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Published on March 14, 2016

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1. SESAR Exploratory Research 1 #SESAR @WorldATM_now

2. CONTENTS Introduction Dr. Stella Tkatchova, SESAR JU WPE project example: ACCESS Ricardo Herranz, Nommon WPE project example: CASSIOPEIA Jorge Martín, Innaxis How we take Science Seriously in SESAR Peter Hecker, Chairman of the SESAR Scientific Committee The Way forward and closing Dr. Stella Tkatchova, SESAR JU

3. Dr. Stella Tkatchova SESAR JU SESAR Exploratory Research Introduction 3 #SESAR @WorldATM_now

4. The Single European Sky #SESAR @WorldATM_now

5. SESAR to enable step-change in system capabilities Integrated systems Sharing of information Flight-centric operations Integration of all vehicles Automation of routine tasks Virtualization Air users fly their preferred, more direct route in a flow and network context Information shared digitally via common information platform All air vehicles fully integrated in ATM environment (incl. RPAS) Virtualization allowing dynamic capacity management Lean and modular systems, easily upgradable and interoperable Automation and use of data communication to ease controllers & support staff workload

6. Changes to ATM

7. SESAR Exploratory Research in ATM SESAR exploratory research drives the development and evaluation of innovative or unconventional ideas, concepts, methods and technologies; that can define and deliver the performance required for the next generation of European ATM system, and thus contribute to its successful evolution Reviewed, updated and approved by the SESAR Scientific Committee 7

8. 2 FOUNDING MEMBERS SESAR 2020 R&I Pipeline

9. SESAR 1 Long-term Research Program • Long-term research in SESAR1 conducted under the frame of WP E. • A total of 40 projects of WP-E projects • The three Research Networks coordinate research, 20 PhD • HALA! – Towards Higher Levels of Automation in ATM • Complex World –Mastering Complex Systems Safely • ALIAS – Addressing the Liability Impact of Automated Systems

10. SESAR 1 Encouraging scientific excellence in ATM 11 Projects 7 PhDs 17 Projects 13 PhDs 3 Projects 3 Projects6 Projects With guidance from SESAR Scientific Committee

11. SESAR 1 Lessons Learnt • The transfer of long-term research results is difficult into the Industrial Research activities of the main SESAR program • SESAR 2020 will aim at better bridging the results from Exploratory Research through Industrial Research, Large Scale Demos towards implementation/industrialisation readiness • Strengthen the link of the ATM research community and SESAR stakeholders through ATM Applications Oriented topics in SESAR 2020

12. An Agent-Based Model of Airport Slot Allocation: the ACCESS project Ricardo Herranz, Nommon Solutions and Technologies World ATM Congress, Madrid, 10 March 2016

13. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) Airport slot allocation • Continuous growth in air transport ⇒ Pressure on airport capacity • New airports/runways: long look-ahead time, often difficult or unfeasible (cost, environment, land availability, etc.) • Need for demand management policies for airport capacity

14. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) Market-based mechanisms • Administrative slot allocation has been so far the dominant approach in Europe: Regulation 95/93, based on IATA WSG • Previous studies commissioned by the EC have identified room for improvement (efficient use of capacity, competition…) • Market-based mechanisms have been proposed as a way to bring incentives so that scarce capacity is used by those airlines able to make best economic use of it, but they also raise a number of concerns (e.g., market failures)

15. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) The ACCESS project • Review of current slot allocation system + stakeholder analysis • Performance framework for a comprehensive evaluation and comparison of different slot allocation mechanisms • Simulation framework based on ABM + auction theory: appealing framework to overcome limitations of classical approaches from economics and operations research: multiplicity of dimensions and stakeholders, complex combinatorial assignment problem, bounded rationality, evolutionary behaviour, asymmetry of information, uncertainty… • Simulation experiments: comparison of primary allocation through a combinatorial price-setting auction vs current system • Policy recommendations

16. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) Performance framework Trade-offs KPAs/KPIs and choice of preferred mechanism: multi-criteria decision methods (e.g. AHP), CBA, etc.

17. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) ACCESS simulation platform • Inputs: primary + secondary slot allocation mechanisms (policies under testing) • Exogenous variables: demand evolution, airline cost factors • Agents (attributes + behavioural rules): – Airports – Airlines – Slot allocation coordinator – Passengers • Outputs: KPIs influenced by the slot allocation system – Available slots, slot requests, slot prices, slot allocation, slot use – Surplus obtained by the airlines, the airports and the passengers

18. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) General simulation logic Airport Slot Allocation Coordinator Airline Strategic planning Consolidate slot information Desired schedule calculation Ask/offer slots Market clearing Publish schedules Passengers Exogenous Variables Strategic planning Desired schedule calculation Slot allocation Forecast fuel price and demand Pre-seasonPrimary Allocation Pre-seasonSecondary Allocation Forecast fuel price and demand In-seasonSecondaryAllocation Choose flights Actual demand Actual fuel price Profit calculation Desired schedule calculation Ask/offer slots Market clearing Stop criteria met? No Yes Started season? No Yes Finished season? No Yes

19. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) Case study: primary auctioning • Performance of a combinatorial price-setting Walrasian auction vs current administrative mechanism in a simplified scenario: – 2 network carriers (NW1, NW2) + 2 low cost carriers (LC1, LC2) – 1 hub for each network carrier (HUB1, HUB2) + 2 regional airports (REG1, REG2) – HUB1, HUB2, REG1: coordinated; REG2: non-coordinated – Simulation of a single season, only primary allocation is considered – NW1 holds GFR over 20 slots at HUB1 (10 DEP + 10 ARR) HUB 1 HUB 2 REG 1 REG 2 NW1 NW2 LC1 LC2

20. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) Auction type and motivation

21. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) Capacity utilisation • The auction mechanism leads to a notable increase in the number of flights operated by NW2, LC1 and LC3 Airline Administrative Auction LC1 12 18 LC2 7 12 NW1 17 18 NW2 9 20

22. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) Passenger surplus 0.00 2,000.00 4,000.00 6,000.00 8,000.00 10,000.00 12,000.00 14,000.00 16,000.00 Surplus(€) OD pair and allocation mechanism Total surplus of the passengers by OD pair Business Leisure

23. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) Passenger surplus 0.00 10,000.00 20,000.00 30,000.00 40,000.00 50,000.00 60,000.00 70,000.00 80,000.00 Administrative Auction Surplus(€) Allocation mechanism Total surplus of the passengers Business Leisure

24. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) Airline cost breakdown

25. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) Airline surplus

26. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) Airline surplus

27. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) Discussion of results • The auction yields a more efficient use of airport capacity. Market mechanisms seem to have significant potential to enable a more efficient use of scarce capacity at busy airports • In the real life, slot transfers, exchanges and trades would improve the schedules of the airlines. This result is consistent with the fact that the current mechanism usually needs a number of adjustments, where users need to interact several times with coordinators to re-build schedules. The auction would largely mitigate the need for such adjustments • The extra surplus is not homogeneously distributed among all stakeholders: – The increase is relatively bigger for passengers and airports than for airlines – While some airlines improve their profits, the profit of the airline that enjoyed grandfather rights in the baseline scenario is reduced.

28. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) A word of caution • Results are to be taken with caution (e.g., airport costs and non- aeronautical revenues not included in airport surplus) • Further simulations required to investigate whether conclusions hold for more comprehensive cost models and different congestion levels • A comprehensive evaluation requires the simulation of different combinations of primary and secondary slot allocation mechanisms along several seasons • Market mechanisms also raise a number of technological and regulatory challenges that need to be taken into consideration

29. World ATM Congress - SESAR Exploratory Research (Madrid, 10 March 2016) Conclusions & Future directions • Powerful and flexible simulation framework • A more complex and realistic model calibrated with real data is needed to provide more conclusive evidences: – Model enhancement: • Airport model: airport costs, non-aeronautical revenues • Airline model: more comprehensive constraints, learning capabilities, revenue management, behaviours other than utility maximisation (e.g., anticompetitive practices) • Full implementation of secondary market • Calibration with real data – More comprehensive simulation experiments: • Larger networks, with higher number of airlines and airports • Wider variety of scenarios • Different combinations of primary and secondary allocation mechanisms along several seasons to explore medium-term and long-term effects

30. www.access-sesar.eu Ricardo Herranz (Project Coordinator) Nommon Solutions and Technologies Diego de León 47, 28006 Madrid, Spain Tel: +34 91 838 85 94 / +34 616 05 32 51 ricardo.herranz@nommon.es​

31. CASSIOPEIA concept & approach 2016.03.10. World ATM Congress Jorge Martín jm@innaxis.org

32. CASSIOPEIA project MODELING SIMULATION POLICY MAKING Hard to predict ATM policy changes for the future! Hard to predict ATM policy changes for the future!

33. Modeling Agent based modeling

34. Model features Reusability Emergent Behavior

35. Lessons learnt Large data pre-treatment Different modeling scales

36. Results: Models 10:00 10:05 10:10 10:15 10:20

37. Results: Case study 1 Night curfew Emergent behavior Local environmental restrictions may lead to important effects to airline and airport revenues while environmental effects are limited since the noise is increased in close time zones and alternative airports Emergent behavior Local environmental restrictions may lead to important effects to airline and airport revenues while environmental effects are limited since the noise is increased in close time zones and alternative airports

38. Results: Case study 2 Slot trading Emergent behavior 30% cost reductions after using CDM distribution of ATFM slots without increasing total delay Emergent behavior 30% cost reductions after using CDM distribution of ATFM slots without increasing total delay

39. Results: Case study 3 Dynamic cost index Emergent behavior The overall results show arrival delay reductions when DCI is applied and credible cost outputs Emergent behavior The overall results show arrival delay reductions when DCI is applied and credible cost outputs More findings coming soon!More findings coming soon!

40. Contact us if interested! innovation@innaxis.org AKNOWLEDGES

41. HOW WE TAKE SCIENCE SERIOUSLY IN SESAR 42 Prof. Dr. Peter Hecker #SESAR @WorldATM_now

42. CONNECTING SCIENCE WITH INNOVATION 43 Prof. Dr. Peter Hecker #SESAR @WorldATM_now

43. Academia has two major functions in developing the aircraft of the future: Education and Research & Innovation According to the Humboldtian model of higher education research and studies need to be combined in a holistic way. Science and Academia in ATM-Research #SESAR @WorldATM_now

44. Peter Hecker Academia has two major functions in developing the aircraft of the future: Education and Research & Innovation According to the Humboldtian model of higher education research and studies need to be combined in a holistic way. Education: • Universities educate the engineers and PhDs required for developing R&I for the aircraft of the future • Continuously high demand for human resources • Significant “pull” from other domains (e.g. automotive) • Technical and social skills are changing continuously  Need to work in flexible, international, agile teams The integration of universities and young talents into innovation processes will secure the resources of the future Science and Academia in ATM-Research

45. Peter Hecker Academia has two major functions in developing the aircraft of the future: Education and Research & Innovation According to the Humboldtian model of higher education research and studies need to be combined in a holistic way. Research & Innovation: • The stakeholder involvement has changed TRL1 TRL3 TRL6TRL1 TRL3 TRL6 Academia Research Establishments Industry The Innovation Process needs to reflect a proper stakeholder involvement Science and Academia in ATM-Research

46. The Innovation Process

47. The Innovation Process

48. Managing an Innovation Pipeline has unique challenges deciding upon success or failure! The Innovation Process and its Challenges Defining adequate processes for managing innovation processes Defining objectives and measures Identifying long-term research challenges for future research Translating objectives and long term research challenges into calls Identifying and approaching the relevant community Identifying and overcoming national and cultural differences Defining assessment criteria for transferring research results from Exploratory to Industrial Research Developing instruments for establishing of networks Managing knowledge Ensuring quality in science Promoting and awarding excellence

49. Background •Set up by the SJU in August 2009 in accordance with Article 1.5 of the Council Regulation establishing the SJU. Objective •Reinforcing the SJUs innovative and scientific approach to researching the future Air Traffic Management systems and procedures, •Providing specific advice to its Executive Director. Constitution •A First SciCom was established in 2009. •To maintain and reinforce the role of the SciCom a further call for new members was issued in September 2012. The Scientific Committee

50. The Scientific Committee Professor Frederik Abbink Chairman of Supervisory Board of NEDAERO, Netherlands Professor Paola Amaldi Senior Lecturer/ Program Director for Business Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, UK Professor Guy A. Boy School of Human-Centered Design, Innovation and Arts, Florida Institute of Technology, and Chief Scientist, Human- Centered Design, NASA Kennedy Space Center, USA. Prof. Dr-Ing. Peter Hecker Professor and Managing Director of the “Institute of Flight Guidance”, Universität Carolo-Wilhelmina zu Braunschweig, Germany Professor Christopher Johnson Professor of Computing Science, University of Glasgow, UK Professor Peter Jorna Technical Director, Human Factors Integration (HFI) solutions, Netherlands Professor Georges Kallos Professor of Meteorology, Division of Environmental Physics, Department of Physics, University of Athens, Greece Professor Lena Martensson Professor in work science (human factors) - Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden Professor Dr. Bruno Neininger Professor for ATM and Meteorology at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), School of Engeneering, Centre for Aviation Professor Francisco Saez Senior Professor/Researcher, Head of the Air Navigation and Air Traffic Management Research Group (GINA), Universidad Politecinca (UPM), Madrid, Spain Professor Vojin Tosic Professor, Division of Airports and Air Traffic Safety, Faculty of traffic and Transport Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia Professor Konstantinos Zografos Professor, Department of Management Science and Technology, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece

51. Managing an Innovation Pipeline has unique challenges deciding upon success or failure! The Innovation Process and its Challenges Defining adequate processes for managing innovation processes Defining objectives and measures Identifying long-term research challenges for future research Translating objectives and long term research challenges into calls Identifying and approaching the relevant community Identifying and overcoming national and cultural differences Defining assessment criteria for transferring research results from Exploratory to Industrial Research Developing instruments for establishing of networks Managing knowledge Ensuring quality in science Promoting and awarding excellence

52. The Innovation Process and its Challenges Defining adequate processes for managing innovation processes Defining objectives and measures Identifying long-term research challenges for future research Translating objectives and long term research challenges into calls Identifying and approaching the relevant community Identifying and overcoming national and cultural differences Defining assessment criteria for transferring research results from Exploratory to Industrial Research Developing instruments for establishing of networks Managing knowledge Promoting and awarding excellence Managing an Innovation Pipeline has unique challenges deciding upon success or failure! Ensuring quality in science

53. Ensuring quality in science •The SciCom performed a continuous review of almost all WP-E projects Objective •Assessing the progress beyond the state of the art •Identifying synergies with ongoing or past programmes at international, European or national level to • stimulate exchange and collaboration • Ensure the best use of existing knowledge • Identifying gaps and opportunities for future research •Assessing the maturity of results and potential links to the short term operational context (“quick wins”). •Giving advice on the knowledge management to preserve the results for future research The Scientific Committee: Task and Achievements

54. Ensuring quality in science The Innovation Process and its Challenges Defining adequate processes for managing innovation processes Defining objectives and measures Identifying long-term research challenges for future research Translating objectives and long term research challenges into calls Identifying and approaching the relevant community Identifying and overcoming national and cultural differences Defining assessment criteria for transferring research results from Exploratory to Industrial Research Developing instruments for establishing of networks Managing knowledge Managing an Innovation Pipeline has unique challenges deciding upon success or failure! Promoting and awarding excellence

55. Promoting and awarding excellence •The SciCom defined and implemented a process for recognizing young and promising scientific talents Objective •Recognizing young scientists with high potential to support the scientific development of ATM •Rewarding scientific achievement performed by an individual within the framework of academic studies (Bachelor, Master, ongoing PhD) •Providing a mechanism for further personal development •Selected by the Young Scientist Award Board, compromised of Scientific Committee members and SESAR JU The Scientific Committee: Task and Achievements

56. Ensuring quality in science The Innovation Process and its Challenges Defining adequate processes for managing innovation processes Defining objectives and measures Identifying and approaching the relevant community Identifying and overcoming national and cultural differences Defining assessment criteria for transferring research results from Exploratory to Industrial Research Developing instruments for establishing of networks Managing knowledge Promoting and awarding excellence Managing an Innovation Pipeline has unique challenges deciding upon success or failure! Translating objectives and long term research challenges into calls Identifying long-term research challenges for future research

57. Identifying long-term research challenges for future research •The SciCom mapped scientific challenges and gaps inside and beyond the ATM domain Objective •Assessing the gaps between operational requirements, actual performance and ongoing research •Identifying areas requiring further scientific efforts •Analyzing other scientific domains (computer science, mathematics, other transport modes, other infrastructures etc.) and identifying potentials of cross fertilization •Identifying transversal areas to be further expanded •Translating findings and long term research challenges into inputs for defining the Exploratory Research goals The Scientific Committee: Task and Achievements

58. Translating objectives and long term research challenges into calls Identifying long-term research challenges for future research Ensuring quality in science The Innovation Process and its Challenges Defining adequate processes for managing innovation processes Identifying and approaching the relevant community Identifying and overcoming national and cultural differences Developing instruments for establishing of networks Promoting and awarding excellence Managing an Innovation Pipeline has unique challenges deciding upon success or failure! Defining assessment criteria for transferring research results from Exploratory to Industrial Research Defining objectives and measures Managing knowledge

59. Defining assessment criteria for transferring research results from Exploratory to Industrial Research The Scientific Committee: Task and Achievements • The SciCom developed schemes for specifically assessing technologies, functions and operational concepts across Innovation Pipeline Objective • Assessing the appropriate stakeholder involvement per maturity level • Setting up assessment criteria taking operational relevance, industrial interest and scientific background into consideration • Defining processes suitable for this crucial transitioning process

60. Key findings and statements •Science is the backbone of the Single European ATM Research •Operational and industrial relevance of research must be ensured •At the same time space for an open blue sky research is essential to ensure next generations of knowledge and young talents •The Innovation Pipeline is the key instrument for linking science to innovation •The Scientific Committee has successfully undertaken significant efforts to support the SESAR Joint Undertaking in achieving its mission and building the bridge between the communities Summary

61. Thank you for your attention 62

62. The way forward in SESAR 2020 #SESAR @WorldATM_now Dr. Stella Tkatchova SESAR JU

63. SESAR Exploratory Research Objectives • To contribute to the European ATM Master Plan towards long term objectives beyond 2035 (i.e. 2050 timescale) • To contribute to the identification of innovative solutions not yet identified but which would accelerate the realisation of the SES targets • The delivery sustainable healthy research activities across a range of research networks in Europe #SESAR @WorldATM_now

64. SESAR 2020 Exploratory Research Calls EXPLORATORY RESEARCH LARGE SCALE DEMOs THE SESAR 2020 PROGRAMME STRUCTURETHE SESAR 2020 PROGRAMME STRUCTURE PPP FIRST CALL ISSUEDFIRST CALL ISSUED NEXT CALLS 2016 2019 2020 NEXT CALLS 2016 2019 2020 RPAS Integration NEXT CALLS 2016 2019 NEXT CALLS 2016 2019 Wave 1: 2016-2019 Wave 2: 2019-2021 Wave 1: 2016-2019 Wave 2: 2019-2021 • SESAR 2020 ER 1st Call launched 25th of March 2015, 11 topics projects under H2020 open rules, 1st ER Call 20,6 MEuro

65. SESAR 2020 Exploratory Research – Call 1 • ATM Excellent Science & Outreach - is curiosity-driven and explores unknown research areas. Referred to also as ‘‘fundamental research’’, but also encourages scientists to develop innovative ideas and concepts for the future ATM evolution. Bridging ATM research with wider community and providing scientific support to ATM change, either directly or through connection to other funded research areas in other disciplines and sections if relevant. • ATM Applications Oriented Research - aiming at supporting new concepts for ATM beyond those identified in the ATM Master Plan as well as help mature new concepts for ATM, emerging technologies and methods to the level of maturity required to feed into SESAR 2020 industrial research Call H2020-SESAR 2015-1 - Kick-off Meeting

66. SESAR 2020 Exploratory Research Topics ATM Excellent Science & Outreach: - ER-01-2015 - Automation in ATM - ER-02-2015 - Data Science in ATM - ER-03-2015 - Information Management in ATM - ER-04-2015 - Environment & Meteorology in ATM - ER-05-2015 - Economics and Legal Change in ATM ATM Application-Oriented Research: - ER-06-2015 - High Performing Airport Operations - ER-07-2015 - Separation Management and Separation Standards - ER-08-2015 - Communications, Navigation and Surveillance - ER-09-2015 - Trajectory Based Operations - ER-10-2015 - ATM Architecture - ER-11-2015 - ATM Performance

67. SESAR 2020 1st ER Call Proposals Received ATM Excellent Science & Outreach 60 proposals ATM Application-Oriented Research 63 proposals

68. SESAR 2020 1st ER Call distribution by entities #SESAR @WorldATM_now

69. SESAR 2020 1st ER Call Participation by Country

70. ER 1st Selected Projects per Topic

71. SESAR 2020 ER 1st Call Lesson Learnt • Highly competitive 1st ER Call with good quality proposals building upon WP-E results • Innovative research questions and challenges addressed in the proposals • Proposals fully in-line with SESAR 2020 Vision for the future evolution of the European ATM

72. SESAR 2020 The Way Forward • SESAR ER Calls Scope currently being defined • ER-2 focused on RPAS • ER-3 focused on Transversal and ATM Applications Oriented topics • H2020 open calls, so not limited to SJU Members

73. SESAR 2020 Transversal Activities Transversal exploratory research activities, aims at the communication and application of research results through the establishment of knowledge network activities and the support for ATM related education of the future ATM skilled work-force: •Knowledge Transfer Network - assessment, coordination and communication transfer of ER results •Future ATM Skilled work-force - PhD, training network activities, Young Scientist Award 74

74. SESAR 2020 ATM Applications Oriented Research Some examples could be…. •High Performing Airport Operations - enhanced runway throughput, total airport management etc. •Optimized ATM Network Management - advanced airspace management, dynamic capacity balancing etc. • Enabling Aviation Infrastructure – CNS, etc. •ATM Operations, Architecture, Performance & Validation – ATM Resilience, etc.

75. Conclusions • SESAR Exploratory Research will be the driver behind innovative and disruptive research ideas • ER results will feed the next steps in SESAR Industrial Research • The link between research and deployment is assured • Its time to get involved

76. Thank you for your attention

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