DLR/EEC Total Airport Management. Christoph Meier & Peter Eriksen. European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation. Or…. Where do we take Airport CDM from here?. Today’s problem. Lack of collaborative strategic planning between Airport partners
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Christoph Meier & Peter Eriksen
European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation
Where do we take Airport CDM from here?
Even with Airport CDM in place
TAM is an extension of Airport CDM
Airport CDM will improve today’s situation,
but there are certain shortcomings:
- CDM is limited to the pre-tactical phase (+2 hours)
- There is no support of analytical tools
- CDM provides limited understanding of system wide impact of decisions
- CDM has limited use of common performance indicators
…but Airport CDM is still a big step forward
TAM considers the airport holistically as one node of the overall air transport network.
In order to ensure an overall Quality of Service (QoS) of an airport to the customers and to the air transport network, TAM concentrates on the initial strategic and pre-tactical planning phases using the most accurate information available, followed by the monitoring (and when required, reactive planning) of the tactical working process.
weeks or months
Modeling and visualisation of
airport processes to allow for
common understanding of
Based on commonly
Allowing for Airport
processes assuring equity
Resources can be used more efficiently, keeping sufficient flexibility to cater for the unforeseen
Cooperative negotiation and equity for all stakeholders
With direct involvement of stakeholders in determining performance targets
Poor global flow of information:
A deficit of information exchange between subsystems is caused due to no common information system
Global goal neglect and conflicting interests:
Subjective interests of stakeholders follow a local cost-benefit analysis before information exchange is supplied and restrictions are accepted
Problems of complexity increase, focusing on global goals. More system parameters and dependencies have to be considered