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International Outreach Status. Darrell Ernst Presented at 14 th ICTS Meeting Las Vegas, Nevada 25 October 2005. CY 2005 Completed Activities and Events. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) – Bangkok – Feb – Ernst

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International outreach status

International Outreach Status

Darrell Ernst

Presented at 14th ICTS Meeting

Las Vegas, Nevada

25 October 2005


Cy 2005 completed activities and events

CY 2005 Completed Activities and Events

  • International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) – Bangkok – Feb – Ernst

  • Indian Aeronautical Development Agency – Bangalore – February – Mayer

  • Singapore Civil Aviation Authority – Singapore - February – ICTS info carried by Dr. C. C. Hsin (MITRE)

  • Asian Pacific Telecommunities (APT) – Bangkok – February – Did not attend but ICAO reps facilitated at APT meeting

  • European Aerospace Testing Exposition – Hamburg, Germany – March – Lyons, Mayer


Cy 2005 completed activities and events continued

CY 2005 Completed Activities and Events (continued)

  • UK Ministry of Defence, UK Civil Aviation Administration – Bristol, UK – March – Chalfant, Ernst, Keane

  • WP 8B Meeting – Geneva – April – Ernst, Mayer, Weaver, Jenkins, others

  • Society of Flight Test Engineers/NATO Conference – Warsaw – May – Lyons, Mayer

  • ESA Sounding & Balloon Conference – Norway – May - Mayer

  • ETTC2005 – Toulouse – June – Chalfant, Ryan, Ernst, Keane, Mayer, Ghnassia

    • Good outcomes

  • Video Distribution by MITRE Asia Operations - on-going - Ernst

    • China, Korea, Japan, Singapore have received information to-date


Cy 2005 completed activities and events continued1

CY 2005 Completed Activities and Events (continued)

  • PACOM Spectrum Conference – Honolulu – July – Chalfant


Upcoming activities

Upcoming Activities

  • Region II ICTS Conference - ITC – Las Vegas – October – Now

  • Aerospace Testing Expo 2005 North America – Long Beach, CA – 8-10 November - Ortigoza

  • Seoul, Korea – 1 November KARI – Mayer

  • Seoul, Korea – 3 November – Ministry of Information & Communication – Mayer, Ernst

  • Region III ICTS Conference - SETE – Brisbane – 7 November – Chalfant, Crouch, Mayer, Ernst

  • LIMA ’05 – Malaysia – 6-11 December 2005 – May re-plan with other travel

  • The Asian Aerospace 2006, Singapore, February 2006 – in work

  • China – 2006 - in work


Upcoming activities1

Upcoming Activities

  • Thailand – 2006 – in work

  • India – 2006 – in work

  • Japan – 2006 – in work

  • CHALLENGES

    • Russian Federation flight test community – in work - Mayer

    • Arabic nations – Middle East – on hold

    • The Dubai Int. Aerospace - November 2005 – recommend dropping


How we plan

How We Plan

VENUE: Korea

DATES: 2-3 Nov 2005

LOCATION: Seoul

TEAM: Mayer, Ernst, Dobbs

HOST: 2 Nov: US Forces Korea, Joint Frequency Management Office for ROK Ministry of National Defense (MND) Joint Staff. 3 Nov: Ministry of Information & Communications (MIC)

STRATEGY: Formal meetings scheduled by hosts

TARGETS and Team Member Assignments Table

Users/Assigned to : MND Joint Staff/Ernst

Freq. Agency/Assigned to: MIC, Mr. Um Jingyu/Ernst, Mayer; MIC Directors/Dobbs; Dr. Kwag Young K/Ernst, Mayer; -KARI/Mayer; Flight Vehicle Research Center, National University, Seoul/Mayer; Korea Aerospace Industries/Mayer; Hyundai Space & Aircraft/Mayer; Radio Research Laboratory; Korea Institute of Information and Cryptology (KIISC), Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI); KT Corporation

Political: Ministry of Science & Technology; Agency for Defense Development; Ministry of Commerce, Industry & Energy; MND

CHECKLIST:

N/A__Invitations (ICTS Letterhead) Not required – Hosted by others

N/A__Letters of introduction (ICTS Letterhead)

____List of ministry contacts for each target country

_XX_List of ITU delegates for each target country

_XX_List of ITU Regional organization delegates for each country (APT, CEPT, CITEL, etc)


Who we try to talk to

Who We Try to Talk To

  • Ministry of communications

  • Frequency management agency ( if different from MoC)

  • Ministry of defense/air force/navy/ army

  • Civil aviation authorities

  • Scientific research institutes for technology development

  • Airlines

  • Other users as appropriate


Sample letter of invitation

Sample Letter of Invitation

Addressed to specific individuals

Signed by appropriate ICTS representative


Calendar of venue opportunities

Calendar of Venue Opportunities

YOUR SUGGESTIONS ARE WELCOME


Outcomes

France

UK

Germany

Australia

Brazil

Sweden

Norway

Korea

Japan

China

India

Singapore

Indonesia

South Africa

Outcomes

Outreach has had positive outcomes (i.e., promising contacts or outright success) with:

Remaining challenges include ICAO, Canada, Russia, Arab nations


Icts outreach team

ICTS Outreach Team

  • Following ICTS members perform most of the international outreach

    • Tim Chalfant

    • Gerhard Mayer

    • Steve Lyons

    • Darrell Ernst

  • Major contributors at one or more of the three annual regional ICTS conferences, in addition to above, include

    • Jean-Marie Berges

    • Jean-Claude Ghnassia

    • Jean Isnard

    • Mikel Ryan

    • Darryl Holtmeyer

    • Dave Portigal

    • Viv Crouch


The icts venue

The ICTS Venue

The Alpha Team


Note 1

Note 1

  • Major focus of ICTS for 2004 and 2005 has been on WRC Agenda Item 1.5. The CTEIP Program funded the development and production of a video on the importance of telemetry and AI 1.5 to the economies of all nations. The video is a major part of the ICTS outreach to aviation and test people around the world. The video is produced in the two different international standards (PAL and NTSC). Approximately 800 copies have been distributed and the video itself has been seen by over 1,600 individuals


Notes 2 3

Notes 2 & 3

  • ICTS is addressing interference with telemetry by unlicensed devices, and technologies needed to telemeter in bands above 3 GHz

    • Interference with flight test communications systems increasing

  • ICTS continues to address telemetry technologies for efficient spectrum usage


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