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1 Aerospace Division Anastasia Project Airborne Communication and Navigation Satellite Technologies And Techniques in a System Integrated Approach Presentation to NexSat Steering Group Alan Schuster Bruce, Thales Avionics UK 8 June 2004

2 2 Presentation to NexSat Steering Group on Anastasia 8 June 2004 Aerospace Division Contents What is Anastasia Scope Workpackages Schedule Partners Main Technical Issues Inputs from NexSat Steering Group to Anastasia Outputs from Anastasia to NexSat Steering Group What Anastasia Is Not Questions

3 3 Presentation to NexSat Steering Group on Anastasia 8 June 2004 Aerospace Division What Is Anastasia A Proposal Submitted in March 2004 for an EC 6th Framework Integrated Project to Investigate, Prototype and Demonstrate Advanced Satellite Technologies for Navigation and Communications for Civil Aircraft. Status - bid is being evaluated 4 year project. Expected to start in Jan This presentation just covers communication aspects

4 4 Presentation to NexSat Steering Group on Anastasia 8 June 2004 Aerospace Division Scope of Communication Aspects ….work will concentrate on the design and implementation of a prototype, affordable aeronautical satcom system that will meet the evolving European ATM requirements. (Objective 1) Evolving European ATM requirements primarily means NexSat Affordable means based on existing or planned space segment (eg Inmarsat BGAN). It is assumed that civil aviation can not afford its own satellite system. There is also a smaller amount of work on more long term avionic research including multi frequency antennas. ( Objective 2).

5 5 Presentation to NexSat Steering Group on Anastasia 8 June 2004 Aerospace Division Workpackages of Complete Project WP 1 Management and coordination Thales Avionics Toulouse * WP 2 Needs and aircraft requirements Airbus WP 3 Navigation Space Based Technologies Thales Avionics Valence * WP 4 Communication Space Based Technologies Thales Avionics UK * WP 5 Operational characterisation and evaluation DLR * WP 6DisseminationDassault * Workpackages relevant to NexSat

6 6 Presentation to NexSat Steering Group on Anastasia 8 June 2004 Aerospace Division WP4 Work Breakdown Structure WP4.4.1 Aircraft Terminal Development WP4.4.4 Analysis WP4.4.2 Ground Infrastructure Upgrade WP4.4.3 End-to-End System Integration WP4.3.4 Avionics Research Longer Term WP4.3.3 Ground Infrastructure Design WP4.3.2 Aircraft Terminal Design WP4.3.1 Aircraft Terminal Technology Assessment WP4.2.4 Conclusions & Reccs WP4.2.2 Critically Appraise Architectures WP4.2.3 Commercial Analysis WP4.2.1 Define candidate Architectures WP4.1.1 Existing and Planned Systems WP4.1.2 Satellite Payload WP4.2 System Design WP4.1 Requirement & Technologies WP4 Communication Space Based technologies WP4.3 Aircraft Terminal & Grnd Infrastructure Design WP4.4 End-to-End System Developmt & Upgrade

7 7 Presentation to NexSat Steering Group on Anastasia 8 June 2004 Aerospace Division WP4 Schedule

8 8 Presentation to NexSat Steering Group on Anastasia 8 June 2004 Aerospace Division Partners Core Team Thales-Avionics, Airbus, Dassault-Aviation, DLR Partners in communication Work Package(WP4): Airframers: Airbus France, Airbus Deutschland, Satellite operator: Inmarsat Research centres: DLR, NLR, Universities: Surrey Univ SME: TGS, Gatehouse, Industrials: Astrium, Thales Avionics UK, EADS CCR

9 9 Presentation to NexSat Steering Group on Anastasia 8 June 2004 Aerospace Division Main Technical Issues Smallest aircraft for easy install Is party line needed? Call set up times (voice and data) Repair times and consequent level of redundancy Voice and data bandwidths and quality of service TCPIP vs ATN

10 10 Presentation to NexSat Steering Group on Anastasia 8 June 2004 Aerospace Division Inputs Needed From NexSat Steering Group to Anastasia Top level requirements to feed into WP2 (Needs and Aircraft Requirements) by year end WP2 is led by Airbus Discussions between NexSat steering group and WP2 are foreseen Support for presenting the Anastasia architecture to ICAO etc

11 11 Presentation to NexSat Steering Group on Anastasia 8 June 2004 Aerospace Division Outputs from Anastasia to NexSat Steering Group Technical material A demonstration of a next generation satcom system that meets NexSat requirements A route to an implementation of NexSat

12 12 Presentation to NexSat Steering Group on Anastasia 8 June 2004 Aerospace Division What Anastasia Is Not It is not looking at the ground and air data applications/end systems. It is not developing certifiable avionics

13 13 Presentation to NexSat Steering Group on Anastasia 8 June 2004 Aerospace Division Questions Any questions? Further information from


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