR 2021 – Germany (2 Charts)

JUN 2021 – Estonia

APR 2021 – Finland (3 Charts)

APR 2020 – France (4 Charts)

APR 2021 – Greece (3 Charts)

APR 2020 – Great Britain (3 Charts)

JUN 2021 – Ireland

APR 2020 – Italy (4 Charts)

APR 2021 – Croatia & BIH

JUN 2021 – Latvia

JUN 2021 – Lithuania

APR 2020 – Malta

APR 2020 – Netherlands

APR 2021 – Norway (4 Charts)

APR 2021 – Austria 500k

APR 2021 – Austria 5er Set 200k (5 Charts)

APR 2021 – Austria VFR Trip Kit 200k

APR 2020 – Poland (3 Charts)

APR 2021 – Portugal

APR 2021 – Romania (2 Charts)

APR 2021 – Sweden (4 Charts)

APR 2020 – Switzerland

JUN 2021 – Serbia

APR 2021 – Slovakia

APR 2021 – Slovenia 200k

APR 2021 – Slovenia VFR Trip Kit 200k

APR 2020 – Spain (4 Charts)

APR 2021 – Czechia

APR 2020 – Hungary

APR 2020 – Great Britain (3 Charts)

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 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