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SESAR and ASAS Opportunity

Bob Graham

EUROCONTROL Experimental Centre

presentation overview
Presentation Overview

SESAR

Concept Focus

Opportunity for ASAS

Challenges to overcome

sesar
SESAR

The objectives of SESAR are to eliminate the fragmented approach to ATM, transform the European ATM system and synchronise the plans and actions of the different partners and federate resources.

SESAR is structured in three major phases:

  • Definition Phase (2005-2008 – complete with delivery of the ATM Master Plan)
  • Completed Development Phase (2008-2013 – under management of the SESAR JU)
  • Started Deployment Phase (2014-2020 – implement the results of the Development Phase)
sesar development joint undertaking
SESAR Development – Joint Undertaking

To manage the development phase a legal entity was created, under European Community law, on 27th of February 2007: The SESAR Joint Undertaking.

The aim of the Joint Undertaking is to ensure the modernisation of the European air traffic management system by federating research & development efforts in the Community.

As such, it will organise and coordinate the development activities of the SESAR project, in accordance with the ATM Master Plan.

WWW.SESARJU.EU

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An example ..

Structuring the conceptAn integrated and concept driven approach

WP16

WPA / B / C

WP9 / 11

WP7 / 13

WP4 / 10

ToC

ToD

WP5 / 10

WP5 / 10

WP8 / 14

WP6 / 12

WP6 / 12

integrated high performance atm
Integrated High Performance ATM
  • Three key enablers: Time, Arrival Runway based and globally agreed 4D Trajectory definition. And …..
    • A clear focus on safety, efficiency, predictability and reduced emissions;
    • An agreed common “Time” reference to match the need for precise predictability at the arrival runway with the Airport airside turn-around integrated into ATM;
    • Globally defined and agreed 4D trajectory exchange format;
    • Common shared data and information network providing for collaboration between partners;
    • Strategically and tactically planned business from gate to gate based on collaboratively agreed business/mission trajectory;
    • Establishment of ATM as an enterprise system where airspace users participates as performance partners and the aircraft is fully integrated into as a component of the system.

“… and the aircraft is fully integrated as a

component of the system.”

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Dynamic

DCB

TBO

UDPP

Turn

Around

NOP

SWIM

CTA

ADD

AWO

CDA

CCD

Tailored

TMA

i-RWY

An example ..

Performance

Based

Operations

TBO 2

Structuringthe conceptAn incremental approach

DCB – Dynamic Demand Capacity Balancing

CTA – Controlled Time of Arrival

ADD – Aircraft derived Data

CDA – Continuous Descent Arrival

CCD – Continuous Climb Departure

i-RWY – Integrated Runway Management

TBO 1

Trajectory Based

Operations

S

T

E

P

2

Time Based

Operations

S

T

E

P

1

TBO – Trajectory Based Operations

NOP – Network Operations Plan

AWO – All Weather Operations

UDPP – User Defined Priority Process

2009

2012

2017

2020

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ToC

ToD

Arrival Slot

Departure Slot

ASAS:

ATSA SURF

ASPA S&M

ATSA ITP

Structuring the conceptTimeBased Operations

An example ..

High Level Free Routing

User Preferred Routing

Dynamic Demand & Capacity Balancing

“Rolling” Network Operations Plan

Initial 4D Operations

Controlled Time of Arrival

Data Link – Aircraft Derived Data

Integrated Arrival and

Departure Management

Continuous

Climb

Departure

P-RNAV & RNP

Vortex

Departure

Separations &

Cross wind operations

Continuous Descent Arrival

Time Based Spacing

Vortex

Spacing

Advanced

Flexible Use of Airspace

Low Visibility Procedures

Turnaround

Brake to Vacate

Routing

> 2012

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ToC

ToD

ASAS:

ASEP S&M

ASEP C&P

ASEP ITP

Structuring the conceptTrajectoryBased Operations

An example ..

An example ..

Free Routing between TOC & TOD

Flexible : Dynamic military airspace

Dynamic ATFM using the RBT

Network Operations Plan integrated with SWIM

Trajectory Based Operations

Reference Business & Mission Trajectories

Trajectories revised by Data Link

Tailored Terminal Airborne and Ground Operations

Performance based navigation

with trajectory “tubes”

Conflict Free trajectory clearances

for pre-defined segments - PTC

Multi Airport arrival &

departure Management

Multiple Trajectory

Constraints

Gate, Surface and Runway

management is integrated

User Defined

Priority Process

Network Wide Management using Shared and Business trajectories

Supported by air ground exchanges and SWIM.

> 2017

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ASAS:

SSEP

Structuringthe conceptPerformanceBased Operations

An example ..

An example ..

Free Routing between TMA

Dynamic military mobile areas

Airspace Continuum & Two Categories

Network Operations Plan integrated with SWIM

Trajectory Based Operations

User Preferred Trajectories

Trajectory Management Requirements

and full SWIM enable the Business

Trajectory and dynamic Network

Operations Plan

Integrated Multi Airport arrivals

and “tubes in space”

Pilot manages time

based and vortex

spacing

User Defined Priority Process

LVP with Synthetic Vision

Systems

LVP with Synthetic Vision

Systems

> 2020

asas opportunity in the concept
ASAS Opportunity: In the concept

Service Level 0 & 1 (to 2012)

  • ATSAW in flight and on the surface
  • ATSA: ITP and ATSA: VSA
  • Manual ASAS S&M

Service Level 2 & 3

  • ASPA: S&M (2015)
  • ASEP: ITP (2020)

Service Level 4& 5 (2020+)

  • ASEP: C&P
  • ASEP: Self-Sep
asas opportunity in the work programme
ASAS Opportunity: In the Work Programme

We can anticipate continuation or new projects on the following:

ATSA: ITP Trials

ATSA: ITP & ASEP – ITP (Oceanic in trail procedures)

ASEP: Cooperative Separation

ASEP: Self Separation in Mixed Mode

ASEP: Separation Task in En Route Trajectory based environment

ASEP: Compatibility between 4D Contract and ASAS Self Separation

ASPA: S&M

and

ASAS Airport related separation minima

(Setting targets for possible reductions in selected separations based upon enablers and technological improvements such as RNP, RSP, ASAS, etc.)

asas opportunity initial weighting on sesar early benefits
ASAS Opportunity:Initial Weighting on SESAR early benefits

EC Council CommunicationOctober 2008

The SESAR JU is encouraged to “to identify, at an early stage, existing and validated technical solutions that can serve as a basis for early deployment to secure early benefits.”

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Maturity

Requirements and Standards Processes are applied

  • ASAS TN –ongoing maturity assessment
    • Highest: ADS-B-NRA (operational Australia)
    • Lowest: ASEP-VC&P
    • Fastest: ASPA-S&M (UPS M&S operational approval)
  • This symposium will report what has to be done

ASAS Opportunity:Maturity & Process already applied

Maturity

e.g. ATC surveillance in non-radar areas

challenges to overcome
Challenges to Overcome
  • Compatibility & Co-existence of concepts e.g. Trajectory Based Operations
  • Cost & Benefit – the economic climate
  • Global interoperability
  • The killer application to break the ice? S&M?
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I wonder, in our ASAS TN meeting in Rome, 2013 …

what will we be saying?

Thank You