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FAA NEXTGEN DATA COMM
TOWER SERVICE: CPDLC DCL
NEW OPERATOR INTRODUCTION
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Agenda
• Data Comm Basics
• Benefits of Data Comm
• Departure Clearance Explanation
• Operator Steps to Participation
• Data Comm Operator Documentation
• Airport Tower Rollout Schedule
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Data Communication Basics
Voice communication frequencies between pilots and air traffic control (ATC) are becoming
increasingly congested and will not be able to accommodate the projected increase in air traffic
demand. Use of data communications (Data Comm) to supplement some routine voice
communications will increase efficiency, capacity, and safety.
Data Comm Overview
Provides data communications between the
cockpit and controllers to supplement voice
communications
Air traffic control (ATC) clearances, instructions,
traffic flow management, flight crew requests
and reports
Provides direct link between ground automation
and flight deck avionics
Transformational program critical to the
success of NextGen operations
Provides infrastructure supporting other
NextGen programs and operational
improvements
Enables efficiencies not possible using current
voice system
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Program Services Roadmap
CY
14
Segment 1 Phase 1
- Tower Service
Segment 1 Phase 2
- En Route
Services
Baselined
May 2012
Baselined
October 2014
To be Baselined
FY2016
Avionics
16
IOC
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
Controller-Pilot Data Link (CPDLC) Departure Clearances (DCL)
Transfer of Communications
IOC Initial Check-In
Altimeter Settings
Initial En
Altitudes
Speeds (Limited)
Route
Crossing Restrictions (Limited)
Services
Airborne Reroutes / Go Button
Controller Initiated Reroutes (Limited)
Direct-to-Fix (Limited)
Controller Initiated Routes (Full)
Direct-to-Fix (Full)
IOC
Crossing Restrictions (Full)
Advisory Messages
Full En Route
Holding Instructions
Services
Speeds (Full)
Stuck Microphone
Tailored Arrivals
Beacon Codes
FANS 1/A over VDL-2 transitioning to ATN
Future Air Navigation System (FANS)
Ground System
Segment 2
- Advanced Services
Aeronautical Telecommunications Network (ATN)
IOC
4D Trajectories
Dynamic RNP
Adv Flt Int Mgt with ATC winds
D-TAXI
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Benefits of Data Comm
Throughput/Efficiency
Reduce communication time
between controllers & pilots
Improve re-routing around
weather and congestion
Increase flexibility and
accommodation of user
requests
• Delay
• Fuel
Burn
Controller Pilot/Efficiency
• Communication
Time
• Controller
Workload
Environmental
• Emissions (CO2)
Safety
Enable NextGen Initiatives &
Trajectory-Based Operations
• Read/hear back
errors
• Loss of Comm
events
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Departure Clearance
CPDLC DCL
• Cleared as filed
• Flight Crew logs into airport at any
time (Session established when next
step occurs)
• As Clearance Delivery approves
flight plan, a session will be
established and the clearance is sent
directly to flight deck
• For operators with a Flight
Operations Center (FOC), dispatch
copy of clearance and pilot response
is sent to FOC.
• Revisions to clearance
• Revised clearances are sent directly
to flight deck.
• Able to be loaded by crew.
• For operators with an FOC, dispatch
copy of all revisions and pilot
responses are also sent to FOC.
Pre-departure Clearance (PDC)
• Flight cleared as filed
• PDC is delivered to operator via
service provider (e.g., ARINC/SITA)
• If operator has an FOC, then FOC
may be responsible for getting the
clearance to the flight deck
• Revisions to clearance
• Prior to P-30, PDC is not sent and
clearance is delivered via voice.
• After P-30, PDC is cancelled and
new clearance is delivered via
voice.
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Current DCL Operation
Normal Push-DCL Operations
Controller
Processes DCL
Pilot Logon
Non-normal Push-DCL
Operations Examples
Pilot Logon/Controller
processes DCL
Pilot Logon/Controller
processes DCL
+
Controller
Processes
Revision
TDLS Sends
DCL
Pilot Receives, Reviews,
Accepts & Loads DCL
Yes
TDLS already uplinked a
clearance, but not yet Pilot
accepted.
Pilot Requests DCL after
accepting initial
clearance
Pilot Requests DCL while
Clearance is Pending
TDLS Sends
Full Route
Clearance
TDLS Sends
“Acknowledge
Pending
Clearance”
Pilot Acks
Clearance
Clearance
Revisions?
No
Aircraft
Departs
Session
Termination
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Operator Steps to Participation
• Determine equipage
• FANS 1/A and VDL Mode 2 or VDL Mode 0 (Plain Old ACARS) required
• Establish or Update OpSpec A056 for Part 121, 135, 91K or OpSpec A003 for Part 129
• No OpSpec or LOA required for Part 91 operators for domestic CPDLC
• File appropriate equipment code in field 10a of ICAO flight plan
• J3 for FANS 1/A over VDL Mode 0
• J4 for FANS 1/A over VDL Mode 2
• File desired DAT/ code in field 18 of ICAO flight plan
• Recommend DAT/1FANSP2PDC for DCL flights (can include other DAT/ characters as required)
• This establishes the desired hierarchy for receiving departure clearance (e.g. DCL, then PDC, then
voice)
• Must include DAT/ in order to get CPDLC DCL
• Distribute flight crew materials
• Updates to SOP and required training bulletins
• Begin use of the CPDLC DCL service.
• Rolling out to 56 US sites in 2016
• Optional: Submit entry into FAA subscriber database to receive dispatch copies
• Generally coordinated through flight planning service provider
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Data Comm Operator Documents
CPDLC Departure Clearance End to End Description
This document describes the Future Air Navigation System (FANS) 1/A Controller Pilot Data Link
Communication (CPDLC) Departure Clearance (DCL) for the Data Comm system that is being deployed
by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in 2016, from an end-to-end view.
CPDLC Demonstration Video
Teaser Video
Full Video
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Data Comm Flight Deck Documents
Flight Deck
Flight Desk User Guide
The Flight Desk User Guide will assist in bringing the flight crew up to speed on the
Data Comm process within the cockpit.
Flight Deck Brief PowerPoint
PDC versus DCL overview presentation.
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CPDLC DCL Crew Job Aid
Tablet & Print versions available
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Ops Problem Reporting
Operational Problem Report Ticket
Please use this ticket to report all
issues.
Email to [email protected]
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CPDLC Operation
Once CPDLC DCL is
Operational, CPDLC
will be noted in:
• Local NOTAM
• ATIS
• CPDLC added to
airport diagram
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S1P1 Tower Service
Implementation Waterfall
Key Sites
Site Name
Site ID
KS 1: Salt Lake City SLC
KS 2: Houston Intcl IAH
KS 3: Houston Hobby HOU
TDLS Color Key
CPDLC DCL Site
Site Operational
•
ARTCC
ZLC
ZHU
ZHU
IOC
08/07/15
09/03/15
09/10/15
Goup A
Site Name
Site ID
New Orleans
MSY
Austin
AUS
San Antonio
SAT
Los Angeles
LAX
Las Vegas
LAS
San Diego
SAN
John Wayne
SNA
Burbank
BUR
Ontario
ONT
San Francisco
SFO
Oakland
OAK
San Jose
SJC
Sacremento
SMF
Phoenix
PHX
Albuquerque
ABQ
Portland
PDX
Seattle
SEA
Dallas Love
DAL
Dallas Fort Worth DFW
ARTCC
ZHU
ZHU
ZHU
ZLA
ZLA
ZLA
ZLA
ZLA
ZLA
ZOA
ZOA
ZOA
ZOA
ZAB
ZAB
ZSE
ZSE
ZFW
ZFW
IOC
01/21/16
02/04/16
02/19/16
03/14/16
03/28/16
04/11/16
04/25/16
05/09/16
05/23/16
06/14/16
06/28/16
07/13/16
07/27/16
08/17/16
08/31/16
09/22/16
09/22/16
10/13/16
10/27/16
Group B
Site Name
Site ID ARTCC
Louisville
SDF
ZID
Indianapolis
IND
ZID
Memphis
MEM ZME
Nashville
BNA ZME
Denver
DEN ZDV
Atlanta
ATL
ZTL
Charlotte
CLT
ZTL
Orlando
MCO ZJX
Miami
MIA ZMA
Fort Lauderdale FLL
ZMA
Tampa
TPA
ZMA
Palm Beach
PBI
ZMA
San Juan
SJU
ZMA
St Louis
STL
ZKC
Kansas City
MCI
ZKC
Minn.-St Paul
MSP ZMP
Group C
IOC
Site Name
Site ID ARTCC
02/10/16 Newark
EWR ZNY
03/07/16 John F Kennedy JFK
ZNY
04/04/16 LaGuardia
LGA
ZNY
04/18/16 Teterboro
TEB
ZNY
05/09/16 Westchester
HPN ZNY
05/23/16 Philadelphia
PHL
ZNY
06/07/16 Boston
BOS ZBW
06/29/16 Bradley
BDL
ZBW
08/03/16 Detroit
DTW ZOB
08/17/16 Cleveland
CLE
ZOB
08/31/16 Pittsburgh
PIT
ZOB
09/15/16 Balt/Wash Int'l BWI ZDC
09/15/16 Dulles
IAD
ZDC
10/06/16 Wash. Reagan DCA ZDC
10/20/16 Raleigh Durham RDU ZDC
11/10/16 Midway
MDW ZAU
O'Hare
ORD ZAU
Milwaukee
MKE ZAU
IOC
02/12/16
02/25/16
03/14/16
03/28/16
04/11/16
04/25/16
05/16/16
06/14/16
07/06/16
07/20/16
08/03/16
08/24/16
09/08/16
09/22/16
10/06/16
10/27/16
11/10/16
11/10/16
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Waterfall reflects challenge schedule dates (calendar year)
Baseline schedule Tower deployment dates are 2016-2019
•
Waterfall validated by stakeholder community through the NIWG and aligned with operator plans for
avionics equipage
•
Tower Phase provides infrastructure for En Route Phase – Initial Services deployment 2018-2021
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Contact
For further information and documents on Data Comm please visit
http://dcis.harris.com/ or email [email protected]
Chris Collings
[email protected]
Chris Sutherland
[email protected]
Moranda Reilly
[email protected]
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