Presentation on theme: "Federal Aviation Administration 1 Collaborative Decision Making Module 2 Developing A Collaborative Framework."— Presentation transcript:
Federal Aviation Administration 1 Collaborative Decision Making Module 2 Developing A Collaborative Framework
Federal Aviation Administration 2 Challenges We Face Demand growth without added capacity Regional and commuter airlines General aviation (GA) and military flights Complexity versus predictability Equipment (aircraft and systems) New technologies Balance between safety and efficiency
Federal Aviation Administration 3 CDM Partners have a common prime objective-- Maintain a safe, smooth and efficient air transport service for the benefit of passengers and cargo. Primary Objective
Federal Aviation Administration 4 Improve predictability Improve on-time performance Optimize airport infrastructure and reduce congestion Reduce ATFM slot wastage Flexible predeparture planning CDM COMMON OBJECTIVES
Federal Aviation Administration 5 PRIMARY GOALS OPERATORS ATC Managing the ATC System Managing the Schedule CDM
Federal Aviation Administration 6 ATC Goals Safe Separation Maximum Throughput Efficient use of Capacity Controller Workload ManagedEquitable service Reduce Greenhouse Gases Stakeholders Goals Safe Flight On-time arrivals, Mission objective accomplished Minimal delay Passenger Connections Crew Connections Aircraft Connections Minimize turn times Fuel Savings
Federal Aviation Administration 7 Working Goals Provide all decision-makers with a common picture by allowing them to look at the same data. Allow decisions to be made by the person in the best position to make it, all things considered. Make decisions in an open manner so that all know what is happening and can contribute as necessary or desired.
Federal Aviation Administration 8 l Eventual Result Better traffic flow management decisions are made since each decision is made by the right person, with the best data and with valuable input from others.