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1 EGNOS Service Provision Status ICAO PBN TF7 Paris, 2 nd July /07/20121ICAO PBN TF7

2 TABLE OF CONTENT EGNOS System & Services Status EGNOS SoL Service issues EGNOS Services Roadmap EGNOS SoL Service introduction Status 02/07/20122ICAO PBN TF7

3 TABLE OF CONTENT EGNOS System & Services Status EGNOS SoL Service issues EGNOS Services Roadmap EGNOS SoL Service introduction Status 02/07/20123ICAO PBN TF7

4 EGNOS System & Services Status 02/07/20124ICAO PBN TF7

5 EGNOS Services EGNOS Safety-of-Life (SoL) Service –Service Declaration: 2 nd March 2011 –http://www.essp-sas.eu/service_definition_documentshttp://www.essp-sas.eu/service_definition_documents EGNOS Open Service (OS) –Service Declaration: 1 st October 2009 –http://www.essp-sas.eu/service_definition_documentshttp://www.essp-sas.eu/service_definition_documents EGNOS Data Access Service (EDAS) –EDAS Service provided by ESSP since 2009 –Service evolutions under development by ESSP –Service Declaration planned for July /07/2012ICAO PBN TF7

6 EGNOS Performance Reporting − Real-Time Performance Monitoring: –EGNOS User Support Website : – Monthly Performance Reports : – Yearly Performance Reports : 02/07/20126ICAO PBN TF7

7 EGNOS Latest Improvements (I/II)  Increased service area and improved service robustness in border areas 02/07/20127ICAO PBN TF7 New EGNOS System Release V2.3.1p was deployed in February-March 2012 with: –GEO Swap (22/3/12): INMARSAT satellite 4F2 (PRN 126) replaced ARTEMIS satellite (PRN 124), thus improving the visibility over the North ECAC area –New reference stations: La Palma (Spain) and Alexandria (Egypt). Athens (Greece) to be deployed in the short term –Improvement in EGNOS functions (iono monitoring) –MT9/MT17 coherency guaranteed –More GPS satellites used by EGNOS (GPS block IIF)

8  Actual performance obtained on a typical day… 02/07/20128ICAO PBN TF7 EGNOS Latest Improvements (II/II)

9 GEO Swap (I/II) The visibility in the North is improved with the inclusion of PRN126: Visibility circles on the 26/10/2011. Solid line = 0° elevation, dotted line =5° elevation INMARSAT satellite 4F2 (PRN 126)ARTEMIS satellite (PRN 124) 02/07/20129ICAO PBN TF7

10 3 EGNOS Geostationary Satellites PRN120 Inmarsat AOR-EPRN124 ESA ArtemisPRN126 Inmarsat IOR-W EGNOS OPS: PRN120 and PRN126 broadcast EGNOS messages to provide the SIS that is actually used by the EGNOS aviation user EGNOS TEST: PRN124 is used by industry for EGNOS System Releases tests and operators training and qualification GEO SWAP: PRN124 replaced by PRN126 in OPS end of March /07/201210ICAO PBN TF7 GEO Swap (II/II)

11 ESR V2.3.1i: Summer –The Industry is working in the development of a new EGNOS system release more robust to ionospheric disturbances. –It is expected that this new release will be deployed in Summer ESR V2.3.2 and V2.4.x: –Improvement of Ionospheric monitoring –LPV-200 service –Addition of new RIMS (up to 40) –Next generation infrastructure (New GEOs, improved comm network, etc.) APV I target Service Area in 2014… EGNOS future improvements 02/07/201211ICAO PBN TF7 APV-I target service area 2014

12 TABLE OF CONTENT EGNOS System & Services Status EGNOS SoL Service issues EGNOS Services Roadmap EGNOS SoL Service introduction Status 02/07/201212ICAO PBN TF7

13 TABLE OF CONTENT EGNOS System & Services Status EGNOS SoL Service issues EGNOS Services Roadmap EGNOS SoL Service introduction Status 02/07/201213ICAO PBN TF7

14 EGNOS SoL Service Issues 02/07/201214ICAO PBN TF7

15 EGNOS SoL Service (I/III) EGNOS SoL Service Definition Document (SDD) describing the characteristics and conditions of access to the service. Published on the 2 nd March 2011 New version of SoL SDD planned for summer EGNOS Service Notices generated whenever there is any complementary information to be provided to users that could affect the any SDD contents. 02/07/201215ICAO PBN TF7

16  A new SoL SDD will be published this summer 02/07/201216ICAO PBN TF7 EGNOS SoL Service (II/III)

17 Service Notices are available at ESSP website: Service Notices published so far: Service Notice #1: MT9-MT17 Status (NOT APPLICABLE after deployment of ESR2.3.1P) Service Notice #2: Status of EGNOS performances (updated in April 2012!) Service Notice #3: EGNOS upgrades deployed in Q1 of 2012 (updated in April 2012!) Service Notice #4: Published in May 2012, related to the potential Service unavailability due to new Leap Second in June (updated on the 30/06/2012!). 02/07/201217ICAO PBN TF7 EGNOS SoL Service (III/III)

18 SoL Service degradation since Sept 2011 affecting APV-I availability mainly in SW and N of Service Area but: –Not compromising integrity at any moment –Not affecting OS users –Not affecting NPA users –Limited impact in published LPV procedures EGNOS SoL Service Degradation (SN#2) 02/07/201218ICAO PBN TF7 –Investigations showed that it was related to: Several NANUs on GPS SVs together with new generation GPS satellites (GPS-IIF) out of the EGNOS mask lowering the number of satellites available. Solar activity increase degrading the ionospheric monitoring capability of the system.

19 Mitigation actions applied –Issue given highest priority by ESSP, EC, ESA and industry. –EGNOS mask updated in February 2012 to include GPS-IIF SVs (PRN1&25) plus PRN27 –Operational workaround applied –ESR231p in February 2012 already correcting some iono related issues and improving robustness thanks to additional RIMS 02/07/201219ICAO PBN TF7 EGNOS SoL Service Degradation (SN#2)

20 Service Degradation Current Status: –Contingency situation not existing anymore –EGNOS performance back to nominal levels since May mainly due to: Effectiveness of Operational Work Around ESR231p improvements (iono robustness, new RIMS and new GPS satellites Block IIF) Moderation of solar activity –Additional robustness against iono activity is expected by August 2012 with ESR231i 02/07/201220ICAO PBN TF7 EGNOS SoL Service Degradation (SN#2)

21 International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service (IERS) add a leap second to the UTC, when required, in order to align this reference with the Mean Solar Time The process to manage the introduction of a new leap second in EGNOS was concluded that could imply an EGNOS service (OS and SoL) unavailability during a period of 72 hours starting from July the 1 st at 00:00:00 CET. SN #4 was published to inform on this planned service outage. EWA specific communications issued and NOTAMs generated to inform final users accordingly No service outage was finally caused. SN #4 updated on 30/06/12 accordingly. All related NOTAMs were cancelled Leap Second introduction (SN#4) 02/07/201221ICAO PBN TF7

22 TABLE OF CONTENT EGNOS System & Services Status EGNOS SoL Service issues EGNOS Services Roadmap EGNOS SoL Service introduction Status 02/07/201222ICAO PBN TF7

23 TABLE OF CONTENT EGNOS System & Services Status EGNOS SoL Service issues EGNOS Services Roadmap EGNOS SoL Service introduction Status 02/07/201223ICAO PBN TF7

24 EGNOS Service Roadmap document will be published by ESSP soon including: –A high-level overview of EGNOS services’ current status –EGNOS Services expected evolutions related to: Service Area extensions Service Level improvements Service Robustness improvements User Interfaces enhacements EGNOS Services Roadmap ( ) 2402/07/2012ICAO PBN TF7

25 TABLE OF CONTENT EGNOS System & Services Status EGNOS SoL Service issues EGNOS Services Roadmap EGNOS SoL Service introduction Status 02/07/201225ICAO PBN TF7

26 TABLE OF CONTENT EGNOS System & Services Status EGNOS SoL Service issues EGNOS Services Roadmap EGNOS SoL Service introduction Status 02/07/201226ICAO PBN TF7

27 EGNOS SoL Service Introduction Status 02/07/201227ICAO PBN TF7

28 EGNOS SoL Service Regulated framework under Supervisory Authority oversight required for a Safety of Life application. Civil Aviation application  Single European Sky (SES): –ESSP SAS certified as ANSP (Service Provision common requirements) –EGNOS System verified (Interoperability regulation) –Safe introduction of the SoL Service (Safety oversight regulation) –Need for EGNOS Working Agreements Main SoL objective is to support civil aviation operations down to LPV (Localizer Performance with Vertical guidance) minima. Freely offered for all phases of flight to: –Airspace Users (as defined by SES regulation) equipped with EGNOS certified receivers (TSOS/ETSOs C144,C145 or C146) –Certified Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) having signed an EGNOS Working Agreement (EWA) with ESSP 2802/07/2012ICAO PBN TF7

29 LPV implementation status (I/IV) 1 st EGNOS Working Agreement signed with DSNA on 02/03/11 2 nd EGNOS Working Agreement signed with Skyguide on 14/11/11 3 rd EGNOS Working Agreement signed with Guernsey Airport (ANSP of Guernsey State, Bailiwick of Guernsey in the Channel Islands) on 05/12/11 4 th EGNOS Working Agreement signed with DFS on 09/12/11 5 th EGNOS Working Agreement signed with ENAV on 16/05/12 6 th and 7 th EGNOS Working Agreement signed with NATS and Austrocontrol on 14/06/12 Many other European ANSPs interested in the EWA or in the process to sign it mainly via the FP7 projects (ACCEPTA, SHERPA): AENA and PANSA now under discussion. 02/07/201229ICAO PBN TF7

30 LPV implementation status (II/IV) EGNOS-based procedures implementation map and detailed list included in the ESSP website 3002/07/2012ICAO PBN TF7

31 LPV implementation status (III/IV) DSNA (France): First LPV procedure in EU operational in Pau on 17/03/11 –LPV in Clermont-Ferrand published on the 5 th May 2011 –LPV in Le Bourget published on the 2 nd June 2011 –LPVs in Bordeaux (08/03/12) and Biarritz (09/02/12) published –LPVs in Toulouse, Brest and Carcassonne (03/05/12) published –LPVs in Vannes and Rodez (31/05/12) –LPVs in Limoges, Nantes and Orléans (28/06/12) Skyguide (Switzerland): LPVs in Les Eplatures and St. Gallen-Altenrhein published on the 17 th November 2011 Guernsey Airport (Bailiwick of Guernesey): LPVs in Alderney Airport published on the 17 th Nov 2011 DFS (Germany): EGNOS authorised for APV Baro procedures in Germany since 15/12/11 –81 APV Baro procedures in 38 airports –6 new LPVs in different airports planned for 2012 More than 40 new EGNOS based procedures expected in 2012!!! 02/07/201231ICAO PBN TF7

32 LPV implementation status (IV/IV) As a summary of the current status: Plans for the rest of 2012: –Some tens more LPVs in France –6 new LPVs in different German regional airports –1 st LPV in Spain? –1 st LPV in UK? –1 st LPV in Italy? Plans in the short-mid term… High expectations based on ANSPs communicated plans for APV implementation… 32 Courtesy of Eurocontrol’s PBN Apporach Map tool 02/07/201232ICAO PBN TF7

33 How to Contact ESSP?  ESSP Website:  EGNOS User Support Website:  EGNOS User Helpdesk:  Service Development: 02/07/201233ICAO PBN TF7

34 02/07/ Questions? 02/07/201234ICAO PBN TF7

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