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CARE/ASAS Achievements and future activities. Francis Casaux CARE/ASAS manager on behalf of EUROCONTROL. References. CARE/ASAS Action Plan document Version 5.0 – 6 November 2004 CARE website http://www.eurocontrol.int/care. CARE/ASAS Initial Objectives.

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Care asas achievements and future activities

CARE/ASAS Achievements and future activities

Francis Casaux

CARE/ASAS manager

on behalf of EUROCONTROL


References

References

  • CARE/ASAS Action Plan document

    • Version 5.0 – 6 November 2004

  • CARE website

    • http://www.eurocontrol.int/care

Eighteenth CARE/ASAS Management Board meeting – Haren - 26 November 2004


Care asas initial objectives

CARE/ASAS Initial Objectives

  • Promote co-operative work on ASAS within Europe

  • Establish a common view on ASAS applications

  • Support the validation of the strategic line of action related to ‘transfer of separation responsibility to the cockpit’ identified in the ATM Strategy for 2000+

  • Make the best use of the wide range of competencies which are required to address all the issues

  • Avoid the duplication of R&D efforts

Eighteenth CARE/ASAS Management Board meeting – Haren - 26 November 2004


Care asas management

CARE/ASAS Management

  • CARE/ASAS Management

    • CARE manager : Mick van Gool (EUROCONTROL SD/ESC)

    • CARE/ASAS manager : Francis Casaux (CENA)

  • CARE/ASAS Management Board

    • composed of ASAS experts (EUROCONTROL HQ, EEC, ATS providers, R&D centres, Universities)

    • who advise the CARE/ASAS manager, initiate the work, follow the progress, evaluate the results

    • Observers : European Commission, IATA, Airbus, JAA

    • Coordination with EATM programmes and domains

  • Eighteen meetings from October 1999 to November 2004

Eighteenth CARE/ASAS Management Board meeting – Haren - 26 November 2004


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CARE/ASAS Management

  • CARE/ASAS Action Plan (CA/99-001)

    • Activities: Description and status

    • Relationship with EATM programmes/domains

    • Relationship with EC and EC funded projects

    • Relationship with Action Plan 1 (and 18) of the FAA/EUROCONTROL R&D Committee

  • Reference Document List (CA/00-010)

    • 66 deliverables available through the CARE website

  • E-mail lists (CA/01-026)

    • CARE/ASAS Management Board

    • CARE/ASAS Interest Group

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CARE/ASAS Management

  • Three levels of cooperation

    • Level 1 - Exchange : Organisations exchanged information on R&D work. There was no CARE/ASAS funding.

    • Level 2 - Cooperation : The objective was a more efficient use of the existing resources within each organisation. Calls for Interest were issued to define the work. There was no CARE/ASAS funding.

    • Level 3 - Collaboration : Organisations were working together on the same R&D project. A common funding was necessary. The work to be performed was defined and agreed at the CARE/ASAS Management Board level. Calls for Tender were issued. Four projects were conducted.

Eighteenth CARE/ASAS Management Board meeting – Haren - 26 November 2004


Activity 0 communications

Activity 0 - Communications

  • CARE Website: http://www.eurocontrol.int/care

    • Regularly updated

    • Vehicle for the four CARE/ASAS calls for tender

  • Communication activities

    • Reporting within EUROCONTROL (e.g. R&D Review Group, ODIAC, etc.) and outside (e.g. SCRSP)

    • CARE/ASAS CD-Rom

    • Dissemination of CARE/ASAS deliverables

    • Dissemination of information related to ASAS (e.g. ATM R&D seminar, ANConf/11)

  • Technical Interchange Meeting on ASAS (coordinated with AP1)

    • November 1999 - NASA/Ames

    • November 2000 - Brétigny

    • October 2002 - NASA/Ames

  • Activities continued through the ASAS Thematic Network

Eighteenth CARE/ASAS Management Board meeting – Haren - 26 November 2004


Activity 0 communications1

Activity 0 - Communications

  • ASAS Thematic Network: ASAS-TN (2003-2004)

    • Involving the industry (i.e. aircraft, avionics & ATM) and pilot/controller professional associations

    • ASAS-TN events:

      • 1st workshop - Rome - April 2003 - ASAS Operational improvements – Dream or Reality?

      • 2nd workshop - Malmö - October 2003 - ASAS what does it mean operationally?

      • 3rd workshop - Toulouse - April 2004 - ASAS Making it happen (Airborne and Ground Functions for ASAS Implementation)

      • Seminar - Brighton - October 2004 - “ASAS Time for Decisions - The Way Forward”

    • ASAS-TN website : http://www.asas-tn.org

  • ASAS-TN2 on ASAS and ADS-B applications (2005-2007)

Eighteenth CARE/ASAS Management Board meeting – Haren - 26 November 2004


Activity 1 problem dimensions

Activity 1 - Problem Dimensions

  • Initial objectives

    • Review of the existing work on ASAS

    • Analysis of the degree of validation achieved so far

    • Identification of areas needing further work

  • Cooperative work

    • Call for tender issued in February 2000

    • Consortium of nine organisations lead by NLR

    • Report (CA/00-012) delivered in November 2000 and disseminated in April 2001 via mail and internet

    • Main results presented at the ASAS TIM in November 2000

  • In stand-by since April 2001

    • The yearly ‘Tableaux de Bord’ from ASAS-TN2 should provide similar information on an annual basis

Eighteenth CARE/ASAS Management Board meeting – Haren - 26 November 2004


Activity 2 validation framework

Activity 2 - Validation Framework

  • Initial objectives

    • Comparison of study’s results

    • Development of an approved validation framework (scenarios, metrics and tools)

  • EEC was leading this activity

    • Several meetings and teleconference were held

  • Cooperative work

    • EEC, CENA, Glasgow University

    • A report (CA/01-020) ‘Towards a validation Framework for ASAS applications’ was delivered in June 2001

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Activity 2 validation framework1

Activity 2 - Validation Framework

  • Collaborative work

    • Call for tender issued in July 2001

    • VF project - Consortium of five organisations lead by NATS

    • Several technical deliverables (e.g. scenarios, system and human performance metrics, validation framework)

    • Dissemination forum in October 2002 at EEC

    • Final report (CA/02-036) delivered in November 2002 and disseminated in March 2003 via internet

  • In stand-by since May 2003

    • ASAS applications are similar to any ATM applications

    • Validation work is conducted at project level (e.g. NUPII)

    • Validation Plan Drafting Group was set up by the EUROCONTROL ADS programme

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Activity 3 safety

Activity 3 - Safety

  • Initial objectives:

    • Phase 1 - Influencing parameters for airborne separation minima and first attempt of quantification

  • NLR was leading this activity

    • Several meetings and teleconference were held

  • Cooperative work

    • Glasgow University, CENA, NLR

    • A report (CA/01-019) ‘Investigation of Experience in Modelling and Determining Separation Minima’ was delivered in June 2001

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Activity 3 safety1

Activity 3 - Safety

  • Collaborative work

    • Call for tender issued in August 2000

    • ASM (Airborne Separation Minima) project - Consortium of five organisations lead by Sofréavia

    • Several technical deliverables (e.g. OSEDs and OHAs for two ASAS applications, Estimation of safe separation criteria)

    • Dissemination forum in December 2001 at EEC

    • Final report (CA/01-018) delivered in April 2002

    • The ASM project extension study delivered its report (CA/02-041) ‘Lessons learnt from the OSED/OHA activities and hazard brainstorm’ in September 2002

    • All results disseminated in March 2003 via Internet

Eighteenth CARE/ASAS Management Board meeting – Haren - 26 November 2004


Activity 3 safety2

Activity 3 - Safety

  • In stand-by since May 2003

    • Work done within AP1 on ‘Safety and ASAS applications’

    • The EUROCONTROL ACAS programme launched the IAPA (Implication on ACAS Performances due to ASAS implementation) project

    • The EUROCONTROL ADS programme launched:

      • The ASFA (Airborne Surveillance Functional Architecture) project

      • A safety analysis project on six ‘Package I’ applications

      • A project on the definition of separation minima using ADS-B

    • The MFF (Mediterranean Free Flight) project released some safety work and a safety workshop was planned

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Activity 4 asas application definition

Activity 4 - ASAS Application Definition

  • Initial objectives

    • Support the definition of ASAS applications

    • Started in October 2001

  • Cooperative work

    • Document on terminology (CA/02-039) ‘Applications and Services’ delivered on February 2002

    • CENA developed the document (CA/02-037) ‘Review of ASAS applications studied in Europe’ which was delivered on February 2002

    • Support to the OSED Drafting Group created by the EUROCONTROL ADS programme (2003)

    • Support to the RFG (Requirement Focus Group) activities (2003-2004)

      • European co-chair for RFG/2, RFG/3 and RFG/4

      • Working papers related to ANConf/11 (CA/04-064) and ICAO standards (CA/04-065)

Eighteenth CARE/ASAS Management Board meeting – Haren - 26 November 2004


Activity 4 asas application definition1

Activity 4 - ASAS Application Definition

  • Collaborative work

    • Call for tender issued in April 2003

    • FALBALA project - Consortium of five organisations (including three ANSPs) supported by three airlines and lead by Sofréavia

    • Several technical deliverables (e.g. TMA traffic analysis, airborne perspective analysis, operational workshop and operational benefits)

    • Dissemination forum in July 2004 in Haren

    • Final report (CA/04-061) delivered in July 2004

    • All results disseminated in September 2004 via Internet

    • FALBALA extension study proposed to the EUROCONTROL CASCADE programme

Eighteenth CARE/ASAS Management Board meeting – Haren - 26 November 2004


Activity 5 asas application implementation

Activity 5 - ASAS Application Implementation

  • Initial objectives

    • Support the implementation of ASAS applications

    • Started in September 2001

  • Cooperative work

    • Participation to the IATA/NLR initiative called ‘Free Flight Working Group – Operational’

    • Participation to EUROCAE/WG51 and RTCA/SC186

    • Elaboration of a consensus and development of the document (CA/02-040) ‘Description of a first package of GS/AS applications’ endorsed by JCB (Joint Coordination Board) in September 2002

    • Elaboration of a consensus and development of the document (CA/02-042) ‘Proposal for working arrangements to develop ‘Package I’ applications’ delivered to JCB in July 2003

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Faa eurocontrol action plans related to asas

FAA/EUROCONTROLAction Plans related to ASAS

  • R&D co-operation between the USA and Europe

    • FAA, MITRE, NASA

    • EUROCONTROL, R&D centres, ANSPs

  • Action Plan 1 was dedicated to ASAS applications since 1999

  • AP1 Deliverables

    • Technical Interchange Meetings

    • Document ‘Principles for the Use of ASAS applications (PO-ASAS) delivered in June 2001

    • Document ‘Safety and ASAS applications’ (SAF-ASAS) delivered in March 2004

  • AP1 ‘successfully’ terminated in March 2004

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Faa eurocontrol action plans related to asas1

FAA/EUROCONTROLAction Plans related to ASAS

  • AP18 terms of reference (ToRs)

    • Result of the merge of AP1 on ASAS and AP10 on ADS-B

    • Planned deliverables:

      • Development of a document ‘ASAS Concept of Use’ (CoU-ASAS)

      • Support to RFG activities

    • Signature of ToRs started in June 2004

  • Future organisation?

    • AP18 focused on one or two ‘Package I’ applications

    • AP22 focused on ASAS R&D activities

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Care asas achievements

CARE/ASAS Achievements

  • Creation of a community from R&D to industry with a communication tool: the ASAS Thematic Network

  • Significant work on the definition, the validation, the safe design and the safety assessment of ASAS applications

  • European contribution to the PO-ASAS and the SAF-ASAS documents

  • Elaboration of an international consensus on ‘Package I’

Eighteenth CARE/ASAS Management Board meeting – Haren - 26 November 2004


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