DCIT Plenary OWG Brief Out 20160329.pdf

Data Communications
DCIT Plenary
- OWG Update
Presented to: DCIT
By: Andy Fry, Thane Inc.
Date: March 29, 2016
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Administration
Original Initial Revised
Clearance – TDLS Development
Items to Note:
•APALO3.APALO should be
displayed as APALO3
•This should be fixed in a future
build – Submit to ER board – Mid
April build?
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Production TDLS Revised
Initial Clearance
Items to Note:
At the end of the second Free Text
line the following was added”
“THIS IS A REVISED
CLEARANCE.”
The reason for the two periods is
due to message formatting rules –
One is applied by TDLS and the
other is applied by the avionics –
Resolution is remove the one from
TDLS. Submit to the ER board –
Mid April build?
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Message Formatting
discussion – Option 1
At the request of DCIT the OWG wished to
explore the option of formatting the Revised
Initial Clearance to improve readability with
the following rules:
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Additional Format Options – Post meeting discussion
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•The above formats are added post the March 9th telecom asking to highlight the section – “THIS IS A REVISED CLEARANCE”.
• Option 3 – This is a revised clearance is paired with the route information. Formatting limits where you add the “-”. This can be replaced with a PLUS but
didn’t come across very well
•Option 4 – Pared the Route and DP/TRN together
•Need some feedback from the community to finalize the recommendation to Systems Engineering. – Right now the group
consensus – Option 1,3, and 4. What say you…
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Additional Format Options –
Additional User Input
•Option 5 format brings forward
the “This Is A Revised RTE” as a
leading statement .
•This also changes the text form
Clearance to RTE.
•Input still required form the
community on the direction they
would like to go.
•Also, is there a need for controller
input?
•Discussion is based on a TDLS
build Late June-July timeline
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Work Group items Discussion
• Climb – out “None” Discussion – At the ER board
– Usually occurs when there is a change in routing and the DP is repeated. See comments from
Chad.
• When there is a speed change to a published profile (Climb Via): Waiting on Flt
Stds..
– FAA 7110.65V citation from Page 5–7-3:
EXAMPLE−
2. “Cross Alisa at one zero thousand, then climb via the TIMMY One departure, except maintain
two two zero knots.”
• To the FDWG – Do you believe we should pursue this with the ATC work group – Chad…
• CPDLC Uplink Content – Open – Waiting on Flt Stds.. See Climb Via discussion
– Option field info in RTE section – Speed within the route section
• Briefed CNS TF PCPSI group, Recommend that the facilities use the procedures as designed and not repeat
published information
• Flight Manual “CPDLC - DCL” notes contained in the airport pages? Review in
progress
• FAA flight Information - Airport Facilities directory, Notam’s, ATIS - Complete
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Ops Work Group Discussion – Con’t
• Inclusion of DP/TRN with Rwy in all loadable uplinks when part of the
clearance – Open Item
• Altitude/Speed uplinks Enroute and Descent – Constraints discussion
Discussed at DCIT 46 - Closed
• NSDA – Planning discussion – What needs to been done to be ready for
NSDA IOC??? Is there a specific date we can look for implementation? –
Discussed at DCIT 46 – Update DCL and Frequency Management DCIT
documents
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Logging On when on the ground – Standard Procedure?
Disconnects to connect up with the Ocean Environment – Open discussion…
• DCIT FDWG/Production DCL End2End User Guide Update – Will be
distributed this week by 11 March for review and Plenary approval on 29
March 2016
• Started effort with Harris concerning documentation and tracing.
• Need to address Enroute changes and incorporate into the DCIT docs.
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