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PMA209 Industry Day 2013. Patuxent River, MD In Support of Fleet Requirements. Naval Aviation ~ Navigation & Surveillance. NAVIR PUBLIC RELEASE 2013-726 Distribution Statement A "Approved for public release distribution is unlimited”. Dave Staso PMA209F3

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naval aviation navigation surveillance

PMA209 Industry Day 2013

PatuxentRiver, MD

In Support of Fleet Requirements

Naval Aviation ~Navigation & Surveillance

NAVIR PUBLIC RELEASE 2013-726

Distribution Statement A

"Approved for public release

distribution is unlimited”

Dave Staso

PMA209F3

Capability Manager for Navigation & Sensors

29 August 2013

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CNS/ATM & NextGen Roadmap

  • Strategies
  • Discussion / Take-aways
  • POC’s

Outline

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cns atm functionalities required for airspace inclusion
CNS/ATM FunctionalitiesRequired for Airspace Inclusion

More Signals in the

Same Spectrum…

ADS-B (Out)

Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast

Air Surveillance using ADS-B self reports

More Air Traffic in the

Same Airspace...

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NAVAIR Public Release 2013-152

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CNS/ATM, NextGen and Timeline

DATACOMM

RNAV/RNP

  • Digital Clearances
  • D-ATIS
  • Dynamic Traffic Management
  • (Re-routes)
  • Precision GPS Performance-based Navigation
  • Optimized Departures, Routing, Arrivals and Approaches

ADS-B

  • Surveillance Expanded Beyond Radar Limitations
  • Improved Separation Management
  • ADS-B Assisted Visual Separation

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Cooperative Surveillance

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NAVAIR Public Release 2013-152

faa ads b out requirement for the national airspace 1 jan 2020
FAA ADS-B (Out) Requirement for the National Airspace (1 Jan 2020)

> FL600 (ADS-B not required)

10,000’

MCAS Miramar

NAS North Island

JRB Fort WorthJRB New Orleans

NAS Pensacola

NAS Whiting

NAS Whidbey Island

NAS Norfolk

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precision approach comparison
Precision Approach Comparison

Unaugmented PPS GPS is not a reachable option right now…

but could be in the future…

It requires improved algorithms to increase Reliability, Integrity & Availability

Tactical vs. Civil precision approach capability

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approach minima vertical info provides stabilized descent guidance to landing threshold
Approach Minimavertical info provides stabilized descent guidance to landing threshold

Missed Approach Point

Runway Threshold

Final Approach Fix

460’-500’ above runway

No vertical Guidance

LNAV Minimum Descent Altitude

250’-460’ above runway

Vertical Guidance to Threshold

LNAV/VNAV Decision Altitude

LPV Decision Altitude

200’ above runway

Vertical Guidance to Threshold

(Cat 1 ILS equivalent)

CAT 2 ILS Decision Altitude

100’ above runway

Vertical Guidance to Touchdown

CAT 3 ILS Rollout

Vertical Guidance

to touchdown

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LPV VNAV is an extension of RNP RNAV

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us airports with waas lpv instrument approaches 23 @ usmc usn air stations
US Airports with WAAS LPV Instrument Approaches23 @ USMC/USN Air Stations

NAS Whidbey: (2)

NAS Oceana: (4)

MCAS Cherry Point: (4)

MCAS New River: (2)

MCAS Miramar: (2)

MCAS Beaufort: (4)

NAF El Centro: (2)

Current LPV status located at:

http://www.faa.gov/nextgen/flashmap/

JRB New Orleans: (1)

JRB Fort Worth: (2)

Source: http://www.faa.gov/about/office_org/headquarters_offices/ato/service_units/techops/navservices/gnss/approaches/view/lpvLocations.cfm

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assumptions on integration of waas lpv
Assumptions on Integration of WAAS LPV
  • SBAS enabled LPV requires RNP RNAV
  • SBAS enabled LPV Primarily a SW upgrade
  • Suitable GPS Receiver installed in platform prior to LPV which LPV can leverage
  • GPS Receiver SBAS Upgrade NRE is independent and must occur prior to LPV OFP changes in platforms
    • Military GPS Receiver Manufacturers
    • MAGR2K common (MV-22B, AV-8B, MH-53E)
  • Existing GPS antennas and antenna electronics are compatible with SBAS
  • If Synced with RNP RNAV, MC SW costs approximately 1/3 of new start

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slide12

Overlaying Capabilities

Across Avionics Components

RNP RNAV NAVWAR JPALS/WAAS LPV ADS-B OUT ADS-B IN MCAC

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Summary

    • Only XXXX days till ADS-B (Out) Mandate
    • ADS-B(In) Requirements not firmed up yet
    • VOR & TACAN draw down nationwide to Minimum Operational Network (MON)
    • Required Navigation Performance Area Navigation (RNP RNAV) integration
    • DATACOMM to report aircraft status back to air traffic control
    • CNS/ATM is evolving into NextGen
    • Globally, airspace exclusion or operational restrictions for manned and unmanned platforms are occurring for non-capable aircraft
    • Precision approach radars are being phased out, new capabilities are required for the futureWe are working with PMA213 on the path forward
  • Military and civil aviation are intrinsically different from each other in their nature and functions. However, both operate in the same air traffic management environment and use “Common” airspace.
  • CNS/ATM continues to provide Global Access today and serves as a framework for new military capabilities for navigating “Safely” in both civil and military airspace.

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