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  1. ICAO Aviation System Block Upgrades (ASBU) and SWIM/AMHS Present by AEROTHAI AMHS / SWIM Workshop 5-6 March 2012 Chiang Mai, Thailand SP/14 1

  2. List of Contents • The concept of ASBU • Who is involved? • What is actually an Aviation System Block Upgrade? • Module, Block, Thread, PIA • Global Air Navigation Plan & ASBU 2

  3. List of Contents • ASBU & SWIM • B1-31, B2-31, etc. • ASBU & AMHS • B0-30, B0-25, etc. • Summary – Why ASBU is useful for us? • Summary – What can we do now? 3

  4. The concept of ASBU • ASBU stands for Aviation System Block Upgrades • Excerpt from the ASBU Working Document • “…ICAO therefore initiated the “Aviation System Block Upgrades” initiative as a programmatic framework that • develops a set of air traffic management (ATM) solutions or upgrades, • takes advantage of current equipage, • establishes a transition plan, and • enables global interoperability….” 4

  5. The concept of ASBU • The concept of block upgrades comes from existing implementation plans and initiatives in many regions of the world. • Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) from the US • Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) from the Europe • Collaborative Actions for Renovation of Air Traffic Systems (CARATS) programs from Japan • Others 5

  6. The concept of ASBU • ASBU composes of a suite of “modules” with the following characteristics: • clearly-defined measurable operational improvement and success metric; • Necessary equipment and/or systems in aircraft and on ground along with an operational approval or certification plan; • Standards and procedures for both airborne and ground systems; and • A positive business case over A a clearly defined period of time. 6

  7. The concept of ASBU • ASBU will include the development of technology roadmaps, to ensure that standards are mature and to facilitate synchronized implementation between air and ground systems and between regions. The ultimate goal is to achieve global interoperability. 7

  8. The concept of ASBU • ASBU are organized in five-year time “Block” increments starting in 2013 through 2028 and beyond. • ASBU will be formalized at the Twelfth Air Navigation Conference, in November 2012 8

  9. Who is involved?? • “EVERYBODY” • Stakeholders include: • Governing body e.g. ICAO, PIRGs, etc. • Service Providers • Regulators • Airspace Users • Manufacturers 9

  10. What is actually an Aviation System Block Upgrade?? • A Block Upgrade has 4 components: • Module – A deployable package (performance) or capability • Thread – A series of dependent modules across the block upgrades. • Block – A block is made up of modules that when combined enable significant improvements and provide access to benefits • Performance Improvement Area (PIA) – An executive view of the intended evolution of modules in each Block that provide operational and performance objectives. 10

  11. Summary of Blocks Upgrade 11

  12. Sample – Block 0 Modules (Near-term) B0-65 B0-75 B0-25 B0-30 B0-10 B0-101 B0-05 B0-40 12

  13. Sample – Block 0 Modules(Near-term) • PIA 1 Greener Airport • B0-65 Optimization of approach procedures including vertical guidance. • B0-75 Improved Runway Safety • PIA 2 Globally Interoperable Systems and Data • B0-25 Increased Interoperability, Efficiency and Capacity through Ground-Ground Integration. • B0-30 Service Improvement through Digital Aeronautical Information Management 13

  14. Sample – Block 0 Modules (Near-term) • PIA 3 Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights • B0-10 Improved Operations through Enhanced En-Route Trajectories • B0-101 ACAS Improvements • PIA 4 Efficient Flight Path • B0-05 Improved Flexibility and Efficiency in Descent Profiles (CDOs) • B0-40 Improved Safety and Efficiency through the initial application of Data Link En-Route 14

  15. Threads & Block B1-30 B2-31 B0-30 PIA 2 Parallel Progress B1-31 B2-25 Parallel Progress B0-25 B1-25 PIA 3 B1-105 Related to PIA 4 B0-40

  16. Blocks Timeframe 16

  17. Performance Improvement Area (PIA) Greener Airports Globally Interoperable Systems and Data – through Globally Interoperable System-Wide Information Management (SWIM) Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights – through Global Collaborative ATM Efficient Flight Path – through Trajectory Based Operations 17

  18. Block 0 In Perspective 18

  19. Global Air Navigation Plan & ASBU • Global Air Navigation Plan (GANP) is a strategic document in enhancing the efficiency of air navigation systems. • GANP contains guidance for systems improvement in the near- and medium-term. • For Long-term initiatives, the GANP must be updated once such concepts are matured. • ICAO aims for the ASBU initiative to be the global approach for GANP. 19

  20. ASBU & SWIM • System-Wide Information Management (SWIM) is a critical component in order to achieve ASBU PIA 2 - Globally Interoperable Systems and Data • SWIM implementation is designated in Block 1 and Block 2 of the ASBU : • B1-31, B2-31 and B2-25 • Relationship (thread) with other modules are not completely developed yet. 20

  21. ASBU & AMHS • AMHS/ATN is the network and application for exchange of digital information. • AMHS systems are being deployed around the world. • AMHS and ATN can be considered as elements contributing to modules in Block 0 (Near-term) of the ASBU : • B0-25, B0-30 and B0-40. 21

  22. Related Modules • Some modules are pre-requisite of the SWIM-related modules • B1-30, B1-25 and B1-105 22

  23. ASBU – SWIM / AMHS related Blocks Block 0 Block 1 Block 2 B1-30 B2-31 B0-30 PIA 2 Parallel Progress B1-31 B2-25 Parallel Progress B0-25 B1-25 PIA 3 B1-105 Related to PIA 4 B0-40 23

  24. ASBU & SWIM • SWIM implementation is designated in Block 1 and Block 2 of the ASBU : • B1-31 Performance Improvement through the application of SWIM • B2-31 Enabling Airborne Participation in Corroborative ATM through SWIM • B2-25 Improved Coordination through multi-centre Ground-Ground Integration: (SWIM + Other components) 24

  25. B1-31 Performance Improvement through the application of SWIM • Implementation of SWIM services (applications and infrastructure) creating the aviation intranet based on standard data models, and internet-based protocols to maximize interoperability 25

  26. B1-31 Performance Improvement through the application of SWIM 26

  27. Block 0 Block 1 Block 2 B1-30 B2-31 B0-30 PIA 2 Parallel Progress B1-31 B2-25 Parallel Progress B0-25 B1-25 PIA 3 B1-105 Related to PIA 4 B0-40 27

  28. B1-31 Performance Improvement through the application of SWIM 28

  29. B2-31 Enabling Airborne Participation in collaborative ATM through SWIM • This module allows the aircraft to be fully connected as an information node in SWIM, enabling full participation in collaborative ATM processes with access to voluminous dynamic data including meteorology. This will start with non-safety critical exchanges supported by commercial data links. The applications of this module are integrated into the processes and the information infrastructure which had evolved over the previous blocks. 29

  30. B2-31 Enabling Airborne Participation in collaborative ATM through SWIM 30

  31. Block 0 Block 1 Block 2 B1-30 B2-31 B0-30 PIA 2 Parallel Progress B1-31 B2-25 Parallel Progress B0-25 B1-25 PIA 3 B1-105 Related to PIA 4 B0-40 31

  32. B2-31 Enabling Airborne Participation in collaborative ATM through SWIM 32

  33. B2-25 Improved Coordination through multi-centre G-G Integration • B2-31 Improved Coordination through multi-centre Ground-Ground Integration: (FF-ICE/1 and Flight Object, SWIM) • FF-ICE supporting Trajectory based Operations through exchange and distribution of information for multicentre operations using Flight Object implementation and Interoperability (IOP) standards. • Extension of use of FF-ICE after departure supporting Trajectory based Operations. New system interoperability standards will support the sharing in ATM services that could involve more then two ATSUs. 33

  34. B2-25 Improved Coordination through multi-centre G-G Integration 34

  35. B2-25 Improved Coordination through multi-centre G-G Integration 35

  36. Block 0 Block 1 Block 2 B1-30 B2-31 B0-30 PIA 2 Parallel Progress B1-31 B2-25 Parallel Progress B0-25 B1-25 PIA 3 B1-105 Related to PIA 4 B0-40 36

  37. B2-25 Improved Coordination through multi-centre G-G Integration 37

  38. ASBU & AMHS • AMHS and ATN can be considered as elements contributing to modules in Block 0 (Near-term) of the ASBU : • B0-30 Digital AIM – using AIXM and possible AMHS • B0-25 Ground-Ground Integration – using AIDC and possible AMHS + ATN • B0-40 Initial Application of data link En-route – using ATN + Other A/G app such as CPDLC, ADS-C 38

  39. B0-30 Service Improvement through Digital AIM • B0-30 Service Improvement through Digital Aeronautical Information Management • Initial introduction of digital processing and management of information, by the implementation of AIS/AIM making use of AIXM, moving to electronic AIP and better quality and availability of data. 39

  40. B0-30 Service Improvement through Digital AIM 40

  41. Block 0 Block 1 Block 2 B1-30 B2-31 B0-30 PIA 2 Parallel Progress B1-31 B2-25 Parallel Progress B0-25 B1-25 PIA 3 B1-105 Related to PIA 4 B0-40 41

  42. B0-30 Service Improvement through Digital AIM 42

  43. B0-25 Ground-Ground Integration • Increased Interoperability, Efficiency and Capacity through Ground-Ground Integration • This module supports the coordination between Air Traffic Service Units (ATSU) based using ATS Interfacility Data Communication (AIDC) defined by ICAO Doc 9694 . • It permits also the transfer of communication in data-link environment in particular for Oceanic ATSU. It is a first step in the ground-ground integration 43

  44. B0-25 Ground-Ground Integration 44

  45. Block 0 Block 1 Block 2 B1-30 B2-31 B0-30 PIA 2 Parallel Progress B1-31 B2-25 Parallel Progress B0-25 B1-25 PIA 3 B1-105 Related to PIA 4 B0-40 45

  46. B0-25 Ground-Ground Integration 46

  47. B0-40 initial application of Data Link En-Route • B0-40 Improved Safety and Efficiency through the initial application of Data Link En-Route • Implementation of an initial set of data link applications for surveillance and communications in ATC. • ADS-C, CPDLC, etc. 47

  48. B0-40 initial application of Data Link En-Route 48

  49. B0-40 initial application of Data Link En-Route 49

  50. Block 0 Block 1 Block 2 B1-30 B2-31 B0-30 PIA 2 Parallel Progress B1-31 B2-25 Parallel Progress B0-25 B1-25 PIA 3 B1-105 Related to PIA 4 B0-40 50