Presentation on theme: "ATM Master Plan Implementation Package 1 (IP1) CNS ATM Steering Group, UK CAA, 10.Feb.2009 06/04/2017 EUROPEAN COMMISSION."— Presentation transcript:
1 ATM Master Plan Implementation Package 1 (IP1) CNS ATM Steering Group, UK CAA, 10.Feb.2009 06/04/2017EUROPEAN COMMISSION
2 ATM Masterplan Interoperability and standardisation Deployment Interoperability requires internationally agreed standards and norms. The SESAR development phase will deliver the technical ground for defining them. A standardisation roadmap shall be developed and kept up to date as a specific chapter of the ATM Master Plan. It will allow ATM stakeholders to anticipate and coordinate their efforts to ease the adoption of SESAR technical proposals as standards and norms by the relevant standardisation bodies.DeploymentThe deployment phase of SESAR consists of a succession of three Implementation Packages coming with Operational Improvements. Implementation Packages deployment shall be supported by existing Community legal framework (Implementing Rules and Community Specifications). This will form a regulatory roadmap to be developed by the Commission and kept consistent with the ATM Master Plan.
3 IP1 main characteristics… Essential as the baseline for SESAR deploymentIt must be all about improving the current system and making it coherent through implementation of best practices, better coordination and the preparation for trajectory / time based operations:Generating additional network capacityImproving information sharing at network levelImproving environmental and energy performanceImproving Airport/Terminal operations efficiency and capacityImproving En-Route efficiency and capacity
5 Process of IP1 Refinement Filtering of OIs from D5 =Existing IR, or linked to SES (IR & CS) regulationOrMature/Complete or confidence in initial deployment within the timeframeJustifiable with clear criteria (i.e. endorsed business case, anticipated network benefits)No critical R&D needed (~end of V3)”IP 3 - 2”DevelopmentsIP 1 DeploymentmappingPrepare fortrajectory /timebased operationsImprove thecurrent systemCND work programme, existing developments, R&D results
6 Further IP1 Refinement IP 1 Deployment Time classification Improve thecurrent systemPrepare fortrajectory /timebased operationsTime classificationGeographical classificationStakeholder/Airspace Usersegmentationfurther parameters……
7 Airports and Aerodrome ATC The IP1 baseline builds on existing/mature elements and consists of the following items:Implement Airport CDMImplement ground movement control systems (A-SMGCS level 1+2) and safety nets (runway incursions)Implement basic Departure Management Systems (DMAN)Implement initial Airport data link (DCL, ATIS)Implement environmentally sustainable (aircraft fuel use, noise and emissions) airport operations (CEM)Runway usage optimisation (Mixed mode operations, parallel operations, low visibility procedures, crosswind separations, ILS areas, MLS operations, runway occupancy time reduction techniques, brake to vacate procedures)On-Line NOP access
8 Aircraft SystemsThe IP1 baseline builds on existing/mature elements and consists of the following items:Implement Precision Navigation (2-D RNP, precision approaches, optimised cruise-descend modes, GNSS approaches)Upgrade the existing avionics and cockpit HMI to initial ATSAW applications based on ADS-B (in / out)Upgrade ACAS display modesDeployment of secure CPDLC to complement VHF voice communication
9 Aircraft Operations FOC The IP1 baseline builds on existing/mature elements and consists of the following items:Implement Airport CDMReduce aircraft impact on the environment (Airport, En-route aircraft fuel and emissions)System adaptation to common data model (starting with weather information systems)
10 TMA/En-Route Operations The IP1 baseline builds on existing/mature elements and consists of the following items:Implement AMAN in high density TMAs and link AMAN to en-route systemsImprove airspace planning referred as AAMS (flexible sectorisation management)Implement automated support for controllers (safety nets, conflict detection tools, flight conformance monitoring aids)Deployment of secure CPDLC to complement voice communicationImplement in-trail procedures in oceanic airspace (ATSA-IP)Implement TMA improvements (CCD/CDA, crosswind separations)Network Operations Plan (NOP) access
11 SWIMThe IP1 baseline builds on existing/mature elements and consists of the following items:Set up the institutional framework for SWIMImplement the initial SWIM network and connectivity based on the SWIM capability level 1Start local SWIM interoperable servicesImplement initial SWIM-enabled user applications (CDM, flight plan / flight data, aeronautical or weather information / briefing)
12 CNS Systems & Infrastructure The IP1 baseline builds on existing/mature elements and consists of the following items:Deployment of AMHS for ground-ground data communicationsDeployment of VHF (8.33kHz) above FL195 for voice communication and VDL2/ATN for initial data linkImplement MLAT systems and deploy ADS-B ground stations to support surveillance applicationsImplementation of GNSS applications (APV/LPV)Creation of a European IP backbone network and start implementation of VoIP (Voice over IP) for ground-ground voice communication
13 Airspace and Network Management 1 The IP1 baseline builds on existing/mature elements and consists of the following items:Implement uniform airspace classification (7 ICAO classes below FL195)Improve airspace planning (multiple route options, cross-border sectorisation, further routing options, optimum trajectories in defined airspace/time, etc.) referred as AAMSIntegrate military activity and traffic into network to optimise utilisation of available airspaceImplement data repositories (Airspace-ADR, Demand-DDR) to improve data consolidation and sharingImprove and integrate capacity planning and ATFCM processes/tools (seamless planning, scenarios and simulation tools, CDM procedures, short-term ATFCM measures, critical events)....
14 Airspace and Network Management 2 The IP1 baseline builds on existing/mature elements and consists of the following items:6. Improve flight plan filing (including through briefing facilities) and ensure FPL consistency for all users in a flexible airspace environment7. Network performance assessment (including civil/military elements)8. Implementation of the Network Operations Plan (NOP)9. Integration of airports into the network management process
15 Aeronautical Information The IP1 baseline builds on existing/mature elements and consists of the following items:Implement Aeronautical Information Management quality measures (CHAIN)Move towards digital NOTAMs (common data model) and digital AIMIntegrate environmental requirements (CEM Collaborative Environmental Management)Harmonise MET information management policyIncrease quality of weather forecastsIntegrate weather information in the ATM and AOC SystemsDeployment of weather information systems at Airports
17 IP1 baseline Information Management Implement Aeronautical InformationManagementquality measures (CHAIN) (SJU WP8)Information ManagementNetworkManagementMove towards digital NOTAM´s (SJU WP8)TrajectoryManagement,Separation and AutomationSet up the institutional frameworkfor SWIM (SJU WP14)AirportImplement initial SWIM network and start localSWIM interoperable services (SJU WP14)Implement initial SWIM enabled user applications (CDM/ flight data, aeronautical or weather information (SJU WP14)Increase quality of weather forecasts anddeploy airport MET information systems(SJU WP8)Improvements to the current system preparing for trajectory/ time based operationsIntegrate weather information in theATM systems (interoperability with AOCsystems) (SJU WP10,11)Harmonise MET informationmanagement policy (SJU WP8)
18 IP1 baseline Network Management Information ManagementNetworkManagementDeployment of AMHS for ground dataCommunications (SJU WP15)TrajectoryManagement,Separation and AutomationCreation of a European IP backbone network(SJU WP15)AirportImplementation of the NOP and creation ofexternal interface (SJU WP7, 13)Implement advanced ASM system (AAMS)including scenario management and integrateinto the European Airspace, Flow & Capacity planning(SJU WP 7, 13)Update flight planning and facilitate flight plan filing(SJU WP 7, 13)Improvements to the current system preparing for trajectory/ time based operationsImplement capacity planning tools anduse CDM (including A-CDM) processes (SJU WP7,13)Creation of Airspace data repository (SJU WP7, 13)Implement demand data & flight plan repositoriesand use them with demand & capacity what-if tools(SJU WP7, 13)
19 IP1 baseline Trajectory Management & Automation InformationManagementUpgrade existing Airborne avionics to initial ATSAW applications based on ADS-B (SJU WP9)NetworkManagementUpgrade ACAS display modes (SJU WP9)TrajectoryManagement,Separation and AutomationBasic CDA implementation (SJU WP5, 4, 6)Implement MLAT systems and deploy ADS-B(1090) ground stations to support surveillanceapplications (SJU WP15, 10)AirportImplement basic AMAN and link to En-Routesystems and DMAN/SMAN (SJU WP5, 4, 6, 10)Implement AAMS dynamic sector management(SJU WP 7, 13, 4, 5)Implement ground based Safety nets , Conflict detection tools and flight conformance monitoring aids (SJU WP4, 5, 10)Deployment of secure CPDLC to complementvoice communication (SJU WP15, 4, 5)Improvements to the current system preparing for trajectory/ time based operationsImplement precision navigation (2-D RNP, precision approaches optimised climb-cruise-descend modes,GNSS approaches) (SJU WP5, 4, 10, 9, 11)Deployment of 8,33 above FL 195 for voicecommunication and VDL2/ATN for initial data link(SJU WP 15, 10, 4)
20 IP1 baseline AirportInformationManagementImplement environmentally sustainable airportoperations ( local monitoring of environmental performance) CEM (SJU WP6, 12)NetworkManagementBasic CDA implementation(SJU WP5, 6, 11, 9)TrajectoryManagement,Separation and AutomationImplement Airport and runway capacity enhancementsbased on best practices (HIRO, ROT reduction,rapid exit taxiways, ILS sensitive & critical areas)(SJU WP6, 12)AirportImplement Airport CDM to improve operationsin adverse conditions, turn-around, de-icing andpre-departure sequencing and use common data model(SJU WP6, 12)Implement basic Arrival / Departure / SurfaceManagement systems AMAN,DMAN;SMAN (SJU WP 5, 6, 12, 10)Wake Vortex classificationsbased on best practices (SJU WP6, 12, 5)Improvements to the current system preparing for trajectory/ time based operationsImplement A-SMGCS level 1 +2 (to improve airportsurface management) and safety net systems (SJU WP 6, 12)Implement initial airport datalink services (SJU WP 12, 15)Implementation of GNSS applications (APV/LPV)(SJU WP9, 6, 5)
21 ConclusionsDefinition of IP1 & a consequent implementation plan is essential in order to secure timely implementation and to avoid stakeholder confusion on the required baseline for SESARAs time is a crucial element, a simplified methodology for the classification of deployable IP1 elements is absolutely necessary:Link to SJU work programme must be established in order to capture synergies, avoid gaps or duplications of workAfter the endorsement of the ATM Masterplan by the Council, the refined definition of the Implementation Package 1 will require an update of the ATM MasterplanExisting IR, or linked to SES (IR & CS) regulationOrMature/Complete or confidence in initial deployment within the timeframeJustifiable with clear criteria (i.e. endorsed business case, anticipated network benefits)No critical R&D needed (~end of V3)
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