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1 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 1 Frequentis and AMHS/SWIM, FPL2012 and VoIP ICAO Asia PAC AMHS/SWIM Workshop, Chiang Mai, March 2012 SP/9

2 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 2 Topics  About Frequentis  AMHS  SWIM  FPL 2012  VoIP  Summary

3 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 3 About Frequentis

4 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 4 More than 60 years of innovation & expertise in mission critical applications Facts and Figure FREQUENTIS Headquarters, Vienna  Founded in 1947  Privately Owned  Headquarters in Vienna, Austria  Subsidiaries in USA, Canada, Germany, UK, Czech, Australia, Brazil,…  12% of operating performance in Research & Development:  900 Employees (more than ½ are engineers)  Goal for 2015: No 1 company in the World in providing solutions for control and command centers

5 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 5 Frequentis Markets/Products Portfolio Maritime Defence ATM Civil Public Safety Public Transport AMHS Voice Communication System (3020X) Tower Automation Solutions (TAS) GSM-Rail Solutions (FTS3020) Research Electronic Flight Strips AIM (EAD) Network (VCX) River Information Services Rail Dispatcher Terminals (DICORA) CAD Deployable Systems Command & Control Centres (ICCS 3020) Recording (DIVOS) Network Solu- tions (VCX) Maritime Communication System (MCS3020) Recording (DIVOS) Common Product Platforms: 3020 VCS VCX Network DIVOS Recording DICORA Dispatcher FR-AIS iSecCOM

6 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 6 AMHS

7 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 7 smartMessenger  High Performance  High Availability > %  Easy to install, configure and monitor –AFTN, AMHS and AFTN/AMHS Gateway components are fully integrated into one system –All components are configurable and monitored through one application –User Agent supports both AFTN and AMHS message formats within one application  Seamlessly Interface with other Global Messaging Services (ie. Internet)  Fully tested Mature solution  Fully Comply with new EC Safety Standards (EUROCAE ED-153)  Price competitive solution

8 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 8 Software Architecture

9 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 9 Common System Management Application

10 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 10 UA- AMHS Message Compose Window

11 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 11 UA- AFTN Message Compose

12 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 12 New AMHS Installations  Finavia, Finland  IAA, Ireland (In Progress)  LGS, Latvia  NATA, Albania  Naviair, Denmark  ONDA Morocco (P3)  Skyguide, Switzerland (P3)

13 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 13 International AMHS Connections Denmark, Finland, Latvia

14 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 14 SWIM

15 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 15 Frequentis Involvement with SESAR/SWIM  Total of 15 Work Packages  WP08 – Information Management & Modeling  WP13 – Network information Management Services  WP14 – System Wide Information Management

16 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 16 Technologies evaluated  CORBA,  DDS,  Message oriented middleware,  Collaborative databases,  Web services,  Conventional data exchange protocols,  REST,  Open geospatial consortium (OGC)

17 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 17 SWIM Infrastructure Demonstration- Airspace Closure  Test Partners –Frequentis, Eurocontrol, Thales, Selex and other SESAR Partners –Test setup in a matter of days (would take weeks with today’s technologies)  Test Scenario: –Two flights going from Eastern to Western Europe –First System issue a Digital NOTAM (ASHTAM) in the Middle of Europe using WBS and DDS –Second system displays the trajectories of the flights before and after the issuance of the ASHTAM –Third system, as a subscriber, receives the ASHTAM and calculates the New ETA (Estimated Time Arrival) based on the new flight path (available airspace)

18 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 18 Airspace Closure – SWIM Demonstration 18 AIM server simulator SMS Service SWIM Node EAD Publ. EAD Cons. SWIM Node ATC Mangr Arrival TMA ATC simulator SMS WS API En-Route ATC simulator SWIM-SUIT HMI Airspace closure notificationRequest flight trajectory update ATC Mangr ATC2ATC Manager/Publisher role ATC Contr ATC2ATC Contributor role ATC User ATC2ATC User role EAD Publ. EAD B2B Publisher role EAD Cons. EAD B2B Consumer role SWIM Node EAD Publ. EAD Cons. ATC Contr SWIM Node EAD Cons. ATC User

19 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 19 AMHS and SWIM  Two infrastructures will co-exist in the future (AFTN/AMHS and SWIM)  Some of the traffic (messages) currently going over AFTN/AMHS Infrastructure will be going over SWIM in the future  There will be a need for a Gateway between these two infrastructures

20 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 20 Frequentis smartMessenger

21 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 21 FPL 2012

22 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 22 Frequentis Solutions  Frequentis solutions support the FPL2012 requirements –smartMessenger (UA Forms) –smartstrips (Tower / Approach / En-route Flight Data Handling) –smartAIM (Management of static & dynamic aeronautical information)  Frequentis FPL2012 Converter = smartFPLconverter

23 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 23 Frequentis smartFPLconverter  Designed for the ANSP’s that choose not to upgrade their FDPS, user terminals or other systems before the November 15 compliance date.  Operates with any manufacturer of AFTN/AMHS and FDPS  Flexible design is capable of handling all variations of local and global flight plan formats and procedures  Turnkey system including hardware, software, installation, configuration, local and external testing, staff training, and support.  Cost-effective Solution  Software Assurance According to ED-153

24 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 24 MHS AsiaPac EUR FPL Converter FDPS Local Domain (Present) Converter As An FDPS Gateway USA MHS AsiaPac EUR FPL Converter FDPS Local Domain (Present) Converter As A National Gateway USA smartFPLconverter Configuration Options

25 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 25 VOIP

26 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 26 Frequentis VoIP in ATM  FREQUENTIS has market leadership in VoIP implementation: –First company to implement ED137 standards in VCS, VCX-IP Gateway and DIVOS Recorder products –First company to deploy ED137 standardized VoIP in operational Military and Civil ATC networks  Outlook for 2012 –Implementation of Voice over PENS using FREQUENTIS Voice Gateways –Roll out of first countrywide VoIP based network using FREQUENTIS VCS and VCX-IP gateway components in Europe –FABEC N-VCS: Networked VoIP based VCS for Eurocontrol MUAC

27 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 27 VoIP in Air Traffic Management  Incorporation of ED137A in ICAO doc 9896 –July WGI finalised the draft edition 2 of DOC 9896 which includes direct references to the VoIP European Standard (ED137A) and supported its publication.  Plugtests 2011: –May 2011: FAA Plugtests (USA) –June 2011: ETSI Plugtests (Europe)  SESAR Work Package : PENS Validation –performance tests for VoIP (radio and telephone) applications  Update ED137B –Enhancement after plugtest results & incorporation of further operational use cases

28 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 28 Summary

29 © FREQUENTIS 2012 Date: Page: 29 Summary  Frequentis offers a comprehensive AMHS solution and has successfully implemented a number of new installations since the acquisition of GWDI  As an active member of SESAR, Frequentis is at the forefront of the SWIM technology research and development  Frequentis is offering a turn key solution for migration to FPL2012  Frequentis continues to lead in the Voice Communication market by offering the latest technology in VoIP solutions


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