Published on March 14, 2016
1. Florian Guillermet & Benoit Fonck SESAR Joint Undertaking 2016 SESAR PROJECT AWARDS #SESAR @sesar_ju
2. 2016 SESAR Project Awards Recognises excellence within SESAR 26 Nominations (by WP Leaders) 4 Best-in-Class projects 10 Outstanding projects 4 Best Releases 8 Demonstration projects Jury PC members Fabio Ruta (Alenia Aermacchi) & Patrick Souchu (DSNA) SESAR Joint Undertaking Florian Guillermet, Benoit Fonck 2
3. Best in class: The nominees Project Number Project name 06.08.08 Enhanced arrival procedures to reduce occupancy time using GBAS 05.06.01 Ground and Airborne Capabilities to Implement Sequence 3.0 Global Co–ordination & Management 14.01.04 Interface specifications and Services Technical requirements 3
4. 2015 Best in Class Award 4 The winner is…..
5. 2015 Best in Class Award 5 P14.01.04 Interface specifications and service technical requirements Project Manager Antonio Strano (Finmeccanica, formerly Selex Es)
6. SESAR Project Awards Best in class Nomination for P14.01.04 Antonio Strano / FINMECCANICA, 14.01.04 PjM
7. 7 ©2016FinmeccanicaS.p.A.–Allrightsreserved Outline SWIM & P14.01.04 What is relevant in its work for the nomination? What has the project achieved so far?
8. 8 ©2016FinmeccanicaS.p.A.–Allrightsreserved SWIM (System Wide Information Management) consists of standards, infrastructure and governance enabling the management of ATM information and its exchange between qualified parties via interoperable services. Information Systems Interoperability, especially in the ATM context, is a complex topic that may be faced from different perspectives: systems, data and governance. Best in class Nomination for P14.01.04 SWIM & P14.01.04
9. 9 ©2016FinmeccanicaS.p.A.–Allrightsreserved Best in class Nomination for P14.01.04 SWIM & P14.01.04 Information SystemInformation System Real World System Real World System Organisation A Organisation B Organisational Alignment Semantic Alignment Process Alignment Syntax (XML,…) Transport (HTTP, TCP/IP,…) Interaction (SOAP,REST, OGC…) LogicalTechnical Scope Of SWIM-TI ScopeOfSWIM SWIM covers primarily the syntactical, the semantic and technical interoperability levels. SWIM covers primarily the syntactical, the semantic and technical interoperability levels. Technical Interoperability is faced by SWIM Technical Infrastructure (SWIM-TI) that aims at enabling proper consumption and provision of ATM services. Technical Interoperability is faced by SWIM Technical Infrastructure (SWIM-TI) that aims at enabling proper consumption and provision of ATM services. Network (Internet, PENS, AeroMax, …)
10. 10 ©2016FinmeccanicaS.p.A.–Allrightsreserved Interoperability between ATM systems is based on properly designed services. All technical interoperability needs of the System of Systems (SoS) are taken into consideration and segmented into groups for each of which a satisfactory uniform and standard based solution is defined: the SWIM Profiles. The SWIM Profiles represent appropriate mandated solutions including the required SWIM Technical Infrastructure features, adopted standards, configurations and Quality of Services. Currently 3 SWIM profiles have been specified: Yellow Profile, Blue Profile and Purple Profile. SWIM Profiles Technical Specifications are defined by SESAR P14.01.04 according to authoritative SWIM- TI design artifacts provided by P14.01.03 (TAD, SWIM Profiles definition). Best in class Nomination for P14.01.04 SWIM & P14.01.04 Technical Interoperability targets solution aspect of the service: main challenges are fragmentation versus “one size does not fit all”. Technical Interoperability targets solution aspect of the service: main challenges are fragmentation versus “one size does not fit all”.
11. 11 ©2016FinmeccanicaS.p.A.–Allrightsreserved Best in class Nomination for P14.01.04 What is relevant in its work for the nomination? P14.01.04, in tight coordination with P14.01.03, delivers authoritative SWIM-TI design artifacts (SWIM-TI Technical Specifications (TSs) Catalogue): SWIM-TI Identity Management Technical Specification including functional, non-functional and interface requirements for PKIs and Security Token Services. SWIM-TI Identity Management Technical Specification including functional, non-functional and interface requirements for PKIs and Security Token Services. SWIM-TI Run-time Registry Technical Specification including functional, non-functional and interface requirements. It includes standards such as UDDI. SWIM-TI Run-time Registry Technical Specification including functional, non-functional and interface requirements. It includes standards such as UDDI. Profile Name Scope Key Elements Yellow Profile Based on the Web Services stack of standards running over Internet and sufficiently secured. Deployment options kept open as possible. Wide variety of interactions, flexibility and affordable for the service consumer. Usable out-of-the-box with mainstream tools. No real-time or near real-time uses. Non demanding high availability. Yellow Profile consists of different parts: “Core”, “Messaging+”, “Advance” and “Security+”. The Web Services family of protocols based on SOAP (SOAP 1.1 and 1.2, WSDL 1.1 and 2.0, WS-Security 1.1). Transport level security controls (TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2). The AMQP v1.0 protocol. Cryptography (PKI X.509 v3, XML Encryption, XML Signature and ECRYPT II). Profile Name Scope Key Elements Blue Profile Primarily Real-time or near real-time uses (best effort also supported). Demanding high availability with severe constraints with respect to the available resources. Technical solution as much as possible supported out-of-the-box. Secured interactions (different security levels). Running over trusted and untrusted networks. Blue Profile consists of different parts: “Core” and “Flight Data Domain”. The Web Services family of protocols based on SOAP (SOAP 1.1, WSDL 1.1). OMG Real-time Publish-Subscribe specifications (DDS v1.2 and DDS-I v2.1). Transport level security controls (TLS 1.0). Message level security controls (OMG DDS Security). Cryptography (PKI X.509 v3, and ECRYPT II). Profile Name Scope Key Elements Purple Profile High latency and/or low bandwidth conditions. No Real-time or near real-time uses. Need to minimize the communication overhead and transport connections number. Technical solution as much as possible supported out-of-the-box. To enable proper information sharing in scenarios where availability of end-to-end connectivity over the communication infrastructure is intermittent and unpredictable. Purple Profile consists of different parts: “Core” and “Messaging Bridging”. Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) (version 0-9-1). Transport level security controls (TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2). Cryptography (PKI X.509 v3, XML Encryption, XML Signature and ECRYPT II).
12. 12 ©2016FinmeccanicaS.p.A.–Allrightsreserved Best in class Nomination for P14.01.04 What is relevant in its work for the nomination? P14.01.04 Technical Specifications are being adopted as European standards (e.g. PCP). P14.01.04 Technical Specifications are being refined in global standardizations activities (e.g. ICAO/FAA). P14.01.04 demonstrated high quality requirements management. P14.01.04 is playing a proactive and key role in several SESAR programme level activities including WMS (Working Method on Services), Service Design (e.g. STDD), SWIM Global Demonstration, SEMG (predecessor of SWIM governance) and security and architecture threads. P14.01.04 has ensured the timely delivery of the SWIM-TI specifications while maintaining synchronization with the rest of the SESAR programme.
13. 13 ©2016FinmeccanicaS.p.A.–Allrightsreserved 14.01.04 BP TS (#REQ = 535) 14.01.04 PP TS (#REQs = 224) Best in class Nomination for P14.01.04 What has the project achieved so far? SWIM-TI 3.0 Technical Specifications (approved by SJU in March 2015) represent valuable and mature SESAR achievements P14.01.04 handed over (December 2015) SWIM-TI 3.1 TSs representing refinement of 3.0. Green 2015 (and 2014) Gate without corrective actions concerning management and technical aspects. 14.01.04 IdM TS (#REQs = 177) 14.01.04 YP TS (#REQ = 370)
14. 14 ©2016FinmeccanicaS.p.A.–Allrightsreserved Best in class Nomination for P14.01.04 Project Members
15. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION Antonio Strano (email@example.com)
16. Outstanding Project- Nominees 16 Project Number Project Name 07.06.02 Optimised Airspace Users Operations (UDPP) 04.07.08 Controller Team Organisation, roles and responsibilities in a trajectory based operation within En-route airspace (including multi-sector planner) 14.04 SWIM Exploitation B.04.01 Development & maintenance of the ATM Performance and business aspects of the European ATM Enterprise Architecture P06.08.04 Coupled AMAN-DMAN P10.09.02 Multiple airport arrival/departure management P12.06.02 The Airport Operations Plan (AOP), decision support tools and conflict detection tools to be integrated in APOC for managing the overall performance of the airport P09.47 TCAS Evolution P09.14 Airport Surface Alerts (ownership and traffic) P10.04.01 Enhanced Tools for Conflict Detection and Resolution
17. 2015 Outstanding Project Award 17 The winner is…..
18. 2015 Outstanding Project Award 18 P10.09.02 Multiple airport arrival/departure management Project Manager Mustapha El Mizeb (Thales)
19. PROJECT 10.09.02
20. Project Overview • P10.09.02 contributes in building Arrival/Departure Management solutions for complex TMA, including multiple airports with the objective of optimising delivery of traffic to the various runways, with minimal route or time extension and to enable a constant throughput into the en-route phase of flight. • P10.09.02 covers Step 1 & Step 2: – Step 1 focused on AMAN Horizon Extension. – Step 2 is focusing on AMAN/DMAN coupling and Arrivals/Departures in complex TMA (Multi Airport context) • P10.09.02 contributes to : – OFA 04.01.01: Integrated Arrival/Departure Management at Airports – OFA 04.01.02: Enhanced Arrival & Departure Management in TMA and En Route • Partners : DSNA, ENAIRE,INDRA, NATMIG, THALES 20
21. Project dependencies
22. Contribution to PCP and SESAR Solutions • 10.09.02 strongly contributes to : • PCP AF1 (extended Arrival Management) and AF5 (SWIM yellow profile) • SESAR Solution 5: Extended Arrival Management Horizon. • SESAR Solution 6: Control Time of Arrival (CTA) in medium density/medium complexity environment. • SESAR Solution 54: Flow based Integration of Arrival and Departure Management. 22 RELEASE 4 RELEASE 5 RELEASE 4
23. Validation exercices : EXE05.06.01-VP477 23 • Arrival Management Extended to En Route Airspace • Controlled Time of Arrival (CTA), including the use of i4D • Very positives results and feedback • Implementation of i4D/CTA brings benefits
24. Validation exercices : EXE05.06.07-VP695 XMAN V3 live Trials 24 •Operational environment – Reims UAC • Manages traffic to London Heathrow • Coordination point is ABNUR – Frequent traffic overload •Objectives – Meter/schedule traffic to EGLL – Share delay between LTCC, LACC and Reims UAC – Coordinate regulation in Reims sectors – Provide speed advisories according to delay to tactical controllers XMAN: Generic design with adaptable HMIs to cope with various working methods ABNUR
25. Validation exercices : EXE06.08.04-VP358 AMAN/DMAN Coupling 25 fixed Network DCB Airport DCB AMAN Pre sequence DMAN Pre sequence DMAN stable Seq. & gap size update AMAN Sequence fixed 1 h 40´ 5´20 RUNWAY TOD TMA CTA FINAL TOBT TSAT DMAN Seq. & gap. update ETA/ELDT ETOT fine tuning of sequence & gaps at the runway early balancing of Arrivals and Departures – Refining Arr/Dep ratio
26. Other validation exercices • Validations already completed: – R2 V3 EXE-05.03-VP034 : Integration of Arrival Manager (AMAN) and supporting functionalities with point P-RNAV procedures in a complex TMA . – V2 EXE.05.06.07-VP357: Validation of Advanced DMAN-Routing Step2. – V2 EXE.05.06.07-VP485 : Arrival Management Supporting CTA/RTA. 26
27. Thank you for your attention 27
28. Best Release Exercise - Nominees 28 Project Number Project name 07.05.02 - VP710 Sharing Real Time airspace status with ATC & NM, FOC 05.06.07 - VP695 Extended AMAN (XMAN) 06.09.03 - VP 063 Remote AFIS 05.03 - VP 805 Integrated validation i4D/CTA + ASAS + XMAN
29. 2015 Best Release Award 29 The winner is…..
30. 2015 Best Release Award 30 05.03 - VP 805 Extended AMAN operations supported by i4D/CTA and ASPA and XMAN Project Manager Luigi Mazzucchelli (ENAV)
31. Best Release Exercise 2015 SESAR P05.03-EXE-VP-805
32. Advanced Arrival Management supported by CTA and ASPA S&M VP805VP805 EXE-05.03-VP-805 Integrated Validation: To demonstrate the compatibility between ASPA-S&M and i4D+CTA operations in combination with the E-AMAN. Taking into consideration the lesson learnt from the previous exercises VP708 Validation method Real-Time Simulation
33. Advanced Arrival Management supported by CTA and ASPA S&M MERGE ASPA Merging technique achieves precise pair-wise time-based spacing at fix SPACE In trail time-based spacing - precise final approach spacing in all wind conditions
34. Advanced Arrival Management supported by CTA and ASPA S&M There is compatibility per se between ASPA-FIM- S&M and i4D+CTA or full 4D operations. However, performance benefits of the first two ASPA-FIM- S&M manoeuvres selected by project 05.06.06 have yet to be demonstrated. Moreover, a first set of exercise integration validation activities of CTA+i4D and ASPA-FIM-S&M are described in a detailed manner for exercise 708. This work will be finalized in the VP805 represented by a RTS and a live trials in order to have a close out of V3 level. • Environmental Sustainability & Fuel efficiency • Predictability • Cost-effectiveness • Airspace Capacity – TMA • Airspace Capacity – En-route • Airport Capacity • Safety • Security • Human Performance
35. 35 Storyboard of the SESARStoryboard of the SESAR activitiesactivities
36. EXE-05.03-VP-805: Context The VP-805 represents the evolution of the VP-708 (R4) taking also into account the outputs coming from the initial exercise. The VP-805 will be based on two following activities: 1) A distributed Real Time Simulation involving “ENAV IBP Rome” and “AIRBUS Integration Simulator” located in Toulouse; 2) “Alenia C27J VCD IBP” as verified by P09.03 is contributing to the RTS sessions; 3) The Flight Trial joint campaign will performed on ENAV IBP in shadow mode with Rome ACC operational system and “AIRBUS Flight Test aircraft”. A Rehearsal FT intermediate step will be also performed between RTS and FT in order to ensure the proper exchange of CPDLC and ADS-C messages via real ATN
37. EXE-05.03-VP-805: Context The VP-805 represents the evolution of the VP-708 (R4) taking also into account the outputs coming from the initial exercise. The VP-805 will be based on two following activities: 1) A distributed Real Time Simulation involving “ENAV IBP Rome” and “AIRBUS Integration Simulator” located in Toulouse; 2) “Alenia C27J VCD IBP” as verified by P09.03 is contributing to the RTS sessions; 3) The Flight Trial joint campaign will performed on ENAV IBP in shadow mode with Rome ACC operational system and “AIRBUS Flight Test aircraft”. A Rehearsal FT intermediate step will be also performed between RTS and FT in order to ensure the proper exchange of CPDLC and ADS-C messages via real ATN
38. Page 38 VP-805: High Level RTS Architecture ATGATG 4FF backbone4FF backbone ACSACS ATCOATCO CWCW PP CWCW PP CWCW PPCWPCWPAMANAMANi4Di4D CTACTA CPDLCCPDLC AIS - TOULOUSEAIS - TOULOUSE ASPAASPA S&MS&M SVSSVS ACSACSiA/CiA/C ACSACS PilotPilot ADS-CADS-C ADS-CADS-C CPDLCCPDLC SURV.SURV. VOICEVOICE
39. Airspace DesignAirspace Design • 3 En-Route Sector • 4 Pre-sequencing Secotrs • 2 TMA Sectors • 2 Arrival Sectors • Sequence and Arrival Managers supported by E- AMAN • CTR included in Rome FIR • IPA (Independent Parallel Approach) • Full representativeness of Rome E-TMA • Different Traffic Loads with different mixed equipped ratio • RISA Last update AIRAC cycle • Realistic TMA environment with 3 IAFs (ROM- LIGBU-TAQ) located at same distance from LIRF • Inbound on LIRA
40. STARs Allocation for LIRFSTARs Allocation for LIRF
41. What’s New Airborne prototypeWhat’s New Airborne prototype • New CTA Position about 45 NM • New ASAS customization for the Area • For LIRF 16L and 16R • Manouvres to accomodate Remain and Merge behind • To maximize the use of ASAS to improve the RWY troughput • Based on realistic environment • Customization of TMA area • Entry level in IAF FL130 and TAS 250Kts The Scenario considers a military flight C-27J (IM – Interval Manager) departing from Turin Airport to Rome Fiumicino + a civil flight Airbus A320 (target) departing from Toulouse to Rome Fiumicino. Close Cooperation with P09.03
42. Star Allocation and DistanceStar Allocation and Distance
43. VP805 Operational LayoutVP805 Operational Layout
44. Validation documentationValidation documentation 44
45. Best Demonstration Project - Nominees 45 Project Number Project name RPAS05 TEMPAERIS LSD.02.09 PROuD (PBN Rotorcraft Procedures under Demonstration) RPAS.06 ODREA Operational Demonstration of RPAS in European Airspace LSD.01.05 FREE Solutions - Free Route Environmental Efficient Solutions Demo 02.05 NASCIO RPAS07 Project CLAIRE (RPAS Demonstration Project) Demo 02.02 FAIR STREAM Demo 01.02 REACT Plus
46. 2015 Best Demonstration Award 46 The winner is…..
47. 2015 Best Demonstration Award 47 FAIRSTREAM Project Manager Estelle Le Guilcher (DSNA)
48. FAIR STREAM FABEC ANSPs and AIRlines in SESAR TRials for Enhanced Arrival Management
49. 49 The Context A demonstration project with Live Trials : paving the way for the Network Collaborative Management (#AF4 in PCP) Closely linked to : - SESAR WP 7 « Network Operations » - Exercise « Palma Trials » led by EUROCONTROL
50. 50 FAIR STREAM Objectives Objective 1 : Demonstrate the feasibility of the use of TTA (Target Time of Arrival) instead of / complementary to CTOT Can the pilot manage his TTA ? How is this information shared between all the stakeholders ? Objective 2 : Evaluate the predictability of TTA flights Evaluate ATC and aircrew workload
51. 51 FAIR STREAM Exercises Live Trials on 3 airports located in the Core Area : Paris-CDG Arrivals Zurich Arrivals Munich Arrivals 2 to 3 flights per day in 2 periods : -Spring 2013 -Autumn 2013 (Refinement of the scenario)
52. 52 Paris Bruxelles Munich Zurich The Current Situation Calculated Take-Off Time CTOT ? With CTOT, aircraft take off… but the real constraint in saturated airspace is not taken into account in the flight management system With CTOT, aircraft take off… but the real constraint in saturated airspace is not taken into account in the flight management system
53. 53 Paris Bruxelles Munich Zurich The FAIR STREAM Concept With TTA used by all stakeholders, the effectiveness of network solutions to saturated airspace will be improved With TTA used by all stakeholders, the effectiveness of network solutions to saturated airspace will be improved During the flight, the pilot can adjust aircraft speed in order to respect TTA Target Time of Arrival TTA Target Take-Off Time Before departure, the pilot can adjust TTOT based on actual situation
54. 54 FAIR STREAM Results Total Live Trials: almost 1,000 flights Short, medium and long-haul flights PREDICTABILITY Adherence to TTA clearly better during the trials CDM and TTA concepts are compliant WORKLOAD No significant increase due to the use of TTA for ATCOs and crews PREDICTABILITY Adherence to TTA clearly better during the trials CDM and TTA concepts are compliant WORKLOAD No significant increase due to the use of TTA for ATCOs and crews Baseline FAIR STREAM Toulouse > Paris-CDG Zurich Arrivals
55. 55 Operational Actors talk about FAIR STREAM ATCO’s Speech ATCO’s Speech Pilot’s Speech
56. 56 FAIR STREAM Conclusions TTA information was shared by all the actors (Network Manager, aircrews, AOC, FMP, ATCOs) Predictability of flights with TTA was clearly better TTA was manageable with current ground and on-board equipment
57. 57 Next Step FAIR STREAM: a first step to validate the feasibility of the use of TTA Several points need to be further investigated: Testing on complete flows Studying synergies between TTA and AMAN Finding a way to give a TTA to long-haul flights Working on the reduction of time uncertainties between gate and take-off XMAN A-CDM TTA Ext-AMAN A-Flex AOP/NOP Traffic complexity dDCB STAM Fair Stream CTOT to TTA PCP = AF1+AF4+AF6
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