Presentation on theme: "PAN European Network Services (PENS) ACP WGW04 – AI4 Manuel Garcia (PSSG Chairman, Spanish ACP Member) Jacky Pouzet (EUROCONTROL ACP Member) European Organisation."— Presentation transcript:
PAN European Network Services (PENS) ACP WGW04 – AI4 Manuel Garcia (PSSG Chairman, Spanish ACP Member) Jacky Pouzet (EUROCONTROL ACP Member) European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation
Pan European Network Services What is PENS A joint EUROCONTROL / ANSP led initiative to provide a common IP based managed network service across the European region Provide a efficient support to operational data and potentially voice communications: - existing services - new requirements that are emerging from future Air Traffic Management ( ATM ) concepts (incl SESAR). - In line with the SES-2 regulation (e.g. FMTP IR) PENS contract placed in 2009 with a Telco provider (SITA) via a Call For Tender Procedure. PENS will be used in the context of SESAR for the validation of the new services (VoIP, SWIM etc…)
Pan European Network Services PENS: the future of European aeronautical communications infrastructure
Pan European Network Services CFMU: Existing network was already with SITA Replacement of most desktops during PENS rollout New service option (ANSP-owned PCs): Option 2 EAD: Existing network was with AT&T Migration completed within the PENS rollout Fully operational since December 9th, 2010 ANSP Backbone: No such network today, replacing bilateral lines For data communications (FMTP, AMHS, radar, …) Ready for service. Priority for 2011 Shared sites: PENS Users sharing the infrastructure cost optimization, alignment on highest service level PENS Service Layers EAD ANSP Backbone PENS CFMU CFMU Terminals ETFMS Entry Nodes Shared sites
Pan European Network Services
PENS Technical Design PENS GOLD IP Plug ANSP Backbone min. 384 kbps 128 kbps 64 kbps 128 kbps 64 kbps IPv4 Surveillance / radar (60%) Regional use (30%) Future use (10%) FMTP (60%) AMHS (30%) Future use (10%) CFMU VPN IPv4 EAD VPN IPv4 SESAR 512 kbps IPv6 Multicast
Pan European Network Services The PENS VPNs IPVPNs with Gold Class of Service (three levels of priority) Dual stack IPv4 / IPv6 IPv4 addresses are provided by the Network Service Provider IPv6 addresses are provided by EUROCONTROL (based on the iPAX Task Force) Tight SLA with SITA for the service including: 24/7 Dedicated PENS Service Desk 99,99% availability Certificate of physical diversity of the circuits Quarterly audit of Single Points of Failures (layer 1/2/3) Remote monitoring access for ANSPs Monthly reporting
Pan European Network Services PENS Governance PENS Users PENS Services Steering Group PSSG PENS User Group PUG Network Service Provider (NSP) - SITA PENS Management Unit EUROCONTROLANSPs
Pan European Network Services Conclusions PENS is already in operation for EUROCONTROL services such as CFMU and EAD (IPv4 at present). The PENS ANSP Backbone service is ready for activation to support ATM traffic (AMHS, FMTP, Surveillance, soon: VoIP (After validation)). PENS is ready for SESAR verification and validation (SWIM). Activities related to network security, multicast (IPv4/6), VoIP validation are on-going in the context of SESAR (P ).
Pan European Network Services Recommendations ACP WGW is invited to: Note the PENS implementation in EUROPE. Note the current development activities (VoIP validation, Security, IPv6 global addressing). Support the need for a global IP infrastructure in the near future to deploy forthcoming ATM services: AMHS, SWIM, … Support the need for a global security policy. Note that the outcome of the PENS activities may provide input to future versions of the Doc 9896 (Manual for the ATN using IPS Standards and Protocols) Invite ANC to task ACP for a globalisation of the IP connectivity (G/G), addressing the security issues to provide a trustable SWIM/AMHS infrastructure.