Presentation on theme: "Objective FCM01 ESSIP Plan 2013 Octavian CIOARA DSS/EIPR 13.09.2013."— Presentation transcript:
Objective FCM01 ESSIP Plan 2013 Octavian CIOARA DSS/EIPR
ESSIP Plan 2013 / Objective FCM012 Objective FCM01 Comprehensive Explanation What is new or has changed since LSSIP 2012 Link to European ATM Master Plan Most important SLoA(s) Finalisation Criteria and Closed Questions ESSIP Report 2012 Objective Coordinators Analysis, recommendations, tips & tricks Conclusions Links and contacts
Comprehensive Explanation ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP This Pan-European objective aims at enhancing tactical flow management services through the introduction of real-time aircraft position and meteorological data to optimise Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management (ATFCM). Area of applicability: All ECAC States Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 08/2001 Full Operational Capability (FOC): 12/2006
What is new or has changed since LSSIP 2012 ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP Due to its relationship with the EUR ATM MP, the type of the objective has changed from ECIP to SESAR
Link to European ATM Master Plan ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP OI Step [IS-0102] – Improved Management of Flight Plan after Departure
Most important SLoA(s) ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP ASP01 Supply ETFMS with Basic Correlated Position Data ASP02 Supply ETFMS with Standard Correlated Position Data ASP03 Receive and process ATFM data from the CFMU ASP04 Inform CFMU of flight activations and estimates for ATFM purposes Each SLoA should be fulfilled in accordance with the relevant provisions of the CFMU Flight Progress Messages document
Finalisation Criteria and Closed Questions ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP Reception by CFMU of CPRs (in ASTERIX Category 062 format) ATFM messages received from the CFMU are: automatically correlated to the ATC Flight Plan data presented to the Air Traffic Controllers Reception by CFMU of the FSA messages No closed questions available
ESSIP Report 2012 ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP Objective late, but with a good level of implementation of the priority SLoAs. The States yet to implement the priority SLoAs of this objective have shown a sound commitment to do so. However, the likelihood of implementing all SLoAs still remains very low. The main reason for delaying the implementation is of a technical nature and lack of operational justification. Implementation is mostly linked to the deployment of new systems or to major upgrades of existing ones, therefore the stand alone implementation of the objective was not considered beneficial. Sometimes the objective is perceived as not being operationally justified at local level. However the implementation decisions shall also take into account the network benefits.
Objective Coordinators Analysis, recommendations, tips & tricks ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP Implement the most important SLoA(s) ASP01 ASP02 ASP03 ASP04 When reporting, be more specific on what has been completed and the prospects for the rest of the SLoAs. Ensure that there is an effective link with the NMD and the information on the implementation originates from a ODSG member.
Conclusions ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP The implementation of this objective has a positive impact on: The reduction of wasted capacity; The reduction of delays The reduction of unexpected overload situations Note that the delivery to the NM of Correlated Position Reports containing the SSR transponder code assignments for GAT/IFR is an obligation on the Air Navigation Service Providers, under the NM IR (Commission Regulation (EU) No 677/2011)
Links and contacts ESSIP Plan 2013 / Overview LSSIP Objective Coordinator: Octavian Cioara NMD Objective Expert: J. Koolen