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By: Michael A. Cirillo, Vice President, Air Traffic Organization, System Operations Services Date:March 27, 2007 Federal Aviation Administration Performance.

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1 By: Michael A. Cirillo, Vice President, Air Traffic Organization, System Operations Services Date:March 27, 2007 Federal Aviation Administration Performance Framework Concept The Global ATM Operational Concept – A Call to Performance

2 2 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 The Future Significant growth to 2025 –Global passengers, 4.2 to 9 billion –Aircraft Movements to 173% –Higher regional growth Advanced avionics Longer range flights –More aircraft classes –Extended aircraft range Global aircraft resale market Accommodate growth in a seamless, globally interoperable manner ?

3 3 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 The Challenge Disparate systems Rigid structures Limited collaboration Not best use of scarce resources Limited information exchange Advanced avionics capabilities underutilized Long lead times for system improvement :10 13:40 DELAYED :12 13:50 DELAYED :15 14:00 DELAYED : CANCELD :17 12:17 ON TIME :18 15:20 DELAYED : CANCELD Address airline delays, group urges High-Flying Airfares Aviation Enters Global Warming Debate

4 4 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 The Global ATM Operational Concept Endorsed by 35 th Session of the Assembly Vision: –Globally interoperable –All users & flight phases –Safe, economic, environmental & secure ATM user expectations are drivers for change, requiring: –Safety case –Business case Foundation for ATM System Requirements

5 5 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 Global ATM Requirements Performance-based ATM is central What does this mean? –Justify changes (operational improvements) to the ATM system with their performance impact –Post-implementation monitoring –Balance the multiple aspects of performance –Guided by community expectations The Global ATM Operational Concept envisions a system that is service oriented, performance driven and predicated on the guiding principles described in the OCD (Global Air Traffic Management Operational Concept, Doc 9854). To fulfill this vision, the ATM system shall: a. Ensure that performance forms the basis for all ATM system development; b. Treat performance as a whole, that is, considering all the ATM community expectations and their relationships;

6 6 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 ATM Community Expectations Access and Equity Capacity Cost-effectiveness Efficiency Environment Flexibility Global Interoperability Participation by the ATM Community Predictability Safety Security Indicators ATM Community Expectations Key Performance Areas Objectives

7 7 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 Overview of Performance Process Expectations lead to targets Current performance is measured Future performance is estimated from forecasts Performance gaps are addressed via additional operational improvements Performance is monitored Plan is adjusted More detail in subsequent talk Expectations Objectives & Indicators Targets Current performance Future performance Address Gaps Monitor

8 8 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 Level of Consistency Variations in expectations & actual performance –Across time –Location –ATM community member System is tailored to best meet needs of individual locations at specific times Harmonized on: –Consistent definitions –Measurement, data, and estimation –Consistent performance approach It is critical that the metrics be applied uniformly across the total system, i.e. that in a series of linked systems (regions, homogenous areas, etc.) they will be the same, while the actual required level of performance may be variable. (From Doc. 9854)

9 9 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 Need for Consistent Framework End-to-end performance Benchmarking Best Practices Accountability Consistent requirements Service Delivery Global Interoperability Goal

10 10 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 Performance Hierarchy Initially defined in Global ATM Operational Concept Layers represent different views of the ATM system Allows tracing of performance impact –Changes at lower levels impact next layer above –Leads to expectations –Helps understand and communicate performance case Level 1: Political and Socio-Economic Requirements Level 2: Expectations - RASP Level 3: ATM Component Functionality - RTSP Level 4: System Requirements (e.g., RNP, RCP) Level 5: Technologies (incl. standards, specifications)

11 11 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 Level 2 - Expectations Expectations = 11 ATM Community Expectations Outcomes of the ATM system Required ATM System Performance (RASP) –The collection of targets within all 11 KPA –Function of time as targets evolve Actual ATM System Performance –Measured through indicators within 11 KPA Level 1: Political and Socio-Economic Requirements Level 2: Expectations - RASP Level 3: ATM Component Functionality - RTSP Level 4: System Requirements (e.g., RNP, RCP) Level 5: Technologies (incl. standards, specifications)

12 12 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 Level 3 – ATM Component Functionality Internal performance of ATM system –What functions/services does the ATM System perform? –How do these deliver the outcome? Performance-case –Service-level impact –Traceable RTSP Level 1: Political and Socio-Economic Requirements Level 2: Expectations - RASP Level 3: ATM Component Functionality - RTSP Level 4: System Requirements (e.g., RNP, RCP) Level 5: Technologies (incl. standards, specifications)

13 13 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 Levels 4/5 – System Requirements & Technology Decomposition of ATM System –What system performance is required to deliver a level of service? Technologies –Systems implement technology –Focus on shared technology –Must include functionality Level 1: Political and Socio-Economic Requirements Level 2: Expectations - RASP Level 3: ATM Component Functionality - RTSP Level 4: System Requirements (e.g., RNP, RCP) Level 5: Technologies (incl. standards, specifications)

14 14 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 Putting it Together Provides a consistent structure based on type of improvement Trace improvements up the hierarchy –Tool for accountability –Post-implementation measurement across levels People Procedures Infrastructure System Design Technology Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5

15 15 Federal Aviation Administration Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System March 27, 2007 The Future is Performance-based


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