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1 ASAS TN Second Workshop, 6-8 October 2003, Malmö ASAS-TN Implementation Strategy Plan Tony Henley BAE SYSTEMS

2 ASAS TN Second Workshop, 6-8 October 2003, Malmö Overview Implementation Challenges Work In Progress The Way Forward

3 ASAS TN Second Workshop, 6-8 October 2003, Malmö Implementation Challenges Operational definition Technology ACAS/ASAS Integration Equipage Rates Certification Large scale Validation Investment costs vs benefits

4 ASAS TN Second Workshop, 6-8 October 2003, Malmö Work In Progress Research Programmes –MA-AFAS, AFAS, NUP I&II, MFF Requirements Focus Group –Coordinates European and US Activity OSED Harmonisation Group –Standardising applications –feeds SPR/INTEROP activities Integration with other tools/capabilities –(C-ATM, SEAP, LAVA/NUP III)

5 ASAS TN Second Workshop, 6-8 October 2003, Malmö Base Line Strategy Considerations Retrofit vs Forward fit ATSAW vs new operations Core Europe vs city pairs Many small steps vs few big leaps

6 ASAS TN Second Workshop, 6-8 October 2003, Malmö Retrofit vs Forward fit ASAS requires a fleet of interacting aircraft –1 A/c per hour per airport will not give benefits –Estimate 40-50% equipage in sector/TMA required to evaluate benefits large commercial aircraft in Europe –most with another 10 years of life –Forward fit will give 50% equipage by 2018? earliest

7 ASAS TN Second Workshop, 6-8 October 2003, Malmö ATSAW vs New operations in European Radar airspace ADS-B Out - (without intent ) –no additional information –no cost justification ATSAW -(ADS-B In) –new information to pilots –under ATC radar control, cannot be used –(except on airport surface) –no operational benefit ASAS Manoeuvres SVA, S&M, C&P –Measurable operational benefits –potential cost justification

8 ASAS TN Second Workshop, 6-8 October 2003, Malmö Initial Deployment large scale validation –high density of equipped aircraft per selected sector or TMA city pair-e.g Madrid Barcelona -or hub –one or two airlines –small number of aircraft types problem in core Europe - – many airlines and aircraft types –difficult to achieve the density quickly –higher costs

9 ASAS TN Second Workshop, 6-8 October 2003, Malmö The Way Forward Two phases of equipage –Phase 1 at Local/Regional Level - ADS-B in and Out with Maneuver Guidance Near term Demonstrate benefits to airlines Minimise impact on ground infrastructure –Phase 2 Fully integrated avionic solution (new FMS) Integration of ASAS with 4 D trajectories and new ATC tools

10 ASAS TN Second Workshop, 6-8 October 2003, Malmö Phase 1 (~2007+) Package 1 validation  Focus on functions giving operational benefits  Start with high density sector with few airline  No change in separation responsibility On ground  Minimal change to ground infrastructure  Necessary enhancements to CWP MMI In Air  Single avionic unit incorporating surveillance database and manoeuvre generator  Manual control of manoeuvres via autopilot

11 ASAS TN Second Workshop, 6-8 October 2003, Malmö ASAS Prerequisites Pilot Support Controller support Accountant support ( Airlines & ANSPs) Therefore Responsibilities must be clear –Safety must be maintained Benefits must justify investment

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