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1 © DLR, Institute of Flight Guidance Total Airport Management Systems Institute of Flight Guidance Dr.-Ing. Christoph Meier

2 © DLR, Institute of Flight Guidance Situation Airports are very large, complex systems due to: Interface between different Traffic Modes (Air, Rail, Road,...) Internal Traffic (Passenger, Luggage, Cargo, Crew,...) Various Services (ATC, Catering, Fire Brigade, Towing cars,...) Dependencies between Services due to: Share of common resources (e.g. Tarmac of the Apron) Share of common objective (Transport of Persons and Goods)

3 © DLR, Institute of Flight Guidance Problems Historically grown Structures Different commercial and governmental Stakeholders Partly conflicting Interests between Stakeholders Further Fragmentation in the near Future Co-ordination from the Local Point of View of the Services Local Decision Making without Globale Situation View Very conventional Techniques for Co-ordination

4 © DLR, Institute of Flight Guidance Innovative Idea ATC Apron Control AirlineCatering... Total Airport Management System Airport Ressources

5 © DLR, Institute of Flight Guidance Benefits Optimized Use of Airport Ressources due to Integrated Operations More Throughput through the Airport Enhanced Robustness by Improved Management of Exceptions More Money for the Service Less Environmental Impact for the Society More Comfort for the Passengers / Customers

6 © DLR, Institute of Flight Guidance Questions What are the Possibilities and Limits of TAMS? Who would benefit and how big are the Benefits? What Technical and Operational Changes would be necessary? What Technologies could be used? Centralized or Distributed System Architecture? How to Test, Demonstrate and Validate a TAMS? How can an Airport migrate to a TAMS? Who will operate such a TAMS?...

7 © DLR, Institute of Flight Guidance What we are already doing Modelling Airside and Landside Processes Investigating new HMI Technologies Developing first TAMS Ideas and Concepts Preparing a Development Environment

8 © DLR, Institute of Flight Guidance What is still necessary In order to speed up research further funding is necessary A joint effort of research and users would be more efficient European ATC Providers would directly profit from optimized Airports, so Eurocontrol should have a certain interest in TAMS Mobility is one of the most important topics of tomorrows society, so the EU should have a certain interest in TAMS

9 © DLR, Institute of Flight Guidance Potential further Steps 1. Pilot Study Thourough Determination of the State of the Art Situation Analysis at 3-4 European Airports Definition of further necessary work more in detail Building Research Consortia Development of Operational and Technical Concepts 2. Feasibility Study Detailled Requirement Analysis Prototyping main parts of a Total Airport Management System Evaluation in simulation and field test...

10 © DLR, Institute of Flight Guidance Thank you for your attention


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