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1 Air / Ground Communications in Europe European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation Future Communications Sub-Domain Manager 27 – 31 March 2006, Malmö

2 Strategic Context ACARS 2000>2005 >2010 > P+S RADAR Voice Departure Clearance Digital-ATIS Oceanic Clearance Classical Radar Mode S Voice VDL2 Voice Transfer of Control Clearances Microphone Check Downlink of Heading, Speed, Selected flight level Mode S Voice VDL2 ADS-B Receiver Voice Initial ADS-B services More CPDLC services More D-FIS services Airborne Separation Trajectory negotiation Voice Autonomous Separation 8.33 kHz CPDLC Mode S EHS ADS-B NewApplicationsFCI Voice VDL2+? ADS-B Receiver

3 CPDLC LINK European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation

4 Operational CPDLC in the Cockpit

5 Overview LINK LINK implementation is well underway The extra Capacity is required, essential to implement in time LINK provides the infrastructure for future datalink enhancements E.g. CASCADE programme LINK is seen as a necessary step towards SESAR Continued co-ordination with FAA is ongoing Was in place with FAA CPDLC Programme Continues in PARC/ Datalink Roadmap initiative Using ATN and VDL2

6 Implementing Rule for Data Link Services European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation

7 Milestones of Data Link Services Mandate The European Commission, gave a Mandate to EUROCONTROL for the development of an Implementing Rule (IR) for Datalink Services on 30 th May 2005 Delivery of Initial Plan15 July 2005 Delivery of Regulatory ApproachJanuary 2006 Draft final report including proposed draft Implementing Rule May 2006 Delivery of the final report including the draft Implementing Rule and the justification material September 2006

8 CPDLC – ADS-B CASCADE European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation

9 CASCADE Scope & Schedule Stream 1 ADS-B-out, Auto-CPDLC, D-TAXI and D-OTIS First implementation in 2008 Stream 2 ADS-B-in & out (ATSAW applications) and more advanced CPDLC First implementation in 2011

10 CASCADE Validation CRISTAL Ireland & Portugal & Austria focusing on: ADS-B-NRA CRISTAL Sweden focusing on: ADS-B- NRA, ADS-B-RAD, ADS-B-APT and ATSA-AIRB CRISTAL UK focusing on: ADS-B-RAD CRISTAL MED focusing on: ADS-B-NRA, ADS-B RAD and ADS-B APT CRISTAL Toulouse focusing on ADS-B certification CRISTAL Paris focusing on: ASPA S&M CRISTAL Germany: focusing on TIS-B Maastricht UAC focusing on Auto-CPDLC D-OTIS & D-TAXI at Brussels Airport

11 Priorities 2006 Finalise standardisation work for Stream 1. Continue trials for Stream 1. Establish a 2008 implementation baseline with an operational approval roadmap.

12 Priorities 2006 Finalise standardisation work for Stream 1. Continue trials for Stream 1. Establish a 2008 implementation baseline with an operational approval roadmap.

13 Future Communication System for A/G communications European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation

14 RADAR ATSAOCAPC VHF 25/8.33 ATN-VDL-2 ACARS Regional Networks Future Aeronautical A/G Communications Most likely base on IP protocol 1090 ES IP Ground Infrastructure (PEN) F/R Always Best Connected New Link(s) / New Link

15 FAA/Eurocontrol Joint Study FAA/Eurocontrol 3 year joint study* Objectives: Identification of requirements and operating concepts Investigation into new mobile communication technologies Investigation of a flexible avionics architecture Development of a Future Communications Roadmap Creation of industry buy-in Improvements to maximise utilisation of current spectrum * Federal Aviation Administration/EUROCONTROL, Cooperative Research and Development Action Plan 17: Future Communications Study (AP 17-04) CCOM FAA/EUROCONTROL Co-ordination Committee Coordinated With IATA

16 Aircraft Traffic Communications A Day in 2025 More than double of todays traffic Advanced ATC concept Data Primary … T-Throughput C- Continuity I- Integrity A- Availability

17 ATC/AOC Services by Domain En Route/Oceanic/Polar Red = Service Available After 2015 Green = AOC Services Blue = ATS Services Also Available: D-ALERT AMC URCO ACL SAP ACM ADS-B / ITP ARMAND PPD FLIPCY DSC D-SIGMET GRECO FLIPINT D-ORIS ADS-B / S&M ADS-B COTRAC ADS-B / C&P DYNAV Flight Status Engine Performance Rpt Fuel Status Position Report NOTAMS Free Text Weather Request Flight Plan Request Maintenance Troubleshooting Graphical Weather Real Time Maintenance Real Time Weather Online Technical Troubleshooting

18 Process to Identify Communications Parameters Concepts – Services High Level Safety and Security Analysis C, I, A Operational Performance Latency Allocation to the Communications Pipe Communications Loading Analysis Typical Service Volumes STATFOR – SAAM Transactions per A/C per Service Volume Queueing Model Thoughput

19 COCR Document Results 2020 and 2030 A/G voice; A/G data; A/A data ATC and/or AOC Usage Industry Consultation - ongoing Europe : Provided to SESAR Technology Selection Spectrum Calculation US : Used by JPDO for future system Coordinated with ICAO Cooperation : EUROCONTROL and FAA

20 Role of IP in the FCS European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation

21 Role of Communications in an ATM System Router Network ATC Centre ARINC, SITA, … A/G Router Data Link Aircraft Airborne Router Pilot HMI Flight Crew Procedures Flight Deck End System FDP Controller HMI Procedures End-toEnd + Networking Router End System ATC Services, Procedures G/G Network ATN IP?

22 A/G Communications : IP for A/G ATC ? Study : Use of IP for A/G safety critical comms Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) emerging IP standards Live Cycle Commercial Of The Shelf (COTS) Dilemma Transition

23 Thank You …


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