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  1. Next Generation Air Transportation System (NGATS)

  2. Briefing Outline • Background on Joint Planning and Development Office (JPDO) • Next Generation Air Transportation System (NGATS) Block to Block Concept • NGATS 2025 Major Attributes 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  3. Background on Joint Planning and Development Office (JPDO) Vision 100: The Century of Aviation Reauthorization Act • Tasked the Secretary of Transportation to establish the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NGATS) Joint Planning and Development Office (JPDO) within FAA • Tasked as cooperative effort across DOT, DoD, NASA, Commerce, DHS, and the White House Office of Science and Technology • The law required JPDO to submit to Congress a proposed NGATS plan in December 2004 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  4. NGATS GOALS Expand Capacity Ensure our National Defense Ensure Safety Protect the Environment Secure the Nation 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  5. Transformation Strategies • Develop Airport Infrastructure to Meet Future Demand • Establish an Effective Security System without limiting mobility or civil liberties • Establish and Agile Air Traffic System • Establish a User-specific Situational Awareness • Establish a Comprehensive Proactive Safety Management Approach • Environmental protection that Allows Sustained Aviation Growth • Development a System-wide Capability to Reduce Weather Impacts • Harmonize Equipage and Operations Globally 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  6. EVALUATOR User Plans Data Base ANSP Plans Data Base Scheduling Automation “Block to Block” Concept: Selected Elements Communication Constellation Navigation Constellation SatComm Constellation (Data & Voice Digital Comm) Aeronautical Information & Block-to-Block 4-D Trajectory SatNav Constellation (Positioning) Dynamic Airspace ADS-X ADS-X NETWORK CENTRIC INFORMATION Airport ADS-X Ground-Based Users AOC, FBO, Business, Private, Etc. ADS-X Secured Access Responsive to Needs Air Traffic Management Facilities Airborne & Surface Based on original graphic courtesy of Crown Consulting, Inc 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  7. NGATS 2025 Major Attributes • Global Secure Access to Net CentricInformation • NGATS Airborne Web • Broad-Area Precision Navigation • Required Total System Performance • 4-D Trajectory Management • National Dynamic Airspace • Seamless Weather Assimilation Into Decision LoopsNet Centric data/info sharing including “Air Net” Communications • Equivalent Visual Operations • Super density Airport Operations • Distributed Airport Operations • Proactive Risk Based Safety Management 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  8. Global Secure Access to Net CentricInformation • Real-time free-flow of information • Push/pull processes to relevant NGATS communities of interest • Meld inputs from private, commercial, & gov’t sources • Secured according to needs and priorities • Common awareness of day-to-day ops, events, crises 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  9. NGATS Airborne Web • Broad-area broadband • Data & Voice • Surveillance • Responsive • User-tailored 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  10. The Evaluator • All users “post” desired 4D trajectories in common system that continuously evaluates all trajectories for mutual compatibility. • Integrates all information: weather, security, defense, etc. • Management by trajectory allocates functions between automation and humans and aircraft operators and “central” service providers. 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  11. Broad-Area Precision Navigation • Navigation precision sufficient to enable precision approaches CAT I/II/III • Broad Area to Global Availability of Nav Services • Divests current ground-based systems of landing/navigation aids • Reduction/elimination of runway lighting, markings 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  12. Required Total System Performance • Multiple, differentiated service levels • Temporal Flexibility, Responsiveness • “Contracts” aligning services between users and providers 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  13. 4-D Trajectory Management • Users have 4D trajectories which are basis for planning and execution over multiple time horizons. • 4D trajectories exchanged among users and ATM service provider using “airborne web” • Separation assurance/management performed using current aircraft states and intent as defined by “active” 4D trajectory • Strategic Traffic Management performed using 4D trajectories that include probabilistic information • Where appropriate, “4D contracts” exist between users and • ATM service providers 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  14. National Dynamic Airspace • Airspace configuration driven by user needs, security requirements, safety, and overall efficiency • Reconfigurable hourly • Single mechanism for implementing TFR’s, etc. • Temporal implementation of high density, high demand corridors, etc 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  15. Seamless Weather Assimilation Into Decision Loops • NGATS Weather Information Network (NWIN) • NWIN supports push/pull information sharing • Seamlessly assimilated into NGATS “decision loops” 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  16. Equivalent Visual Operations • Enable aircraft perform “equivalent visual” operations in non-visual conditions • ATM providers delegate “maintain separation” responsibility to aircraft operators • System-wide availability at all “air portals” 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  17. Super density Airport Operations • Maximize runway capacity • Reduce runway occupancy time. • Simultaneous operations on single runway. 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  18. Distributed Airport Operations • Employ airborne separation assurance and cost-effective sequencing automation at non-towered, non-radar airports. • Affordable capabilities and procedures that enable low visibility • landings and low-visibility taxiing. 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  19. Proactive Safety Management • Multi-Agency National Strategic Plan for Safety • National Safety Management System Criteria • Proactive Risk Based Safety Management – Prognostic Approach • to Safety • Focus on Reduction of Fatality Risk • National Safety Culture 2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

  20. Next Generation Air Transportation System (NGATS)