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Integrating information towards Digital ATM Common Flight Identifiers Presented By: Chris Dodson (BA), Jim Miller (DEN) Date:August 28, 2013.

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1 Integrating information towards Digital ATM Common Flight Identifiers Presented By: Chris Dodson (BA), Jim Miller (DEN) Date:August 28, 2013

2 Who are you? Operating the flights Uses AIDX key Airline Manages arrivals, departures Perhaps cut-down AIDX key Airport Aircraft in flight Uses call signs vs. flight ID ATM 2

3 3 Airport Airline Three Axes of Flight Data

4 To Achieve S-CDM FAA Concept of Operations: A Simple, Low-Risk Approach with a Foundation in Data Collaboration Data Exchange and Integration Basic Surface Surveillance Procedures, Roles and Responsibilities Queue Management Link Surface & Airside Ops Surface Flow Management FAA Surface Operations Office and ‘Surface CDM’ – ACI Operations and Technical Affairs Conference (April 18, 2012) Lorne Cass - Manager, Industry Affairs, Surface Operations Office 4

5 So Are We There Yet? Not quite. Vendors have strong, valid, functional systems Respect SSIM messaging But can Vendor A and Vendor B always ID this flight? 5

6 Today’s scenarios Mostly correct during regular ops Is margin of error during irregular ops We use any means available to identify “that aircraft over there”. – Binoculars, telephone, radio, tribal knowledge, maybe even Twitter, text or cell phone 6

7 Today’s scenarios Most schedules use SSIM identifier Is not universal AIDX is recommended practice and key for commercial and general aviation FIXM and AIDX building alignment – Will WXXM and AIXM align as well? 7

8 Where are we Heading? How will we assure our data align? And align to what? Who governs data among the “Three Axes”? Who will govern or certify the vendors? – ICAO? IATA? ACI? 8

9 If we Craft a GUFI GUFI has to align to something unique – In each axes’ schemas – In each vendor’s system – Throughout the flight cycle So all the flight pieces fit together 9

10 Questions? 10

11 11 Contact Information Jim Miller – Denver International Airport – Chris Dodson – British Airways –


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