130821_ER_report_out.pptx

En-route Working Group
22 Aug 2013
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En-route Working Group Context
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 Final Investment Decision in fall 2014
 Requirements need to be done at end-2013 / early-2014 (CY)
 For DCIT, this End-to-End, Flight Deck and SIDD level documents
 DCIT ERWG Priorities
 Selected due to
– Complexity
– Criticality to Program success
– Value to aircraft operators
 TOC/IC
– Will work National Single Data Authority (NSDA) and “Eligibility into this”
 Re-routing
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Go Button
Controller Initiated Reroutes
Direct-to-fix
Tailored Arrivals
Crossing constraints
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DCIT Document Hierarchy
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Procedures and operational
system features effecting
multiple organizations
Detailed system features
and interface definitions
affecting multiple
organizations
End-to-End
Systems
Integration
Document
Local systems design and
requirements material
(Tower, AOC, FAA)
Detailed system features and interface
definitions affecting individual
organizations (e.g. Use Cases)
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Flight Deck Guidance
Detailed aircrew
procedures affecting
multiple organizations
Local procedures
(Tower, AOC, Flight Deck)
Detailed procedures affecting
individual organizations
6/28/2016
End-to-end Service descriptions
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 Transfer of Comm / Initial Contact
 Second draft discussed in detail
 Several questions on eligibility that came up (hence roll-in of NSDA)
 Areas for further definition identified
 Route clearances
 Identified top-level scope
– Data types / operational parameters that have not been dealt with in DCL
 Tailored Arrivals
– As it’s already available from oceanic flights, went through with an initial
modification for domestic use
– Good new ideas on ways it could work better with CPDLC available closer to
the arrival airport
 Will be rolled into a single route clearances end-to-end description
– Unless that proves too complex as we work through it
 Work is well and truly underway and progressing
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Trials objectives and values
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 Using consolidated initial industry input
 Top-level trials value
 Specific trials objectives by service
 Good concrete examples identified, both from Data Comm Program activities
and external data comm activities
– E.g. A330 and MD-11
 Collected some ideas on how to better quantify
 Initial discussion on alternatives
 Next steps
– Clean-up of inputs
– Work metrics
– Lay some objectives against alternatives
– Get to Data Comm Program for feedback and steering
– Prioritize specific objectives and start to work on trials infrastructure
recommendations, trials format (duration, airspace, infrastructure)
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Back-up
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FAA Services Roadmap
CY
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Segment 1 Phase 1
- Tower Service
Tower IOC
Segment 1 Phase 2
- En Route Services Initial En Route
Services
Avionics
Departure
Clearance
Departure Clearances (DCL)
Transfer of Communications
Initial Check-In
Altitudes / Altimeter Settings
Go Button / Airborne Reroutes
Tailored Arrivals
Controller Initiated Routes
Direct-to-Fix
Crossing Restrictions
Segment 1 Phase 3
Advisory Messages
Full En Route
Speed and Headings
Services
Beacon Codes
Stuck Microphone
En Route
IOC
Data Comm Routine
Communications
TFM Data Comm
Reroutes
Data Comm Routine
Communications
FANS 1/A+ over VDL-2 transitioning to ATN
FANS
Ground System
Segment 2
- Advanced Services
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ATN
Segment 2
IOC
4D Trajectories
D-TAXI
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