SP/13
International Civil Aviation Organization
AMHS/SWIM
SEMINAR/WORKSHOP
5-6 MARCH 2012
Presentation covers
• Briefing on Aviation System Block Upgrades –
ASBU;
• AN-Conf/12;
• GANP;
• CNS Roadmaps
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Aviation System Block Upgrades
• Where are we now ?
Block 0
• Where are we going next ?
Block 1
• What are we planning for ?
Block 2
• What are we aiming for ?
Block 3
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ASBU
Performance-based Navigation:
Operational Improvement
•Fewer Runway Excursions
•Less Noise & Emissions
•Fuel Savings
•Lower Pilot workload
•Lower ATC Workload
Performance Monitoring
by PIRGs/States
• Metrics
Positive Business Case
•Minimum investment; using
existing airborne technology
•Rollout (Formulation of
business case by States)
Necessary Procedures
Air & Ground
•Annex 2, 10 & 11 (2008)
•Annex 14 & 15 (2009)
•Annex 4 & 6 (2010)
•Annex 3 (2012)
•Procedures Ops Vol. 1 & 2
(2008+2010+2012)
•Procedures ATM (2010+2012)
•Procedures ABC (2010)
•PBN Manual (2008+2011)
•RNP AR Manual (2009)
•Continuous Descent Operations (2010)
•Continuous Climb Operations (2012)
•Quality Assurance Manual (2010)
•Airspace Design Handbook (2011)
•Rollout (planning& implementation
by PIRGs/States)
Regulatory Approval Plan
Air & Ground
•Ops Approval Handbook (2011)
•PBN Model Regulations (2011)
•Rollout (planning& implementation
by PIRGs/States)
Necessary Technology
Air & Ground
•Annex 10 (2008)
•GNSS Manual (2011)
• Rollout (planning &
implementation by
PIRGs/States)
Global Demonstrations
and/or Trials
•Oceanic – RNP 4; Pacific
•Continental – RNAV 5; S. America
•RNAV 10; Red Carpet Africa
•Challenging Approaches
•Lhasa, Queenstown
• Rollout (planning & implementation
by PIRGs/States)
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ASBUs & Performance Improvements
• ASBUs address 4 key Performance Improvement Areas (PIA):
– Greener Airports;
– Globally Interoperable Systems and Data;
– Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights;
– Efficient Flight Path
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Improvement Areas, Blocks & Modules
Performance
Improvement
Areas
Block 0
Block 1
Block 2
Block 3
(2013)
(2018)
(2023)
(2028 & >)
Greener Airports
Globally
Interoperable
Systems and Data
Optimum
Capacity and
Flexible Flights
Efficient Flight
Plan
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Improvements for Phases of Flight
Example: Block 0
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A Team Effort
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AN-Conf/12
• Montréal, 19-30 November 2012
• •Opportunity to formalize future of
infrastructure & equipage
• •Strategies for longer-term requirements
• •Agreement of first series of block upgrades
• –Encourage more efficient implementation
•Electronic form or Word version: www.icao.int/anconf12/asbu
•Email:
[email protected]
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ASBU development timelines
• •Technical Team (TT) generated Edition 2 released for
further feedback
• –December 2011;
• •Proposed revision of Global Air Navigation Plan
(GANP)
• –Include technical roadmaps for CNS/AIM, based on
ASBUs concept
• –Internal review – May 2012
• –Public consultation – 30 June 2012
• •In all 6 official ICAO languages
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GANP
•Provides consistent
information
for performance
measurement
•Automates &
integrates
Business Plan
processes
The
Global Air
Navigation Plan
is an Implementation
•Produces
Framework
the baseline
that ...
for measurable
•Shares
achievements and
common data
implementation
& processes
of the ICAO ATM
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Operational Concept
What Roadmaps
• CNS/AIM (Future Aviation Systems &
Technology)
– Aeronautical Information Management
– ATM Information Management
– System-Wide Information Management (SWIM)
• Avionics (Part of COM/NAV/SUR
infrastructure)
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CNS Architecture
Today
✓Many CNS Technologies
✓Many standards
✓Regional solutions
✓Regional service variations
Existing Navigation
Systems
Existing Surveillance
Systems
Existing Communications
Systems
LORAN
HF
HFD
VHF
SSB
Radar
GPS
DME
SATCOM
VDL
MLAT
VOR
ILS
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ADS
CNS Elements Transition
Today
• Plethora of
Disjoint CNS
Technologies
• Regional
solutions
• Many standards
• Regional service
variations
Existing Navigation
Systems
Existing Communications
Systems
LORAN
HF
HFD
GPS
DME
ILS
SATCOM
VHF
SSB
Existing Surveillance
Systems
Radar
VDL
MLAT
VOR
Synergistic
Services
Performance Based
Air Navigation System
•Integrated CNS
•Global utility
•Global standard
•Uniform levels of service
Communication
PBANS
Lower Total Cost
to Provide Services
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ADS
Inherent
Redundancy
COMMUNICATIONS ASIA/PAC Regions
(Near – Medium Term)
•
AERONAUTICAL FIXED SERVICE (G/G Communication)
• AFS to meet requirements of AIS (AIM), ATS (ATM), OPMET,
SAR & aircraft operators’ all comm. (ex. AIDC as priority,
Extended Markup Language (XML) over AMHS);
• Started use of Public Internet with special security
arrangement - cost effective medium. MET WAFS Traffic
(WIFS & File Transfer); AIS-AIM Information distribution; To
use for those locations with less traffic and service as backup purpose; conducting trials for AMHS connections and
conformance testing.
(ISSUE: National Policy for using Public Internet should be
reviewed based on development)
• Planning and Implementation of integrated ATS groundground network to include voice communication
requirements and AIDC application.
COMMUNICATIONS
(Near – Medium Term)
• AERONAUTICAL FIXED SERVICE (G/G Communication)
• VoIP for coordination between FIRs being assessed
based on the standards being evaluated by
Aeronautical Communication Panel
• ATN transition expected to be implemented in
three phases:
• Phase 1. Upgrade existing AFTN circuit where
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necessary
Phase 2. Implement regional ATN Backbone BIS (by
2011)
Phase 3. Implement supporting ATN BIS (2013)
Electronic form or Word version:
www.icao.int/anconf12/asbu
•Email:
[email protected]
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