slide1 n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Overview of existing ROMATSA ATM system and plans for the future PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Overview of existing ROMATSA ATM system and plans for the future

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 37

Overview of existing ROMATSA ATM system and plans for the future - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 126 Views
  • Uploaded on

Overview of existing ROMATSA ATM system and plans for the future. Summary. C ore activities F acts and figures S trategic axes O perational concept S trategic Action Lines ATM - m ain o bjectives CNS - m ain o bjectives Communication Systems Modernization

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Overview of existing ROMATSA ATM system and plans for the future' - keefe


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
summary
Summary
  • Core activities
  • Facts and figures
  • Strategic axes
  • Operational concept
  • Strategic Action Lines
    • ATM - main objectives
    • CNS - main objectives
      • Communication Systems Modernization
      • Navigation Systems Modernization
      • Survellaince Systems Modernization

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

slide3

Core activities

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

e volution of the en route unit rate 2007 2011

Facts and figures

Evolution of the en-route unit rate 2007– 2011

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

September 24, 2012

4

slide5

Facts and figures

Evolution of the en-route chargeable service units 2007– 2011

Traffic in Romania increased by 3.96% during Summer 2011 (May to October), when compared to Summer 2009

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

evolution of the en route chargeable service units btwn 2008 2011 compared to 2007
Evolution of the en-route chargeable service units btwn 2008-2011 compared to 2007

Facts and figures

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

slide7

STATFOR traffic forecast

for 2011 – 2015

800,000

Romania - Annual IFR Movements

700,000

600,000

500,000

IFR flights

400,000

IFR movements - Actuals

300,000

IFR movements - Baseline forecast

200,000

IFR movements - High forecast

IFR movements - Low forecast

100,000

0

2006 A

2007 A

2008 A

2009 A

2010 A

2011 F

2012 F

2013 F

2014 F

2015 F

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

slide8

Strategic axes

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

slide9

Operational Concept

  • 1 ACC in BUCHAREST ATC Center
      • Transfer of en-route activity from CONSTANTA ATC Center to BUCHAREST ATC Center (finalized 2010)
      • Transfer of en-route activity from ARAD ATC Center to BUCHAREST ATC Center (2012)
  • Establish CONSTANTA Terminal control area and

APP CONSTANTA Traffic Unit - (finalized 2010)

  • Establish ARAD Terminal control area and

APP ARAD Traffic Unit - (finalized Mar. 2012)

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

9

September24, 2012

slide10

Operational Concept

  • Redesign and equip APP in BUCHAREST ATC Center for the necessary infrastructure - (finalized Apr. 2012)
  • APP CLUJ in BUCHAREST ATC Center - (2013)
  • FIC upgrade in FIR/ Bucharest ATC Center
slide11

Operational Concept

  • Provision of means and procedures for special situations to facilitate the transfer of the entire en-route activity to ACC Bucharest
    • Establishment of CR1 (Contingency Room) in Bucharest TDS Room
    • Establishment of CR2 by agreement with MoD

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

11

September24, 2012

slide12

Operational Concept

  • 16 TWRs
  • 3 APPs
  • 1 ACC in 2 ATC centers
  • 4 ARO/BRIEFING offices
  • Aeronautical MET Services:
  • 16 MET offices
  • 13 MET Self Briefing offices
  • 1 MET Watch Center
slide13

Strategic action lines

Strategic action lines

Single European Sky & DANUBE FAB

Single European Sky & DANUBE FAB

Organization and flexible use of the airspace

Performance of the provision of the air navigation services

Pro-active cooperation in ANS domain

Interoperability

OBJECTIVES

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

slide14

Strategic action lines

ATM – Main objectives

ATM – main objectives

ATM2015+

  • According to:
  • Interoperability of the ATM ROMATSA System
  • ROMATSA 2015+ ATM System

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

slide15

LRBBCTA - Capacity profile and demand

200

180

160

140

120

100

80

60

40

20

0

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

183

183

183

183

183

2011-2015 Reference Capacity Profile

106

113

120

126

133

141

Demand / Shortest Routes - Peak 3

108

115

121

127

135

142

Demand / Current Routes - Peak 3

119

126

133

141

149

156

Demand / Shortest Routes - Peak 1

183

Capacity Baseline

Strategic action lines

Capacity

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

slide16

“Save one minute” initiative

“DIRECT TO”

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

slide17

“Save one minute” initiative

“Direct to“ – Estimated Savings

Daily total savings (estimated)

Yearly average savings (estimated)

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

slide18

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

As of February 2015, the modernized ground-air-ground communication infrastructure will allow the use of the data-link services (CPDLC) on route and in the terminal areas based on VDL mode 2 protocol in accordance with the operational requirements and specifications developed in this respect

  • DATA LINK PROJECT
  • Elaboration of operational concept
    • Elaboration of operational, technical and safety requirements
    • Fast-time and real-time simulations
    • Elaboration of technical project
    • Safety analysis
    • Staff training
    • Integration and putting into service of system

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

September24, 2012

18

slide19
by 2015 a new modernization stage, started in 2010, for the ROMATSA Comm. Network (STcR) will be finalized

The ROMATSA Comm. Network Project (STcR) started in 2000, in order to

Enable full compliant ATM services over a multiservice converged network which integrates voice (including VoIP) and data communications, securely and reliably

Easily manage communications network:

one network instead of multiple separate networks

one technology instead of multiple technologies

Dramatically cutting costs and enhance flexibility and manageability of communications services

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

CNS – main objectives

CNS – main objectives

  • Communicationsystems modernization

ground-air-ground communications

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

19

September24, 2012

slide20

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

  • Communicationsystems modernization

ground-air-ground communications

  • The STcR:
    • Was Carefully designed and tested together with awarded high quality solution providers (Cisco Gold Partner)
    • Is a Mature (in terms of proven performances and safety) network technologies and equipments used
    • Continuously monitored and enhanced for better performance and higher safety in operation
  • by 2015 the VCSS in the Bucharest ATC Center will be modernized to support VoIP
  • By 2015 new VHF equipments will be installed in all en-route sites to support VoIP
slide21
IP core network transporting data and voice is supported by ccommunication services leased from

2 national carriers and the 3rd one will be operational in 2013

Main IP network nodes are connected in mesh topology, using 2Mbps links, in order to improve redundancy

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

21

September24, 2012

slide22
New modernization stage of STcR creates:

Two level for communication process:

Backbone level: routers for WAN level data exchange between the main network nodes.

Access level: routers for data exchange between the backbone and the final users voice, RADAR, DPS, AFTN, LAN, MET andothers.

Higher flexibility in order to:

Increase internal data processing capacity

Improve availability, safety and security by reducing the number of tasks/router. Less task unavailable in case of router failure.

Simple maintenance procedures.

Increase flexibility to add new dedicated functionalities regarding security and monitoring for backbone routers, like: intrusion detection, network traffic analysis, Firewall.

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

Backbone

Core level

Access level

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

22

September24, 2012

slide23
ATC Ground-Ground leased lines for ACC Bucharest

CDZ Bucharest:

1 MFC analog - Lviv (BACAU and NAPOC sectors)

1xE1 link Sofia (MFC, Radar, OLDI, AFTN, others)

1 Sofia + 1 Varna (old analog line)

1 Budapest (old analog line)

1x64kbps (modem) Odessa OLDI

1x64kbps Chisinau Radar data (via Bacau)

CDZ Constanta:

1 MFC analog - Chisinau (BACAU and DINSI sectors)

1 MFC analog - Odessa (DINSI sector)

1 MFC analog - Simferopol (DINSI sector)

1xE1 link Varna(MFC, Radar, OLDI, AFTN, others)

CDZ Arad:

1 MFC analog Belgrad

1xE1 link Budapest: 2 MFC (2x64kbp channels), OLDI and Radar

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

  • Communicationsystems modernization

ground-air-ground communications

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

23

September24, 2012

slide24

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

  • Communicationsystems modernization

ground-air-ground communications

  • ROMATSA PROPOSALS for International voice & datalinks between ROMATSA, MoldATSA and UkSATSE in order to improve support for MFC, AFTN, OLDI and radar data exchange:
    • Installation of the main and back-up digital circuits (2Mbps or nx64kbps circuits) between ANSPs and ROMATSA
    • Establish necessary communication equipment (other than that provided by the telecom company) to implement new digital circuits and links between ACCs.
    • Digital circuits cost analysis
    • LoA amendments to include digital circuits support for voice and data (OLDI, and radar)
    • Analysis of the possibility to use existent digital infrastructure with common neighbors (Hungary, Slovakia, Bulgaria) as back-up for the new digital lines.

September24, 2012

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

24

slide25

SAR – Search and rescue

SAR – Search and rescue

Communication

Communication

ROMATSA SAR COMMUNICATION ARHITECTURE

25

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

September 24, 2012

slide26

SAR – Search and rescue

IT

ROMATSA SAR

IT ARHITECTURE

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

26

September24, 2012

slide27
RNAV Infrastructure development for PBN (DVOR/DME):

ROMATSA has implemented appropriate terrestrial navigation infrastructure to support en-route and TMA RNAV operations.

In order to improve DME-DME coverage:

in the center of Romania (Cluj TMA), 4 new en-route DME systems were installed in 2011.

in the Eastern part of Romania, 2 new en-route DME systems are planned to be installed in 2012 and 2013 in Iasi and Bacau.

In order to maintain availability of existing VOR/DME systems ROMATSA planned to replace:

By 2013, last 2 CVOR/DME systems with new DVOR/DME systems

By 2015, 9 old DVOR/DME with new DVOR/DME systems

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

  • NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

27

September24, 2012

slide28

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

  • NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION
    • In 2011 ROMATSA and BULATSA has signed an agreement on shared use of radio navigation aids for area navigation between Romania and Bulgaria.
    • Future development of the Romanian en-route NAV infrastructure will be designed at DANUBE FAB level.
  • In order to rationalize NAV aids infrastructure for PBN, ROMATSA:
    • Planned for withdraw all NDBs for en-route, by 2013
    • Replaced in 2011, 20 NDBs for terminal navigation services. The NDB systems were replaced in order to maintain non-precision back-up procedures for approach and landing.
    • 4 old NDB systems for terminal navigation services will be withdrawn in 2013.

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

28

September24, 2012

slide29

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

  • NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION

29

September24, 2012

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

slide30

Strategic action lines

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

CNS – main objectives

SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM MODERNIZATION - Schedule

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

September 24, 2012

30

slide31
A-SMGCS system at Otopeni TWR

Mode S radars sensors - installed

Improve radar coverage – multilateration - installed

Optimize the protection of radar data supplied by civil and military radar sensors in civil and military coordination systems

Improve the surveillance service using ADS-B type solutions

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

  • SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM MODERNIZATION

September24, 2012

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

31

slide32
ROMATSA has 8 radars:

3 MSSR Mode S Radars

4MSSR Mode A/C Radars

1 PSR/MSSR Mode A/C Radar

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

  • Surveillance system - infrastructure

Bucharest

Constanta

Arad

The three radars became operational in 2012

Buciumeni – 1994

Topolog - 1994

Bacau - 2000

Cluj - 2000

Otopeni – 1994/2000

32

September24, 2012

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

slide33
ROMATSA also installed a Wide Area Multilateration System (WAM TRANSYLVANIA) which became operational from 2012

WAM system provides radar coverage for the new Cluj TMA which is located in central part of Romania between the Carpathian Mountains.

Difficult terrain and layout of Cluj, Târgu Mureş and Sibiu airports,situated in the lowlands between hills, necessitated the adoption of a multilateration solution to ensure operational requirements at very low altitudes, practically from the runway level.

Strategic action lines

CNS – main objectives

  • Surveillance system - infrastructure

33

September24, 2012

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

slide34

New CLUJ TMA

34

September24, 2012

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

wam coverage at fl 100 for cluj tma
WAM COVERAGE at FL 100 for CLUJ TMA

35

September24, 2012

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

radar data sharing
To fulfill the multiple radar coveragerequirements in order to ensure 5 NM separation, ROMATSA concluded bilateral agreements to exchange radar data with:

SERBIA – LOA 2012

HUNGARY – LOA 2010

MOLDOVA - LOA 2005

BULGARIA – LOA 2005

and

Romanian Air Force – LOA 2007

RADAR DATA SHARING

36

September24, 2012

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV

slide37

www.romatsa.ro

ROMATSA Presentation

KISHINEV