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SESAR AEROMACS PROJECTS P9.16 New Communication Technology at Airport P15.02.07 Airport Surface Datalink ICAO ACP WG S meeting 14 th, 15 th July 2014.

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1 SESAR AEROMACS PROJECTS P9.16 New Communication Technology at Airport P15.02.07 Airport Surface Datalink ICAO ACP WG S meeting 14 th, 15 th July 2014

2 DISCLAIMER 2 This presentation is created by the P.9.16 and P.15.02.07 members and is based on ©SESAR JOINT UNDERTAKING material developed within the frame of the SESAR Programme, co-financed by the EU and EUROCONTROL. The opinions expressed herein reflect the author’s view only. The SESAR Joint Undertaking is not liable for the use of any of the information included herein. Reprint of information included herein with approval of publisher and with reference to source code only

3 INDEX 3 01 REMINDER: OVERVIEW AND SCOPE 02 STATUS OF VERIFICATION ACTIVITIES 03 WIMAX AVIATION 2014 EVENT 04 STATUS OF STANDARDIZATION 05 OUTCOME OF AEROMACS PROJECTS 06 NEXT STEPS

4 SESAR ATM KEY FEATURES 4 Source: S-JU / ATM Masterplan

5 CNS ENABLING THE SESAR CONCEPT 5 Communication technologies are key enablers and its evolution is fundamental to support new SESAR concept Support to future ATS and AOC datalink services Current capacity saturation Safety critical com requirements

6 AEROMACS IN FEW WORDS 6 Specifications: TDD OFDMA QPSK, QAM16, QAM64 Channel bandwidth: 5Mhz Frequency: C-Band (5091-5150MHz) in ITU regulated spectrum AM(R)S for aeronautical use Benefits: Broadband mobile datalink Coverage up to ~3km Fast and easy to deploy and maintain High data rate and adaptive modulation Potential support of wide range of applications (data, voice, video…) Standardization at ICAO Robust, efficient, secure, safe, support to mobility, flexible, expandable…

7 POTENTIAL USES OF AEROMACS 7 Fixed services Video surveillance on airport surface Data collection and sharing Wireless backhaul Mobile services ATS/AOC services Service vehicles on airport surface and aircrafts Potential use for future mobile SWIM applications at airport AeroMACS is technically capable to support any service demanding high performance, offering QoS, Security, Broadcast, Multicast and Mobility capabilities among other, including Safety and Regularity of Flight related services:

8 OVERVIEW AND SCOPE OF SESAR AEROMACS 8 GENERALITIES  Projects scope Define, validate and demonstrate a new airport surface communication system (AeroMACS) based on WiMAX 802.16 standard to support ATS/AOC communications: Project 15.2.7 covers overall system aspects and ground component Project 9.16 covers airborne component Include the development of prototype AeroMACS MS and BS and testing in Lab, on Cars, and on Aircraft at Toulouse Airport  Partners  Duration: March 2010 to Q4 2014 P9.16AIRBUSEUROCONTROLSELEXTHALES P15.02.07 AIRBUSEUROCONTROLSELEXTHALES INDRANATMIGDSNAAENA

9 OVERVIEW AND SCOPE OF SESAR AEROMACS 9 P.15.02.07 MAIN ACTIVITIES Common studies on the overall AeroMACS System AeroMACS system functional and performance definition Definition of a new IEEE 802.16-2009 (AeroMACS) profile Simulations and performance analysis Security and safety analysis Coordination with standardization bodies (RTCA/EUROCAE/ICAO) Specification and development of MS and BS prototypes V&V activities Development of V&V plans, test benches, test objectives and procedures Test in laboratory environments, including interoperability (multiple manufacturers) Tests in real airport environment – first static, then on Cars, and later on Aircraft, at Toulouse Airport P.9.16

10 OVERVIEW AND SCOPE OF SESAR AEROMACS 10 P.15.02.07 Airport Surface Datalink P.15.02.07 Airport Surface Datalink T01 Overall IEEE 802.16e/aero System Analysis & Design (Lead EUROCONTROL) T01 Overall IEEE 802.16e/aero System Analysis & Design (Lead EUROCONTROL) T02 Channel models and propagation analysis (Lead NATMIG) T02 Channel models and propagation analysis (Lead NATMIG) T03 IEEE 802.16e/aero profile (Lead EUROCONTROL) T03 IEEE 802.16e/aero profile (Lead EUROCONTROL) T04 Development & Integration Analysis (Lead AENA) T04 Development & Integration Analysis (Lead AENA) T05 System Implementation (Lead SELEX ES) T05 System Implementation (Lead SELEX ES) T06, T10, T11, T12 Integration and Testing (Lead THALES) T06, T10, T11, T12 Integration and Testing (Lead THALES) T07 Standardization and Global Interoperability (Lead EUROCONTROL) T07 Standardization and Global Interoperability (Lead EUROCONTROL) T08 Security and Safety Analysis (Lead DSNA) T08 Security and Safety Analysis (Lead DSNA) T09 Management (Lead INDRA) T09 Management (Lead INDRA) P.9.16 New Communication Technology at Airport P.9.16 New Communication Technology at Airport T01, T02, T03 Deployment and Integration Analysis (Lead SELEX/AIRBUS) T01, T02, T03 Deployment and Integration Analysis (Lead SELEX/AIRBUS) T04, T05, T17 Airborne Prototype development (Lead SELEX/AIRBUS) T04, T05, T17 Airborne Prototype development (Lead SELEX/AIRBUS) T06, T07, T08, T09, T10, T11, T18, T19 Integration and Testing development (Lead AIRBUS) T06, T07, T08, T09, T10, T11, T18, T19 Integration and Testing development (Lead AIRBUS) T13 Management (Lead AIRBUS) T13 Management (Lead AIRBUS) WORKING ACTIVITIES

11 OVERVIEW AND SCOPE OF SESAR AEROMACS 11 SIMPLIFIED SCHEDULE 20102011201220132014 Common Studies and Specification of the AeroMACS Prototypes Coordination with standardization bodies (RTCA/EUROCAE/ICAO/WiMAX Forum/AEEC) Development of the BS and MS prototypes Tests Preparation/Definition Tests and Reports TODAY

12 OVERVIEW AND SCOPE OF SESAR AEROMACS 12 Ongoing active coordination with US/FAA Support to standardisation bodies for AeroMACS: EUROCAE WG-82, RTCA SC-223, ICAO WG-S, WiMAX Forum (AWG) and AEEC/SAI SESAR 9.16/15.2.7 Projects have contributed to the joint (EUROCAE and RTCA) development of the AeroMACS profile based on mobile WiMAX standard and the AeroMACS MOPS SESAR 9.16/15.2.7 Projects are supporting the development in EUROCAE of the AeroMACS MASPS SESAR 9.16/15.2.7 Projects are contributing to the development of the AeroMACS SARPs and Technical Manual in ICAO SESAR 9.16/15.2.7 Projects have supported the development in WiMAX Forum of specific AeroMACS docs (PICS, CSRL, …) SESAR 9.16/15.2.7 Projects will provide input to the AEEC/SAI for the AeroMACS Avionics Standard ACHIEVEMENTS (1/2)

13 OVERVIEW AND SCOPE OF SESAR AEROMACS 13 Extensive simulations have been carried out to validate the AeroMACS profile AeroMACS system definition documents delivered, including Architectures Description, Systems Specification, and Systems Verification AeroMACS testbed platforms developed to support laboratory and airport tests Prototype development and laboratory tests are completed Prototypes are deployed on Toulouse airport, ready to support Toulouse airport tests: car tests and aircraft tests P.15.02.07 Toulouse airport car tests completed ACHIEVEMENTS (2/2)

14 INDEX 14 01 OVERVIEW AND SCOPE 02 STATUS OF VERIFICATION ACTIVITIES - TESTING 03 WIMAX AVIATION 2014 04 STATUS OF STANDARDIZATION 05 OUTCOME OF AEROMACS PROJECTS 06 NEXT STEPS

15 AEROMACS VERIFICATION PROCESS 15 AIRPORT TESTS: Link adaptation, modulation performance, cell coverage, NLOS performance, multi-channel usage, mobility, handover …

16 1900m AEROMACS INFRASTRUCTURE 16 Mobile Systems + Ground Base Stations + Access Service Network ASN-GW

17 9.16 INITIAL RESULTS 17 Completed test-bench verifications (Phase 1): – Radio Frequency performances – Physical Layer profile compliance – Network Entry procedures and performances – Power Control (Open/Closed Loop) – QoS – Network Security: Authentication – Throughput, Jitter, Delay and link Performances Tests under execution (Phase 2): – Network Security: Encryption – Mobility / Handover – Interoperability Tests with Thales

18 9.16 INITIAL RESULTS 18 MS-BS Distance: 1940m BS EIRP: 46 dBm MS EIRP: 30 dBm (Max Level) Physical Features/Casing (e.g. RACK 19", status LEDs, buttons, connectors, ETH ports,…) Connection Establishment Power Control & Link Adaptation ARQ / Qos Ground Network - Security Monitoring (MIB/SNMP) TOULOUSE Airport – AeroMACS Network Integration AeroMACS PtP Airbus Lab ATP Tests – Passed Jan 2014 AeroMACS Airport PtP On-Air Link Tests – On-Going BS MS BS 1900m

19 15.02.07 INITIAL RESULTS 19

20 INDEX 20 01 OVERVIEW AND SCOPE 02 STATUS OF VERIFICATION ACTIVITIES 03 WIMAX AVIATION 2014 04 STATUS OF STANDARDIZATION 05 OUTCOME OF AEROMACS PROJECTS 06 NEXT STEPS

21 WIMAX AVIATION 2014 21 WiMAX Aviation 2014 hosted by EUROCONTROL (14-15 May) Event generated great interest of Aviation Industry stakeholders SESAR P.15.02.07/P9.16 contributed to several panels The maturity of the technology has been highlighted Worldwide AeroMACS deployment and testing initiatives (completed, ongoing or planned) were presented: US, Japan, China, Europe

22 WIMAX AVIATION 2014 22 Some worldwide examples : Cleveland Hopkins Airport Daytona Airport Melbourne Airport Atlantic City Airport Syracuse Hancock International Airport San Francisco (SFO) International Airport Chengdu Shuangliu (CTU) International Airport Sendai Airport Oberpfaffenhofen Airport Toulouse Airport Milan-Malpensa Airport

23 WIMAX AVIATION 2014 23 WiMAX Aviation 2014 presentations are available: www.wimaxforum.org/files/WiMAX_Forum_Events_2014/WiMAX_Aviation_2014_Brussels_ Presentations.pdf

24 INDEX 24 01 OVERVIEW AND SCOPE 02 STATUS OF VERIFICATION ACTIVITIES 03 WIMAX AVIATION 2014 04 STATUS OF STANDARDIZATION - UPDATE 05 OUTCOME OF AEROMACS PROJECTS 06 NEXT STEPS

25 AEROMACS STANDARDS AeroMACS MOPS EUROCAE/ RTCA Not StartedCompleted AeroMACS Profile EUROCAE/ RTCA/WMF AeroMACS PICS, CSRL WMF ?tbc ETSI or EASA AeroMACS Avionics Standard AEEC AeroMACS Technical Manual ICAO AeroMACS SARPs ICAO AeroMACS MASPS EUROCAE

26 AEROMACS AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTS EASA data link report – REC for further investigations: "VDL2 was not designed for large data exchanges. Therefore, it is essential to expedite the fielding of specific technology for the airport surface (e.g., AeroMACS). In parallel, it is important to explore the use, for en route, of alternative technologies such as satellite-based communication (e.g., ESA project ANTARES or its precursor THAUMAS) and/or new technologies such as L-band Digital Aeronautical Communication System (LDACS)." 26

27 AEEC standardisation status (1/2) AEEC has agreed to proceed with the development of an AeroMACS avionics standard in 2 steps: Step 1: In SAI plenary meetings discuss and agree on what the standard should address Step 2: Either in SAI or in dedicated group develop the standard per the agreement in Step 1 Kick-off of step 1 was held in June 2014 (SAI meeting) – SESAR contribution: AeroMACS Architecture Options (submitted also as IP in WGS/5, summary in next slides)) 27

28 AEEC standardisation status (2/2) Key Points: – Participants Support for activity – Clarifications requested on concepts of use (ATM and AOC, AOC only, ?) and US planning – Links to ongoing discussion in AEEC about developing IPS standards or OSI over IPS or both Next Steps – Telecon 29 th July to discuss concept of use, plans and comments on architecture paper. – Next SAI meeting in October in EUROCONTROL Update architecture paper Update group with SESAR testing outcome Further discuss and clarify scope of AeroMACS AEEC standard 28

29 Current Aircraft Domains Architecture 29 VHF system HF system ACARS + ATN Router FANS A/B ATC Applications AOC Applications in ACD SATCOM system OpenIP Router AOC Applications in AISD (e.g. EFB) Gatelink system (Wifi / Cellular) Aircraft Control Domain (ACD) Airline Information Services Domain (AISD) (PIESD) (PODD)

30 Option 1a for possible near/medium term Aeromacs implementation VHF system HF system ACARS + ATN Router FANS A/B ATC Applications AOC Applications in ACD SATCOM system OpenIP Router AOC Applications in AISD (e.g. EFB) Gatelink system (Wifi / Cellular) Aircraft Control Domain (ACD) Airline Information Services Domain (AISD) (PIESD) (PODD) AeroMACS system

31 Option 1b for possible near/medium term Aeromacs implementation May 15th, 2014 AeroMACS - Airframe perspective VHF system HF system ACARS + ATN Router FANS A/B ATC Applications AOC Applications in ACD SATCOM system OpenIP Router AOC Applications in AISD (e.g. EFB) Gatelink system (Wifi / Cellular) Aircraft Control Domain (ACD) Airline Information Services Domain (AISD) (PIESD) (PODD) AeroMACS system

32 Option 2a for possible near/medium term Aeromacs implementation VHF system HF system ACARS + ATN Router FANS A/B ATC Applications AOC Applications in ACD SATCOM system OpenIP Router AOC Applications in AISD Gatelink system (Wifi/Cellular) « All in the box » AeroMACS System « All in the box » AeroMACS System Aircraft Control Domain (ACD) Airline Information Services Domain (AISD) (PIESD) (PODD) ACARS GTW ATN/OSI GTW IP + SECURITY AEROMACS

33 Option 2b for possible near/medium term Aeromacs implementation VHF system HF system ACARS + ATN Router FANS A/B ATC Applications AOC Applications in ACD SATCOM system OpenIP Router AOC Applications in AISD Gatelink (Wifi/Cellular) « All in the box » AeroMACS System « All in the box » AeroMACS System Aircraft Control Domain (ACD) Airline Information Services Domain (AISD) (PIESD) (PODD) ACARS GTW ATN/OSI GTW IP + SECURITY AEROMACS

34 Option 3a for possible longer term Aeromacs implementation VHF system HF system ACARS + ATN Router FANS A/C ATC Applications AOC Applications in ACD SATCOM system OpenIP Router AOC Applications in AISD Gatelink system (Wifi/Cellular) AeroMACS system Aircraft Control Domain (ACD) Airline Information Services Domain (AISD) (PIESD) (PODD) ATN/IPS Router future SATCOM

35 Option 3b for possible longer term Aeromacs implementation VHF system HF system ACARS + ATN Router FANS A/C ATC Applications AOC Applications in ACD SATCOM system OpenIP Router AOC Applications in AISD Gatelink System (Wifi/Cellular) AeroMACS system Aircraft Control Domain (ACD) Airline Information Services Domain (AISD) (PIESD) (PODD) ATN/IPS Router future SATCOM

36 INDEX 36 01 OVERVIEW AND SCOPE 02 STATUS OF VERIFICATION ACTIVITIES 03 WIMAX AVIATION 2014 04 STATUS OF STANDARDIZATION 05 OUTCOME OF AEROMACS PROJECTS 06 NEXT STEPS

37 OUTCOME OF SESAR AEROMACS PROJECTS 37 AeroMACS prototypes developed Execution of verification tests in laboratory environment Deployment at real airport environment for preoperational trials and ready for deployment consideration Contribution to standardization: ICAO, EUROCAE, RTCA, WMF, AEEC Included in ICAO Technology Roadmap (Blocks) AeroMACS is the first of the new datalink components

38 INDEX 38 01 OVERVIEW AND SCOPE 02 STATUS OF VERIFICATION ACTIVITIES 03 WIMAX AVIATION 2014 04 STATUS OF STANDARDIZATION 05 OUTCOME OF AEROMACS PROJECTS 06 NEXT STEPS

39 NEXT STEPS 39 Finalization of SESAR AeroMACS project activities by end of 2014 Further standardization activities will continue (AEEC, etc) Demonstration activities under consideration Discussions for future activities (in SESAR2020, PCPs, …): Business case/deployment for Europe Network aspects and Security certification Support to A/G SWIM

40 Thank you for your attention 40 Stephane Tamalet P9.16 Project Manager Hyung Woo Kim P15.02.07 Project Manager Nikos Fistas SWP15.2 AeroMACS Standardisation


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