3Content Introduction & General Overview Provision of DPI/CDM data to AOsUse of Local TOBT & TSAT with Provision of DPIs to NMOCDPI Summary and Benefits OverviewThis presentation has been developed by DFS and has been further extended by Eurocontrol/NMOC. Many thanks to Erik Sinz of DFS for making it available to all Eurocontrol Stakeholders.
4Introduction & General Overview AgendaIntroduction & General Overview
5What does NMOC provide to the Airports? Flight Update Message (FUM)Contains Estimated LanDing Time (ELDT) and ETO over last route point.Sent at:ELDT – 3 hoursELDT change > 5 minImportant flight status changesBased upon:Flight plan data such as FPL, DLA, CHGDPI messages from Departure AirportAirborne data updates from ATC
6General Overview DEPARTURE PLANNING INFORMATION (DPI) messages: Provide Flight data updates before take-off.Are received from CDM airports or ATC (TWR) systemsAre an output of the locally established CDM process or TWR inputsAre sent from system to system (no extra human workload).Received by ETFMS via AFTN or SITA networks.Are sent between EOBT - 3 Hrs and Take-Off.Data that is typically not available from IFPS.
105 Events at ADEP provided by 5 DPI types At Verification Flight Plan EOBT with Airport Slot provide: E-DPI (Early-DPI)At Creation & Update of TOBT provide: T-DPI-t (Target-DPI-target)At TSAT Issue/Publication to NMOC provide: T-DPI-s (Target-DPI-sequenced)At Actual Off-Block provide: A-DPI (ATC-DPI)At any interruptions in flights’ progress and new TOT is not yet known provide: C-DPI (Cancel-DPI)
13Provision of CDM data to AgendaProvision of CDM data toThe ATM NetworkDisplay in CHMI (for FMP, AO)Display in NOP Portal (for AO, GH, …)The NMOC’s DDS-to_AOs service (EFD message) (for AO)The Flight Update Message (FUM) to Airports of destinationB2B web services (for Airports, AOs,…)
14Provision of CDM data to AOs and Ground Handlers AgendaProvision of CDM data toAOs and Ground HandlersDisplay in CHMI
27Provision of Airport CDM data to AOs and Ground Handlers AgendaProvision of Airport CDM data toAOs and Ground HandlersB2B web services
28B2B Web Services in NMOC What is the B2B web-service? System-to-system interfacesPromotes accurate data sharing and easy access to servicesPromotes simplification of processes, both for NMOC and its customersStandards-basedWeb Services (SOAP), REST-likeSecureAuthentication (PKI), Authorisation, EncryptionMulti-version supportPreparing for SWIM infrastructure, basis for the SESAR architecture
29B2B Web Services Formal service definitions (modelled) Publication: B2B Reference Manuals, WSDL, XSD and examplesProvision of a pre-operational platform for customer testingOPS quality, always available, but only office hours supportAccess request via NMOC web siteUsage subject to agreements and terms and conditions=> Using the NMOC B2B Web Services external stakeholders can integrate the NMOC services with their business applications.
47Problem StatementATFCM efficiency is limited by the lack of accurate information about the flight in the period before its departure.Airports, AOs, handlers,… efficiency is limited by the lack of information on the incoming flight.Need to share information between the ATM Network and Partners at the Airport.
48Overall Benefits – Integration Airport and the Network A way for airports’ integration with ATFCM process, contribution to common picture, support to network, facilitating understanding and decision making.Allow partners at ADES to have a better knowledge of the traffic into its destination and take it into account in its own processes.Allow NMOC to know constraints locally at airports and take them into account in its own processes.Provide more accurate timing of traffic enabling automatic processes such as slot allocation to be more adjusted to the Airspace Users needs.Improve short term forecast of traffic situation.Enable Aircraft Operators to get a better view on their fleet before departure.Support the management of critical situations at airports and its impact on other actors.First step in data exchange between NMOC and airports, Gate-To-Gate.
49Benefits – For AOs in Particular Benefit for AOs, ATC,…:Improved adjustment of CTOT to the TOT of the flightImproved visibility on progress of flight at out stationEnabler for improving the flight and fleet planningAssistance to updating flight plansEnabler for improved flight and fleet planningReduced risk of suspension by Flight Activation MonitoringAllow to delay and advance the TOBTNo more DLA required if flight is delayed by ATC (ground)CTOT freezing from Actual Off-block onwardsImproved management of adverse conditionsNetwork benefits (including AOs, ATC,…):Information sharing improves predictabilityMore accurate flight profiles in ETFMS provide more accurate data to the network:More accurate Traffic PredictionsMore efficient use of Available CapacityMore CapacityReduced DelaysImproved Adherence to ATFM Slots
50Increase of Efficiency by Information Sharing Information required by the ATM Network from Airport Partners:Variable Taxi-Time and SID for all departing flightsEstimated Off-Block time as known locally at the airportTime of ATC taking responsibilityEstimated Take-Off TimeA/C Type & RegistrationInformation required by Airport Partners from the ATM Network:Estimated Landing TimeATFCM Flight status (Airborne, suspended,…)
51Integration of the Airport and the Network Via message exchange between NMOC and AirportsBy NMOC to Airport: FLIGHT UPDATE MESSAGE (FUM)Provide ETFMS’ Landing Times to airportsBy Airport to NMOC:DEPARTURE PLANNING INFORMATION (DPI) messageProvide flight data updates before take-off from CDM airports and ATC (TWR) systems to ETFMS
525 Events at ADEP – 5 DPI types Event: Verification Flight Plan EOBT with Airport Slot E-DPI (Early-DPI)Event: Creation & Update of TOBT T-DPI-t (Target-DPI-target)Event: TSAT Issue/Publication to NMOC T-DPI-s (Target-DPI-sequenced)Event: Actual Off-Block A-DPI (ATC-DPI)Any interruptions in flights’ progress and new TOT is not yet known: C-DPI (Cancel-DPI)
53Timing & Sequence of DPI Messages Each DPI-type corresponds to the progress of the flight
54Benefits – Taxi-Time, SID – All DPI types Used to update flight data and traffic predictions in ETFMSBenefits for AOs, ATC,…:reduced risk of FAM suspensionprevent issue of CTOT that cannot be met due e.g. a long taxi-timesNetwork benefits:More accurate taxi-time & SID result in more accurate flight profiles in ETFMS provides more accurate data to the network:More accurate traffic predictionsMore capacityReduced delaysPrevention of CTOT that cannot be met result in more accurate CTOT adherence
55The E-DPI confirms the existence of Airport Slot for the flight Benefits – Early-DPIThe E-DPI confirms the existence of Airport Slot for the flightBenefits for AOs, ATC,…:ETFMS slot allocation improved: first-planned-first-servedNetwork benefits:Confirms the existence of an Airport SlotIncreases flight plan completeness, i.e. no flight without an airport slot
56Benefits – Target-DPI-target The T-DPI-t provides the Target Take-Off Time estimate from AO and handler, i.e. EOBT updated with TOBTBenefit for AOs, ATC,…:Allows for take-off/CTOT before EOBTPrevent issue of a CTOT that cannot be met by the flightNetwork benefits:More accurate traffic predictions through the provision of the TOBT (+taxi-time)
57Benefits – Target-DPI-sequenced The T-DPI-s provides the Take-Off-Time based upon the ATC pre-departure sequence, i.e. based upon the TSATBenefit for AOs, ATC,…:Prevent issue of CTOT that cannot be met especially in situations where demand is higher than airport/ATC capacityEnabler to improve mgt during e.g. de-icing situationsNetwork benefits:More accurate traffic predictions through the provision of the TSAT (+taxi-time), especially for non-regulated traffic
58Benefits – ATC-DPIThe A-DPI provides the actual off-block event and the Take-Off-Time based upon AOBTBenefit for AOs, ATC,…:Freeze CTOTReduce risk on suspension due to Flight Activation Monitoring (FAM)Network benefits:More accurate traffic predictions through the provision of the AOBT (+taxi-time)
59Benefits – Cancel-DPIThe C-DPI is used to cancel previously sent DPI information.Network benefits:To keep the network up-to-date in case of (last minute) disturbances
60Benefits – Flight Progress Display - All DPIs All DPIs provide flight status and flight progress during turn-around process at ADEP to ETFMS and it is:Displayed in CHMI to all CHMI usersSent to Aircraft Operators (and ANSPs) via NMOC Data RedistributionSent via FUM to all partners at CDM Airports of DestinationBenefit for AOs, ATC,…:Improved visibility on progress of flight at out stationEnabler for improving the flight and fleet planningNetwork benefits:Information sharing increases Traffic Predictability
62SummaryFUM provides more accurate view on arriving traffic to all partners at the ADESDPI provides local TTOTs and VTTs to ATFCMDPI & FUM are the means to integrate the airport and the networkThere are mainly Benefits for all partners in ATM
64Documentation (2/3) Airport CDM Manual Contains CDM Milestones approach and a general Description of DPI messagesRef: Edition 4.0, March 2012.https://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/manuals/2012-airport-cdm-manual-v4.pdfNM/CFMU Flight Progress Messages DocumentContains DPI and FUM message syntax and semantics, general trigger eventsRef: URB/USD/MSG_INTF, version 1.900, dated 01/02/2012DPI Implementation GuideContains a details of DPI messages, including trigger events and processing by ETFMSRef: URB/USD/DPI_Impl_Guide, version 1.600, dated 01/02/2012
65Documentation (3/3) FUM Implementation Guide Contains a details of FUM messages, including accuracy info and implementation guidelinesRef: URB/USD/FUM_Impl_Guide, version 1.200, dated 01/02/2012DPI & FUM Implementation Road MapContains description of steps for the DPI & FUM evaluation and Evaluation CriteriaRef: URB/USD/DPI_FUM_Impl_RM, version 1.400, dated 01/02/2012https://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/nm/network-operations/user-guides/dpi-fum-impl-road-map.pdfDPI ICDContains the Airport specific DPI interface with the actual implementation of the DPI contents and trigger eventsAirport specific, not available via WWW.
66Thank you for your attention Erik Sinz - DFSHans Koolen