Building the Bridge Between Airports and Air Traffic Management

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The term CDM is thrown around the industry in the same way that the IT industry uses “Cloud”, “Big Data” & “Mobile”. CDM as a concept can be a true value add…not only for ATC, but for airports, airlines and the wider range of aviation stakeholders. In many cases community, rather than collaboration, is key to the accuracy and effectiveness of any efficiency effort. The role of the airport is often overlooked in the efficiency of this whole process, despite operators being responsible for the handling and processing of the two key components: passengers and aircraft. In this session we will examine the role of the airport and, specifically, their operating systems and platforms to demonstrate the benefits of a fully integrated end-to-end solution encompassing airport and air traffic systems.

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  • There are many flavours of CDMI’ve often likened the term CDM in airports to “Cloud” and “Big Data” in the IT industryIdeas and concepts, often misunderstood and meaning many things to different peopleIn our world, CDM isn’t simply A-CDM or FAA NextGenIs it standards?Procedures?No, its about a mindset in airport operations in sharing a common view of the operation
  • Where does CDM lie in the overall concept of airport ops?There are many siloed systems, each serving part of the picture.In many cases, CDM is often being seen as a separate “stand alone” systemThis only serves to increase the complexity of data sharing and integration
  • Diagram form page 3.11 – Shaun to tart up, reformat.Much of the CDM process is around the aircraft on the ground.All of this data is typically part of any operational AODB solution managing the aircraft turnaroundCommon data relatedto the aircraftn Aircraft registrationn Aircraft flight statusn Aircraft typen Aircraft parking standn Boarding gaten Turn-round timen Handling agentn TOBTData extracted from arrivingflight informationn Aircraft identificationn ADEPn Inbound flight typen Take off time from outstationn EETn Landing timen Taxi-in timen In-block timeData extracted from departingflight informationn Aircraft identificationn ADESn SIDn Outbound flight typen De-icingn Off-block timen Taxi-out timen Take off timeAircraft related
  • Shaun to re-do Integration diagram – simplifyRequest to Andrew Shanks for a Chroma screen shot
  • Shaun to re-do Integration diagram – simplifyRequest to Andrew Shanks for a Chroma screen shot
  • Shaun to re-do Integration diagram – simplifyRequest to Andrew Shanks for a Chroma screen shot
  • In this case, the obvious hub of data management becomes the AODBCDM is not a separate platform for data sharing, but should be integral in the data sharing and integration inherent within a modern AODB
  • The main areas of co-ordination are around TOBT from the airline/ground handlers and the TSAT from ATC.This allows the airport to keep ATC updated on the Departure Planning aspects.However the exchange of TOBT may not always be sufficient?Is there sufficient visibility into those factors that can affect the TOBT. In particular, there are many “sub-milestones” in the ground handling process.These can also be matched to an equal number of sub-processes within the terminal which need to be met.It is interesting that in the first page of the A-CDM implementation guide – there is this quote.However – the terminal or many of the sub processes are not sufficiently highlighted within the rest of the CDM implementation Guide.In particular – I was talking to a pilot friend about how “realistic” they can be when slipping on off blocks time.In many cases – people can be overoptomistic?
  • Example from a recent airport I’ve been working.Very interested in monitoring the various sub-milestones of the turn around processVery important for Hub operationsDetailed tracking right down to the individual aircraft off-loading timesBecomes important as aircraft continue to grow in size
  • CFMU Slots (-5 to +10): TFMS Ground Delay Programs: TFMS Miles in Trail: TBFM Departure, En-Route, Arrival Metering: TFDM Surface Metering: Slot Swapping:
  • The logical step from MAOS to Airport to Airport Collaboration in the Cloud
  • Building the Bridge Between Airports and Air Traffic Management

    1. 1. © Lockheed Martin Building the Bridge Between Airports and ATM Alaistair Deacon: Chief Technologist, Global Airports Kevin Hightower: Chief Technology Officer, Transportation Solutions
    2. 2. Many Flavours of CDM Is it a standard, a procedure, a technical solution or a mindset? It’s sharing a common situational awareness of the operation © Lockheed Martin
    3. 3. In the Context of Airport Ops Local ATC RMS CDM AODB Airline Handling FIDS Support Services © Lockheed Martin
    4. 4. Aircraft CDM Data aircraft data ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ registration flight status type parking stand gate turn-round time handling agent TOBT arriving flights ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ identification ADEP flight type Take off time from outstation EET Landing time Taxi-in time In-block time departing flights ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ identification ADES SID Outbound flight type De-icing Off-block time Taxi-out time Take off time © Lockheed Martin
    5. 5. Airport Integration of CDM Data  Aircraft Operator/ Handling Agent  Air Traffic Control Airport CDM Information Sharing  Airport Operations  Network Operations  Service Providers © Lockheed Martin
    6. 6. Airport Integration of CDM Data © Lockheed Martin
    7. 7. Airport Integration of CDM Data © Lockheed Martin
    8. 8. In the Context of Airport Ops AODB © Lockheed Martin
    9. 9. What’s Important in A-CDM? Local ATC AODB National ATC © Lockheed Martin
    10. 10. Visibility of Airport Processes              Cleaning Catering Fuelling Bussing Operations De-icing Tractor Availability Aircraft Maintenance Baggage Handling Baggage Transfer Security Search Check-In Public Transport Road Network Service Partners:  Customs  Immigration  Security  Police  Fire  Retail All need to collaborate © Lockheed Martin
    11. 11. Visibility of Terminal-CDM © Lockheed Martin
    12. 12. Visibility of Terminal-CDM © Lockheed Martin
    13. 13. Visibility of Terminal-CDM © Lockheed Martin
    14. 14. CDM Sub Milestone Tracking De-boarding & Boarding Times Remote Gate Hold Bussing Room Queue Operations Car Parks Gate Hold Room Occupancy Roads Forecourts Leading to the development of the APOC Automated People Movers © Lockheed Martin
    15. 15. CDM Sub Milestone Tracking © Lockheed Martin
    16. 16. Airfield 4D Trajectory Analysis © Lockheed Martin
    17. 17. Airfield 4D Trajectory Analysis © Lockheed Martin
    18. 18. Linked to Air Traffic Control March 14 © Lockheed Martin
    19. 19. Traffic Management • Various Traffic Management Initiatives – – – – CFMU Slots (-5 to +10) TFMS Ground Delay Programs TFMS Miles in Trail TBFM Departure, En-Route, Arrival Metering – TFDM Surface Metering – Slot Swapping © Lockheed Martin
    20. 20. Traffic Management • Various Traffic Management Initiatives – Requires Information Sharing and Collaboration • Air Traffic Control • Airlines • Airports – Without it: • Double, triple penalties • Gaming the system • Unhappy passengers © Lockheed Martin
    21. 21. The Multi-Airport Concept Multi-Airport AODB OSL OSL OSL TRD BGO SVG 1000 flights/week OSLTRDOSLBGOOSLSVGOSL © Lockheed Martin
    22. 22. Airport to Airport Collaboration Cloud Based Data Sharing and CDM SOA Enabled Standard Data Models © Lockheed Martin

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