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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 management program overview for swim suit public lauch

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

Donald Ward

Program Manager

FAA SWIM Program

April 2007

slide2

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

what is faa swim
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 dataWhat 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
problems with current faa information sharing

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

faa future with swim

Government Systems

International Community

FAA Future with SWIM

Enterprise Information Distribution

FAA Systems

SWIM Core Capabilities

standard data interfaces

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NextGen

NAS

NetworkCentric Operations

Oceanic

Flow

SWIM

Comm

Network

Enroute

Terminal

System of Systems

Shared network & information architectures

Sum of Systems

Independent system architectures

global networking for atlantic trials

European

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
demo green trans atlantic flights
Demo: “Green Trans-Atlantic Flights”

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
swim program approach

2007

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

swim segment 1 2009 2013
Main Components of Segment 1

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)

swim capital budget

FY07

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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