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A Rationale for Collaboration. Leverage technical, resource and political strengths of participants Create core energy and shared purpose to advance airborne internet architecture concept and business opportunities

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A Rationale for Collaboration

  • Leverage technical, resource and political strengths of participants
  • Create core energy and shared purpose to advance airborne internet architecture concept and business opportunities
  • Provoke consideration of new paradigms for communications, navigation and surveillance information and data exchange to support transportation stakeholders (specially non traditional)
  • Propel public and industry investment otherwise not likely or possible (high risk initiatives)
  • Create mechanism for industry consensus based standards
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Next (Today’s?) Considerations

  • Begin to define desired activities/studies beyond SATS
  • Identify the core group of participants
  • Clearly articulate a mutually acceptable group purpose/vision/ objective(s)
  • Share and discuss personal/organizational interests
  • Define an acceptable work concept/process
  • Identify Champion, Sponsors and Advocates
  • Identify and confirm core memberships (CNS, PMEI, Microsoft, ITT, Dataline, FAA, NASA, etc)
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Considerations Continued

  • Begin to develop (integrate input) Work Plan
  • Begin to develop Resource Plan - Avoid competition for government funding
  • Begin to define/assess issues (organizational and technical)
  • Define product concepts sufficiently to encourage membership and collaboration
  • Assemble alliance/alliances for specific/defined tasks (Begin to consider SATS Lab relationship?)
  • Seek the “killer app!”
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FAA Participation Options

  • Technical Participation
  • Technical demonstrations - Target generation facility - Air Traffic Labs - Aircraft/Flight experiments
  • Leadership - Private Sector…Ralph/Pete must be able to tell FAA Executives that Collaboration is industry led
  • Funding?* - Task specific - Sustaining - Limited to CRDA, matching or task contracts
  • * Commitment dependent of level of energy and purpose of emerging collaboration … early indications/expressions of interest