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SmartPath® SLS-4000 GroundBased Augmentation SystemBrian Davis, Vice President Air Traffic Management
Honeywell.com Technology & Safety Across the Entire Ecosystem2 Honeywell Proprietary
Honeywell.com Required Navigation Performance (RNP) • Takes full advantage of aircraft systems capability • Path conformance with high degree of accuracy and repeatability • Monitoring and alerting of navigation performance • Curved flight paths • Lower fuel burn, emissions, & noise Onboard avionics keep aircraft within a tightly specified airspace corridor • Precise missed approach guidance3 Honeywell Proprietary
Honeywell.com What is a SmartPath® GBAS? Honeywell’s SmartPath is the first, and only, FAA-Internationally approved CAT-I GBAS It will provide CAT I/II/III precision approach and landing capability Air Traffic Control Status Remote Satellite Unit (ATSU) Differential GPS (DGPS) Control & • SLS Status Panel installed in Measurement Unit (RSMU) VHF Data Broadcast (VDB) Cabinet Air Traffic Control Tower or• GPS Receiver packaged in an other location • Integrity Monitoring Algorithms VHF Data Broadcast environmentally protective • FAA-certified DO-278 Software enclosure (VDB) Antenna • Maintenance Data Terminal (MDT)• Multi-path Limiting Antenna• Requires site survey and placement against siting/installation criteria4 Honeywell Proprietary
Honeywell.com SmartPath® Certifications • First To Certify: • Bremen Germany; German Type Approval received 30 Nov •1st International Certification of SmartPath • Sydney Australia Q1 2012 • Newark New Jersey Q2 2012 • Malaga Spain Q4 2012 • Brazil Q2 201312 Honeywell Proprietary
Honeywell.com ICAO GANIS Block 0 Upgrades B0-65: OPTIMISATION OF APPROACH 2 PROCEDURES I NCLUDING VERTICAL GUIDANCEFirst implementation of GNSS-based approaches.PBN/GLS procedures enhance the reliability and predictability of approachesIncreasing safety, accessibility and efficiency.Flexibility inherent in PBN approach design can be exploited to increase capacity.13 Honeywell Proprietary
Honeywell.com Summary/Discussion • The GBAS Era is here – Air Navigation Service Providers (e.g. FAA, AsA, DFS, AENA), OEMs, and Airlines recognize the Value Proposition • A single SmartPath at an airport – Provides precision approach to all runway ends – Replaces multiple ILSs – Enables numerous additional air operations • Provides precision approach where an ILS cannot – System siting, operation, and maintenance very efficient • SmartPath received FAA approval – Growth to Cat II/III • Airborne equipage increasing • Global GBAS/GLS realization is accelerating- now is the time to incorporate GBAS into your plans Honeywell can provide a total Performance Based Navigation solution providing value to ANSPs, airlines, and the flying public14 Honeywell Proprietary