Presentation on theme: "ICAO Aviation Considerations for Internet Mobility Services ICAO WG N-1 Meeting #5 Montreal, Canada November 7-10, 2005 ACP/SWGN1-5 th meeting FL 502."— Presentation transcript:
ICAO Aviation Considerations for Internet Mobility Services ICAO WG N-1 Meeting #5 Montreal, Canada November 7-10, 2005 ACP/SWGN1-5 th meeting FL 502
ICAO Technical Considerations TC-1. The approach should provide a means to define data communications that can be carried only over authorized paths for the traffic type and category specified by the user.
ICAO Technical Considerations (cont) TC-2. The approach should enable an aircraft to both roam between and to be simultaneously connected to multiple independent air-ground networks.
ICAO Technical Considerations (cont) TC-3. The approach should minimize latency during establishment of initial paths to an aircraft, during handoff, and during transfer of individual data packets. TC-4. The approach should have high availability which includes not having a single point of failure.
ICAO Technical Considerations (cont) TC-5. The approach should not negatively impact end-to-end data integrity, for example, by introducing packet loss during path establishment, handoff or data transfer. TC-6. The approach should be scaleable to accommodate anticipated levels of aircraft equipage.
ICAO Technical Considerations (cont) TC-5. The approach should result in throughput which accommodates anticipated levels of aircraft equipage. TC-6. The approach should be secure.
ICAO Implementation Considerations IC.1 The approach should permit the addition of air/ground service providers. IC.2 The approach should not rely on a particular air/ground service provider or administration for operation. IC.3 The approach should not be unique to aviation but rather should be based on open industry standards.
ICAO Implementation Considerations (cont) IC.4 The approach should have mature and commercially available implementations. IC.5 The approach should allow the industry to implement a closed network. IC.6 The approach should allow an authentication to be required for systems to join the closed network.