Presentation on theme: "Objective AOM 19 ESSIP Plan 2013 Octavian CIOARA DSS/EIPR 13.09.2013."— Presentation transcript:
Objective AOM 19 ESSIP Plan 2013 Octavian CIOARA DSS/EIPR
ESSIP Plan 2013 / Objective AOM 192 Objective AOM19 Comprehensive Explanation What is new or has changed since LSSIP 2012 Link to European ATM Master Plan Finalisation Criteria and Closed Questions ESSIP Report 2012 Objective Coordinators Analysis, recommendations, tips & tricks Links and contacts
ESSIP Plan 2013 / Objective AOM 193 Comprehensive Explanation Area of applicability: All ECAC States Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 01/2011 Full Operational Capability (FOC): 12/2016 Establish a collaborative civil-military airspace planning at the European Network level by: Integrating ASM and ATFCM processes into the day of operations, Maximising use of capacity available and improved updates of the airspace status, Consistent application of FUA Concept across Europe, Developing and implementing of ASM/ATFCM processes and supporting tools at national, sub-regional and European levels. Objective related to the new AOP21 Note: This objective contributes also to the implementation of the FUA Regulatory Requirements (Regulation 2150/2005).
ESSIP Plan 2013 / Objective AOM 194 What is new or has changed since LSSIP 2012 New FOC date: 12/2016 (instead of 12/2015) No changes to existing SLoAs 2 new SLoAs (applicable to the Network Manager) AOM19-NM01 - Develop System and procedures for an improved ASM/ATFCM process – finalisation date 12/2015 AOM19-NM02 - Upgrade NM systems to allow exchange in real-time of ASM information – finalisation date 12/2016
ESSIP Plan 2013 / Objective AOM 195 Link to European ATM Master Plan The objective AOM19 covers the following SESAR OI steps: OI step - [AOM-0201] - Moving Airspace Management Into Day of Operation OI step - [AOM-0202] - Enhanced Real-time Civil-Military Coordination of Airspace Utilisation OI step - [AOM-0205] - Modular Temporary Airspace Structures and Reserved Areas OI step - [AOM-0401] - Multiple Route Options & Airspace Organisation Scenarios OI step - [DCB-0203] - Enhanced ASM/ATFCM Coordinated Process
ESSIP Plan 2013 / Objective AOM 196 Most important SLoA(s) AOM19-ASP02 - Implement CIAM Phase 1 should have been already completed (finalisation date 12/2010). AOM19-ASP03 – Implement CIAM Phase 2 should have been already completed (finalisation date 12/2011). Each SLoA should be fulfilled in accordance with the relevant provisions of the CFMU Handbook, the ERNIP Part 3 - Handbook for Airspace Management, the EUROCONTROL Specification for the application of the FUA
ESSIP Plan 2013 / Objective AOM 197 Finalisation Criteria and Closed Questions Finalisation criteria: Contact your subject matter expert to determine the deployment Status for each SloA Statements to be made based on Finalisation criteria Closed questions: Not yet developed
ESSIP Plan 2013 / Objective AOM 198 ESSIP Report 2012 More than three quarters of the States have plans to implement this objective according to the agreed timeframe. The implementation progresses well in the States with high traffic demand/complexity and/or high level of military airspace users activity. Interest in implementation of this objective is slightly lower in the states with low traffic demand/complexity and/or low level of military airspace users activity, notably with regard the implementation by the military stakeholders. Stakeholders reporting NO PLAN or NOT APPLICABLE should duly justify this status.
ESSIP Plan 2013 / Objective AOM 199 Objective Coordinators Analysis, recommendations, tips & tricks Ensure that your subject matter expert is involved once you make your statement. Information provided per SLoA can be easily verified by checking the provisions laid down in the supporting material. Next SLoA with finish date due is: AOM19-ASP07 – Optimise CDRs design and availability by 12/2013
ESSIP Plan 2013 / Objective AOM 1910 Links and contacts Objective Coordinator: Octavian CIOARA NMD Objective Expert(s): Giuseppe ACAMPORA Olivier MROWICKI