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FAA System-Wide Information Management Program Overview for SWIM-SUIT Public Lauch. Donald Ward Program Manager FAA SWIM Program April 2007. Key Near-Term Investments. SWIM Foundation for U.S. Next Generation System . Current Programs. NextGen. Trajectory-Based Operations

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FAA System-Wide Information ManagementProgram Overview for SWIM-SUIT Public Lauch

Donald Ward

Program Manager

FAA SWIM Program

April 2007


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Key Near-Term Investments

SWIM Foundation for U.S. Next Generation System

Current Programs

NextGen

Trajectory-Based Operations

Aircraft Data Communications

Performance-Based

Operations and Services

Separation Management

Collaborative TFM

Precision Navigation

Weather Integration

Surveillance Services

Network-Centric

Information Sharing

  • ERAM Enhancements

  • Automated Problem Resolution

  • Concept Demonstrations

  • Trajectory-Based Ops/High Density

  • Infrastructure

  • Robust Flow of Information

    • TFM-M Enhancements

  • Time-Based Metering

  • Terminal Enhancements

    • Merging and Spacing Tools

    • RNP/RNAV Expansion

    • Precise Navigation

    • Data Communications

    • Flight Intent Downlink

  • ADS-B

  • Aircraft Separation

  • SWIM/Net-Enabled Weather

  • Net-Centric Information Sharing

  • ERAM

    TFM-M

    STARS/CARTS

    RNP/RNAV

    Airspace Mgmt Program

    Initial ADS-B

    Initial SWIM


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    SWIM is an information technology program that will operate in the background to provide seamless information to users who have a valid need for the data

    What is FAA SWIM?

    SWIM will:

    • Lower information costs

    • Increase speed to establish new interfaces

    • Increase common situational awareness

    • Increase FAA agility

    • Improve ability to share information with European providers


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    Each connection is custom and does not satisfy future data exchange needs

    Problems with Current FAA Information Sharing

    Host

    WARP

    IDS/ERIDS

    ASDE

    ATOP

    ERAM

    STARS/

    ARTS/

    TAMR

    TFM

    Inter-Agency

    TMA

    CIWS


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    Government Systems exchange needs

    International Community

    FAA Future with SWIM

    Enterprise Information Distribution

    FAA Systems

    SWIM Core Capabilities

    standard data interfaces


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    NextGen exchange needs

    NAS

    NetworkCentric Operations

    Oceanic

    Flow

    SWIM

    Comm

    Network

    Enroute

    Terminal

    System of Systems

    Shared network & information architectures

    Sum of Systems

    Independent system architectures


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    European exchange needs

    Node

    ATOP

    Notional

    Architecture

    Global

    Data-Com

    Node

    OTA Tool

    Global Networking for Atlantic Trials

    • Initiate trials to enable international communications, collaboration & coordination

      • Enhance International situational awareness

      • Reduce response times, ambiguities, and error rates

    • Automated decision support and information sharing for safety, capacity, and security

      • Identify issues for interoperability, information exchange, and shared situational awareness

      • Apply core principles of system wide information management and network centric enterprise services

      • Explore/validate concepts of use and procedures

    • Architected to work with any Net-Centric Architecture

      • Uses data/protocoladapters to connect with FAA SWIM Service Bus for data exchange


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    Demo: “Green Trans-Atlantic Flights” exchange needs

    Timed OceanicExit & TOD

    In-TrailProcedures

    TailoredArrivals

    CTO

    CTO

    ArrivalAirport

    DepartureAirport

    Terminal

    En Route

    Oceanic

    En Route

    Terminal

    Global Networking for Up-To-Date Trajectory Information Exchange

    Phased Implementation of Oceanic 4D Trajectory Operations

    • Tailored Arrivals: Data-linked clearance prior to TOD for CDA that is adjusted for airspace constraints, traffic, and a targeted time of arrival

      • Lower emissions, noise, and fuel burn

    • Timed Oceanic Exits: Management of oceanic flow to meet CTO at exit and/or TOD

      • More efficient management of delays from down stream constraints

      • Lower emissions and fuel burn


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    2007 exchange needs

    Today

    2008

    2009

    2010

    2011

    2012

    2013

    2014

    SWIM Program Approach

    Rqmts & Design

    Segment 1

    Integration & Test

    AIM Changes

    ERAM & TFM Changes

    Terminal Data Services

    Weather (CIWS, WMSCR, ITWS)

    Segment 2 Implementation

    Research, Demonstrations, and Trials


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    Main Components of Segment 1 exchange needs

    There are no equipage requirements in SWIM Segment 1

    There are no rule changes as result of SWIM

    Many Segment 1 activities are targeted for improving information flow to reduce delays

    More surface data exchange between Terminal systems and Traffic Flow Management/En Route

    Pre-departure clearance updates for En Route automation

    Automated Special Use Airspace (SUA) updates

    Greater dissemination of weather products (CIWS, ITWS, and WMSCR)

    Segment 2 is tentatively planned for 2011 – 2015 and will have more focus on external data exchange.

    SWIM Segment 1 (2009 – 2013)

    Contents not final until program is approved by Joint Resource Counsel (June 2007)


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    LOCKHEED MARTIN exchange needs

    SWIM Extended Team


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    FY07 exchange needs

    FY08

    FY09

    FY10

    FY11

    FY12

    FY13

    20.8

    31.0

    31.3

    38.1

    51.8

    55.8

    24.0

    SWIM Capital Budget

    • Dollars are in millions

    • FY09 – FY13 will be adjusted as part of Final Investment Decision, June 2007


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