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Federal Aviation Administration Global Operational Data Link Document (GOLD) Date:24 September 2009 Presented to:RTCA SC-214/EUROCAE WG-78 Plenary 8 By:Tom.

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1 Federal Aviation Administration Global Operational Data Link Document (GOLD) Date:24 September 2009 Presented to:RTCA SC-214/EUROCAE WG-78 Plenary 8 By:Tom Kraft, Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor for Aeronautical Communications, Aviation Safety, Federal Aviation Administration Mobile: Globally harmonize data link procedures and technical specifications

2 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration Overview Introduction GOLD change process GOLD contents GOLD schedule and status

3 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration GOLD introduction (1 of 3) An Ad Hoc Working Group is developing a global operational data link document (GOLD) Endorsed by NAT SPG and APANPIRG (Jun/Sep 08) U.S. is coordinating efforts Well represented by ANSPs, ICAO, IFALPA, IATA, airframe manufacturers, aircraft operators, others The GOLD is on a fast track

4 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration GOLD introduction (2 of 3) Globally harmonize existing data link operations Resolve regional and/or State differences impacting seamless operations Address performance issues with satellite data services Intended primarily for those who are involved in planning and implementation of data link services, and day-to-day operations Will be key to harmonizing oceanic and continental (domestic) data link operations worldwide

5 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration GOLD introduction (3 of 3) The GOLD will effectively supersede –Guidance Material for ATS Data Link Services in North Atlantic Airspace –FANS-1/A Operations Manual (for the Asia-Pacific, South American, African-Indian Ocean Regions) The GOLD includes provisions for the aeronautical telecommunication network (ATN) implementation in the European Region

6 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration NAT Guidance Material users Gander Shanwick Reykjavik Santa Maria Bodø New York

7 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration FANS 1/A Operations Manual users Accral Algeria Anchorage Oceanic Antananarivo (Madagascar) Atlantico Auckland Oceanic Bahrain Brisbane Canarias Casablanca Lebanon Libya Lisbon Luanda Malaysia Mauritius Melbourne Morocco Myanmar Nadi Nauru Oakland Oman Colombo Dakar Oceanic Egypt Emirates Fukuoka Honiara India Indonesia Iraq Johannesburg Oceanic Jordan Kuwait Palestinian Gaza Qatar Sal Saudi Arabia Seychelles Singapore Sudan Syria Tahiti Thailand Tunisia Yemen

8 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration GOLD change process (1 of 3) After a planning and implementation regional group (PIRG) has endorsed the initial release of the GOLD, it will be maintained as a regional document in coordination with participating PIRGs providing data link services within their region. Each PIRG will establish a mechanism for submitting and administering change proposals.

9 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration GOLD change process (2 of 3) Any stakeholder will be able to submit a change proposal to their ICAO regional office. The ICAO regional office will coordinate the change proposal within its own region, other regions, and ICAO HQ, to determine the acceptability of the change proposal. Once coordination has been completed and the change proposal is accepted, the change will be concluded by the PIRGs.

10 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration GOLD change process (3 of 3) Until such time, the ad hoc working group is soliciting review and comment on a draft version of the GOLD, v0.5.0, to ensure the best quality and usability of its initial release as a regional document.

11 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration GOLD contents (1 of 3) Definitions – Chapter 1 Overview of data link operations – Chapter 2 Guidelines –Planning and implementation – Chapter 3 –Data link operations – controller, radio operator – Chapter 4 –Data link operations – flight crew – Chapter 5 –Advanced data link operations – DARP and TA – Chapter 6 –State aircraft data link operations, e.g., MARSA and air-to-air refueling – Chapter 7

12 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration GOLD contents (2 of 3) Supporting Appendices –CPDLC message elements and standardized free text messages - Appendix A –Performance specifications RCP for CPDLC – Appendix B Required performance for ADS-C and FMC WPR – Appendix C –Post-implementation monitoring and corrective action – Appendix D –Region/State specific information – Appendix E –Operator/Aircraft specific information – Appendix F

13 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration GOLD contents (3 of 3) Some editorial work remains, such as consistent use of terminology and definitions Deferred items –Use of satellite voice for ATC communications –Oceanic clearance delivery using ACARS ARINC 623 data link application –Use of CPDLC free text to convey turbulence information –Consideration of implementation strategy guidelines provided at Appendix H to the FIT BOB/10 report Appendix E and F need to be completed

14 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration GOLD schedule and status (1 of 3) 1-3 Oct 07 – NAT SPG/Special Prep (Paris) – Performance specs – Done 5-9 Nov 07 – IPACG/27 (Tokyo) – Performance specs – Done Nov 07 – NAT SPG/Special (Paris) – Performance specs – Done Mar 08 – ISPACG/22 (Tahiti) – Endorse program – Done Apr 08 – NAT FIG/17 (Ayr) – Endorse program – Done May 08 – NAT IMG/32 (Limerick) – Endorse program – Done Jun 08 – NAT SPG/44 (Paris) – Endorse program – Done Jun 08 – APAC ATM/AIS/SAR/18 (Bangkok) – Endorse program – Done 1-5 Sep 08 – APANPIRG/19 (Bangkok) – Endorse program – Done 29 Sep – 3 Oct 08 – NAT FIG/18 (Paris) – Update - Done Oct 08 – IPACG/29 (Fukuoka) – Endorse program – Done

15 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration GOLD schedule and status (2 of 3) Nov 08 – rough drafts of GOLD v0.1, v0.2, and v0.3 – Done Nov 08 – GOLD/1 (London) – Done 6 Feb 09 – initial draft of GOLD – V0.4 – Done 2-6 Mar 09 – NAT FIG/19 (Savannah, GA) – Update – Done Mar 09 – ISPACG/23 (Santiago) – Update – Done 7 May 09 – GOLD – v0.4.1 – Done May 09 – IPACG/30 (Seattle, WA) – Update – Done 2 Jun 09 – GOLD – v0.4.2 – Done 2-5 Jun 09 – GOLD/2 (Los Angeles, CA) – Done 14 Jun 09 – GOLD v Done 16 Jun 09 – GOLD/2 – Extended (Web Ex/Telecon) – Done Updates

16 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration GOLD schedule and status (3 of 3) June 09 – NAT SPG/45 (Paris) – Update - Done Jul-Aug 09 – GOLD – v0.4.4, v0.4.5, v0.4.6, & v0.4.7 – Done 6 Aug 09 – distribute GOLD – v0.5.0 (broad review) – Done Aug 09 – FIT BOB/11 and SATOC (Bangkok) – Update – Done 7-11 Sep 09 – APANPIRG/20 (Bangkok) – Done Sep 09 – RTCA SC-214/EUROCAE WG-78 - Now 28 Sep/2 Oct 09 – NAT CNSG/1 (Paris) – Planned 30 Sep 09 – GOLD broad review ends 5-9 Oct 09 – IPACG/31 (Tokyo) – Planned Oct 09 – Update GOLD – Planned Nov 09 – NAT IMG/35 (Reykjavik) – Planned Feb/Mar 10 – ISPACG/24 (Nadi) – Planned Jun 10 – NAT SPG/46 (Paris) – Planned Updates

17 GOLD 24 September Federal Aviation Administration Action by meeting participants Comments welcome by SC-214/WG-78 by 30-Sep-09

18 Federal Aviation Administration Thank you Remarks


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