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1 The AIM Modernization Program
Aeronautical Common Services Presented By: Bob McMullen Date: 28 August 2013

2 Legacy Description The current system process requires inputs into multiple systems, relies on manual processes, and lacks data quality control around the information being conveyed The operational impacts of the current systems process include: Redundant work: Users managing SAA schedules at en route facilities often need to enter the same information in many systems to convey schedules to NAS users. Inefficient flight path Operational errors or deviations caused by lack of accurate schedule data Lack of trusted data sources Delay in NOTAM generation 2

3 AIM Modernization Mission
Modernize and improve AI flow of information through digital data ingestion, management, and distribution tools SOA platform where services can be developed using international standards and hosted on a centralized infrastructure for delivery to customers as web services Improve access, integrity, interoperability, and extensibility of AI to systems and users across the NAS Move from a simple product-centric environment to true AI Management 3


5 AIMM is Identifying standards & relating data
Providing access (GA, airlines and ANSP and FAA users, DoD) consistently Tailoring information to what you need Building a platform where additional (future) data can be added and configured in a timely fashion

6 Make it look simple, stable, and the same… DoD Public ANSP
AIMM Overview Make it look simple, stable, and the same… DoD ANSP Public

7 Program Description The ACS has four core capabilities:
Digital Data Ingestion: Exchange data authoritative providers using automated tools and systems. Aeronautical Common Services (ACS): The single trusted access point of AI. Is a solid foundation for additional AIMM activities The ACS has four core capabilities: Aeronautical Information Query and Subscription Aeronautical Information Integration Spatial Information Mapping Aeronautical Information Data Analytics External and Legacy System Integration: functional two-way data exchange with other systems. 7

8 AIMM Overview

National Geodetic Data Center (NOAA) Magnetic Declination Data NESG NAS/Operations Network SWIM/ NEMS Airlines NAS/Mission Support Network AI ACS NAVLean Business Rules General Aviation NAVLean Data Capture Portal Airport Survey Data AGIS Airports Airport Data, ILS, NAVAIDs AirNav 2.0 FIX, Waypoint, etc. Points Integrated Aeronautical Information (AI) Holding Patterns Holding Patterns AI DoD Arrival Procedures (STAR) STARS Departure Procedures Digital Capture Tool for SOP/LOA SIAP NAS/Mission Support Network Obstacles Data Obstacles Mission Support Systems (e.g. NAVLean) Digital NAS Constraints (SOP/LOA) AI SOP/LOA SAA Configuration Definitions Sectional Charts Location Identifiers Weather Stations FSS & Comm MIA/MVA Class Airspace ARTCC Sectors NAS/Operations Network NAS/Ops Network SAMS/MADE SAA Schedules ANSP Systems (e.g. TFMS, ESIS/IDSR, TFDM, ERAM) FNS Digital NOTAMs AI ERAM Airspace Status Data NASR Authoritative Sources AI Consumers AIM Systems Integrated AI includes fused SAA, NOTAM, Airport Configuration, and other potential NAVLean data

10 AIMM Segments 10 Notices to Airmen (NOTAM): (Segment 1)
Condition change in the NAS (e.g. Runway closed, ILS OTS) Central Altitude Reservation Function (CARF): (Segment 1) Pre-coordinated reserved routing and altitude for DoD and NASA. CARF deconflicts routing Special Activity Airspace (SAA): (Segment 2) Airspace Definitions and Schedules Delivered through Aeronautical Common Service Reserved airspace for other than normal flight (e.g. MOAs, ATCAAs) Airport layout information: (Segment 2) Airport surveys, runways, navaids, terrain Other: (Future Work Packages) Procedures, business rules and constraints defined in letters of agreement (LOA) and standard operating procedures (SOP), Business rules, definitions, and status of the NAS “infrastructure” (e.g. airports, airspace, procedures) Dynamic AI and status changes 10

11 What AIMM Delivers SOA platform - developed using web standards on a centralized infrastructure Aeronautical Common Service (ACS) - single authoritative source of AI A system design leveraging SWIM - net-centric enterprise architecture Digital Notice to Airmen (NOTAMs), Special Activity Airspace (SAA) info, and airport/reference data as mission support services through SWIM to TFMS and external customers via the web A solid foundation for additional segments that continue to deliver greater access, integrity, and extensibility External and Legacy System Integration – a functional two-way data exchange, AIMM will establish a link providing data to NAS consumer systems and users through the SWIM infrastructure 11

12 Proposed areas for Future Work
Expansion of SAA web services to integrate dynamic SAA data (ERAM, other automation systems) Expansion of Airport/ Reference data web services to integrate dynamic Airport configuration and other dynamic data in airport environment (TFDM, other automation systems) Other data for NAS consumption (Procedures, Obstructions, Terrain, Publications (Charts, AIP, SOPs)) Business Intelligence services Constraint Evaluation and Deconfliction Other data and common information services to support Bravo Objectives

13 Questions 2

14 Contact Information Bob McMullen AIM Modernization Manager, AJM-336 Phone: 3

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