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PBN Manual-Awareness and Implementation. Dave VanNess Implementation and Resource Development Coordinator Performance Based Navigation Programme ICAO, Montreal. PBN Manual, Volume I Concept and Implementation guidance. Part A - The PBN concept Description of PBN Airspace concepts

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pbn manual awareness and implementation

PBN Manual-Awareness and Implementation

Dave VanNess

Implementation and Resource Development Coordinator

Performance Based Navigation Programme

ICAO, Montreal

pbn manual volume i concept and implementation guidance
PBN Manual, Volume IConcept and Implementation guidance
  • Part A - The PBN concept
    • Description of PBN
    • Airspace concepts
    • Stakeholder uses of PBN
  • Part B - Implementation guidance
    • Introduction to implementation processes
    • Process 1: determine requirements
    • Process 2: Identifying ICAO nav spec for implementation
    • Process 3: Planning and implementation
    • Guidelines for development of a new Nav spec
  • Attachments
    • A - RNAV systems
    • B - Data processes
pbn manual volume i part a the pbn concept

Require on-board

performance monitoring

+ alerting

Do not require on-board

performance monitoring

+ alering

PBN Manual, Volume I, Part AThe PBN concept
  • PBN specifies RNAV system performance i.e. accuracy, integrity, continuity, availability + functionality; - written up innavigation specifications

This is different than the RNP concept, which stressed navigation accuracy and ‘stopped’ at required performance.However, PBN is anchored in detailed navigation specifications, which contain performanceand functionality requirements.

RNAV X specifications

RNP X specifications

pbn manual volume i part b implementation guidance
PBN Manual, Volume I, Part B Implementation guidance
  • Introduction to implementation processes
  • Process 1: determine requirements
  • Process 2: Identifying ICAO Nav spec for implementation
  • Process 3: Planning and implementation
  • Guidelines for development of a new Nav spec
pbn manual vol i part b guidelines for development of a new nav spec
PBN Manual, Vol I, Part BGuidelines for development of a new nav spec
  • Step 1: Feasibility assessment and business case
  • Step 2: Development of nav spec
  • Step 3: Identification and development of associated ICAO provisions
  • Step 4: Safety assessment
  • Step 5: Follow up
pbn manual volume ii implementing rnav and rnp
PBN manualVolume II – Implementing RNAV and RNP
  • Part A - General
    • Introduction
    • On-board Performance Monitoring and Alerting (OPMA)
    • Safety Assessment considerations
  • Part B – Implementing RNAV
    • Implementing RNAV 10 (RNP 10)
    • Implementing RNAV 5
    • Implementing RNAV 1 and RNAV 2
  • Part C – Implementing RNP
    • Implementing RNP 4
    • Implementing RNP 2 (TBD)
    • Implementing basic RNP 1
    • Implementing advanced RNP (TBD)
    • Implementing RNP Approach
    • Implementing RNP AR Approach
  • Attachment – Baro-VNAV
pbn manual volume ii part b and c navigation specification contents
PBN Manual, Volume II, Part B and CNavigation Specification contents
  • X.1 Introduction
  • X.2 ANSP considerations
  • X.3 Navigation Specification
  • X.4 References
pbn manual volume ii part b and c x 2 ansp considerations
PBN Manual, Volume II, Part B and CX.2 ANSP considerations
  • X.2.1 Navaid Infrastructure
  • X.2.2 Communications/ATS surveillance
  • X.2.3 Obstacle Clearance and route spacing
  • X.2.4 Additional considerations
  • X.2.5 Publication
  • X.2.6 Controller training
  • X.2.7 Status monitoring
  • X.2.8 ATS System monitoring
pbn manual volume ii part b and c x 3 navigation specification
PBN Manual, Volume II, Part B and CX.3 Navigation Specification
  • X.3.1 Background
  • X.3.2 Approval process
  • X.3.3 Aircraft requirements
  • X.3.4 Operating procedures
  • X.3.5 Pilot knowledge and training
  • X.3.6 Navigation database
  • X.3.7 Oversight of operators
time schedule pbn manual release
Time schedulePBN manual release
  • March 07: Final draft of PBN manual on ICAO-net
  • March 07: Distribution of State Letter with navigation specs
  • January 08: inclusion of advanced RNP 1 in PBN manual
pbn awareness
PBN awareness
  • Computer based Training CD-ROM to be developed (EUROCONTROL), available by March/April 2007
  • ICAO global seminar on ATM performance (26-29 March 2007)
  • Workshops (9 from June 2007 to June 2008)
  • Asia-Pacific region workshops (tentative):
    • India (3-7 September 2007)
    • Thailand, Bangkok (10-14 September 2007)
pbn implementation
PBN implementation

Now move on to the real work:

IMPLEMENTATION !!

need for global integrated implementation programme
Need for Global integratedimplementation programme

From Awareness toImplementation ….

icao global aviation safety plan
ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan

Objectives:

  • Reduce the number of accidents and fatalities worldwide irrespective of the volumes of air traffic;
  • Achieve a significant decrease in accident rates, particularly in regions where these remain high; and
  • No single ICAO Region shall have an accident rate* more than twice the worldwide rate by the end of 2010

* Based on a five year sliding average

regional perspective accident rates vary by region of the world
Regional PerspectiveAccident Rates Vary by Region of the World

Western-built transport hull loss accidents, by airline domicile, 1996 through 2005*

Europe

0.6

JAA - 0.6

Non JAA – 1.2

China

0.23

United States

and Canada

0.4

Russia

C.I.S.1

Middle East

2.3

Asia

6.7

(Excluding

China)

Africa

9.7

Latin America

and Caribbean

3.2

Oceania

0.0

World

1.03

Accidents per

million departures

* Scheduled air transport jets > 60,000 lbs MGW; source: Boeing

1 Insufficient fleet experience to generate reliable rate.

REG-112

icao industry global aviation safety roadmap1
ICAO - Industry Global Aviation Safety Roadmap

Goals and Objectives:

  • Provide a common frame of reference for all stakeholders
  • Coordinate and guide safety policies and initiatives worldwide to reduce the accident risk for commercial aviation
  • Avoid duplication of effort and uncoordinated strategies
  • Encourage close industry and government cooperation on common safety objectives

Timescale: Near (2006-10) and Medium Term (2010-14)

gasr addressing the regional safety risk
GASR - Addressingthe Regional Safety Risk
  • Accident rates and numbers of fatalities differ dramatically in different regions of the world
  • Efforts to improve safety have been most successful when industry and government have worked together
  • We know how to prevent many of the types of accidents occurring today
  • Better use and coordination of industry and government resources can dramatically reduce these kinds of accidents
  • Current efforts are not efficient or well coordinated
apanpirg 17 conclusions
APANPIRG/17Conclusions
  • That ICAO organize workshop to facilitate the orderly adoption of the PBN concept
  • That the updated Strategy for the Provision of Approach, Landing and Departure Guidance Systems and Strategy for the Implementation of GNSS Navigation Capability in the ASIA/PAC Region be adopted and provided to States
apanpirg 17 strategy for the provision of approach landing and departure guidance systems extract
APANPIRG/17 Strategy for the Provision of Approach, Landing and Departure Guidance Systems (extract)
  • Implement GNSS operations
  • Introduce applicable RNP operations
  • Promote the use of APV operations, particularly those using GNSS vertical guidance to enhance safety and accessibility
  • To support contingency ops, provide GNSS procedures for approach, landing and departure guidance
  • Conduct necessary on-going GNSS and RNP studies, education and training
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APANPIRG/17Strategy for the Implementation of GNSS Navigation Capability in the ASIA/PAC Region (extract)
  • Introduction of GNSS navigation capability should be consistent with Global Air Navigation Plan
  • Implementation shall be in full compliance with ICAO SARPs and PANS and support the new ICAO Global Plan Initiatives (GPI-5)
  • States should work cooperatively on a multi-national basis to implement GNSS….
  • ICAO and States should undertake education and training ….in PBN, GNSS theory, AIM concept and operational application
  • States establish multi-disciplinary implementation teams …
enroute and terminal airspace pbn implementation goals where rnav ops required
Enroute and terminal airspace PBN implementation goals(where RNAV ops required)
  • Area of operation: Oceanic and remote airspace (RNP-X)
    • Applicable navigation specifications: RNP 10 and RNP 4
    • Implementation strategy: 100% implementation by 2010
  • Area of operation: Enroute continental (RNAV-X and RNP-X)
    • Applicable navigation specifications: RNAV 5, 2, and 1, RNP 2 and 1
    • Implementation strategy: 70% by 2010, 100% by 2014
  • Area of operation: Terminal area (RNAV-X and RNP-X)
    • Applicable navigation specifications: RNAV 1,2 and RNP 1 (Basic and advanced)
    • Implementation strategy: 30% by 2010, 60% by 2014, 100% by 2016
pbn approach implementation goals
PBN Approach implementation goals

Area of operation: Approach (RNP-X)

  • Applicable navigation specifications: APV: RNP0.3 , RNP0.3-0.1, LNAV-only RNP 0.3
  • Implementation strategy:
    • International aerodromes: APV to all runway ends: 10% 2008, 30% by 2010, 70% by 2014 and 100% by 2016.
    • Domestic aerodromes (where operations of a/c weight category of more than 5700kg take place):
      • LNAV-only to all runway ends: 10% 2008, 30% by 2010, 70% by 2014 and 100% by 2016.
      • APV to all runway ends: 10% 2010, 30% by 2012, 70% by 2016 and 100% by 2018.
    • Domestic aerodromes:
      • LNAV-only to all runway ends: 10% 2010, 30% by 2012, 70% by 2016 and 100% by 2018.
proposed actions
Proposed actions

Proposed actions required to meet APANPIRG/17 strategies related to PBN

  • NARAST to coordinate PBN implementation with ICAO and APANPIRG to ensure there is no duplication of effort and that implementation is fully compliant with ICAO Global Plan (GPI-5) and uses the guidance provided in the ICAO PBN Manual (DOC9613 revised).
  • NARAST focus to be on safety aspects through implementation of APV approaches (RNP and RNP AR approach), as well as implementation of RNAV departures and arrivals, in accordance with the PBN concept.
  • ICAO HQ to develop a PBN Implementation Checklist and Project Implementation Plan Template that will enable Member States to follow a step-by-step process to assess requirements and implement PBN. This will:
    • Provide ICAO a management tool to monitor the progress of implementation in the States
    • Measure performance of the ICAO PBN programme.
  • Member States to identify their requirements for RNAV in terminal airspace and to develop APV approaches to all runway ends.
  • A State PBN Project Implementation Plan to be developed using the tools provided by ICAO
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END

Thank you for your attention!