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Aviation System Block Upgrades and NAV CANADA Planning. 17 November 2012 Pre-AN-Conf/12 Workshop. NAV CANADA overview Corporate Planning Relationships Vision, Mission, Overarching Objectives Business Plans Corporate Safety Plan Operations Plan ANS Plan

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aviation system block upgrades and nav canada planning

Aviation System Block Upgrades and NAV CANADA Planning

17 November 2012

Pre-AN-Conf/12 Workshop

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NAV CANADA overview

  • Corporate Planning Relationships
    • Vision, Mission, Overarching Objectives
    • Business Plans
    • Corporate Safety Plan
    • Operations Plan
    • ANS Plan
  • The Air Navigation System Plan (Charting the Future)
  • Mapping to Aviation System Block Upgrades
    • Aligning initiatives to ASBU modules
    • Generating initiatives in support of ASBU modules
  • Ongoing planning
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Who We Are

  • Private, non-share capital company
  • 2nd largest ANSP in the world
  • 12 million aircraft movements annually
  • 18 million square km of airspace
  • Regulated by Federal Government on Safety Performance
people
People
  • 4,800 employees across the country
    • Air Traffic Controllers
    • Flight Service Specialists
    • Electronics Technologists
  • Engineering and IM
  • Corporate Functions
nav canada services
NAV CANADA Services
  • Air Traffic Control
  • Flight Information
  • Weather Briefings
  • Aeronautical Information
  • Airport Advisory Services
  • Electronic Navigation Aids
mission statement
Mission Statement

NAV CANADA facilitates the safe movement of aircraft, efficiently and cost effectively, through the provision of air navigation services on a long-term, sustainable basis.

charting the future the air naviagation system plan
CHARTING THE FUTURE The Air Naviagation System Plan
  • Describes NAV CANADA’s projected plans for future Air Navigation System development
  • Initiatives are aimed at meeting customers' requirements
  • Provides an outlook to generate stakeholder consultations with the goal of choosing the most beneficial path to the ANS of the future
ans plan structure
ANS Plan Structure
  • Performance Based Navigation (PBN)
  • Communications
  • Surveillance
  • Air Traffic Management (ATM)
  • Aeronautical Information Management (AIM)
  • Aviation Weather
operational requirements and asbu threads
Operational Requirements and ASBU Threads

65- Optimized approach procedures

70 – Optimized wake vortex separation

75 – Safety and efficiency of surface operations

80 – Airport CDM

15 – AMAN/DMAN

  • PBN
  • Communications
  • Surveillance
  • ATM
  • AIM
  • Aviation Weather

25 – Ground-Ground Integration

30 – Digital AIM

105 – Meteorological Information

10 – Enhanced enroute trajectories

35 – Network-wide view

84 – Ground Surveillance

85 – ATSA

86 – Climb/Descent using ADS-B

102 – Ground-Based Safety Nets

05 – CDOs

40 – Data Link Enroute

20 – CCOs

operational requirements and asbu threads1
Operational Requirements and ASBU Threads

65- Optimized approach procedures

70 – Optimized wake vortex separation

75 – Safety and efficiency of surface operations

80 – Airport CDM

15 – AMAN/DMAN

  • PBN
  • Communications
  • Surveillance
  • ATM
  • AIM
  • Aviation Weather

25 – Ground-Ground Integration

30 – Digital AIM

105 – Meteorological Information

10 – Enhanced enroute trajectories

35 – Network-wide view

84 – Ground Surveillance

85 – ATSA

86 – Climb/Descent using ADS-B

102 – Ground-Based Safety Nets

05 – CDOs

40 – Data Link Enroute

20 – CCOs

operational requirements and asbu threads2
Operational Requirements and ASBU Threads

65- Optimized approach procedures

70 – Optimized wake vortex separation

75 – Safety and efficiency of surface operations

80 – Airport CDM

15 – AMAN/DMAN

  • PBN
  • Communications
  • Surveillance
  • ATM
  • AIM
  • Aviation Weather

25 – Ground-Ground Integration

30 – Digital AIM

105 – Meteorological Information

10 – Enhanced enroute trajectories

35 – Network-wide view

84 – Ground Surveillance

85 – ATSA

86 – Climb/Descent using ADS-B

102 – Ground-Based Safety Nets

05 – CDOs

40 – Data Link Enroute

20 – CCOs

generating future initiatives in support of asbu modules
Generating future initiatives in support of ASBU modules

The planning process needs to engage the Global Air Navigation Capacity and Efficiency Plan (Doc 9750)

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Global Plan

Planning Relationships