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  • 1. Concept of OperationsAir routes Sectorisationand CapacityDeveloping the scope of work for ATM Master Plan ImplementationTechnical workshop 12th of July 2012
  • 2. Background• ATM Master Plan is an excellent a start but lacked a strategic policy level concept of operations.• ATM Master Plan recommended a series of short term activities including airspace management and demand and capacity management activities• The Master Plan was subject to review by DGCA and AP/AP2 – facilitated by consultants from IndII and recommended priority activities including;  Development of an Operational Concept Document  Airspace redesign 2
  • 3. Background (continued)• Other issues include;₋ Forecast traffic movements and how these are determined₋ Airspace capacity simulation and modeling and the software used₋ The workload and capacity issues apparent in some parts of the system₋ Changes to technology including communication, navigation and surveillance s (CNS) systems₋ Accommodating our customers requirements for the use of PBN and satellite based routes and procedures. 3
  • 4. What we are doing here today• This is the first part of IMPLEMENTATION of some of the ATM Master Plan recommendations regarding Airspace Management.• Purpose – Develop a scope of work for ATM Master plan implementation. – Review information at an strategic level regarding airspace management planning documentation. – The information should cover air routes, sectorisation and capacity and demand. – Today we will review o Current status o Issues, risks and constraints o Any plans that are in place or underway – This will assist us in developing a scope of works for a new project to o Review and or modify air routes o Revise airspace management and o Provide an overall Concept of Operations to supplement the ATM MP 4
  • 5. Introducing the Team• Peter Atkins• Bruce Robinson• Novaro Martodihardjo• John McCarthyAnd the MOT and IndII team with us today 5
  • 6. Review of Agenda• Presentation by each of the attendees. Three slides to address airspace management status, plans and issues.• Discussion regarding the work required in terms of CONOPS, airspace re-organisation and demand and capacity.• Summary and agreement of action items by consultant(s) 6
  • 7. Outcomes for Today Airspace Management• We need your understanding of;  What is the status of air routes and the associated airspace management including airspace management, airroutes, ATC, and capacity – WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?  What plans do you have in place to address any issues, forecast increase in movements, risks or changes to procedures and technology. WHAT DO YOU THINK WE SHOULD DO ABOUT IT.  Who is responsible for any of those plans and what is the timeframe. WHEN DOES IT NEED TO BE DONE 7
  • 8. Outcomes for Today Concept of Operation• We need your understanding of;  Apart from the ATM Master plan, what other plans are being used for strategic guidance – for example the “blueprint” plans.  What other corporate, strategic or business plans are expected to be provided in the next 12 months.  Who is responsible for any of those plans and what is the timeframe. 8