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Christina Recascino, ERAU Doug Sweigard, Lockheed Martin TSS Wade Lester, ERAU February 18, 2009. Integrated Airport … A NextGen Testbed . Presenters. Christina Recascino – Vice President for Research, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

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integrated airport a nextgen testbed
Christina Recascino, ERAUDoug Sweigard, Lockheed Martin TSSWade Lester, ERAU

February 18, 2009

Integrated Airport … A NextGen Testbed

presenters
Presenters

Christina Recascino – Vice President for Research, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Douglas Sweigard – Senior Program Manager, Aviation Programs, Lockheed Martin Co.

Wade Lester – Director of NextGen Research, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

integrated airport the history
Integrated Airport: The History
  • Nearly 800 million passengers fly each year
  • On 789,000 flights
  • Logging more than 60 billion miles
  • On planes who have an average load capacity of 80%
history
History
  • Problems abound in the air transportation system
    • Fewer On-time arrivals
    • Mechanical delays
    • Weather delays
    • Lost luggage
    • Near mid-air collisions
    • Incursions
    • Gate to Gate delays
    • Fatal Mishaps
nextgen
NextGen
  • To modernize the air management system in the United States, the JPDO was created to spearhead the NextGen movement
  • In 2005, ERAU and Lockheed Martin began discussions of setting up a University-Private-Public partnership whose mission was to tackle issues related to testing and implementation of NextGen concepts
the integrated airport was born
The Integrated Airport was born
  • Mission: Accelerate NextGen through technology demonstrations that integrate near-term NextGen enhancements
  • Embry-Riddle and Lockheed Martin are the lead partners in the Integrated Airport Consortium
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Joined by:

CSC

Ensco

Boeing

Jeppesen

Mosaic ATM

Frequentis

Sensis

Harris

Barco

NATS UK

Volpe Research Center

overview of consortium
Overview of Consortium
  • Creation of non-binding MOU that all partners sign
  • Agree to work on projects related to NextGen – as decided by planning group
  • Companies are required to contribute IRAD funds
accomplishments
Accomplishments
  • 2007 Establishment of NextGenTestbed at Daytona Beach International Airport and opening demonstration
  • 2008 First technical demonstration creating an AWIM and data sharing across partner systems
  • 2008 Received $2 million in federal support through the FAA to support the testbed and engage in NextGen demonstration – Predictive Weather Integrated into the TMA systems using a SWIM platform
present and future
Present and Future
  • 2008 Established a contractual agreement with the FAA through Embry-Riddle
  • Funding goes to consortium for technology demonstrations that accelerate NextGen concepts, as contracted by the FAA
  • Goal is demonstration and evaluation of concepts providing information to the FAA that can lead to implementation
future plans
Future Plans
  • March 11, 2009
    • Next demonstration focuses on International Flight Data Object Sharing
  • 2009 and forward
    • Working with the FAA to establish the next sets of demo for 2009 and 2010
a complex challenge
AIRE

NASA

Integrated

Airport

Green

Approach

Mitre

Planning

Demonstrations &

Ops Evaluation

Research

Many Efforts Underway

A Complex Challenge

Surface

Evaluations

Many Existing or Emerging Solutions

Current National

Airspace Systems

Emerging New Systems

An Integrated Approach is Essential … But How Do We Get There???

slide13
Limitations of Today’s Systems

Oceanic

En Route

Arrival

Departure

A/P Takeoff

A/P Ramp

A/P Ramp

Airlines (AOC)

Today’s System Lacks Common Situational Awareness

A/P Systems

TSA

ATC

A/P Landing

TFM

Unique, Limited Flight

Data Interfaces

Ramp

  • Different System Information, Trajectory and Problem view causes uncertainty & inefficiency
  • Limited Interoperability Between ATC system domains and Airport Stakeholders
  • Unpredictable Results Lead to System Delays and Operational Costs

System Limitations Result in Increased Passenger Delays and Airline Costs

slide14
En Route

Oceanic

En Route

Arrival

TFM

Departure

Airlines

A/P Landing

A/P Takeoff

A/P (Ramp)

A/P (Ramp)

FAA’s NextGen Implementation Plan Makes the Vision Happen

  • High Density Airports
  • Initial Surface Traffic Management
  • Integrated Arrival/Departure Management
  • Trajectory-Based Ops
  • 4D Trajectory Management
  • Capacity and Efficiency Using RNP/RNAV
  • Time-Based Metering
  • Flexible Terminals & Facilities
  • Full Surface Situation Info
  • Optimized Profile Descent
  • Runway Safety Alerting
  • Tower Data Link Taxi Clearance
  • Wind and Wake Procedures

ATC

A/P Systems

TSA

Ramp

We must enable

broad access

to A/P Info!!

ADS-B, Data Communications

SWIM Enablers (Weather, FDO, trajectory)

Terminal Data Distribution

  • Collaborative ATM
  • Flight Plan Constraint Evaluation
  • On-Demand NAS Information
  • Trajectory Flight Data Management
  • Reduce Weather Impact
  • Trajectory-Based Weather Impact Evaluation

NextGen Can Deliver Integrated Operational Improvements and Enablers

That Deliver Operational Benefit

iai planning process
IAI Planning Process
  • Conduct Annual IAI Planning Activity
  • Re-examine the IAI Objectives
    • Objectives
  • Discuss Each Member’s R&D Goals for the year
    • Relative to the IAI Activity
  • Goals are evaluated for common threads
  • Jointly Develop Plan
    • Leverages collective R&D efforts
    • Produce Integrated threads that can be demonstrated
  • Ideally look at 2-5 year activity stream
    • Laboratory demos -> Operational Evals/Trials -> Leave Behind Functions
    • Artifacts
slide16
Integrated Airport Goals

Implement trajectory-based decision-making

Long-term

vision

Leverage industry investment and capability

Solve near-term NAS problems

Build on FAA’s OEP

NextGen

Implementation Plan

Early evaluation leading to operational implementation

Integrate stakeholders via common information sharing

Phased

Evaluation

Approach

slide17
Collaborative, Trajectory-based Flight Planning
  • Recommendation
  • Operational evaluation leading to near-term implementation of oceanic & en route collaborative flight planning
  • Approach
  • Op Evaluation Phases
    • 1. Airline – Oceanic collaboration (A/L files early intent, receives oceanic constraint evaluation)
  • 2. Airline – En Route collaboration (A/L files early intent, receives en route constraint evaluation)
  • 3. Accelerate SWIM to enable Oceanic – En Route trajectory-based exchange and planning
  • Demonstrations and Operational Evaluation leading to near-term implementation
  • Airline, FAA and International ANSP Stakeholder participation
  • Benefits Goal
  • User business-preferred flight profiles (Schedule predictability, fuel savings)
  • Ability to react to system constraint changes (Pre-Flight and during flight) … Maintain Predictability
  • Seamless airspace operations … Enhances flow and reduces delays
  • NextGen Enablers
  • Extends FDO … International FDO interoperability
  • Demonstrates SWIM and Trajectory-Based Enabler benefits
  • Supports user-preferred optimum descent profile planning applications
why does anybody care about demo
Why Does Anybody Care About Demo?
  • Benefits:
  • Initial SWIM-based FDO/trajectory integration (En Route, Oceanic, A/L Flight Planner, Intl ANSP, TFM)
  • User-preferred Pre-Flight Planning (Fuel-Efficiency, predictability) across multiple domains
  • International flight data coordination
  • Consolidate flight plan filing across multiple domains
  • 08 lab scenarios and 09/10 Op Evaluations measure airspace customer benefits relative to baselines
  • FY09 Funding Areas:
  • TBO - Oceanic Tactical Trajectory Mgmt
  • TBO – Trajectory Management Enablers
  • SWIM
  • Key OEP OIs:
  • Oceanic 4D Trajectory Management (D1)
  • Full flight plan constraint evaluation with feedback
  • Key JPDO OIs
  • OI-0304 Improved Collaborative Oceanic Routing (2013) (D1 – first phase))
  • OI-0300 Improved Collaborative Pre-Flight Re-Routing (2012) (D1, D2)
  • OI-0302 Initial Collaborative In-Flight Re-Routing (2013) (D1, D2)
  • Related IWP Investments:
  • IN-0004 TBO Multiple Trajectories 09-11: Multiple FP filed trajectories (D1)
  • IN-0005 TBO Oceanic Collaborative ATM 09: Pre-Dep, collaborative, en route evaluator, TAs (D1)
  • IN-0073 Infrastructure Engineering for TBO (09) (D1)
  • IN-0007 TBO Flight Object and SWIM (09) (D1)
  • IN-0052 Network Facilities NextGen Development Environment (D1, D2, D3)
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Demonstrations

Demo 1: International FDO Collaboration - Transition Path

CY10 (Early Implementation)

CY08 (Lab Demo)

CY09 (Op Eval)

CY11+

Aircraft

DL Coordinated FMS FP

ANSP

Joint U.S. & Europe Planning

NY/Oak/Portugal (Status, FP, Amendments? D1C)

Portugal

Intl ANSP

Collaborative Oceanic Routing

(2013 IOC)

Portugal Ocean SWIM/FDO Integration

NY/Oak?

D1C

NY/Oak Flight Data

ATOP (real) SWIM-enabled CDM

FAA Oceanic

ATOP SWIM/FDO Integration

NY/MIA

EDA/TMA Cross Domain Prototype

D2

D1B

D1A

Florida/LM Labs?

D1C

SWIM Infrastructure

SWIM Infrastructure (Lab)

D1E

D1D

D1A

D1B

Florida/LM Labs?

MIA/JAX

FAA En Route

ERAM SWIM/FDO Integration

ERAM (real) R2 SWIM-enabled CDM

ERAM R2 w/SWIM (Lab proto)

CATM Pre-Flt Re-Route

(2012 IOC)

Florida Test Bed

Florida Test Bed

D1D

D1A

TFM CFP w/SWIM

TFM CFP w/SWIM (Lab proto)

Airline

Flt Planner SWIM/FDO Integration

KLM/AA/UAL FP (or NWA?)

Demo D1D

CFPM

Op Eval

(3rd Q 09)

Demo D2

EDA/TMA Cross

Domain Planning

(See Next Demo 2

Demo D1A

Cross Domain

FDO / Traj

(4th Q 08)

Demo D1B

Oceanic

Constraint Evaluation

(1st Q 09)

Demo D1C

Intl FDO

Exchange

(ANSP)

(2nd Q 09)

Demo D1E

Cross Domain

CDM Op Eval

(3rd Q 10)

  • Objectives
  • Develop International FDO Approach
  • SWIM-Enabled Lab integration (D1A)
  • FDO Trajectory Interoperability Stds
  • (FDO Study Task)
  • 08 Lab Simulation (MIA – Madrid)
  • 08 Lab Simulation (MCO – NWK)
  • Objectives
  • Oceanic CFP Op Eval (D1B)
  • Intl FDO Exchange Op Eval
  • (D1C live Feed)
  • Pre-Dep ER CFP Lab/Op Eval
  • (D1D w/ NY/MCO)
  • Objectives (Deploy)
  • Pre-Departure Oceanic & ER CFP
  • Objectives (OpEval)
  • Oceanic CFPM to evaluate maneuvers
  • (SWIM-based CDM)
  • Cross Domain CFP (D1E)

Spiral 3

Spiral 2

Spiral 1

slide20
An Integrated Systems Approach Can Lead to the Realization of

NextGen Operational Benefits in the Near and Mid Term

embry riddle s nextgen role
Wade Lester

Program Manager

600 South Clyde Morris Blvd

Daytona Beach, FL 32114

lesterw@erau.edu

386-226-6418

Embry-Riddle’s NextGen Role

slide22
Status

Title: Task A – Integration of Weather into TMA and ERAM

Overview: The 2008 demo will show the benefits of providing graphical forecast weather information on ERAM and TMA displays to support the rerouting of aircraft around convective weather.

Participants: FAA, Embry-Riddle, Lockheed-Martin, CSC, Ensco, Boeing, Volpe Center

Funding – $1.81M

Status: The demonstration was conducted November 18, 2008. The final research and analysis is being conducted by ERAU. The final report will be delivered January 31, 2009

Latest Activity: Conducted the demonstration November 18, 2008. Finishing up the last of the research with a final report due at the end of January, 2009.

slide23
Status

Title: Task D – International Flight Data Object Demonstration

Overview: Demonstrate the exchange of Flight Data Objects between international oceanic air traffic control systems. The Flight Data Objects will be passed between the Advanced Technologies and Oceanic Procedures (ATOP) and NAV Portugal’s Sistema Atlântico (SATL) systems.

Participants: FAA, Embry-Riddle, Lockheed-Martin

Funding – $700K

Status: The demonstration was conducted November 18, 2008. The final research and analysis is being conducted by ERAU. The final report will be delivered January 31, 2009

Latest Activity: PMR/TIM #1 was conducted in January. The meetings were held at the DBNTB. Action items are posted on the NextGen Status site.

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