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  • 1. European ATM Master Plan Update 2012 Launch Event
  • 2. Mas ter P lan Update C ampaign approac h and s tatusHenk J. HofWPC Leader
  • 3. T he Mas ter P lanK ey Ques tions >>K ey A ns wers  What are the Performance Needs?  What are the most effective operational changes to meet these Performance Needs?  What needs to be deployed by each Stakeholder Group to enable the necessary operational changes?  When and what should be delivered by R&D?  How to ensure that all the Stakeholders deploy in a consistent, coordinated and synchronised way?  What are the Risks and Opportunities and how to mitigate them?
  • 4. E uropean A T M Mas ter P lan S c ope: 3 c ons is tent linked levels MP Level 1: Executive View (The official European ATM Master Plan) DOC OIsStart Enablershere Deployment Scenarios Level 2: Planning View Deployment Packages www.atmmasterplan.eu Detailed Level 3: Deployment Views Deployment Programme 4
  • 5. E uropean A T M Mas ter P lanS c ope: 3 c onnec ted layers MP DOC OIs Enablers Deployment Scenarios Deployment Packages www.atmmasterplan.eu Detailed 5Deployment Programme
  • 6. E uropean A T M Mas ter P lanS c ope Time: •Up to 2030 •STATFOR Long Term Forecast •SESAR Strategic Targets MP DOC OIs Enablers Deployment Scenarios Deployment Packages www.atmmasterplan.eu Detailed 6Deployment Programme
  • 7. E uropean A T M Mas ter P lanS c ope Time: Geographical •Up to 2030 relevance: •STATFOR Long Term Forecast •ECAC wide •SESAR •Global Strategic Targets MP DOC OIs Enablers Deployment Scenarios Deployment Packages www.atmmasterplan.eu Detailed 7Deployment Programme
  • 8. E uropean A T M Mas ter P lan S c ope Time: Geographical •Up to 2030 relevance: •STATFOR Long Term Forecast •ECAC wide •SESAR •Global Strategic Targets M Content: P D O C OIs Enablers •SESARDeployment Scenarios Deployment Packages www.atmmast erplan.eu DetailedDeployment Programme •+ Baseline •+ Deployment baseline (former IP1) 8
  • 9. E uropean A T M Mas ter P lan S c ope Time: Geographical •Up to 2030 relevance: •STATFOR Long Term Forecast •ECAC wide •SESAR •Global Strategic Targets M Content: P Level of detail: D O C OIs Enablers •SESARDeployment Scenarios Deployment Packages www.atmmast erplan.eu DetailedDeployment Programme •+Baseline •Depending on •+Deployment the MP level baseline (former IP1)
  • 10. T he c hallenge  Include Performance based Deployment view o Improve connection with SESAR Work Programme o Per Stakeholder Category o Focus on synchronisation of deployments  Rationalise and simplify Master Plan Information  Update information with Programme results  Include approach for facilitating timely and synchronised deployment o Financial incentives o Regulation  Update Risk Management Plan
  • 11. T he approac h Today •Scope, Plan and Organise Master Plan Campaign1.Preparations• Update Master Planinformation (programme wide)• Prepare Performance& Deployment View• Study on Financial Incentives• Prepare for Standardisationand Regulatory Roadmap• Outline Master Plandocument
  • 12. T he approac h Today March ‘121.Preparations 2.Campaign•Integrate Master Plan Information (Level 2)•Validate Level 2: •Consistency •Completeness •Credibility•ECAC wide consultation•Update Risk Management Plan•Update Level 3 •short/medium term deployment•Produce Master Plan Document •clear and understandable
  • 13. T he approac h Today March ‘12 Summer ‘121.Preparations 2.Campaign 3.Endorsement •WPC delivers to SJU. •SJU Executive Director presents to Admin Board •EUROCONTROL Agency consults AAB •Commission consults Single Sky Committee
  • 14. Mas ter P lanning G roup (MP G ) WP C + working arrangement•WPC operates as one integrated project•Main partners/institutions involved in MPG •Member •Observer•MPG is a group of experts•Main tasks: •Coordinate (work) •Validate (contents) •Review (Master Plan Document)
  • 15. E C A C Wide E xpert c ons ultation Tool? Who? Europea AAB nominated n ATM experts at Master managerial level Plan Portal (updated When? ) •Event 1: 19th December •Presentation of Level 2 •Process for feedback •Event 2: 26 January •Consolidated response on feedback
  • 16. T he c urrent Mas ter P lan P ortal www.atmMas terP lan.eu
  • 17. T he Mas ter P lan P ortal The Central Repository for the European ATM Master Plan DataRoadmapsOperational Improvement Steps & EnablersDeployment Packages & Deployment Scenarios & more …All Data is linked in different Views,Data can be searched, filtered, expanded, …Mechanism for feedback, comments & requests included
  • 18. QUESTIONS / Feedback? Feedback Form orATMMasterPlan2012@eurocontrol.int
  • 19. European ATM Master Plan Update 2012 Launch Event
  • 20. E uropean A T M Mas ter P lan Update 2012 L aunc h E vent P eter S imons s on NA T S T he P erformanc e V iew
  • 21. A P erformanc e B as ed A pproac h SES and SESAR driven by the political goals and vision set out by European Commission 2005 for the design of the future European ATM System Environmental Capacity Impact x3 -10% SESAR high level “political” targets 2020 Operational Unit Cost ATM Safety /2 x10 “2020 Targets: 3x increase in capacity, 10x improvement in safety, 10% reduction of environmental impact per flight and 50% reduction in ATM costs.” Source: SJU Annual Report 2007-2008
  • 22. A P erformanc e B as ed A pproac h “Strategic Targets” set out in ATM Master Plan – Ed 1, 31 March 2009 33 Strategic Targets across 7 Key Performance Areas Comprehensive … but also complex Difficult to use and apply And now, by 2011, outdated by traffic events … major divergence from 2005 forecast Key Lesson: Less is more Keep It Simple … 4
  • 23. P erformanc e B as ed A pproac h Example : Target values out of date … 2020 Forecasts +73% (2004) +40% (2010) 6
  • 24. P rinc iples – What does ‘good’ look like Clear Terminology – Performance Needs vs. Validation Targets Clear KPI definition – “simple” and “strategic” KPIs A limited number of high-level Performance Needs through to 2030 A layered approach to reflect different operational characteristics across the European network Stretching “needs” that build on a credible analysis of the ‘art of the possible’ Particular attention to expected contributions from SESAR R&D = Performance Based Approach to long term European ATM planning
  • 25. T he P erformanc e F ramework – K P A s & K P Is The Baseline SESAR Performance Framework o 11 Key Performance Areas (KPAs) – from ICAO o SESAR Development Programme has identified 7 “priority” KPAs
  • 26. P erformanc e Needs provide the guidinglight 9
  • 27. P erformanc e Needs - R OE
  • 28. QUESTIONS / Feedback? Feedback Form orATMMasterPlan2012@eurocontrol.int
  • 29. E uropean A T M Mas ter P lan Update 2012 L aunc h E vent Walter Dollman, IA T A T he Deployment V iew
  • 30. Deployment P lanningWHAT needs to change in an OperatingEnvironment to achieve Performancebenefits? WHO needs to deploy what synchronised with whom to realise the change?.
  • 31. What needs to be deployed? Conflict management & support tool Complexity management EN-ROUTE Airborne Spacing and Separation Enhanced Route Structures Air Safety Nets Improved Vertical Profile Traffic Synchronisation Enhanced Runway Throughput Weather Resilience TMA Integrated Surface managementAirport SafetyRemote tower with AFISiCWP Airport AIRPORT
  • 32. S ync hronis ation“4D TrajectoryManagement”associated OFAs Network Manager Air Navigation Service Provider Airspace User Airport Operator
  • 33. Deployment P ac kages R efined Selected ROEs: Characteristics & Validation activities Also with NM & AUs / Avionics / Airframe providers 5
  • 34. NetworkEn-Route S W I M TMA Network Opera tions Planning Airport System Interoperability with a/g data sharing Business and Mission Trajectory Dynamic sectorisation & constraint mngmnt Sector Team Operations Point Merge in complex TMA Free Routing App procedures with vertical guidance Dynamic Vortex Separation Cruise climb AMAN & extended AMAN horizon Optimised RNP structure Integrated AMAN DMAN DMAN multiple airports Time based separations Enhanced STCA ASPA S&MUD PP i4D+CTA ToC ToD CDA iCWP AirportRemote Tower Brake to VacateLVPs using GBAS Pilot enhanced vision CTA Trajectory Management Framework Complexity Assessment and Resolution Surface PlanningAirport Safety Nets Conflict Detection Resolution and Monitoring & RoutingEnhanced situation Guidance assistance to awareness Enhanced decision support tools and Performance Based Navigation a/c & vehiclesDynamic Vortex Surface Mngmnt integrated with AMAN/DMAN Separation S tep 1 preview
  • 35. P ropos ed DSA pproac h Airport Safety Enhanced situational awareness 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Performance info TBD 2021 2022 Ground safety nets Enhanced Runway Brake to Vacate Throughput Dynamic Vortex Separation Guidance assistance to aircraft and vehicles Weather Resilience LVPs using GBAS Improved Vertical CDA Profiles Integrated Surface Guidance assistance to aircraft and Management vehicles Integrated AMAN DMAN Pilot enhanced vision Surface management Integrated with Arrival & Departure Management Surface Planning and Routing Traffic Synchronisation DMAN Multiple Airports i4D + CTA Integrated AMAN DMAN Network Operations Planning Demand and Capacity UDPP Balancing En-Route 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 P erformanc e Needs Methodology – Airports – Capacity needs 2010-2030 Peak Capacity Needs (2%) for constrained airports including SESAR improvements 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 LIN KA INO P AM T EL T E SZ ALL ED ST N 2 T A ER . HW EN F W K AIN ER AL PR RIS SA VA H TL IN LY E A FIU DA A U A /G CIE ES EA JAS A A EN LL R PE IC -A RO IC N TA LO W A RC N R H G ER BL D ST SC MO T Y-B DO N ES I-IN IC N AM H E R AN ZY AU N LO RID T M TO TW O AP ST BA EC R BO ES ER KE AR IO PE A O N M LA O LM TH U -B N SIN ZU L C R U N G D /G AT D A H /O EN EN EG SE R AL AN LD R ST DO BA R C U C E U KI- D N R /S A EN S M D E KF PA M U N /H E AH S -E EF N M O H PE OM O A FE DU EL E M N BR AG AN PA DO SC RA L O C D N O D AD O N IE EL SS R IS KH O H FR IH A N H KA AR IL O W N SL N M LM R H LO IP R U M C H AN PA W H O O SC O CDeployment 2010 Baseline 2016 Constrained capacity needs with SESAR 2020 Constrained capacity needs with SESAR 2025 Constrained capacity needs with SESAR 2030 Constrained capacity needs with SESAR P ac kages 5 R &D
  • 36. F inanc ial Inc entivesFinancial incentives alongwith other tools can facilitatetimely, synchronised deployment Study focusing on workable solutions for airborne and ground actors
  • 37. QUESTIONS / Feedback? Feedback Form orATMMasterPlan2012@eurocontrol.int
  • 38. E uropean A T M Mas ter P lan Update 2012 L aunc h E ventL ars G V L indberg A V T E C H Objec tives of B us ines s V iew
  • 39. T he B us ines s V iew Business Case of the ATM Master Plan present the strategy to key decision makersThe SESAR Master Plan is coordinating the ATM future of Europe Business Case Development to Support the ATM Master Plan DeploymentThe total investment for the implementation of the 2020 ATM System covering all stakeholder groups amounts to approx. €30Bn. Business Case per Stakeholder Group & per Geographical Scope Scenarios for Step 1“No private firm will bid to build and operate a project that will probably fail to cover its costs…” The Economist, April 28, 2011 SESAR Business Case assess Scenarios for Step 1 taking account of Performance Needs“ SESAR will never be business as usual” Patrick Ky, Executive Director of the SESAR Joint Undertaking Business Case Approach - Foster Important Working Relationships with Key StakeholdersTechnological Maturity & Government & Funding of the Projects are Fully Interdependent! Stakeholders View & Issues…”Timely and synchronised implementation …. deliver the projected Quality of Service and unit cost reductions” ATM Master Plan
  • 40. S takeholders V iew & Is s ues Deployment & S ync hronization A c ros s S takeholder G roups Deployment S c enarios Driver The benefits of an implementation of SESAR is IOC date of the first system extremely sensitive to the time span and FOC date of the latest OI enabler in the synchronization of implementation Step in the StartOSPYear OSP End YearIOC = InitialOperationalCapability Implementation PeriodFOC = FullOperationalCapabilityNote: If the ANSP InvestmentsIOC date of thefirst systemenablercontained inthe OperationalSub Packagecomes before2013, it has Airline Investmentsbeen assumedthat the StartYear would beby default2013. 1/3 duration 1/3 duration 1/3 duration16.06.06 - D12 - 01_02 - CBA Step 1 - Based on Definition Phase Figures “Air Traffic Management investments are a priority where they can show improved safety, efficiency and reduced emissions.” Source: EIB prepares the review of its lending policy in support of a sustainable transport sector, March 2010
  • 41. B us ines s V iew of the A T M Mas ter P lan pres ent the s trategy to key dec is ion makersWHAT needs to change in an OperatingEnvironment to achieve Performance benefits? Deployment Plan needs to be established at Pan-European, Regional and National level supported by Business Cases Business Case approach is determining costs & benefits, and prioritising the elements of the deployment by contributing actively to the ATM Master Plan WHO needs to deploy what synchronised with whom to realise the change?.
  • 42. B us ines s C as e Development to S upport Deployment SESAR Definition Phase shows: Investments per stakeholders estimated to be 30 EUR billionQ1 2011 High economical risks and opportunities are linked with the implementation of the ATM Master Plan Business Case development of the different investments to support Master Plan Deployment, WHO is supposed to implement WHAT, WHERE, WHEN and WHY is ongoing….2011/2012 SESAR Business Case will stabilize the scope of Step 1 in 3 iterations:  Preliminary (update from the Definition Phase 2011)  Intermediate (2012)  Final2012 SESAR Business Case will support Structural update of the ATM Master Plan Page 5
  • 43. S c enarios for S tep 1 - B us ines s View per S takeholder G roup & per G eographic al S c ope The ATM Master Plan remains a high level globalDeployment packaging is the framework against which to develop specific plans:envelope to support per stakeholder group & per geographical scopeInvestment DecisionsBusiness cases will be built By Stakeholder AIRPORT AIRCRAFTfor each Deployment TMA ANSP EN-ROUTE AU NETWORKScenario and Stakeholder AO AIP NM RANMGroup RSM Within Operational ENABLERS Environment(s) Systems & Procedures Contained by Operational Packages Operational sub-Packages Package(s) Operational Focus Areas Operational Focus Areas sub-Packages Dependency: same performance benefit Synchronization e.g. Air/Ground Page 6
  • 44. B us ines s C as es A s s es s S c enarios for S tep 1 taking ac c ount of V alidation T argetsNetworkNetwork « We need effective governance & innovativeEn-RouteEn-Route S W II M S W M TMA TMA Network Opera tions Planning Network Opera tions Planning Airport Airport System Interoperability with a/g data sharing System Interoperability with a/g data sharing funds for the deployment of SES Business and Mission Trajectory Business and Mission Trajectory technologies. This is a priority for the next Dynamic sectorisation & constraint mngmnt Dynamic sectorisation & constraint mngmnt Sector Team Operations Sector Team Operations Point Merge in complex TMA Point Merge in complex TMA Free Routing App procedures with vertical guidance App procedures with vertical guidance Free Routing Dynamic Vortex Separation Dynamic Vortex Separation Optimised RNP structure Optimised RNP structure Cruise climb Cruise climb AMAN & extended AMAN horizon AMAN & extended AMAN horizon Integrated AMAN DMAN Integrated AMAN DMAN Financial Perspectives. » DMAN multiple airports DMAN multiple airports Time based separations Time based separationsUD PP Enhanced STCA Enhanced STCA ASPA S&M ASPA S&M Siim Kallas, European Commission Vice-President responsible forUD PP i4D+CTA i4D+CTA ToC ToD CDA CDA iCWP Airport iCWP AirportRemote TowerRemote Tower Brake to Vacate Brake to VacateLVPs using GBASLVPs using GBAS Pilot enhanced vision Pilot enhanced vision Transport CTA Trajectory Management Framework Trajectory Management Framework Complexity Assessment and Resolution Complexity Assessment and Resolution Surface Planning Surface PlanningAirport Safety Nets Conflict Detection Resolution and Monitoring & Routing & RoutingAirport Safety Nets Conflict Detection Resolution and MonitoringEnhanced situation Guidance assistance to Guidance assistance toEnhanced situation Enhanced decision support tools and Performance Based Navigation Enhanced decision support tools and Performance Based Navigation a/c & vehicles a/c & vehicles awareness awarenessDynamic Vortex Surface Mngmnt integrated Surface Mngmnt integratedDynamic Vortex with AMAN/DMAN with AMAN/DMAN Separation Separation Step 1 preview Business Cases of the ATM Master Plan TO ENSURE REQUIRED COORDINATED ACTIONS FOR INVESTMENT ALIGNMENT of SESAR Step 1,2,3 ..DEPLOYMENT SESAR DEVELOPMENT
  • 45. B us ines s C as e A pproac h - F os ter Important W orking R elations hips with K ey S takeholdersBusiness Case & CBA Business Case & CBA For each stakeholder groupsupport ATM Master Plan Determining benefits prioritising the elements forby providing the and prioritising the investments andvalue of the opportunities elements of deployment ATM optimal implementation by Master Plan evaluating synchronisation of activities – Business Case Updated Master Plan Document 5 Scenario Develop standardisation Strategic Financial and Deployment Plan Incentives regulatory roadmap 4Performance Business Needs Targets Case Update 1 Master Plan Information Strategic Performance Plan 3 (OIs, Enablers) Opportunity for Deployment Packages 2 Re-alignment Deployment Scenarios of investments
  • 46. S omething for the Way F orward…« The inefficiency of the current system is a EUR 5 billion burden on Europe’s economyand wastes 16 million tonnes of CO2 in delays and indirect routings….SESAR needs to deliver results on the industrys top priorities - safety, environmentalresponsibility and financial sustainability.It must also be completed on time and in-line with customer needs ».International Air Transport Association (IATA)« Investment should be affordable to the stakeholders’Risk is in not balanced distribution of benefits and costs between stakeholder groups andneed to be addressed by Financial Incentives to enable deployment synchronisation» PaulaLEAL DE MATOS 16.6.6« The main challenge for the ATM Master Plan is to define an evolutionary path,in which performance closely matches the targets, optimises the benefits andsecures the financial viability of its deployment». European ATM Master Plan, March 2009
  • 47. QUESTIONS / Feedback? Feedback Form orATMMasterPlan2012@eurocontrol.int
  • 48. T imely and s ync hronis ed deployment A bucket of ideas? It’s not rocket science – or is it? Applying best practice More than SESAR Collecting the standardisation and regulatory needs Development processes
  • 49. Implementing the Mas ter P lan – A buc ket of ideas ? Who wants what? o European Commission – Regional o ICAO - Global o Industry – Commercial Conflicting elements o Frameworks and Processes o Political imperatives o Commercial drivers
  • 50. It’s not roc ket s c ienc e – or is it? At the core - we need standardisation and regulatory roadmaps And not just another set of ‘roadmaps’ o Validated content o Linked to the plans o Take account of interdependencies o Properly sequenced o Widely consulted o Credible
  • 51. S elec ting S tandardis ation and R egulatory Needs - A pplying bes t prac tic e What is the problem? What are the overarching objectives? What are the options available to address the problem? o Do nothing o Non-regulatory o Regulatory Who should develop what? What do the experts and stakeholders think? Do the decision-makers agree? Monitor the plan!
  • 52. More than S E S A R European ATM Master Plan Cannot ignore o global context, and o the wider European one What do we need? o Standardisation and regulatory roadmaps, consistent with the global context
  • 53. C ollec tion of S tandardis ation and R egulatory Needs C.0316.06.0x B.01 C.02 TAs Consolidated Roadmap Deployment Planning B.04.02 B.04.03 Ops Roadmap Systems Roadmap Federating Projects Primary Projects
  • 54. S tandardis ation and R egulatory C .03 P roc es s es Standardisation Need Standardisation Case StandardisationStandardisation Roadmap Baseline Regulatory Regulatory Baseline Roadmap Early Regulatory Impact Assessment Regulatory Need
  • 55. QUESTIONS?
  • 56. LAUNCH EVENTEUROPEAN ATMMASTER PLAN UPDATEGROUND MANUFACTURING INDUSTRYPERSPECTIVE AND LINK TO PRODUCTINDUSTRIALIZATIONPrepared withRamon TarrechBrussels, 5 October 2011
  • 57. MOVING FROM MASTER PLAN TO DELIVER BENEFITS TO THE AIRSPACE USERS AND SERVICE PROVIDERSMASTER PLAN GROUND ATM MSUNUFACTURING INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE V0 V1 V2 V3 ATM needs Scope Feasibility Pre-industrial development ATM MASTER PLAN LAUNCH EVENT- 5 OCTOBER 2011 AND LINK TO PRODUCT INDUSTRIALIZATION V4 V5 Industrialisation Deployment V6 Decoupled & synchronized Operations Deployment plan V4 V5 Industrialisation Implementation and Deployment Existing and planned equipment & systems of ANSPs/Airports 2 Suppliers product roadmap
  • 58. DEVELOMENT PHASE AND CURRENT LINK TOPRODUCT DEVELOPMENT V1 V2 V3 Scope Feasibility Pre-industrial development GROUND ATM MSUNUFACTURING INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE ANSPs, airports and manufacturing industry partnership ATM MASTER PLAN LAUNCH EVENT- 5 OCTOBER 2011  European ground ATM systems architecture target  Operational requirements and validation by service providers AND LINK TO PRODUCT INDUSTRIALIZATION  Industrial Based Platforms where pre-industrial prototypes are tested Planning the evolution of current (and under implementation) products such iTEC/ COFLIGHT/COOPANS and legacy systems into deployment phase Existing and planned equipment & systems of ANSPs/Airports Suppliers product roadmap
  • 59. ENTRY GATE INTO PRODUCT “INDUSTRIALIZATION” V3 Process OUTCOMES V3 Operational Concept Validated GROUND ATM MSUNUFACTURING INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE Pre-industrial development High Level Technical Documentation Pre-Industrial Prototypes ATM MASTER PLAN LAUNCH EVENT- 5 OCTOBER 2011 Standardization requirements Regulatory requirements AND LINK TO PRODUCT INDUSTRIALIZATION V4 Industrialisation DEPLOYMENT targets/packages/PLANNING Service Providers Planning and Partnering with Manufacturing Industry 4
  • 60. INDUSTRIALIZATION & IMPLEMENTATION WILLCONTINUE TO REQUIRE CLOSE COLLABORATIONBETWEEN INSTITUTIONS AND INDUSTRY EUROPEAN ATM V6 MASTER V4/V5 GROUND ATM MSUNUFACTURING INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE PLAN Industrialisation and Implementation Operations ATM MASTER PLAN LAUNCH EVENT- 5 OCTOBER 2011 ATM Standards Standardization AND LINK TO PRODUCT INDUSTRIALIZATION IRs & CSs SES Regulation Specific Deployment Detailed Deployment Planning RequirementsGround Manufacturing Industry is committed to the success ofSESAR and to the collaborative effort of the master plan update 5
  • 61. I-4D  AN EXAMPLE OF WAY AHEADAir Segment Ground Segment I-4D validation exercises by MUAC and NORACON with Airbus, Indra and Thales GROUND ATM MSUNUFACTURING INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE ATM MASTER PLAN LAUNCH EVENT- 5 OCTOBER 2011 Pilot Controller AND LINK TO PRODUCT INDUSTRIALIZATIONAircraft ATC SystemsSystems Ability of the system to share and synchronise airborne and ground trajectories. Ability of the system to fly according to time constraints in order to optimise 6 sequence as defined by ATC.
  • 62. October 5th, 2011 I-4D  GROUND SYSTEMS EVOLUTION 4D Trajectory Ground System #1 GROUND ATM MSUNUFACTURING INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE ETA min/max Req. DATALINK FDPSAirborne System • Uplink new CPDLC messages • Process FMS 4D trajectory ATM MASTER PLAN LAUNCH EVENT- 5 OCTOBER 2011 • Uplink via ADS-C ETA min/max • Manage 4D Trajectory Request CPDLC • Manage CPDLC messages • Reception of downlink of a/c AND LINK TO PRODUCT INDUSTRIALIZATION Trajectory •Support uplink of Time Constraint •Support uplink of FDP TrajectoryGround System #n i4D + IOP Integration CWP FOS •Flight object server • Display alert in case of trajectory Step-C inconsistencies CWP AMAN 2013 • Display time constrains. • Display ground and airborne trajectory AMAN DATALINKPage 7
  • 63. I-4D  INDUSTRIALIZATION SCOPE Update of roadmaps (En-Route and Approach Domain), for main sub-systems/products GROUND ATM MSUNUFACTURING INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE Product/sub-system development or system ATM MASTER PLAN LAUNCH EVENT- 5 OCTOBER 2011 upgrade: Full industrial development cycle AND LINK TO PRODUCT INDUSTRIALIZATION Adapt to Platform/Environment Deployment Specific requirements System integration for en-route and TMA systems Network integration of ground and airborne systems 8
  • 64. I-4D  V4  V5  V6 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Release 1 Release 2 Release 3 GROUND ATM MSUNUFACTURING INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE Campaign A Campaign B Campaign C ATM MASTER PLAN LAUNCH EVENT- 5 OCTOBER 2011 DATA LINK, FDPS, CWP, AMAN , CONFORMANCE … I-4D Retrofit- Ready AND LINK TO PRODUCT INDUSTRIALIZATION DATA LINK Evolution of FDPS Legacy systems CWP AMAN CONFORMANCE Forward-fit Ready (incl. I-4D) New Systems Ground Manufacturing Industry is committed to updating industrial roadmap and to SESAR deployment 9
  • 65. www.indra.es Madrid España T +34 91 627 20 93 F +34 91 627 10 15 SESAR Programme Carretera de Loeches, 9 28850 Torrejón de Ardoz, ATM MASTER PLAN LAUNCH EVENT- 5 OCTOBER 201110 GROUND ATM MSUNUFACTURING INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE AND LINK TO PRODUCT INDUSTRIALIZATION
  • 66. Product Industrialisation: airborne industry perspective October 5th, 2011 Product industrialisation The airborne industry perspective European ATM Master Plan UpdatePierre BACHELIER Launch EventHead of ATM Programme Brussels, October 5th, 2011AIRBUS SAS
  • 67. Product Industrialisation: airborne industry perspective October 5th, 2011 SESAR V3 OBJECTIVES Air Segment Ground Segment Operational concepts with associated standards and regulatory frameworks Expected performance including safety and business cases requirements Pilot Controller Operability and acceptability buy- in of the new intended function/service Technical & industrial feasibility Aircraft ATC Systems and air-ground interoperability Systems In order to get ready for the industrial development decision makingPage 2
  • 68. Product Industrialisation: airborne industry perspective October 5th, 2011Reminder: what is Initial 4D as seen from the aircraft? • Share and synchronize airborne and ground trajectory. • “Flying to Time constraints” to optimize sequences as defined by the ATC.Page 3
  • 69. Product Industrialisation: airborne industry perspective October 5th, 2011Airborne architecture & systems evolution for Initial 4D CPDLC: new RTA messages ADS-C: downlink of the 4D trajectory Airborne Systems FMS CMU (ATSU) • Compute Predictions: - 4D Trajectory 4D Traj every 60s • Process FMS 4D trajectory - ETA min/max - improved meteo model • Manage ATC ADS-C Ground Systems contracts(demand/event/periodic..) 4D Trajectory • Guide the A/C : -Lateral/Vertical/Speed • Manage CPDLC messages ETA min/max Req. CPDLC -RTA 10 sec 95% success • Manage EIS display EIS CPDLC RTA information • Display on ND: - RTA constraint display with1 sec resolution -“RTA MISSED“ message • Display on PFD: -”R” display on the speed scale.Page 4
  • 70. Product Industrialisation: airborne industry perspective October 5th, 2011Human Machine Interface evolution for Initial 4D RTA in descent phase FMS evolutions RTA RTA A T WP T D I S T R TA A T WP T D I S T R TA D EV RO 4 2 [ ] Improved RTA in descent D EV RO 4 2 15 : 40 : 00 MA N A G ED E TA MA N A G ED E TA Accuracy +/- 10s 2 8 0 1 5 : 4 0 : 0 2 2 8 0 1 5 : 3 8 : 1 5 95% reliability A C T MOD E A C T MOD E MANAG ED MANAG ED V MA X U TC V MA X U TC Improved weather modeling 3 1 0 / 0 . 7 9 1 4 : 5 0 : 0 0 3 1 0 / 0 . 7 9 1 4 : 5 0 : 0 0 R E L I A B L E R TA 10 winds A CCUR 1 5 : 3 7 : 0 5 / 1 5 : 5 1 : 5 1 10 temperatures + / - 10 . < R ETURN Min/max ETA function < R ETURN Available for any waypoint (RTA page) Min/max ETA reported through ADS-C MAX RTA speed Display of RTA Display of 95% (tuned manually) tolerance RTA reliability interval EIS evolutions RTA displayed with a 1 second resolution « R » for RTA managed speedPage 5
  • 71. Product Industrialisation: airborne industry perspective October 5th, 2011From V3 to V4: industrialisation phaseThe missing bridge between SESAR development and deployment phases • From V3 prototypes to V4 certified products per aircraft family • Certification process requires significant additional efforts • This is not limited to prototypes developed at V3 such: FMS, ATSU, EIS but requires adaptations of other systems: warning, maintenance, recording,... • Target  2 to 3 years from avionics launch to entry into service • Forward fit and retrofit solutions to be developed per aircraft family • Several years from avionics service entry to widespread deployment • In the case of Initial 4D, it could be quicker as it will be mainly software retrofit for most of Airbus aircraft thanks to their current equipage • Operations are starting since first aircraft are equipped (Parallel V5 & V6) • Integration of ATM related functions development in system evolution plans with priority management in terms of • Attractiveness versus cost: ATM functions are in competition with other airline / programme requests • Aircraft programmes implementation and multiple configurations (vendor, architecture) • Resources managementPage 6
  • 72. Product Industrialisation: airborne industry perspective October 5th, 2011Industrial development process Aircraft manufacturers with the support of major avionics suppliers are first investors and have to decide for development taking into account: - Operational benefits assessments - Aircraft manufacturers, Airspace users & Avionics vendors business cases The development will require: - A coordination between airborne and ground developments to enable future operations with the performance expected by the users at the target date -The reinforcement of Airworthiness and standardization bodies involvement - An harmonization to guarantee interoperability of the airborne equipments as SESAR and NEXTGEN can bring different solutions and have different timelines in the implementation of the new operational concepts and technologies - An incentive policy added to the usual market rules to encourage early equipment and accelerate the returns on investment for the first usersPage 7
  • 73. Product Industrialisation: airborne industry perspective October 5th, 2011Windows of opportunity for I4D implementation on Airbus aircraft 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 SESAR Release 1 Release 2 Release 3 IAD Campaign A I4D Campaign C FMS, ATSU... FMS, ATSU... Windows of opportunities are based on system evolution plan per aircraft family including non ATM related capabilities First decisions expected in 2012 Governance needed to synchronise airborne and ground industrialisation FMS, ACR... FMS, ACR...Page 8
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  • 75. Master Plan update campaign:The European Commission’s perspective European ATM Master Plan Update Launch event Maurizio Castelletti Head of Unit – Single European Sky and ATM Modernisation 5 October 2011
  • 76. A challenging but necessary update. Updating the Master Plan is challenging: » » Need to keep stakeholders’ buy-in. Significant update required to confirm the pivotal role of the Master Plan within the SESAR programmeIn addition to R&D progress within SESAR, SESimplementation has been running fast since 2008 » the Master Plan must be kept consistent with the latest achievements and » prepare for the next steps, in particular SESAR deployment
  • 77. Commission’s expectations.The Commission welcomes this update campaign and.will fully play its role as SESAR JU’s founding member DG MOVE will be particularly vigilant on: » The preparation of the deployment phase » The interoperability at global level » The compliance of the Network Strategy Plan with the Master Plan » The risks management
  • 78. Preparing for the deployment phase. (1/2)SESAR deployment phase is the next challengeahead. » It will be performance driven. » This update is the opportunity to prepare the. Master Plan for the deployment phaseTo play its central role and provide a strong basis for asound deployment programme, the updated MasterPlan should address: » Transition from R&D to implementation » Connections between R&D activities, deployment scenarios and performance targets » Prioritisation of the deployments according to their criticality to the performance
  • 79. Preparing for the deployment phase (2/2).The deployment phase will also significantly increasethe Master Plan’s audience » Simplification for better communication, understanding, easier decision making and execution » Better connection with operating environments
  • 80. Global interoperability is essential….. Interoperability is a mustICAOs Aviation System Blocks Upgrade concept isgrowing as the “international ATM language” » to ensure global consistency between regional. transitions to new generation ATM systems » to ensure global interoperabilityThe update of the Master Plan is a unique opportunityto fuel ICAO’s ATM standardization process and takeASBU on board » Influence ICAO’s Global Air Navigation Plan update » Promote SESAR at global level
  • 81. … but schedule is tight.The regulatory and standardisation roadmaps in theMaster Plan should be updated early enough » To constitute the backbone for a coordinated ECAC preparation to ICAOs ANC12, » To be considered when updating ICAOs Global. Air Navigation Plan.Therefore, we recommend to organise the work inWPC so that regulatory and standardisation roadmapswould be updated ahead of the overall schedule (i.e.drafts available by January 2012)
  • 82. Regulatory roadmap focus..The EU regulatory process, under the responsibility ofthe Commission, supersedes the master planmaintenance process.The adoption of an updated regulatory roadmapremains with the Commission and the SSC.(comitology)The adopted regulatory roadmap will then be insertedin the updated Master PlanHowever, the Commission welcomes the support ofWPC.3 when updating the regulatory roadmap, inparticular to ensure: » Realistic planning; » Efficient support to SESAR implementation; and » Full consistency with the standardisation roadmap.
  • 83. A compliant Network Strategy Plan.The Network Manager IR requires the Network.Strategy Plan to be consistent with the Master Plan The Master plan update campaign comes along with: » the ramp-up of the Network Manager and. » the initialisation of the Network Strategy Plan,SJU and NM should closely work together to ensurethe consistency of the Network Strategy Plan with theupdated Master Plan
  • 84. Risks management plan..Regular updates requested by the Council Need to review the « highest priority risks » inthe light of. » R&D progress » Recent SES achievements Need to update: » Probability » Impact » Mitigation actions
  • 85. Conclusion.The Commission welcomes the Master Plan.update campaignThis is crucial to the whole SESAR.programme. The Commission will be vigilant The Commission will provide full support
  • 86. Planning as an Essential Business Tool for ANSPs European ATM Master Plan Update Launch Event Brussels, October 5th, 2011 I. Prissinotti - Head of International Activities, ENAV M. L de Mateo - Head of Strategy & Planning, Aena
  • 87. THE PRESENTEuropean ATM Master Plan: Jointly produced and approved by all ATM Stakeholders Bridging R&D and Deployment Providing a single reference for stakeholders to define their own plans.SES: Performance Scheme IOP Regulation Charging SchemeEASA: Extension of the Basic Regulation to ATM and Airport Safety
  • 88. OUR BUSINESSMore than 70% of our investments are dedicated to systemupdates.  It is important to select the correct solutionsUnder the current scheme, pure cost recovery is no more an option.  Additional funding and financing mechanisms are requiredThe Performance Scheme will drive our investments and rewardor penalise our business.  We need to understand which solutions will facilitate achievement of targetsOur business is no longer local.  It requires interoperability at regional and global levelsThe service we provide integrates ground, air and spaceprocedures and enablers:  Ground-ground and ground-air synchronisation is a must
  • 89. Expectations for the ATM Master Plan update 1/2Provide realistic and stable reference For realistic SES Performance targets and demand driven deploymentAll elements to be substantiated by a validated positive CBALink solutions to quantitative performance improvements. Our tool set from which to choose to deliver SES Performance Scheme targetsAssess and ensure the consistency and coherency of the inputmaterial to be used for the MP update. Taking into account the instability of the reference documents (steps, OIs, Enablers,..)Identify those solutions requiring synchronisation at networklevel. Ground-Ground, Ground-AirSimplify the structure / presentation facilitating itsunderstanding and use
  • 90. Expectations for the ATM Master Plan update 2/2Align the MP with the ICAO Global Air Navigation Plan andAviation System Block UpgradesEnsure coherence and traceability from its first level executivesummary to its detailed level 3 ESSIP Stakeholder Lines of Action.Relate solutions to operating environment / conditionsConsolidate transitional aspects between development anddeployment
  • 91. A6 contribution 1/2 The A6 is an alliance of some of the largest Air Navigation Service Providers in Europe. Our members include Aena (Spain), DFS (Germany), DSNA (France), ENAV (Italy), NATS and the NORACON A6 Group - a consortium of Northern European ANSPs - Austro Control (Austria), AVINOR (Norway), EANS (Estonia), Finavia (Finland), IAA (Ireland), LFV (Sweden), Naviair (Denmark). Collectively our organisations control over 70% of European air traffic and 72% of the investment in the European Air Traffic Management infrastructure of the future.
  • 92. A6 contribution 2/2The A6 partners have signed a Memorandum of Cooperation toparticipate pro-actively in the modernisation of the European ATMnetwork within the SESAR programme for the benefits of itscustomers.The A6 has constituted the Deployment Working Group, aimed atcoordinating and enhancing its members contributions to the areasof planning, synchronisation of implementation, governance andfunding/financingThrough this reinforced collaboration, the A6 aims to provide acoordinated contribution to the European ATM Master Planrefinement and updates
  • 93. Conclusions 1/2 PRESENT UPCOMING EUROPEAN ATM MASTER PLAN Performance based approach, associating the SES performance framework to the proposed Solutions linked to qualitative improvements (according to quantitatively performance improvements described benefits) expected and their harmonised deployment Improvements associated to a timeframe, an operational environment and their geographical OIs associated to a moment in time dimension according to their requirements & impact when deployed (network, synchronisation, local). Various information structures, Simplified structure reflecting ICAO modules andclassifications, views, reference docs. fields per module (incl. e-ATM MP) Alignment between levels 1, 2 & 3 Consistency and traceability between levels 1, 2 & 3Identification of R&D and Deployment Seamless identification of actions from development actions to implementation (incl. Industrialisation)
  • 94. Conclusions 2/2 THE EUROPEAN ATM MASTER PLANON ITSELF IS NOT ENOUGH TO ENSURE THE MODERNISATION OF THE EUROPEAN ATM SYSTEM BUT IT IS THE FOUNDATION AND BECAUSE OF THIS IT HAS TO BE CONSIDERED ONE OF THE KEY ELEMENTS OF THE SES FRAMEWORK, REQUIRING ABSOLUTE COMMITMENT FROM ALL ATMSTAKEHOLDERS BOTH FOR ITS MAINTENANCE AND EXECUTION
  • 95. Thank you!