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1 1 Local Area Augmentation System (LAAS) October 01, 2002 Steven Hodges AND-710 LAAS Program Manager Federal Aviation Administration Alaskan Region Briefing

2 2 Overview Program Overview/Schedule/AirportSteve Hodges Selection Criteria Installation PlansRay Wasilko LAAS LogisticsJim Hanrahan Concept of OperationsDieter Guenter LAAS Operational ImplementationDave Peterson

3 3 Satellite Navigation Capabilities

4 4 LAAS CAT I Architecture

5 5 LAAS History 1992Limited LAAS R&D Efforts Commenced (DGPS Flights at WJHTC and DCA) 1995CAT III Feasibility Flight Tests Conducted Jan 98First Differential GPS (SCAT I) Commissioned for CAT I Service (Part 171) Apr 99First Two LAAS CAT I Government Industry Partnership (GIP) Agreements Signed (Honeywell, Raytheon) Apr 01Third CAT I GIP Agreement Signed (Thales) Apr 02CAT I RFO Released

6 6 LAAS Requirements Revised FAA Plan September 1999 APB Decision Height (ft) Operational Capability Less than 30TBD Less than 30MTTR (min) 2190TBD 2190MTBF (hrs) TBD Availability 20 Range (nm) mAccuracy (m Vertical - 95% 8 x seconds Lateral - 2 x seconds Vertical – 2 x seconds 4 x seconds 4 x seconds 4 x seconds Continuity Total x LGF – 1.5 x Avionics – 0.5 x Total x LGF – TBD Avionics – TBD Total x LGF – TBD Avionics – TBD Total x LGF – TBD Avionics – TBD Total Integrity Performance Requirements Cat ICat IIIbCat IIIaCat IICat I

7 7 Architecture Considerations Service Provider Perspective Minimize Number of Ground Components Collocate as Much as Possible All Equipment on Airport Property One LAAS Serves Multiple Runway Ends) Minimize Siting Constraints –Clear Areas –Antenna Separation

8 8 Architecture Considerations User Perspective ILS Lookalike –Accuracy (Performance Characteristics) –Integrity (Sustain Traditional Responsibility of Service Provider) –Minimal Change to Flight Directors/Autopilots No Change to Aircraft Approval Process Reasonable Processing Requirements on Aircraft Minimize Number of LAAS-Dedicated Antennas (e.g., Use Existing VHF Antenna to Receive LAAS Data Broadcast) LAAS CAT I/II/III Complex Procedures

9 9 MDT Standard Configuration Plus Options Transmitter Monitor Power Amp Power Supplies Transmitter Monitor Power Amp Power Supplies Primary Equipment Shelter Primary Equipment Shelter RR/RR Antenna RR/RR Antenna RR/RR Antenna RR/RR Antenna RR/RR Antenna RR/RR Antenna RR/RR Antenna RR/RR Antenna VDB ATCU Screens (up to 10) ATCU Screens (up to 10) Optional 2 VDB Optional 2 VDB

10 10 LAAS BASIC OPERATIONS Monitor satellite measurements Provide real time corrections and integrity information to aircraft –3-4 reference receivers used to combine measurements for improved accuracy after integrity checks are performed. –VHF Data broadcast to provide corrections and integrity information to aircraft –Antenna design allows civil and military Aircraft to utilize signal –Digital format allows multiple ground stations in close proximity to share frequency Notify Maintenance and Air Traffic when precision approach capability is not available

11 11 To find the ideal site … LAAS Siting... in a non-ideal environment. Multiple Operational Requirements CAT I Precision Approach Missed Approach Surface Navigation Differential Positioning Service Not fixed-by-function Increases the number of potential sites. Operational/Performance/Cost Trade-offs

12 12 LAAS Benefits Category I, II & III Precision Approach Capability with Extended Range - Extends Precision Approach Guidance from 10 to 20NM - Provides PVT Coverage to 60NM Multiple Runway Coverage One LAAS Will Provide Precision Approach Service for Multiple Runway Ends at an Airport Advanced Approaches/Departures To Avoid Obstacles, Noise Sensitive Areas, or Congested Airspace Remote Coverage Augments Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) in Various Locations (Terrain, Traffic Volume) Aircraft Surface Navigation Possible Data Input for Surface Movement (Supports)

13 13 LAAS Advocates Air Transport Association (ATA) Airlines –FedEx, UPS, UNITED, Continental, Delta Airports –Chicago (O’Hare, Midway), Memphis, Seattle, Minneapolis,Houston, Phoenix, Juneau Department of Defense (DoD), JPALS Boeing –GLS Program FAA –Co-Sponsored by AVR and ATS –NATCA, PASS

14 14 LAAS Development/Acquisition Phase I (April1999-September 2005) –Government Industry Partnership (GIP) to Develop Non-Fed CAT I System Under FAA Type Acceptance (TA) Process (Honeywell, Raytheon, Thales) Phase II (September 2002-September 2005) –FAA Full-Scale Development (FSD) and Production of Fed CAT I Systems –Development of Advanced Procedures Phase III (October 2002-September 2004) –Research & Development (R&D) to Mitigate Technical Design Risk

15 15 LAAS GIP Concept Combines Contractor R&D Efforts and FAA’s Type Acceptance (TA) Process to Produce an FAA Certified Part 171 (“Non-Federal”) LAAS CAT I System Industry Team Responsible for Funding Design and Development Costs FAA Responsible for Providing Technical Support, Preparing Program Documentation, Test and Evaluation, Type Acceptance, Etc. FAA Supports Installation and Commissioning of GIP Systems

16 16 Current Status of GIP Efforts for CAT I LAAS 3 GIP Teams –Honeywell (Signed GIP 4/99) –Raytheon (Signed GIP 4/99) –Airsys ATM/Thales (Signed GIP 6/00) Honeywell LAAS Prototypes (Beta LAAS) Installation at Partner Airports at Chicago O’Hare, Midway and Memphis, Seattle Planned this Year Raytheon Prototype (SCAT Conversion) at Salt Lake City Airsys ATM/Thales Prototype Scheduled for New Century Airport (Kansas City)

17 17 GIP Efforts for CAT I LAAS GIP Challenges –Non-Fed Spec versus Fed Spec –No Type Acceptance Yet –Only Engineering Prototypes Fielded –Federal Acquisition

18 18 LAAS CAT I Acquisition Strategy Leverage FAA Contract Off GIP Efforts Full and Open Competition One Vendor Complete System Design and Documentation Procure 10 Limited Rate of Initial Production System (LRIP) –FAA Support (4) –Airports (6) Five Years of Price Production Options (15-40 Systems/Year)

19 19 Assumptions for Airport Selection (Under Review) 1999 SATNAV Investment Analysis : 160 LAAS Systems/Airports –Summary of LAAS System Requirements/Quantities CAT I (WAAS Coverage/Availability)46 CAT II/III ILS Replacement72 New CAT II/III Qualifiers42 LAAS (Total Systems) 160 Factors used in determining the number of airports requiring CAT I LAAS and CAT II/III LAAS under review. –IRT Formed AFS/Sponsor, AND, ATS, AVR –OEP

20 20 Under Revision

21 21 AAL Airports under Consideration (1999 IA) Alaskan Region LAAS Installation Locations #LOCID Location Qualification 1.2JNUJuneau, AKOOWC 2.42ANCAnchorage, AKCAT II/III 3.76BETBethel, AKOOWC 4.89FAIFairbanks, AKCAT II/III 5.92ADQKodiak, AK OOWC 6.95GALGalena, AK OOWC 7.102AKNKing Salmon, AK OOWC 8.104OTZKotzebue, AK OOWC 9.105ENAKenai, AK OOWC KTNKetchikan, AK OOWC ANIAniak, AK OOWC OMENome, AK OOWC SCCDeadhorse, AK OOWC YAKYakutat, AK OOWC CDVCordova, AK OOWC BRWBarrow, AK OOWC SYAShemya, AK OOWC KSMSt. Mary's AK OOWC CDBCold Bay, AK OOWC SNPSt. Paul Island, AK OOWC UBWKuparuk, AK OOWC ADKAdak Island, AK OOWC AHTAmchitka, AK OOWC

22 22 LAAS Program Status Federal Acquisition LAAS CAT I Contract Award System Specification Baselined –Final Request fro Offer (RFO) Released April 26, 2002 –Multiple Proposals Received LAAS Business Case Developed –First Preliminary Report October 2002 –Final Report December 2003 CAT II/III R&D Efforts Commencing –Technical Design and Schedule Mitigation Efforts to be Completed Over Next 2-3 Years –JRC to Proceed to Full-Scale Development 1 st Quarter FY05

23 23 ACE ANE ANM Seattle AWP Phoenix ASO Memphis AGL Chicago AAL Juneau AEA Atlantic City ASW Houston Oklahoma City LRIP Criteria and Planned Sites Planned LRIP Sites (Alphabetical Order) Chicago, Houston, Juneau, Memphis, Phoenix, Seattle

24 24 LRIP Criteria and Planned Sites LRIP Site Selection Criteria –OEP Airports –Existing GIP Installations –AIR 21 Request/Proposal –Diverse Geographical locations –Diverse FAA Regions –Diverse Siting Conditions –Airport/Region Support –Airline Support –Close Proximity to Aircraft Manufacturer –Close Proximity to Avionics Manufacturer –Mix of Large and Small Airports, CAT I and CAT II/III Airports –Minimal Environmental Impact Study Requirements

25 25 LAAS Business Case Objective –Update LAAS Benefit Categories (User and Service Provider) –Address Aviation Equipage Plans for LAAS –Update List of Airports to Receive LAAS Cat I and CAT II/III Systems Schedule for Business Case –CommenceJune 2002 –Preliminary/Partial ReportOctober 2002 –Preliminary/Partial ReportFebruary 2003 –Draft Final ReportMay 2003 –Final ReportDecember 2003

26 26 LAAS Business Case List of Participants Air Transport Association (ATA) Airline Pilots Association (ALPA) Cargo Airline Association (CAA) Regional Airline Association (RAA) Airports Council International (ACI) American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Helicopter Association International (HAI) National Business Aircraft Association (NBAA) General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) FAA, Organizations Department of Defense (DoD) National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Airlines Avionics Manufacturers Airports

27 27 Advanced Procedure (Curved/Segmented Approaches) Advanced Procedures Strongly Requested by Aviation Community According to FY02 LAAS Appropriation Language includes “LAAS Development of a Data Collection Plan and Initiation of Flight Evaluations for Development of Complex LAAS Approaches (e.g., Curved, Segmented, and Offset)” Work with Aviation Community to: –Determine Exact Industry Requirements –Validate Industry Requirements (FAA) and Assess Feasibility for LAAS or Other Technology/Systems Providing Those Capabilities –Develop Cost and Schedule Estimates ATA User Group Meetings –April 2/Washington DC, April 22-23/ Memphis, July 30-31/Chicago Coordination with AND-720 (Satellite Operational Integration Team/Dave Peterson)

28 28 LAAS CAT I Program Schedule RFI (SPEC/Schedule) Draft RFO Final RFO LAAS Business Case Contract Award System Development (18 – 24 Months) LRIP Deliveries DT&E (5 Months) OT&E (5 Months) IOC (Commissioned) Production FY01FY02FY03FY04FY05FY06 4th Q 10/023/04 8/01 1/02 4/02 5/03 8/036/02 9/04 1/05 10/042/05 6/05 9/05

29 29 LAAS CAT I Program Schedule RFI (SPEC/Schedule) Draft RFO Final RFO LAAS Business Case Contract Award System Development (18 – 24 Months) LRIP Deliveries DT&E (5 Months) OT&E (5 Months) IOC (Commissioned) Production FY01FY02FY03FY04FY05FY06 4th Q 10/023/04 8/01 1/02 4/02 5/03 8/036/02 9/04 1/05 10/042/05 6/05 9/05

30 30 MOPS/MASPS Development Technical Studies* SPEC Development R&D Decision JRC Investment Decision FSED/Production Contract Award FY02FY03FY04FY05FY06 FY07 1Q 4Q 2Q 1Q 2Q tbd *Technical Studies: Time to Alarm, Ionospheric Monitor, SQM Validation, Availability, LGF Error Overbounding, Ephemeris Monitoring, RF Interference, Siting LAAS CAT II/III R&D Schedule

31 31 LAAS Implementation Integration AT AVN AFS AIR/CERT Airlines/user Manufacturers GIP AF

32 32 FAA Is Committed to the Transition to Satellite Navigation –Aviation Users Support Continued FAA Development of Satellite Navigation LAAS Federal Acquisition on Schedule Remaining Issues/Concerns –Part 171 Systems Before Federal Systems –Siting –Take-over of part 171 Systems for FAA Maintenance –Upgrade of Part 171 Systems to FAA Requirements –AIP Funding Summary

33 33 Points of Contact Gary SkillicornProduct Team Lead(202) Steve HodgesProgram Manager(202) Richard LayTechnical Manager(202) Ray WasilkoDeployment Manager(202) Carlos RodriguezGIP Team Lead(202) Susan HoustonCAT I Acquisition Lead(202) Ted UrdaCAT II/III Team Lead(202) Jim Hanrahan ATS Reqmt Team Lead/APML(202) Hank CablerFlight Standards(202) John Kennedy NATCALAAS Rep. (202) Harold Anderson AT Requirements(202) Dale CourtneyANI Implementation (202) Shayne HallauerPASS LAAS Liaison(202) Dave PetersonNAS Implementation(202) Melvin Brown Business Manager(202)

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