Published on March 14, 2016
1. 8 March 2016, SESAR Exchange Theatre World ATM Congress, Madrid Ground-to-ground interoperability Flight Information Exchange - SWIM Blue Profile #SESAR @SESAR_JU @WorldATM_Now
2. Flight Information & SESAR Serge Bagieu, SESAR Joint Undertaking Where are we today with IOP Ground-to-ground validation? Benefits from an operational perspective Rémi Chambelin, DSNA Underlying mechanism - Flight Object Server Hugo Salinas, INDRA Technical Infrastructure - SWIM Environment & Blue Profile Hakim Souami, Thales Wrap up & Question & Answers Serge Bagieu, SESAR Joint Undertaking What’s in the agenda
3. Flight information and SESAR 3 Initial SWIM Initial trajectory information sharing Source: 2015 European ATM Master Plan Optimised ATM Network Services Advanced Air Traffic Services High Performing Airport Operations Enabling Aviation Infrastructure
4. Ground-to-ground Interoperability in a nutshell 4 Watch video: https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=K2MxgP5dRRM
5. Rémi Chambelin, DSNA BENEFITS FROM AN OPERATIONAL PERSPECTIVE #SESAR @SESAR_JU @WorldATM_Now
6. Experiencing IOP in Real Time Validations 6 MUAC/KRH/Reims VP022 VP711 MUAC/KRH/Reims Seamless cross border Operations April 20152013 IOP roadmap overview WAC March 2016 SESAR 1 Solution validations November 2016
7. 7 DSNA side with 4Flight (Coflight inside) DSNA side with 4Flight (Coflight inside) VP711 configuration Experiencing IOP in Real Time Validations
8. Getting rid of boundaries to achieve Single Sky • Upstream/downstream bi- directional exchanges, with distant sectors as well as neighbours • Real-time sharing between all interested partners • Same level of information for all concerned actors ALL THE FLIGHT INFORMATION IS SHARED 8 • Data related to a flight (clearance, route, ...) is exchanged mainly with next downstream sector • Point to point exchange with no real time sharing between all the partners DIFFICULTIES TO EXCHANGE AND TO USE INFORMATION SUCH AS CLEARANCE, ROUTE AND LATE CHANGES Today’s operations WITH SESAR Solutions
9. Way to improve ATC safety For any aircraft in my area of interest, I have access to all clearances given by downstream or upstream ATSU and state frequency The ATCO can then “delete” this flight from his mental image Safety is improved in high traffic density areas 9 4F HMI example (VP711)
10. Way to improve ATC capacity Direct, route or runway modification Coordination is immediate, easy and unambiguous Common situation awareness between multiple partners is ensured in real time 10
11. Way to improve ATC capacity 4F HMI example during VP711 ATCOs appreciate this feature as a very big improvement regarding safety and situational awareness. 11
12. Operational conclusion 12 Allow seamless operations over boundaries Ensure a consistent view of the flight by a disparate set of Air Traffic Centers Improve airspace capacity while reducing controllers workload Tackle current limitations and bring additional operational benefits Improve safety through ensuring the resilient provision of consistent information A solution to cope with Core Area specific complex situation
13. Hugo Salinas, INDRA FLIGHT OBJECT SERVER #SESAR @SESAR_JU @WorldATM_Now
14. Flight Object Server Objectives 14 Additional Component to ATC System Support the Flight Object Handling Translations Dissemination Reception Determination and management of IOP roles
15. The IOP AREA 15 Union of the Areas of Responsibility (AoRs) and Areas of Interest (AoIs) for several ATSUs. Within the IOP area a set of rules are defined for : •IOP roles •Flight Object Creation Distribution •Mechanism to exchange information
16. The Flight Object 16 ‘Flight Object’ (FO) Flight Key Flight Plan Data Flight Identification ATSU Distribution List Coordination SSR Aircraft Trajectory IOP information Departure Script Arrival Departure Clearance provide consistent view of the flight. support sharing of consistent flight data between all stakeholders.
17. The IOP Roles 17 1. Flight Data Manager Publisher (FDMP) 2. Flight Data Contributor (FDC) 3. Flight Data User (FDU) Dynamic IOP role allocation according to flight situation
18. IOP Roles : a dynamic concept 18 A B C D E F X ATSU E - AOI T1 planned route T2 requested route ATSU A ATSU B ATSU C FDMP Creates and Distribute the Flight Object FDC Request updates to the FDMP FDC Request updates to the FDMP ATSU E FDU Receives the FO, no request to the FDMP IOP AREA
19. Architecture Impact 19 SWIM SWIM ATC – Specific layer IOP Application ATC Component X ATC Component Y ATC Component FDPS ATC System – Internal Interface API ICD ICD FOS WIRE ICD API ICD shared Specifications Internal Specifications SWIM SWIM ATC – Specific layer IOP Application ATC Component X ATC Component Y ATC Component FDPS ATC System – Internal Interface API ICD ICD Air Traffic Center #1 Air Traffic Center #2
20. FOS maturity 20 EXE-04.03-VP- 711 VP-711-T NATS-MUAC EXE-07.06.02- VP-714 VP-711-T ENAV-DSNA EXE-04.03-VP- 030 Exchange Flight Objects with Network Manager Exchange Flight Objects with RealTraffic between ENAV, DSNA Exchange Flight Objects with RealTraffic between DFS, MUAC, and DSNA (with ATCO Actions). Exchange Flight Objects with RealTraffic between NATS, MUAC Exchange Flight Objects with Extended Path Profile (EPP) information between MUAC, and LVNL (with ATCO Actions). FOS
21. Hakim SOUAMI, THALES SWIM ENVIRONMENT BLUE PROFILE #SESAR @SESAR_JU @WorldATM_Now
22. What Defines SWIM? 22 Standards ATM Information Infrastructure Governance Qualified Partie Services SWIM
23. Ground /Ground SWIM Data Exchanged • Sharing information via Providing / Consuming service(s) • Information Services Reference Model (ISRM) • Common data definition • ATM Information Reference Model (AIRM) • SWIM Technical infrastructure A/G Datalink Ground Management AOC ATM Advanced Airspace Management Surveillance Data Flight Data Aeronautical Data Meteo Data Demand & Capacity Data Airport Airside Opeations Aerodrome ATC En-route / Approach ATC Military Aeronautical Information Management Network Information Management Meteo Air/Ground SWIM ATFCM scenario data Seamless… ATM information using SWIM 23
24. Ground /Ground SWIM Data Exchanged • Sharing information via Providing / Consuming service(s) • Information Services Reference Model (ISRM) • Common data definition • ATM Information Reference Model (AIRM) • SWIM Technical infrastructure A/G Datalink Ground Management AOC ATM Advanced Airspace Management Airport Airside Opeations Aerodrome ATC En-route / Approach ATC Military Aeronautical Information Management Network Information Management Meteo Air/Ground SWIM Seamless… Exchange Model AIRM Data Exchanged Surveillance Data Flight Data FIXM Aeronautical Data AIXM Meteo Data WXXM AIRM - ATM Information Reference Model 24
25. SWIM Global Interoperability Framework 25
26. Interoperable Infrastructure to distribute data & information 26 Standard Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) technologies Cost Off The Shelves (COTS) based SOA products Additional Software for integration IP-based networks
27. SESAR SWIM Profiles 27 Reduce complexity with technical profiles tailored for specific usage: Yellow profile for non critical information (AIM, Weather, …) Blue profile for critical information (Flight Object) Purple profile to accommodate air- ground exchanges
28. The SWIM Blue Profile The Blue Profile Real-time or near real- time uses High availability Secured interactions Severe constraints with respect to the available resources Build a unique Flight Object ATSUs contribute to common view Dynamic allocation of Flight Object responsibility consistent with ATC handover 28
29. SWIM Blue Profile Achievements Sharing of Flight Objects with the Network Manager Assessment and Improvement of OMG DDS Security Standard Sharing of Flight Objects with Source-Specific Multicast (SSM) over PENS Extract of Real- Traffic between KUAC, MUAC, and REIMS (with ATCO Actions). 29
30. 30 SWIM Blue Profile in a nutshell ED-133 Flight Object Interoperability Specification SWIM-TI Blue Profile IOP Maturity Board AIRM Flight Object ECTL, ENAV, DFS, DSNA, NATS ISRM 1.4 1- Shared Flight Object Service 2- ATC Flight Object Control Service
31. Serge Bagieu, SESAR JU CONCLUSIONS QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
32. Consolidating Flight Information Exchanges solution 32 MUAC/KRH/Reims VP022 2013 VP711 MUAC/KRH/Reims Seamless cross border Operations 2015 Very Large Scale Demonstration SESAR 2020 Validations 2019 Skip ATSU VP841 2016 MUAC/KRH/Reims 2025 Implementation Rule (PCP)
33. IOP International context 33 • European standardisation – Update EUROCAE ED 133 standard – New SWIM Standards • International standards – Flight & Flow Information for Collaborative Environnent (FF-ICE) challenges – Information Exchange Standards (FIXM…) – Trajectory Based Operation (TBO) concept ICATS demonstration
35. Thanks for your attention 35
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