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  • 14/06/12

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  • 1. Innovation in Airport SystemsGiuliano d’AuriaSELEX Sistemi Integrati
  • 2. GCS FEET A-SM MANAGEMENT HRRSMR APRON MANAGEMENT HRR HRR
  • 3. SurveillanceSCAGround Route ManagementCPDLCAdvanced Tower AutomationHMISystem Interoperability
  • 4. Surveillance SourcesSurveillanceSCAGround Route Management ADS-B ASRCPDLCAdvanced Tower AutomationHMI Vehicle Management Multilateration SystemSystem Interoperability SMR HRR
  • 5. ADS-BSurveillanceSCAGround Route ManagementCPDLCAdvanced Tower AutomationHMISystem Interoperability
  • 6. TIS-BSurveillanceSCAGround Route ManagementCPDLCAdvanced Tower AutomationHMISystem Interoperability
  • 7. Surface Conflict Alert (SCA) Situation AwarenessSurveillance The Surface Conflict Alert (SCA) receives surveillance informationSCA and airport environmental data updates.Ground Route Management Conflict PredictionCPDLC and Detection Sophisticated algorithms allows controllers managing anyAdvanced Tower Automation potentially dangerous situation, taking timely remedy actions andHMI anticipating the severity growth.System Interoperability Warning and Alerting A two-level alerting logic allows controllers catching at a glance the severity associated to each dangerous situation.
  • 8. Ground Route Management Departure Manager Taxi PlanSurveillance Allows Runways’ usage optimization through: • Flights distribution on available runways • Management of Manual AssignmentSCA • Safety separation application • Time constraints observationGround Route Management Route Planning Route Planner Allows Taxiways’ usage optimization through:CPDLC • Best Routes computation • AIP Routes’ management • Management of Manual AssignmentAdvanced Tower Automation • Free Routes management • Safety separation application • Time constraints obserationHMI Divergency Check Re-Plan Avvisi e Allarmi Implements:System Interoperability • Time-Divergency Check YIELD • Path-Divergency Check SPEED LIMIT 30 • Automatic Re-Planning ONE WAY • Manual Re-Planning Divergency Check
  • 9. Route Planning (RPLN) RPLN determines and assigns, to each departing aircraft, the best andSurveillance conflict-free route from the gate to the runway and to each arriving aircraft the best and conflict-free route from the runway to the apron. It is alsoSCA possible for controllers to request a list of available predefined taxi routes for each aircraft (depending on assigned couple gate-runway). ControllersGround Route Management can select the route to be assigned among those proposed.CPDLCAdvanced Tower AutomationHMISystem Interoperability
  • 10. Route Management14/06/12
  • 11. CPDLC Cleared for start upSurveillanceSCAGround Route ManagementCPDLCAdvanced Tower AutomationHMI Cleared for start upSystem Interoperability
  • 12. CPDLC Cleared for start up WILCOSurveillanceSCAGround Route ManagementCPDLCAdvanced Tower AutomationHMI Cleared for start up WILCOSystem Interoperability
  • 13. Integrated Tower Automation In a very simple Tower Environment the Controllers’Surveillance operational flow is:SCA CDC/Apron PKB 1 PKB 2 PKB 3 PKB 4 ControllerGround Route Management TAXI 2 TAXI 3 TAXI 4 GROUNDCPDLC ControllerAdvanced Tower Automation TOWER/RWY RUNWAYHMI ControllerSystem Interoperability
  • 14. Integrated Tower Automation In a complex Tower Environment the Controllers’Surveillance operational flow is: CDC/Apron Controller 1SCA PKB 1 PKB 2 TAXI 1 TAXI 2Ground Route Management GROUND Controller 1 TOWER/RWY Controller 1CPDLC RUNWAY 1Advanced Tower Automation RUNWAY 2HMI TOWER/RWY GROUND Controller 2System Interoperability TAXI 3 TAXI 4 Controller 2 PKB 3 PKB 4 CDC/Apron Controller 2
  • 15. Integrated Tower Automation User Workflow Departure Clearance Start-up / Push Back Clearance Taxi ClearanceDepartingFlights Clearance Transfer GROUND Delivery Position Position of Control Transfer of Control Take-off TOWER Landing Position Arrival Transfer Flights of Control GROUND Position Taxi Clearance On-Block
  • 16. Tower Environment – Touch Screen DevicesSurveillanceSCAGround Route ManagementCPDLCAdvanced Tower AutomationHMISystem Interoperability
  • 17. The Electronic Flight Bay: example 214/06/12
  • 18. Air Ground Data Link – DCL Messages (1/2) A DCL received message (displayedSurveillance by a down arrow) can be quickly accessed by the Electronic StripSCAGround Route ManagementCPDLCAdvanced Tower AutomationHMISystem Interoperability Dep Clearance Window DL button DCL uplink message (CLD) RT button DCL message via voice
  • 19. SurveillanceSCAGround Route ManagementCPDLCAdvanced Tower AutomationHMISystem Interoperability
  • 20. GCS FEET A-SM MANAGEMENT HRRSMR APRON MANAGEMENT HRR CDM CDM HRR TOWER-ACC INTEGRATION
  • 21. System Interoperability ACC-APP CENTRE TWR-APP-ACC Tight IntegrationSurveillance The objective is to ensure that ATC Systems, geographically located at different controlSCA centres, covering completely different phases of flight, controlling different airspaces, are operationally seen as a single ATC SYSTEM,Ground Route Management assuring a reliable tight integration between Area, Approach and Aerodrome ControlCPDLC Centres. CONTROL Airport Stakeholders TOWERAdvanced Tower Automation Interoperability (CDM) The objective is to allows information sharingHMI between Air Traffic Service Provider, Airport Operator and Airlines. The Collaborative Decision Making process is enabled throughSystem Interoperability the implementation of flight, surveillance and operational information exchange between different airport actors. AIRPORT AIRLINE OPERATOR OPERATORS
  • 22. Integrated Tower AutomationSurveillance  Functional and operative integration between ACC and remote APP/TWRSCA  Sharing of radar and flight plans dataGround Route Management SystemCPDLC TracksAdvanced Tower Automation ACC FlightHMI Data Remote TWR/ APPSystem Interoperability
  • 23. System Interoperability  The Collaborative Decision Making process isSurveillance enabled through the implementation of flight data exchange between Air Traffic Service ProviderSCA and Airport/Aircraft OperatorsGround Route Management Flight Data Airport Operator Flight DataCPDLCAdvanced Tower Automation Air Traffic Interoperability Service Server Flight Data AircraftHMI Provider OperatorsSystem Interoperability  Messages can be exchanged using standard format, such as XML or ADEXP
  • 24. Airport Validation in SESAR: SELEX involvement V&V Platforms Test BedsAirport MXP SELEX Sistemi Integrati SWIM Rome CSS ENAV - Via AgriACC
  • 25. Airport Validation in SESAR: SELEX involvement ENAV IBP Naples MalpensaTest BedCNS Test Bed ENAV IBP Malpensa ATM Test Bed ENAV IBP Rome Backstage Dress Rehersal Premiere
  • 26. What, When, Where 6.9.2CWP 12.5.4 12.3.2SCA 12.5.2DMAN/ 6.8.4Route 12.4.4Planner 6.7.3Guidance 12.3.4 VP-090 VP-298 VP-091 VP-568 VP-065IWIS 12.7.5 Naples Validation Excercises Malpensa Validation Excercises
  • 27. APT sound in the next years