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Airspace Configurations. Yevgen Pechenik EUROCONTROL DNMM/COO/NOM/OPL/PRO Civil-Military Workshop 20-21 September 2012. ASM Directions of Work - Statement. The vision: INTRODUCES a performance driven ‘modus operandi’ based on management of Airspace Configurations

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Airspace configurations

Airspace Configurations

Yevgen Pechenik

EUROCONTROL DNMM/COO/NOM/OPL/PRO

Civil-Military Workshop

20-21 September 2012


Asm directions of work statement

ASM Directions of Work - Statement

The vision:

  • INTRODUCES a performance driven ‘modus operandi’ based on management of Airspace Configurations

  • PROVIDES processes that support utilisation of more dynamic and flexible elements

  • DESCRIBES a seamless ASM/ATFCM/ATS process with advanced real time management of Airspace Configurations as well as continuous sharing of information enabled by SESAR


Airspace configurations background

Airspace Configurations – Background

Airspace Configuration

(as defined in the Airspace Strategy and mentioned in the SESAR Target Concept of Operations [2.2.4.1.3]):

“Is a pre-defined and coordinated organisation of routes and their associated airspace structures, temporary airspace reservations and ATC sectorisation”


Fua 2017 directions of work current v new

Levels 1,2 & 3 fixed in time

Levels 1,2 & 3 interactive

Independent national ASM

Consolidated Network mngt

Fixed ATS Route System

Free Route Airspace (FRA)

Fixed Scenarios

Dynamic Airspace Configurations

Continuous process

Time constrained snapshots

AMC & FMP separated

Integrated civil/military function

Fixed sectors

Proactive sector management

Static TRA/TSAs

Moving/Mobile/Variable Areas

CDRs

Conditional Structures (CDS)

Europe-wide CBO sharing

CBO only between neighbours

AUP, CRAM, eAMI,…..

SWIM enabled NOP

FUA 2017 Directions of Work Current v. New


Airspace configurations background1

Airspace Configurations – Background

Airspace Configurations:

  • Comprise:

    • Pre-defined fixed or flexible route options

    • Optimised trajectories (e.g. FRA)

    • Optimised sectorisation

    • Environmental constraints (if determined)

  • Initially expected:

    • To be pre-planned strategically

    • Capable of being dynamically adapted

    • To respond to different performance objectives

  • Finally expected:

    • To become fully dynamic (towards 2020+)


Airspace configuration cycle

1 H before OPS

Days before OPS

Years before OPS

OPERATIONS

Integrated Civ/Mil Function (AMC/FMP/Sector planning)

High Level Policy Body

EUR Network Manager

Civil AOs

Military Airspace Users

Military AOs

Civil AOs

Military AOs

EUR Network Manager

Integrated Civ/Mil Function (AMC/FMP/Sector planning)

EUR Network Manager

Civil ATS Unit

Military ATS Unit

Civil Airspace Users

Airspace Configuration – Cycle

Strategic Level 1

Pre-tactical Level 2

Tactical Level 3


Airspace configuration deliverables

Days before OPS

Year(s) before OPS

European airspace policy

SES II Regulations

Cross-Border airspace policy

National/FAB airspace policy

National/FAB airspace design and AOM

Military Airspace Users

Civil Airspace Users

High Level Policy Body

EUR Network Manager

Environmental constraints (e.g. quotas)

Historical/anticipated military traffic demand

Local/FAB/Network capacity/complexity constraints

Local/FAB/Network performance targets

Historical/anticipated civil traffic demand

Airspace Configuration – Deliverables

Strategic Level 1

PRELIMINARY (PREDEFINED)AIRSPACE CONFIGURATION

SENT TO NOP


Airspace configuration deliverables1

1 H before OPS

Days before OPS

Anticipated over demanding flows

Reserved/segregated airspace requests

Planned activation of Airspace Structures, e.g. FRA

Civil and Military traffic demand

Anticipated Hot-spots

Civil AOs

Military AOs

EUR Network Manager

Integrated Civ/Mil Function (AMC/FMP/Sector planning)

Known environmental constraints

Anticipated capacity/complexity constraints

Weather constraints

Anticipated sector number, layout, configuration

Staff

Anticipated airport constraints

Airspace Configuration – Deliverables

Pre-tactical Level 2

AGREED (REFINED)AIRSPACE CONFIGURATION

SENT TO NOP


Airspace configuration deliverables2

X H before OPS

Days before OPS

Reserved/segregated airspace requests

Planned activation of Airspace Structures, e.g. FRA

Civil and Military traffic demand

Anticipated Hot-spots

Anticipated over demanding flows

EUR Network Manager

Integrated Civ/Mil Function (AMC/FMP/Sector planning)

Military AOs

Civil AOs

Anticipated airport constraints

Anticipated capacity/complexity constraints

Weather constraints

Anticipated sector number, layout, configuration

Staff

Known environmental constraints

Airspace Configuration – Deliverables

CONTINUOUSLY: NEW AIRSPACE CONFIGURATION FOR EVERY NEXT TIME PERIOD!

Pre-tactical Level 2

SENT TO NOP


Airspace configuration deliverables3

Until next Hour

1 H before OPS

Civil and/or Military Ad Hoc request

Real-time Hot-spots

Real-time critical flows (e.g. in FRA)

Real-time airport constraints

Real-time ATC sector constraints

Integrated Civ/Mil Function (AMC/FMP/Sector planning)

EUR Network Manager

Civil ATS Unit

Civil AOs

Military ATS Unit

Real-time local and/or FAB airspace performance

Sudden real-time constraints (e.g. security)

Sudden adverse weather constraints (e.g. CB)

Military AOs

Airspace Configuration – Deliverables

Tactical Level 3

FINETUNED AIRSPACE CONFIGURATION

SENT TO NOP


Asm directions of work work area 2

ASM Directions of Work– Work Area 2

Development of Airspace Configuration Process

  • 2012-2017

  • Develop detailed criteria for definition of Airspace Configuration

  • Develop process and procedures for Airspace Configurations development

  • Define roles and responsibilities of actors involved

  • Describe functioning of the Joint Civil-Military function

  • Describe the required dynamism

  • Develop operational requirements for systems supporting ACs

  • Define final ops requirements and implement in the network system

  • Promote local/regional CDRM processes


Airspace configurations

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