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1 The ADQ Adventures of LFV by Roger Li, Group Manager AIM 28th of May, Brussels

2 28 May 2013 Agenda Yesterday Today Tomorrow …and the challenges along the way

3 28 May 2013 Background – up until 2009 Low involvement from LFV in the work with drafting, reviewing and commenting the preparatory ADQ IR work due to resource constraints within the LFV AIM domain. …leading to lower awareness about ADQ IR and its impacts within LFV AIM than what could be expected. 3

4 28 May 2013 Background – 2010 With the actual release of the ADQ IR (73/2010) LFV AIM becomes more aware of the impact it will have on LFV and other stakeholders ADQ awareness work within LFV (mainly towards management) led by LFV AIM is initiated but the outcome of this work is rather scarce – message received but probably not understood to the full extent. No additional funding to really start preparing for ADQ Available funding in 2010 for ADQ preparation and implementation (in % of expected total cost) 0 % 100 % 4 0 %

5 28 May 2013 Background – 2011 Awareness work continues within LFV (mainly towards management) led by LFV AIM but still the outcome of this work is poor ADQ awareness meeting led by LFV AIM with the major airport owner Still no additional funding to really start preparing for ADQ Available funding in 2011 for ADQ preparation and implementation (in % of expected total cost) 0 % 100 % 5 0 %

6 28 May 2013 Background – Q1-Q Finally(!) LFV internal awareness work pays off and an understanding about a possible major impact on AIS operations is now on all levels A pre-study is initiated (and funded) to: Analyse and interpret the ADQ IR to sort out ambiguities and questions To further detail/explain the requirements from an LFV perspective Create LFV ADQ IR implementation plan Investigate possible partnerships/cooperations for the ADQ implementation A business case to describe possible future new businesses as a result of ADQ implementation Estimate a total cost for ADQ implementation Available funding in 2012 for ADQ prep. and implementation (in % of expected total cost) 0 % 100 % 6 4 %

7 28 May 2013 Background – Q3-Q The result of the pre-studys business case and ADQ implementation cost estimate gives LFV management the hick-ups – potentially BIG investment needed Questions arise regarding LFVs designation from the state to perform AIS (AIS open for competition or not?) Uncertainties regarding the risk that another company can get the designation to perform AIS in Sweden in near future hampers full funding decision Available funding in 2012 for ADQ prep. and implementation (in % of expected total cost) 0 % 100 % 7 4 %

8 28 May 2013 Background – Q Continued uncertainties regarding AIS designation open for competition hampers full funding decision A smaller part of funding approved to continue planning activities but no investments …meanwhile time flies… Available funding up until Q for ADQ prep. and implementation (in % of expected total cost) 0 % 100 % 8 10

9 28 May 2013 Background – Q LFV decision for full funding of the ADQ IR implementation The show can begin! Available funding for ADQ preparation and implementation (in % of expected total cost) 0 % 100 % 9 100

10 28 May 2013 Current status Approximately 5 Full Time Equivalents (FTE) needed for ADQ implementation from now and coming years, dealing with: Project management Service Level Agreements (SLA) Awareness Training Architecture and requirements Quality and Safety Management (QMS/SMS) System adaption and verification Safety and Security IAIP Production Expertise …but these 5 FTE need to be distributed on a larger number of individuals, 10+ core and 10+ ad hoc 10

11 28 May 2013 Current status – completed activities Funding – completed Implementation plan – completed Identification of stakeholders/information owners/data originators – completed Initial Awareness – completed Definition of initial web portal for AIP publication requests (NOTAM not included initially) – completed 11

12 28 May 2013 Current status – started activities Assignment of personnel to work in the ADQ Implementation Project Service Level Agreements with stakeholders/information owners/data originators (focus on major actors) – started and ongoing Development of initial web portal for AIP publication requests – started and ongoing Identification of training activities – started and ongoing Survey of possible system solutions 12

13 28 May 2013 Planned future activities 2013 Enterprise Architecture framework definition Current system survey and documentation System requirement specifications Updates of QMS, processes and routines – step 1 Continued awareness activities Initial Training Safety Case LFV will fulfil the ADQ 1 st of July 2013 requirements by 1 st of January 2014 according to current plan. 13

14 28 May 2013 Planned activities 2014 and beyond Procurement of system solutions and /or updates(?) Updates of QMS, processes and routines – step 2 Continued awareness activities Training – step 2 LFV will fulfil the ADQ 1 st of July 2014 requirements by 1 st of July 2015 according to current plan. LFV will fulfil the ADQ 1 st of July 2017 requirements in time according to current plan. 14

15 28 May 2013 Main challenges, so far and upcoming Designation Funding Information ownership SLA level of detail Obstacles Staff involvement in parallel with daily production ADQ maturity in the aviation community. How to ensure that all information triggered by a certain event gets updated. (e.g. VOR goes down (CNS provider), procedures affected (airport) – one event but different information owners, etc…) Dependency on other stakeholders progress (or lack thereof…) Annotation of non-ADQ-compliant information in AIP and database 15

16 28 May 2013 Main challenges, so far and upcoming Separation between regulating authority (who can also be an information owner/data originator) and AIS provider achieved in theory but not 100% in practice. AIS still doing interpretations of regulatory text instead of just publishing what is provided from the regulator. Whos the information owner? Who approves what…? Clean up our system architecture 16

17 28 May 2013 Conclusion If everything goes as planned well be late… 17

18 28 May 2013 Thank you! 18

19 28 May 2013 Back-up slides Information ownership identification 19


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