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1 Mission Trajectory Step 1 From planning to deployment

2 Deployment Baseline (formerly: IP1) Step 1 Time-based Operations Step 2 Trajectory-based Operations Step 3 Performance-based Operations SESAR Steps are capability-based (not fixed in time) The SESAR concept

3 4D Business Trajectories data linked and negotiated between AOC- NM-aircraft-ATC 4DT Trajectory negotiation 4D Mission Trajectory same principles as Business Trajectory but enables complex military operations: Airspace reservations part of trajectory definition Synchronisation of multiple trajectories for complex missions Formation flights with trajectory split/join up Confidentiality & security requirements of exchanges between WOC-NM-aircraft-ATC SESAR : Business/Mission Trajectory

4 Business/Mission Trajectory Not a new way to fulfill missions - A new way to share information, negotiate trajectories and allocate airspace during planning cycles and execution phase, - A new way for flights description, richer than today’s Flight Plan - A new way to provide Air Navigation Services - A new challenge for civil/military coordination Mission Trajectory

5 Network Shortcomings Lack of Airspace management flexibility (inability to exploit capacity opportunities) Lack of integration of Network, ATC and AOC/WOC operations (limited reliability of available information by different actors) implies: Limited predictability overprotection in term of capacity, Local actions with negative impact on Network 2 hours gap between ATFM and ATC (limited flexibility and reactivity) Civil military airspace management systems to distribute planned airspace usage & airspace status and to allow more modular airspace structures. Harmonised military flight planning & aeronautical information systems to support improved “Operational Air Traffic” Secure gateways to interconnect military systems to the ATM network Uplink & downlink of trajectory data through data link (Transport type only for time based operations) Enhanced airborne navigation and surveillance systems (Transport type only for time based operations) Technical Enablers Mission Trajectory requirements Unrestricted access to airspace for high priority missions Operational Air Traffic Transit Service across Europe Sufficient airspace for training Confidentiality & security Compatibility with FABs & NM Main Step 1 system changes in support of Mission Trajectory & Network performance

6 STEP 1 Mission trajectory development ATFCM Baseline Projects Projects ASM local simulation/negotiation ASM simulation/negotiation Based on Mission requests ASM simulation/negotiation Based on Mission requests ASM simulation/negotiation Based on flight intents ASM simulation/negotiation Based on flight intents Project Project Project Project WOC ATC ATFCM A/C Aircraft Meteo

7 Common Projects (Business view) 7 Main challenges Master Plan Network Strategy Plan ESSIP Performances & Maturity Analysis, Business cases Implementation Projects CFT Level 1 Level 3 Monitoring execution Ensuring Consistency Trigger and support corrective actions Level 2

8 ATM Master Plan Operational changes for Military- STEP 1 “full scope” ANSP Aeronautical Information Data sharing Airspace Management Systems Datalink systems and services Enhanced local ATFCM tools for NOP & trajectories Enhanced Flight data processing Ground communication and information infrastructure WOC Aeronautical Information Data sharing Airspace Management Systems Enhanced WOC systems Flight planning and demand data Ground communication and information infrastructure TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT ABAS capability ASAS spacing capability Datalink systems and services FMS capability to support i4d operations FMS upgrade for Lateral/Vertical NAV approach Onboard D-Taxi management Onboard situation awareness & alerts on ground AIRPORT Aeronautical Information Data sharing Airport lighting system Datalink systems and services Ground communication and information infrastructure Surface movement systems Surveillance infrastructure Planning exercise/No CBA Prioritisation based on: Mission trajectory needs Network performance synchronisation

9 Interim Deployment Programme Reference WP 2 Airspace management tools interoperable with the network AOM 19; FUA regulation WP 2 Migration to European Aeronautical Service EAD AOM 13.1; LSSIP report; regulation 73/2010; ITY ADQ WP 4 VDL 2 for Transport AircraftITY AGDL; link WP 5 Ground systems upgrade for Flight Data Exchange ITY COTR; FMTP WP 6* Avionics and procedures for RNP 1 performance NAV 03; PBN mandate WP 7* Avionics and procedures for APV baro/SBAS NAV 10; ICAO spec; PBN mandate Military priorities deployment decision taken no need for Cost Benefit analysis * maturity linked to PBN mandate

10 Pilot “common project” & Deployment Programme Reference WP 1 Enhanced ASM/ATFCM/ATC ? WP 2 Enhanced OAT FPL? WP 3 AMHS? WP 4 Secure gateways with IP networks? WP.. Deployment based on European ATM Master Plan Refined Performance needs Refined Cost Benefit Analysis Updated with R&D results and maturity checks With updated OIs/enablers/lines of action


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