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1 Objective INF04 ESSIP Plan 2013 Ana Paula FRANGOLHO DSS/EIPR

2 ESSIP Plan 2013 / Objective INF042 Objective INF04 Explanation What is new or has changed since LSSIP 2012 Link to European ATM Master Plan Most important SLoA(s) Finalisation Criteria ESSIP Report 2012 Conclusions Links and contacts

3 It is the concept of a One Stop Shop meaning that rather than going to different places to get information required for the flight, the pilot will have all information needed for the planning and execution of a flight available at the same place with one single request. Therefore the following improvements are expected: User accessibility during the pre-flight phase to all relevant data (aeronautical, Met, ATFM, FPL) required prior to a flight; Tailored information that is relevant to a particular flight; Reduced amount of time taken to obtain a briefing; Simplified briefings and retrieval of information; Enabling the pilots to obtain a flight briefing that is structured to suit their particular needs; Improved service quality with risks of ambiguities and inconsistencies avoided. ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP Explanation

4 ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP 20124

5 What is new or has changed since LSSIP Year 2012 No changes in the objective ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP 20125

6 Link to European ATM Master Plan OI step - [IS-0201]-Integrated Pre-Flight Briefing - IOC 2007;FOC 2012 Description: The data required during the pre-flight phase are provided and presented in an integrated and flexible manner. The user can access various/information sources such as AIS, ARO, MET and ATFM which provide NOTAM, SNOWTAM, MET messages, FPL and related messages or network management messages. Rationale: This is about integrating all information relevant to a flight (including any Network Management constraints in force, e.g. level capping) into one package Enabler- [AIMS-07] – Generation of pre-flight briefing information Description: Pre-Flight Information briefing including AIS and NOTAM is provided to airspace users. ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP 20126

7 Most important SLoA(s) Only one SLoA with FOC 12/2012: INF04-ASP01 – Implement and provide integrated briefing function The data required during the pre-flight phase is provided and presented into one package in a flexible manner. This is about integrating all information relevant to a flight (AIS, Flight Plan, MET and ATFM) into one single output that can be tailored to the user-s needs. Note : Level 5 defines a single report to be provided by systems. At this level full integration is achieved and a single front-end application is used to access the briefing services. However these may have separate background applications hidden from the user. Level five allows the various briefing products (MET, AIS etc.) to be combined into a single output which may be tailored as requested by the pilot. ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP 20127

8 Finalisation Criteria Finalisation criteria: Integrated briefing function has been implemented with the following conditions accomplished: 1 - Facilities and services with one final application at one terminal; 2 - One single entry of flight details; 3 - All briefing products combined into a single package that may be tailored by request of the user. Note on the Applicable area : The level of integrated briefing deployment to be done in accordance with local needs and existing set up of briefing facilities Optional for military services. ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP 20128

9 ESSIP Report 2012 Implementation of the integrated briefing is only partly achieved. The progress is very slow. Twenty three (23) States have declared the objective completed, fourteen (14) are late, three (3) dont have plans and for two others is not applicable (IE and MAS). ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP 20129

10 Conclusions The objective was overdue – initial completion was 2007, last cycle changed to The objective can be declared Completed only if the finalisation criteria is achieved It is anticipated that implementation progress of INF 04 will remain very slow due to lack of buy in and due to difficulties in achieving agreements amongst different organizations and institutions involved in the provision of data/information; In most States AIS/ARO, MET and ATFM functions are provided by independent entities. Therefore operational and technical integration is difficult to achieve; The EAD service is evolving in terms of functionality and will provide integrated briefing if there is an agreement of the State with a MET provider. In this case the achievement of INF 04 can be facilitated. ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP

11 Links and contacts Objective Coordinator: FRANGOLHO A. P., DNM Objective Expert(s):Matern P., ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP


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