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1 Performance-based Navigation Honeywell SmartPath TM Ground Based Augmentation System (GBAS) Pacific Aviation Directors Workshop March 15, 2012 HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

2 PBN – Performance Based Navigation Join the Global PBN Movement Integrated PBN Systems Solutions HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

3 Performance Based Navigation Performance Based Navigation uses the GPS satellites. It sets performance standards or requirements for each phase of flight. This is called REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE or RNP for short. The approach RNP may be as low as.11 miles. RNP navigation also requires on-board monitoring and crew alerting functions.

4 Required navigation performance (RNP) versus Actual Navigation Performance (ANP). ANP (the actual navigational performance of the aircraft) works like this: The aircraft must be within the containment area (2 X RNP) for 99.999 % of the flight time. The statistical chance of exiting containment without alerting the crew is 10 to the minus 4.

5 Performance-based Navigation 3D Trajectory Path Enhance safety & improve fuel economy Reduce environmental impact – noise & emissions Improve efficiency and rate of arrivals & departures HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

6 Aircraft fly a specific path between 3-dimensionally defined points in space Lateral ground track with Vertical path guidance Navigational performance monitoring and alerting Performance-based Navigation RNAV RNP AR HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

7 GPS Augmentation Augmentation uses computers and known positions to give GPS navigation even more accuracy. Augmentation can be a Ground Based Augmentation System or GBAS (also called LAAS or GLS).

8 Honeywell SmartPath TM GBAS “A New Era in Precision Navigation” Qantas B737-800 on GLS approach at Sydney HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

9 GPS signal “augmented” for precision approaches Position Accuracy: < 3 meters Ground Based Augmentation System Honeywell SmartPath GBAS HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

10 Honeywell’s SmartPath is the first, and only, FAA-approved CAT-I GBAS It will provide CAT I/II/III precision approach and landing capability Remote Satellite Measurement Unit (RSMU) Differential GPS (DGPS) Control & VHF Data Broadcast (VDB) Cabinet Air Traffic Control Status Unit (ATSU) VHF Data Broadcast (VDB) Antenna 4 RSMUs per Installation 48 Channel GPS Receiver GPS Receiver packaged in an environmentally protective enclosure Multi-path Limiting Antenna Requires site survey and placement against siting/installation criteria 19” Rack & Panel Cabinets Differential Correction Processors FAA-certified DO-278 Software Robust Power Distribution & Local Status Dual VHF Transmitter/Receiver Maintenance Data Terminal (MDT) SLS Status Panel installed in Air Traffic Control Tower or other location Laptop computer or hosted on existing workstation Horizontally polarized antenna Elliptically polarized antenna option What is a Honeywell SmartPath GBAS? HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

11 11 Hon-CAAC_RunwaySafety_SmartPath_GBAS.ppt VHF Broadcast Corrections, Integrity, Approaches Horizontally Polarized, Omni-Directional 108-118 MHz 2 TDMA Time Slots (typ.) 2 Hz Corrections Redundant Radio Dual Processor Channels Differential Corrections Overall System Integrity Approach Database Redundant Channel Maintenance Data Terminal System Status, Mode, Control System Alerts, Alarms Approach Control Air Traffic Status Unit System Mode System Availability Reference Receivers Multipath Limiting Antenna (MLA) Narrow Correlator GPS Receiver 2 Hz Measurements 4 Receivers (incl one Redundant Receiver) 1300m MAX 200m MAX Airport LAN 100-200m TDMA – Time Division Multiple Access Hz – Hertz LAN – Local Area Network (typ. Ethernet) Ground Based Augmentation System Honeywell SmartPath GBAS HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

12 Honeywell GBAS SmartPath System Definable Touchdown Point An ILS system provides a single defined vertical path that places the aircraft at the same point on the runway each landing. However, SmartPath GBAS approaches can provide variable geometric paths and multiple touchdown points to the same runway. Honeywell GBAS SmartPath System Definable Touchdown Point An ILS system provides a single defined vertical path that places the aircraft at the same point on the runway each landing. However, SmartPath GBAS approaches can provide variable geometric paths and multiple touchdown points to the same runway. ILS Touchdown Point GLS Programmable Touchdown Point GLS Capabilities Definable Touchdown Point HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

13 Honeywell GBAS SmartPath System GLS Capabilities: Definable Glide Path Angle An ILS system provides a single defined glide path forcing the aircraft to fly the same descent angle for every approach. An ILS cannot be reprogrammed to vary this glide path angle……GLS CAN! This allows an airport to provide varying angles to assist with wake turbulence separation for adjacent runways. Honeywell GBAS SmartPath System GLS Capabilities: Definable Glide Path Angle An ILS system provides a single defined glide path forcing the aircraft to fly the same descent angle for every approach. An ILS cannot be reprogrammed to vary this glide path angle……GLS CAN! This allows an airport to provide varying angles to assist with wake turbulence separation for adjacent runways. GLS Capabilities Variable Geometric Path HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

14 RNAV (RNP) & Honeywell GLS SmartPath System Complementary Systems providing MAXIMUM Benefits to States, Airports and Operators RNP and GLS are not an either/or system. Instead a combination of these two technologies will provide systemic benefits that are unparalleled in aviation. RNAV (RNP) & Honeywell GLS SmartPath System Complementary Systems providing MAXIMUM Benefits to States, Airports and Operators RNP and GLS are not an either/or system. Instead a combination of these two technologies will provide systemic benefits that are unparalleled in aviation. RNAV/RNP & GLS Complementary Systems HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

15 CAT III Curved Path Approach

16 - RNAV/RNP for curved segments GLS for final approach segment - ILS: stabilized on the localizer at 10 NM or more - GLS: multiple final approach segments as close as 4NM - GLS minimums 200’ Cat I - Cat II/III 2012-2014 - GLS is precision approach - RNAV/GLS fastest/easiest implementation Fusion – RNAV/RNP & GLS Maximized Operational Benefits HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

17 Fusion of GLS with an RF turn transitions can provide defined separation between aircraft traffic and restricted areas RF Legs provide repeatable & predictable paths to each runway with GLS accuracy on the final segment Honeywell GBAS SmartPath System – An Integrated Solution RNAV / RNP / GLS can provide repeatable curved paths to each runway end RNAV / RNP / GLS can shorten flight tracks to each runway end RNAV / RNP / GLS can provide new tracks to each runway Honeywell GBAS SmartPath System – An Integrated Solution RNAV / RNP / GLS can provide repeatable curved paths to each runway end RNAV / RNP / GLS can shorten flight tracks to each runway end RNAV / RNP / GLS can provide new tracks to each runway RNAV/RNP & GLS Complementary Systems HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

18 Continuous Descent Approach (CDA) or Optimized Profile Descent (OPD)

19 Approach Concepts Pacific Aviation Directors Workshop Join the Global PBN Movement Integrated PBN Systems Solutions HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

20 Current Facility: Runways: 6L/24R 10015’ (3053m) x 150’ (36m) 6R/24L 10014’ (3052m) x 150’ (46m) (6L/24R 12000’ upon completion) Approaches: ILS (CAT I) Rwys 6L & 6R RNAV GPS Y Rwys 6L,6R,24L,24R RNAV RNP Z Rwys 6L,6R,24L,24R VOR or TACAN Rwy 6L NDB DME Rwy 24R VOR-A Guam International Airport Current Operational Environment HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

21 RNAV RNP / GLS Rwy 6L

22 GLS Rwy 6L short final

23 RNAV RNP / GLS Rwy 24 R

24 Pohnpei International Airport Current facility Runways 9 & 27 6,001 ft. (,829m) Navigation aids NDB DME GPS approaches

25 Pohnpei International Airport

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27 RNAV Visual Approaches Can be Designed RNAV Visual Approaches increase Safety during VFR Weather

28 RNAV Visual Approach Rwy 6L

29 RNP approaches will replace current terrestrial based non- precision approaches. According to the FAA, WAAS LPV and GBAS will replace ILS as the precision approach system. ADS-B will replace most terrestrial based radar systems. Going forward: Civil Aviation Authorities, aircraft operators and airport managers will need to better understand the impact of the technological developments and the changing landscape. In the not too distant future, most terrestrial based navigation aids will be decommissioned. Future Landscape Performance-based Navigation HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

30 Increased airport efficiency: – Eliminates ILS critical zones – Enables flexible approaches; synergistic with RNAV/RNP – Offers precision approach where ILS cannot due to geography Lower life-cycle cost: – One SmartPath GBAS serves all runways, initial acquisition cost is lower – Lower maintenance cost – Lower flight inspection cost – Growth to Cat II/III Increases level of safety: – Precision lateral and vertical guidance – Signal stability (immune to signal bends inherent in ILS) Reduced noise/ shorter routes: – GBAS final approach segment optimizes curved path approaches – Lower approach minimums – Auto-land capability GBAS final approaches available wherever your RNAV RNP approach ends Honeywell SmartPath GBAS Value Summary HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

31 SmartPath is the only certified GBAS System – Received FAA System Design Approval (Part 171) on 4 September 2009 CAT II Requirement Analysis – CAT II performance from existing system – Honeywell funded R&D CAT III requirements development and validation underway – Minimal or no ground station hardware changes – Prototype Software available in 2011 – Operationally available ~2014 – FAA Cat III ground station contract to Honeywell in May 2010 – FAA Cat III avionics contract to Honeywell in September 2010 Honeywell SmartPath GBAS Today and Tomorrow HUGHES/HONEYWELL PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

32 Financing Financing is available

33 SmartPath PBN Solutions...Let’s Get Started!


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