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System Wide Information Management (SWIM) Overview. Segment One and Beyond. RTCA 2007 Forum. James Eck, Director of ATC Communications. September 18, 2007. 2007. 2008. 2009. 2010. 2011. 2012. 2013. 2014. 2015. 2016. 2017. 2018. 2019. 2020. 2021. 2022. 2023. 2024. 2025.

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System Wide Information Management (SWIM) Overview

Segment One and Beyond

RTCA 2007 Forum

James Eck, Director of ATC Communications

September 18, 2007


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2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

Communication Roadmap

129

Telecom

ANICS

Tech Refresh

FTI-1

74

41

FTI-2

Mobile Comm

Sustain Aero Mobile Communication Infrastructure

Legacy Aero

Mobile

Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Convergence

18

110

Supporting Data Communications Program

35

Digital VHF Aeronautical Mobile Communication Infrastructure

43

116

DataComm Segmt. 1

DataComm Segmt. 3

DataComm Segmt. 2

Effective

Rulemaking

Strategy

Network

Services

SWIM - Core Services

Sgmt. 1

Sgmt. 2

Sgmt. 3

4

Ground Segments

128

130

59

SWIM – Air Segments

Voice Comm

Switching

Legacy Voice Switches

VSCS

34

41

47

NVS

TVS Bridge

ETVS/IVSR


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Communications Roadmap Assumptions

  • NAS must transition from dedicated “nailed up” sector-based and independent facility operations to networked facilities and area based operations

  • FTI becomes primary Voice/Data transport system

  • Next Generation Voice Switch is required to meet consolidation/collocation, Business Continuity Plan, Sector Load balancing/Load Sharing, and 4D Trajectory concepts (resource mapped to flows)

  • All flight safety critical A/G data communications are over VHF based systems

  • Advisory communications (e.g. Weather, NAS Status, NOTAMS) can be supported by commercial communications services through “airborne SWIM” services

    • Initial Implementation linked to NextGen Network Enabled Weather (NNEW) capability

  • Infrastructure evolution is driven by

    • Transition strategies start in higher altitude airspaces migrating toward lower altitudes

    • Implementation starts in large facilities migrating to small facilities

    • Expectation for reduction in number of facilities – (staffed and unstaffed)

    • Infrastructure and people “dedicated to specific airspace” changing to “quickly and easily adapted to airspace as needed”

    • Expectation for very low growth in number of operational sectors (“airspace growth”) through the mid term, limiting demand on dedicated resources


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Communication Roadmap Decisions (1 of 2)

4

2007 – Final investment decision for SWIM ground segment 1 implementation (baseline for FY09-10)

2009 - Approve Terminal Voice Switch Bridge Contract

2008 - Determine FAA's initial investment strategy for the Data Communications Program and the rulemaking strategy for airborne equipment.

2009 - Final Investment Decision for SWIM Ground Segment 1+ Implementation (Baseline for FY11 – 13)

2008 – Final Investment Decision for ANICS Technical Refresh

2009 – Decision for down select for SWIM segment 2 candidates

2010 - Approve Final Investment Decision for NAS Voice Switch

2011 - Approve SWIM Airborne Segments Implementation

2013 - Approve FTI Re-Compete Decision

34

35

128

129

130

47

59

74


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Automation Roadmap (1 of 2)

2015

2023

2024

2025

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

128

130

4

59

SWIM Segmt. 3

SWIM Segmt.1

SWIM Segmt. 2

35

DataComm Segmt. 1

DataComm Segmt. 3

DataComm Segmt. 2

*

7

ADS-B (segmt. 1)

ADS-B (segmt. 2)

ADS-B (segmt. 3)

ADS-B (segmt. 4)

109

114

55

112

113

C O N V E R G E N C E

118

NextGen

Automation

Platform

Release 2

NextGen

Automation

Platform

Release 1

114

31

111

110

1

4

64

73

75

83

43

55

18

ERAM

*

HADDS

En Route Automation

NextGen

Workpackage

En Route Automation

Mid-Term

Workpackage

ERAM

Initial Baseline

URET

R6

TR/R4

TR/R5

R1

R3

R7/TR

R8

R9

R2

HOST

DSR

108

44

57

4

TMA

Upgrades

TMA

1

7

ECG

102

109

65

ERIDS

110

*

7

59

83

55

STARS/S Lite

STARS

STARS

45

106

107

ARTS 1E/IIE

7

*

59

55

83

110

ARTS IIIE

ARTS IIIE

ARTS IIIE

66

DOTS+

DOTS+

119

59

SMA

4

19

ETMS

TFMSWP3

TFMS WP1

TFMSWP2

DSP

DFM

4

59

TDDS

TDDS

TDDS

Terminal Flight Data Platform

115

20

TFDM2

TFDM3

EFS/TFDM1

46

30

ARMT

117

30

FDIO

X

AEFS

114

EFSTS

35

4

116

TDLS

X

ACE-IDS

109

65

21

NextGen

Virtual Tower

SAIDS

22

32

58


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NNEW

ERAM

ERAM

TDLS

TDLS

TFM

TFM

Airborne SWIM & DataComm

Weather

Airspace status

NOTAMS

Deviation requests

Acknowledgments

Trajectory/clearance changes

Acknowledgments

Characteristics

  • Situational awareness - advisory

  • Commercial spectrum

  • Limited or No source Authentication

  • Low or no design assurance

  • User specified QoS

    • RMA

    • Delivery (e.g. best effort)

    • Latency

  • International usage based on reach of service provider

  • User designed/directed controls and displays

  • User specified FMS integration

Characteristics

  • Command and Control – safety critical

  • Protected spectrum

  • Source Authentication

  • High safety assurance levels

  • QoS dictated by safety case

    • High reliability, maintainability & availability

    • Guaranteed delivery

    • Low latency

  • Harmonization based on International agreements

  • Standardized controls and displays

  • FMS integration


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Segment 1 Program Overview

  • Nine Segment 1 capabilities were derived from Communities of Interest:

    • Aeronautical Information Management (AIM)

    • Flight & Flow Management (F&FM)

    • Weather

  • SWIM will not implement a separate infrastructure for Segment 1

    • SWIM will leverage existing infrastructures, processes, resources, and logistics chains that are part of the program offices “touched” by the 9 SWIM capabilities

    • SWIM Governance to ensure use of common protocols and interfaces, assisted by use of commercial software for some Core Services


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