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Next Generation Air Transportation System (NGATS) Briefing Outline Background on Joint Planning and Development Office (JPDO) Next Generation Air Transportation System (NGATS) Block to Block Concept NGATS 2025 Major Attributes Background on Joint Planning and Development Office (JPDO)

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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

background on joint planning and development office jpdo
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

ngats goals
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

transformation strategies
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

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block to block concept selected elements

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

ngats 2025 major attributes
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

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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

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NGATS Airborne Web

  • Broad-area broadband
  • Data & Voice
  • Surveillance
  • Responsive
  • User-tailored

2005 Europe/US International Aviation Safety Conference, Cologne 7-9 June

the evaluator
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.

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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

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Required Total System Performance

  • Multiple, differentiated service levels
  • Temporal Flexibility, Responsiveness
  • “Contracts” aligning services between users and providers

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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

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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

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Seamless Weather Assimilation Into Decision Loops

  • NGATS Weather Information Network (NWIN)
  • NWIN supports push/pull information sharing
  • Seamlessly assimilated into NGATS “decision loops”

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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”

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Super density Airport Operations

  • Maximize runway capacity
  • Reduce runway occupancy time.
  • Simultaneous operations on single runway.

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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.

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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