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1 Jim Nagle Chief/CNSICAO 26 March 2007 A PERFORMANCE BASED GLOBAL AIR NAVIGATION SYSTEM: PART II TRANSITION.

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1 1 Jim Nagle Chief/CNSICAO 26 March 2007 A PERFORMANCE BASED GLOBAL AIR NAVIGATION SYSTEM: PART II TRANSITION

2 2 Presentation outline Pick up on previous presentation Whats possible today Transition strategy to a global air navigation system Performance objectives Air navigation integrated programme Conclusions

3 3 A Few Simple Questions What operational capability cannot be accomplished with todays infrastructure? Is the limitation in the aircraft? Is the limitation lack of services? Is the limitation regulatory?

4 4 Evolution – Phase 1 Evolution –Phase 3 Evolution – Phase 2 NEAR-TERM MEDIUM-TERM LONG-TERM Based on what we HAVE Based on what we HAVEtoday Involves application of available procedures, processes and capabilities Involves application of available procedures, processes and capabilities Identifies potential gap requirements that focus Identifies potential gap requirements that focus near term work program activities Based on what we Based on what we KNOW today Involves application of emerging procedures, processes and capabilities Involves application of emerging procedures, processes and capabilities Identifies gap requirements and drives future R&D Identifies gap requirements and drives future R&D Based on CONCEPT expectations Based on CONCEPT expectations Involves application of new procedures, processes and capabilities Involves application of new procedures, processes and capabilities Fills gap requirements and sustains continuous improvement R&D Fills gap requirements and sustains continuous improvement R&D Overlap Period Transition Strategy Overlap Period

5 5 Transition – Near-term The Global Plan Initiatives capabilities that have been implemented What cant be implemented? Examples: Use RVSM to provide additional capacity Use datalinks to provide situational awareness Use enhanced data reporting and analysis tools to enhance safety Standardize cross boundary coordination procedures to enhance cost effectiveness Utilize PBN capability to fly instrument approaches, enhancing safety [reduced CFIT] and increasing access etc NEAR-TERM Performance Capability Gap Analysis Establish Performance Objectives Example: Increase Efficiency Enhance Capacity Improve Safety Enhance Cost-Effectiveness etc Integrate Existing Capabilities with Performance Objectives Group GPI Sets against Performance Objectives NEAR-TERM Establish an Inventory of Existing Capabilities ICAO SARPS Industry Standards Industry Equipage Technology Fleet Equipage etc Evolution – Phase 1 what we HAVE today available procedures and capabilities identifies potential gaps focus on near term work

6 6 Establish an Inventory of Planned Capabilities Short-term capabilities + Emerging ICAO and Industry SARPS Emerging capabilities Emerging Technology etc High-Level Performance Gap Analysis Establish High-Level Performance Objectives Example: Reduce Delay Enhance Efficiency Reduce Environment Effect etc Integrate Capabilities with High-Level Performance Objectives Example: Use datalink and new RNP standards to increase capacity Use emerging flow tools and traffic prediction to reduce delay improve engine efficiency by 10% develop more environmentally effective route structures. etc Group into Operational Improvements Sets against Performance Objectives Evolution – Phase 2 based on what we KNOW today application of emerging procedures, and capabilities identifies gaps drives future R&D Transition – Medium-term The medium term effort is supported by the gap analysis outcomes of near term efforts. Work programs are structured towards implementation of procedures and capabilities based on validated operational requirements and cost-benefit analyses MEDIUM-TERM MEDIUM-TERM

7 7 Establish an Inventory of Gap Capabilities Short- and medium-term capabilities + Identified Gap Standards Identified Gap Capability etc High-Level Performance Gap Analysis Establish High-Level Performance Objectives Example: Increase Efficiency Enhance Capacity Improve Safety Enhance Cost-Effectiveness etc Integrate Capabilities with High-Level Performance Objectives Example: 4-D Control Self Separation Traffic Synchronization etc. Group into Operational Improvements Sets against Performance Objectives Evolution – Phase 3 Transition – Long-term Long term efforts are focused on meeting the expectations of the ATM Operational Concept. New procedures, processes and capabilities will be characterized by Performance Standards LONG-TERM LONG-TERM based on CONCEPT expectations application of new procedures and capabilities Fills gaps sustains continuous improvement R&D

8 8 KPA Notional Global Transition Roadmap Short-Term The Global Transition Roadmap Medium-TermLong-Term Establish an Inventory of Existing Capabilities Current ICAO SARPS Current Industry SARPS Current Industry Equipage Current Technology Current Fleet Equipage etc Establish an Inventory of Planned Capabilities Short-term capabilities + Emerging ICAO and Industry SARPS Emerging Equipage Emerging Technology etc Establish an Inventory of Gap Capabilities Short- and medium-term capabilities + Identified Gap Standards Identified Gap Capability etc High-Level Performance Gap Analysis Establish High-Level Performance Objectives Example: Enhance Capacity Improve Safety Enhance Cost-effectiveness etc Example: Increase Efficiency Enhance Capacity Improve Safety Enhance Cost-Effectiveness etc Example: Reduce Delay Enhance Efficiency Reduce Environment Effect etc Integrate Capabilities with High Level Performance Objectives Example: Use RVSM to provide additional capacity Use datalink and RNP to provide additional capacity Use enhanced data reporting and analysis tools to enhance safety Standardize cross-boundary coordination procedures to enhance cost effectiveness Utilize GNSS capability to fly instrument approaches, enhancing safety [reduced CFIT] and increasing access etc Integrate Capabilities with High Level Performance Objectives Example: Use datalink and new RNP standards to increase capacity Use emerging flow tools and traffic prediction to reduce delay Leverage the undertaking by OEMs to improve engine efficiency by 10% by 2010 to develop more environmentally effective route structures. etc Example: 4-D Control Self Separation Traffic Synchronization Etc. Group into Operational Improvements Sets against Performance Objectives Consistency Check Against Regional Plans Consistency Check Against Local Plans On a Regular Basis

9 9 Performance Objectives Global Performance Objective: Global Performance Objectives are improvements to the Air Navigation System that are on the critical path towards the Global Operational Concept and result in a direct performance enhancement, and through which differences that are obstacles to global interoperability are resolved. Global Performance Objectives are designed to measure the effectiveness of the transition strategy and may be used to verify consistent and harmonized progress/commitment by all stakeholders. Regional Performance Objective: Regional Performance Objectives are improvements to the Air Navigation System that are required to evolve the air navigation system in support of the Global Performance Objectives, and in keeping with operating environments and priorities specific to a regional level. The regional level is defined by a division of the world into homogeneous regions with similar characteristics, a common interest in terms of performance and transition planning, and that is under by a common planning and implementation group.

10 10 Global Transition Goal: Implementation of a seamless, global air traffic management system that will enable aircraft operators to meet their planned times of departure and arrival and adhere to their preferred flight profiles with minimum constraints and without compromising agreed levels of safety. Supported by Global Performance Objectives that: Maintain Operational Safety Security Improve System Operational Performance Minimize Costs Enable Transition Harmonize Global Interoperability Environment Ensure Separation Physical Security Infrastructure Time value of benefit CommunicationsNoise Information Security Equipage Transition O&M Scalability Cost benefit equity Navigation Surveillance Databases Data exchange Emissions Capacity Delay Access Flexibility Efficiency Predictability Performance Based Regulation Performance Metric Elements

11 11 The ICAO Process Framework Vision Strategy Tactics Action Global Air Navigation Plan Global Safety Initiatives (GSI) Global and regional work plans as part of the business plan for ICAO led activities The concepts to implement the safety and efficiency strategic objectives Global Aviation Safety Plan Global Performance Initiatives (GPI)

12 12 A closing question Is it policy or technology that presents the largest GAP for near term Operational Performance Objectives?

13 13 Conclusions A Performance based Air Navigation System Part I Putting performance into context Evolution-from FANS to Global ATM Global Air Navigation Plan Global Aviation Safety Plan Global ATM Operational Concept Part II Whats possible today Transition strategy to a global air navigation system Performance objectives Air navigation integrated programme

14 14 ICAO is committed to meeting expectations of all stakeholders. Together we have a formidable task ahead of us: to ensure the viability of the air navigation system of the future and its continued contribution to global economic development in a safe, secure and efficient manner.


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