Published on March 14, 2016
1. 9 March 2016 SESAR Exchange Theatre, World ATM Congress 2016 SESAR VIRTUAL CENTRES: BREAKING THE MYTH
2. SESAR Virtual Centres : breaking the myth 2
3. SESAR Virtual Centres : breaking the myth 3
4. SESAR Virtual Centres : breaking the myth 4
5. Virtual Centre Concept - context 5 Geographical decoupling of: • ATM Data Service Providers (ADSPs) • Air Traffic Service Units (ATSUs) In SESAR 1 and in the future: decoupling through open and standardised service interfaces Service Oriented Architecture: • Dataflows organised through Services • Open and common service interfaces • Standardised service interfaces as final objective
6. Virtual Centre Concept - benefits 6 Virtual Centre Concept, a technical enabler for: •Optimized technical infrastructure costs to provide ATM Data •Dynamic airspace allocation allowing optimisation of ATM operations: Delegation of sectors during peak hours Closure of an ATSUs during night •Contingency scenarios between European ATSUs
7. Virtual Centre - context 7 OPEN AND STANDARD SERVICE INTERFACES SERVICE PROVIDER FOR VIRTUAL CENTRES
8. Virtual Centre - context 8 OPEN AND STANDARD SERVICE INTERFACES SPECIALISED SERVICE PROVIDERS BY SERVICE(S) Inter Service Providers Services
9. Virtual Centre - context 9 OPEN AND STANDARD SERVICE INTERFACES Inter Service Providers Services SPECIALISED SERVICE PROVIDERS BY SERVICE(S)
10. Virtual Centre - context 10 OPEN AND STANDARD SERVICE INTERFACES Inter Service Providers Services SPECIALISED SERVICE PROVIDERS BY SERVICE(S) Gateway
11. Virtual centre – context - SESAR 1 Scope 11 OPEN AND STANDARD SERVICE INTERFACES Necessary Dataflows SPECIALISED SERVICE PROVIDERS BY SERVICE(S) Gateway Service interface design in SESAR1 SERVICE PROVIDER FOR VIRTUAL CENTRES
12. Virtual Centre Concept - involved partners 14 NATS DSNA DFS ENAVENAIRE Skyguide Eurocontrol INDRA THALES SELEX FREQUENTIS 7 ANSPs 4 INDUSTRY PARTNERS
13. Main steps 17 Feasibility study for Virtual Centre Concept Common service architecture Common list of operations / service Common logical payloads in messages Proof of concept : Demonstrations !!!
14. SESAR Virtual Centres : breaking the myth 18
15. 19 Virtual Centre Services for CWPs The main objective of SESAR1 Virtual Centre is to define Services needed by CWPs for normal operation Operational Modelling described each of the capabilities provided by an En-route/Approach ATS Node Service Modelling described each of the Service Interfaces for the CWP SESAR Factsheet on operational modelling methodology was adopted SESAR Working Method Services AdoptedWhat is a Service?
16. service modelling : covered scope sd CHMI Management CHMI SUR MONA CONF AMAN SNET AGDS - ATC Clearances - ATC Instruction - Planning Inputs - Sequence Advisory Acceptance TP&M FPLD C&T SSRCM ATCO (from Misc) SUPP CORR LTCM OPSUP Surveillance Data «flow» Surveillance Weather «flow» Monitoring Aids «flow» TBS Related Alerts «flow» Conflict Data «flow» Manual Monitoring Aids Interaction «flow» Coordination&Transfer Data «flow» Safety Nets Notifications «flow» Active Pattern and AFIs «flow» Arrival Flight Metering «flow» Arrival Sequence Data «flow» CTA Processing «flow» Coordination&Transfer Data Inputs «flow» Departure Sequence Data «flow» CTA Processing «flow» Airspace Mgt Notifications «flow» Arrival Sequence Inputs «flow»SFPL Change Request «flow» Manual Conflict Interaction «flow» Mode A Code Mgt «flow» CTA Processing «flow» CTA Processing «flow» Trajectory Inputs «flow» Manual Correlation Mgt «flow» Sequence Advisories Acceptance «flow» CPDLC Uplink Internal «flow» Flight Data «flow» Complexity Mgt Data «flow» Mode A Code Mgt «flow» Commands «flow» Track SFPL Correlation Data «flow» Arrival Constraint «flow» CPDLC Downlink Internal «flow» CM Downlink Internal «flow» Air-Ground Inconsistencies «flow» ADS-C Downlink Internal «flow» Airspace Mgt Notifications «flow» Trajectory Data «flow» Airspace & Sectorisation «flow» SURVSURV SNETSNET AMANAMANFlight Data Flight Data CORRCORR C & TC & T TRAJECTORYTRAJECTORY CONFCONF MONAMONA AGDSAGDS SSR CMSSR CM LTCMLTCM SUPPSUPP OPSUPOPSUP Primary Services Secondary Services Not addressed CWP 90 % of the scope covered Note: Primary Services shall be validated during the Project Demonstration Phase.
17. Service Identification - Project 10.1.7 TAD used to define Primary & Secondary services 21 Virtual Centre Services for CWPs Primary Services: CWP Flight Data & Trajectory Coordination & TransferCorrelation Surveillance Surveillance Data SFPL Change Request Flight Data Manual Correlation Mgt Correlation Data C & T input C & T Data Flight Data Management Service: This Service supports the Controller to input information in the system. Flight Data Distribution Service: Distributes updates at every modification of the Flight Data. Co-ordination & Transfer Service: Manages Coordination and Transfer operations. . Correlation Distribution Service: Provides a pairing between a System Flight Plan and a System Track. Correlation Management Service: manually correlates/ de-correlates a System Flight Plan to/from a System Track. Surveillance Data Distribution Service: Provides a representation of the actual air traffic situation.
18. 22 Virtual Centre Services for CWPs Surveillance Data Flight Data Manual Correlation Mgt Correlation Data C & T input Secondary Services: Conflict Management Safety Nets Monitoring Aids Arrival Management Conflict Data Manual Conflict Interaction Safety Net Notification Monitoring Aids Arrival Arrival Data Flight Data & Trajectory Correlation Surveillance Coordination & Transfer C & T Data CWP SFPL Change Request
19. Maturity of Services The Maturity of two of the SET1 services: – FlightDataManagementServices: • CORE vs Extension - 68% / 32% • Note: critical flight data such as Aircraft id, Aircraft type, flight plan status has been agreed as CORE for the Flight Data Management Service – CoordinationandTransferServices: • CORE vs Extension - 30% /70% • Note: Critical Co-ordination data such as Coordination Reference, Speed, heading, SFL has been agreed as CORE for the C&T service 23 Lessons learned: •Substantial activity to model all CWP / Service Providers interactions •Defined 90% of service interfaces for CWP •50% of the service interfaces are common across Industrial Partners
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21. Demonstration Why demonstration? 25 To show and assess the technical feasibility of using open service interfaces
22. Demonstration: the objectives Service Orientation Multi-vendors Service provider independence CWP provider independence Remote Usage Services
23. Demonstration set-up 27 Service Provider CWP "Demo #7" used as illustration
24. 28 Operations demonstrated in Demo #7 FlightDataDistribution publishFlightDataDistribution FlightDataMgmt requestProcessCFL requestProcessDirect requestProcessHeading requestProcessRFL requestProcessRoute requestProcessSpeed SurveillanceDistribution publishSurveillanceData CorrelationDistribution publishCorrelationData publishAllCorrelationData CoordinationAndTransferMgmt assumeFlight handOver
25. Demo #7: Set-up 29
26. Demo #7: Set-up 30 skyguide Frequentis Remote NATS Remote EC Remote (Geneva) Remote (Geneva) Simplified NATS airspace
27. Demo #7: Set-up 31 NATS Remote Position NATS Remote Position skyguide Remote Position skyguide Remote Position Eurocontrol Remote Position Eurocontrol Remote Position VisualizerVisualizer FRQ CWPsFRQ CWPs skyguide CWPsskyguide CWPs
28. Service Orientation Multi-vendors Service provider independence CWP provider independence Remote Usage Services Demonstration outcomes Top results: CWPs Services meet the expectations Feasibility assessment of the concept is green 34
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30. Conclusion: Achievements 11 Partners have developed a common model for CWP services All major service interfaces for CWPs have been designed Service interfaces as a basis for Virtual Centre Concept are integrated in SESAR framework Service interfaces implemented in 5 Service Providers and 8 different CWPs Successful demonstrations including multi-vendor collaboration at several European sites Virtual Centre Concept Event and communication to ATM community Feasibility of Virtual Centre Concept positively assessed 36
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33. Virtual Centre Concept in future R&I 39 Business improvements Most promising virtual centre scenarios Technical solutions Operational drivers
34. Virtual Centre Concept in future R&I 2016-2019 40 Scope Extension : Voice, TWR, ATFCM Impact study on overall architecture Technical Verification Technical solutions Business improvementsBusiness Validation Business Modelling Cost effectiveness Operational drivers Operational Validation
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36. Thanks for your attention 42
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