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A generic presentation of the SESAR Programme delivered by Patrick KY, Executive Director at the SESAR Joint Undertaking, at the Conference gathering the Head of DGACs from Asia (Japan, October......

A generic presentation of the SESAR Programme delivered by Patrick KY, Executive Director at the SESAR Joint Undertaking, at the Conference gathering the Head of DGACs from Asia (Japan, October 2009).

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  • 1. “SEAMLESS SKY” IN EUROPE Patrick Ky Executive Director OSAKA 2009
  • 2. EUROPE AND ASIA-PACIFIC FACING SIMILAR SITUATION EUROPE ASIA-PACIFIC • Traffic growth (travel 4.1%, cargo 4.8% • Traffic growth (travel 6.5%, cargo 2009-2028)* 6.2% 2009-2028)* • High Density • High Density • Many states • Many states • Multi-stakeholders • Multi-stakeholders • Focus on safety • Focus on safety • Industrial challenge • Industrial challenge • NOW at a crossroad • NOW at a crossroad • NOW to build on agreements • NOW to shape way forward to make it happen & take decisions * Boeing “Current Market Outlook 2009-2028”
  • 3. EUROPEAN CONTEXT
  • 4. TODAY’S SITUATION IN EUROPE
  • 5. THE CONTEXT Traffic growth cannot be sustained through the current fragmented air navigation services organisation and ageing ATM technologies • Organisational and technological leaps urgently required • 27 Member States plus neighboring countries • Regional response is the only way ahead The Single European Sky legislation provides the necessary framework for a new air navigation services governance in the European region. It is in place since 2004 and has inter alia: • Decision-making processes • Separation of regulatory and service activities • Interoperability regulations
  • 6. THE DECISION FLOW REFORM THE ATM Industrial Consultation Board SES committee for decisions THE NEEDS 27 Member’s States SESAR = technological component of the Single European Sky
  • 7. THE SESAR GOALS European Aviation Current state European airspace Basic technologies Operations conducted Traffic is increasing cannot be further are obsolete by national borders divided Goals of the SESAR Programme Enabling EU skies Reducing the Improving safety Cutting ATM to handle 3 times environmental impact by a factor of 10 costs by 50% more traffic per flight by 10% Save 8 to 14 minutes, 300 to 500 kg of fuel and 945 to 1575 kg of CO2 on average per flight Performance Based approach meeting Society’s Goals
  • 8. A Public-Private partnership
  • 9. NEW ENTITY: THE SESAR JOINT UNDERTAKING EUROPEAN EUROCONTROL THE INDUSTRY Created by COMMISSION = the European public-private Union Council partnership Reg. N°219/2007 700 mio€ 700 mio€ 700 mio€ 2 founding members 3rd ‘founding’ member Budget: € 2.1 billion (over 8 years) Public-Private Partnership • Innovation from private sector • Public financial stability & enforcement power • Members from EU and other countries having signed an agreemeent with the EC in aviation
  • 10. UNIQUE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
  • 11. SJU INVOLVES ALL ACTORS A Multi-Stakeholders approach at the heart of our way of working Ground Industry Airborne Airports Industry Air Navigation Staff Service associations Providers Airspace R&D users community National Authorities
  • 12. TAKING OFF…
  • 13. PROGRAMME KICK-OFF SESAR started € 2.1 billion over a period of 7 years its full technical development 16 Work Packages, 295 projects on 03/06/09 • 30 projects kicked off in first 30 days • 124 projects launched before year end Programme unites all aviation players
  • 14. A WP FOR EVERY STEP OF THE FLIGHT WP15 WP16 WP B / C WP7 / 13 WP9 / 11 WP4 / 10 WP3 ToC ToD WP5 / 10 WP5 / 10 WP8 / 14 CTA WP6 /11/12 WP6 /11/ 12 • Consistent engineering methodology • Validation ‘close to market’ • Performance partnership
  • 15. 3 MATURITY TARGETS FOR THE PROGRAMME STEP 1 V2 ATM Service Level 2 V3 IOC STEP 2 V1 ATM Service V2 Level 3 V3 IOC STEP 3 V1 ATM Service V2 Level 4 V3 IOC IOC= Initial Operational Capability 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
  • 16. CONTENT TIME BASED OPERATIONS 1 IOC 2013 2013 STEP 1 V2 V3 IOC STEP 2 V1 Example: ATM Service• “Rolling” Network Operations Plan • Traffic Synchronisation V2 Level 3 • Controlled Time of Arrival • P-RNAV & Performance based navigation V3 IOC • Data Link – Aircraft Derived Data • Continuous Descent Arrival STEP 3 V1 Continuous Vortex Climb Departure Time Based ATM Service Departure V2 Spacing Level 4 Separations & V3 IOC Cross wind operations ToC ToD IOC= Initial Operational Capability 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Departure Slot Arrival Slot
  • 17. CONTENT TRAJECTORY BASED OPERATIONS 2 IOC 2017 V2 V3 IOC 2017 STEP 2 V1 V2 V3 IOC STEP 3 V1 Example: ATM Service• Dynamic ATFM • Trajectories revised by Data Link V2 Level 4 • Network Operations Plan • Multi Airport arrival & (integrated with SWIM) V3 departure Management IOC IOC= Initial Operational Capability Business & Mission Trajectories • Reference Conflict Free trajectory clearances 2009 2010 2011 2012 for pre-defined segments - PTC 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 ToC ToD System Wide User Defined Priority Process Information Gate, Surface and Runway Management management is integrated
  • 18. V3 IOC CONTENT PERFORMANCE BASED OPERATIONS 3 IOC 2020 V1 V2 V3 IOC 2020+ STEP 3 V1 V2 V3 IOC Example: 2009 2010 2011 2012 • User Preferred Trajectories 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 • Integrated Multi Airport arrivals • Trajectory Management Requirements • Virtual Towers and full SWIM enable the Business • Pilot manages time based and • Trajectory and dynamic Network vortex spacing Operations Plan
  • 19. SPECIAL PROJECT OPTIMI: SURVEILLANCE & SATELLITE First surveillance application based on satellite services at SESAR Oceanic flight tracking service in the Atlantic Know at any time the position of the aircraft connected to the service To be supported by ADS-C (Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Contract) enabled by Satellite communication systems First demonstration, based on commercial flight, during second half of 2010.
  • 20. NEXTGEN & SESAR GO GREEN TOGETHER
  • 21. GROWTH MUST BE SUSTAINABLE Mitigation of CO2 emissions is a priority for SESAR Agreed targets: • Future Concept of Operations shall result in 10% emission savings per flight as a result of ATM improvements by 2020 • 100% compliance with local environmental rules Atlantic Interoperability Initiative to Reduce Emissions = agreement between the European Commission and the US FAA Practical example of environmental validation activity focusing on “quick wins” and strengthening cooperation within Europe and with the FAA
  • 22. AIRE DOMAINS In Paris, In Iceland & In Paris, Stockholm Santa Maria Stockholm In Paris & Madrid & Madrid In Paris En Route Oceanic En Route Departure Arrival Surface Surface AIRE
  • 23. THE AIRE PARTNERS 17 airlines, airports, air navigation service providers and manufacturers Oceanic Iceland More than 100 commercial flight trials Stockholm performed in 2009 Partners: Paris Airbus, Air France, DSNA, Aéroports de Paris, Thales, ADACEL, AVTECH, Egis Avia, Nav Portugal, TAP Oceanic Portugal Madrid Portugal, Isavia, Icelandair, AENA, INECO, Iberia, LFV and Novair.
  • 24. AIRE in practise
  • 25. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
  • 26. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION ATM modernisation is a global endeavour Full cooperation with FAA in place • eg. AIRE Discussions with others countries most welcome • eg. Japan, China Need to build an industrial & institutional partnership • eg. US cy into SESAR Need to be pragmatic
  • 27. TO CONCLUDE The “partnership attitude” Pragmatic approach SESAR is involving all interested parties International cooperation = top priority The “Seamless Sky” is on its way in Europe
  • 28. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! www.sesarju.eu