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Aircraft Access to SWIM (AAtS). Demonstration and Prototyping Information Exchange Briefing. Matthew de Ris , Title>. November 3, 2010. Description. What is it? At present: A Concept Aircraft Access to SWIM (AAtS) – The aircraft is Accessing the SWIM network.

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aircraft access to swim aats

Aircraft Access to SWIM (AAtS)

Demonstration and Prototyping Information Exchange Briefing

Matthew de Ris, Title>

November 3, 2010

description
Description

What is it?

  • At present: A Concept
  • Aircraft Access to SWIM (AAtS) – The aircraft is Accessing the SWIM network.
  • What is available on SWIM is potentially available to the aircraft

Why do we want it?

  • So in-flight users have the same information the FAA uses to make its ATM decisions.
  • Scalability is key.
    • New data elements can be added with much greater ease.
    • New data is made available to the cockpit by granting it access to the additional data elements in SWIM.
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Aircraft Access to SWIM (AAtS)

How does it work?

  • Details are still to be determined
    • Industry input needed
  • Givens
    • The FAA has no current plans to build a specific supporting infrastructure.
    • AAtS is not intended to replace existing or planned systems
swim aats global harmonization interoperability issues
SWIM / AAtS Global Harmonization / Interoperability issues
  • Minimal impact on aircraft avionics / EFB equipage for initial early implementation
    • Intend to leverage existing or planned equipage
  • Eventual requirements should be defined by intended use
    • Intend to leverage existing or planned standards and requirements as much as possible
  • Global data sourcing issue still needs to be established
    • With IP connection, location alone does not determine access to SWIM data (local or global).
    • Connection to SWIM data (local or global) is only determined by the authenticated IP session.
      • Example: A flight en route to Hong Kong is transiting Beijing Airspace. Due to IP connectivity, a connection to FAA SWIM data is enabled. Where does the FAA receive its data source for Beijing airspace if the flight only has access to FAA SWIM?
key players
Key Players
  • Many moving parts
  • Global Interoperability a challenge unless everyone coordinates
future plans
Future Plans
  • Working Group meeting
    • November 17th
    • Discussion of Initial ConOps Draft
  • FY11
    • Interface process description
    • Industry Day
    • Initial Validation efforts
    • Initial Use Case development
    • Mature Concept of Operations
  • Continued engagement with global standards groups
    • Pivotal role in RTCA SC206 standards development
aats architecture
AAtS Architecture
  • What we believe as of today:
    • SWIM data is provided at the NAS Enterprise Security Gateway (NESG) for qualified subscribers.
    • Operators can choose how they wish to get the data to/from the aircraft within FAA guidelines.
    • Operators will choose their level of vetting and reconciliation of the SWIM data to/from the aircraft within FAA guidelines.
    • Operating with the assumption that an EFB or an EFB-like device will be an acceptable means to display AAtS data. Industry input needed.