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NASA Aviation Safety Program Weather Accident Prevention Project Product Development Panel Session for User Forum Aviation Weather: Opportunities for Implementation Bethesda, Maryland July 25-26, 2000. Dr. Ron Colantonio Aviation Safety Program Office NASA Glenn Research Center

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NASA Aviation Safety Program

Weather Accident Prevention Project

Product Development Panel Session

for

User Forum

Aviation Weather: Opportunities for Implementation

Bethesda, Maryland

July 25-26, 2000

Dr. Ron Colantonio

Aviation Safety Program Office

NASA Glenn Research Center

Cleveland, Ohio


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Project Goals/Objectives/Products

  • Develop enabling technologies to reduce weather-related casual factors to accidents by 50% and eliminate turbulence injuries by 50% by year 2007.

Goal

Objectives

Products

Provide the Flight Deck, ATM & AOC with Higher Fidelity, More Timely Intuitive Graphical Information

Detect & Mitigate Weather Hazards

  • 1. Aviation Weather Information (i.e. in the cockpit) technologies and

  • system design guidelines

  • 2. Improved aviation weather hazard characterization and graphical

  • product developments

  • 3. Improved Electronic Pilot Reporting/Automet technologies and design

  • guidelines

  • 4. Forward-looking turbulence sensor technologies and system design

  • guidelines

  • 5. Control system design techniques for turbulence mitigation


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AWIN System Elements

Distribution

Weather

Products

Presentation

Existing and

Enhanced

Weather

Products

Communications

Networks and

Data Links

Human Factors,

User Interfaces,

Workload Issues


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Aviation Weather Information Products

Aircraft Capabilities

User Capabilities

Presentation to Pilot

Decision

Aids

User

Interface

Processor

Data Link

Onboard

Sensors

Automet

Position

Weather

Information

Navigation

Information

Flight Plan

Ground Wx

System

Weather

Products

Traffic

Terrain

Data Link

Special Use Airspace

Obstacles


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Turbulence Products

Flight Management System A/C Controls/Mitigation Schemes

Decision

Aids

Presentation to Pilot

Processor

Onboard Sensors

Automet

Turbulence

Information

Data Link

Turbulence Products

Data Link

Ground Wx

System

Forward-Looking Sensors: Radar and LIDAR


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Technology Development Process

Establish Requirements

Survey Current Capabilities

Develop Concepts

Develop Evaluation Scenarios

Conduct Simulations

Conduct Flight Evaluations

Demonstrate Capability in Relevant Environment


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Project Schedule and Milestones

National AWIN Capability

National Datalink Capability

Turbulence Product Integrated

With AWIN

FY02

FY01

FY00

FY04

FY03

Turbulence Flight

Management System

Demo

Flight Demonstration

Of Forward-Looking

Turbulence Warning

System

Initial AWIN

Concept and Forward-

Looking Turbulence

Detection Flight

Evaluation

International AWIN Capability

International Datalink Capability


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Product Implementation Strategy

  • Strong Industry cost sharing through Cooperative Research

  • Agreements (CRA)

  • Airline/operator participation in CRAs

  • Cost/Market assessment studies funded

  • FAA/NASA Working Groups/Teams being established

  • Participation in Industry/Government working groups dealing

  • with technology and standards development: RTCA, ICAO

  • Joint Safety Assessment/Implementation Teams, etc.

  • Strong National Turbulence Research Coalition assisting in

  • defining NASA direction


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Outside Partners

.

Boeing

  • Over 50 different companies and other organizations

Honeywell

United Airlines

AATT

Fed Ex

Aviation Safety

Base

Cessna

Rockwell

NTSB

AlliedSignal

Weather

Accident Prevention

Project

FAA

ARNAV

AF/DoD

SAIC

State Gov. Org.

American

Airlines

NWS

Naval

Research

Lab

Lockheed

RTI

NCAR

CTI

GTRI, ODU,

NCSU, MIT-LL

Aerotech


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Project Accomplishments

  • Completed AWIN Phase 1 Cooperative Research Agreements

  • (50/50 Industry Cost Sharing) with Phase 2 Agreements

  • ramping up.

  • NASA 757 aircraft preparation nearly complete for Summer

  • 2000 flight experiments of an Initial AWIN, Forward-

  • Looking Detection and Turbulence In-Situ Systems.

  • FAA-NASA Weather Safety Memorandum of Agreement was

  • signed June 30, 2000. Formalized teaming arrangements is

  • starting. NOAA/NWS-NASA formal coordination to start soon.

  • NASA participation in FAA-NASA-Industry Joint Safety

  • Assessment and Implementation Teams.


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