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IATA views on Information management JF Grout Assistant Director ICAO relations
What is IATA? The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade association of airlines. Our 240 members generate 84% of the total air traffic. © IATA August 2014IATA views on Information management2
Our Role in ATM IATA collaborates hand-in-hand with ICAO, CANSO, ACI and other industry stakeholders to help airlines to operate safely, securely, efficiently, and economically under clearly defined rules. We provide professional support to all industry stakeholders with a wide range of products and expert services. © IATA August 2014IATA views on Information management3
Air transport actors © IATA August 2014IATA views on Information management4
Airlines… … move people … move goods … drive economies … have very small margins … need accurate and timely INFORMATION © IATA August 2014IATA views on Information management5
Interoperability & Harmonization Up to very long range flights 17+ hours Prime altitudes FL290-390 © IATA August 2014IATA views on Information management6
Information domains Airline domain Flight, Pax, cargo, schedules, code-sharing… Airport domain Gates, security, field maintenance, movements… ANSP domain Aeronautical information, weather, flight information… © IATA August 2014IATA views on Information management7
Airlines Information exchange needs Internally With other airlines With the ANSPs With the airports With the passengers With travel agencies With ground-handling … © IATA August 2014IATA views on Information management8
Airline Information characterization Some is proprietary (business related) Some is already standardized: AIDX to exchange information between airport and airlines FPL (etc.) to inform ANSP (fire and forget) Some is not shared (minor delay decisions, etc.) Some is duplicated Aircraft identification (AFR = AF – LFPG = CDG – B773 = B77W -- …) Some is missing Tracking information… © IATA August 2014IATA views on Information management9
Information exchange deficiencies Flow of information is not always guaranteed A Flight plan submitted in Africa may not reach all intended recipients Information is not always up-to-date in all locations Information exchange too often based on: point-to-point message protocols Proprietary or non standard mechanisms Information is not shared and when shared not in a timely manner ATM and airline/airport information may not be connected (e.g. aircraft status) © IATA August 2014IATA views on Information management10
Where are we today? Recognition by industry that data harmonization is a MUST ICAO introduces in the GANP System Wide Information Management (SWIM) that provides the foundation for managing information globally in support of operational improvements Collaborative Decision Making Regional Air Traffic Flow Management Collaboration between airlines and ANSP to facilitate Airline trajectories The ICAO Information Management Panel is being created to address issues such as information management, security, etc. © IATA August 2014IATA views on Information management11
How to progress Make the best use of existing standards and on-going development Do not reinvent the wheel Recognize that what is efficient today should be used Clearly identify the common areas Determine how the information domains can be interrelated Flight Info (FIXM) Aeronautical Info (AIXM) Weather Inf (WXXM) Airline commercial / airport operation (AIDX) © IATA August 2014IATA views on Information management12
Recommendations Define the requirements Based on operational benefits not simply because it can be done technically Provide mechanisms to connect the different data domains Ensure information flows Minimize investment – must be cost effective and based on business cases Protect information integrity and confidentiality Properly manage the information Allow timely migration to new technologies Start by quick wins to gain support E.g. Digital NOTAMs, A-CDM © IATA August 2014IATA views on Information management13
THANK YOU! © IATA August 2014IATA views on Information management14
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