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NextGen Integration Working Group Plenary Meeting Three July 15, 2014.

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1 NextGen Integration Working Group Plenary Meeting Three July 15, 2014

2 Data Comm Team Industry and FAA Leaders: Dan Allen/John O’Sullivan Paul Fontaine/Jesse Wijntjes

3 Unique Challenges of Data Comm Data Comm is a benefits driven program Requires Equipage Longest Term NGIW Capability. Over the 3 Year Time Frame Implementation will be partially complete Surface 2015 Enroute 2019 Metrics to Monitor Milestones and Benefit have been developed 3

4 Capabilities & Locations Departure Clearances (DCL) – Segment 1 Phase 1 (S1P1) The revised departure clearance service will be implemented at the 56 Tower Data Link Services (TDLS) airports Controller Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) and Weather Reroutes – Segment 1 Phase 2 (S1P2) The CPDLC services and airborne weather reroutes will be implemented in the En Route airspace in all 20 Continental United States (CONUS) Air Route Traffic Control Centers Data Comm Equipage Incentive Program Encourage early adopters Achieve program goal to have 1900 aircraft equipped with VDLM2 and FANS 1/A+ avionics and software by

5 Implementation Locations – Timing Key Sites (3 Towers ) Group A (19 Towers )Group B (17 Towers )Group C (18 Towers ) Site NameSite ID ARTCC ID IOC Site NameSite ID ARTCC ID IOC Site NameSite IDARTCC ID IOCSite NameSite ID ARTCC ID IOC KS 1: Salt Lake CitySLCZLCQ New OrleansMSYZHU Q LouisvilleSDFZID Q BostonBOSZBW Q KS 2: Houston IntclIAHZHUQ AustinAUSZHU Q IndianapolisINDZID Q ProvidencePVDZBW Q KS 3: Houston HbbyHOUZHUQ San AntonioSATZHU Q CincinnatiCVGZID Q BradleyBDLZBW Q NAP – NAP ComplNAZLC/ZTLQ Los AngelesLAXZLA Q MemphisMEMZME Q NewarkEWRZNY Q IOA Compl Q Las VegasLASZLA Q NashvilleBNAZME Q J F KennedyJFKZNY Q In-Service DecisionQ San DiegoSANZLA Q DenverDENZDV Q La GuardiaLGAZNY Q John WayneSNAZLA Q AtlantaATLZTL Q PhiladelphiaPHLZNY Q Bob HopeBURZLA Q CharlotteCLTZTL Q TeterboroTEBZNY Q OntarioONTZLA Q JacksonvilleJAXZJX Q WestchesterHPNZNY Q San FranciscoSFOZOA Q OrlandoMCOZJX Q DetroitDTWZOB Q OaklandOAKZOA Q MiamiMIAZMA Q ClevelandCLEZOB Q San JoseSJCZOA Q Fort LauderdaleFLLZMA Q PittsburghPITZOB Q SacramentoSMFZOA Q TampaTPAZMA Q Balt/WashBWIZDC Q PhoenixPHXZAB Q Palm BeachPBIZMA Q DullesIADZDC Q AlbuquerqueABQZAB Q St LouisSTLZKC Q ReaganDCAZDC Q SeattleSEAZSE Q Kansas CityMCIZKC Q Raleigh/DurhamRDUZDC Q Dallas LoveDALZFW Q Minn-St PaulMSPZMP Q Chicago MidwayMDWZAU Q Dallas FTW (x2)DFWZFW Q Chicago O’HareORDZAU Q Waterfall reflects challenge schedule dates (calendar year) Baseline schedule Tower deployment dates are En Route services will be deployed to all 20 ARTCCs to provide CONUS-wide En Route Data Comm service Planned En Route deployment from

6 Data Recorder Rule Performance-based Operations Aviation Rulemaking Committee (PARC) Communications Working Group (CWG) Data Link Recording Rule The PARC CWG comprises the appropriate expertise The PARC CWG will develop draft recommendations and supporting rationale by September,

7 VDL Mode 0 The FAA has received continued feedback from aircraft operators to expand their accommodation POA to the planned implementation in the domestic US En Route airspace It is estimated that there are a little more than 500 aircraft equipped with FANS 1/A that do not have VDL Mode 2 In domestic US airspace the FAA Air Traffic Organization takes responsibility for the required communications performance from the controller to the aircraft’s antenna over VDL Mode 2. Aircraft operator are responsible for required communication performance over communications media other than VDL Mode 2 (Similar to oceanic responsibility) The NGIW recommends that the FAA allow operators to use FANS 1/A over media other than VDL Mode 2, including POA, in en route airspace. The NGIW recommends that the FAA to develop an En Route Data Communications trials program to validate the proposed operational concept and validate Mode 0 performance. 7

8 Operator Commitments The Data Comm Equipage Incentive Program has eight agreements between Harris Corporation and individual operators In order for the Data Comm Program to be successful, industry stakeholders will work to honor the commitments documented in the MOAs. In addition, industry and the FAA will work together to promote the use of Data Comm services across as many aircraft as feasible beyond the incentivized equipage program with the joint goal of ensuring the benefits of Data Comm services are realized across the operation for all stakeholders and users of the NAS. Aircraft operators and OEMs will work with FAA to address interop issues with cockpit avionics in a timely fashion to support program objectives. Aircraft operators will work with FAA to support key site activities and the waterfall with DCL Operations. 8

9 DISCUSSION 9


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