140312_ERWG_report_out.pptx

En-route Working Group
(and working group of the whole)
13 March 2013
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 Operational DCL End-to-End
 At final draft
– Comments to Carol Burr by APril
– Will be approved at DCIT-32 in April
 Next step is to start the Flight Deck and other documents (SIDD?)
– Actions have been allocated to start this
 Action allocated to begin preparation of other operational
documentation
 IOC requirements reviewed and prioritized based on
operational viability and fleet inclusion
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UM83 on/off switch
UM79 repeat TO point
Airway/airway
Radials flown as route elements
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En-Route End-to-end Service descriptions
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 DCIT-31 target: En-Route end-to-ends complete, Use Case level
 Transfer of Comm / Initial Contact (Andy Fry leading)
 Route modifications (Suzy Hawkins leading)
 Additional feedback will be treated as it comes in (e.g. we just received
new “full” use cases)
 Plenary approves both end-to-end documents?
 Detailed message construction and messaging scenarios
 Target is end-August to match FAA timescales
 Specific lists already available in both TOC/IC and Route Mod’s
 Actions assigned out for detailed scenarios
– Will be synched with Harris Interoperablity testing activity now being launced
– End-to-ends are the central repository so that ground and air have common
testing scenarios and cross-usable results
 We are on track for DCIT synched requirements by FID
 Validation still needs to be done
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FAA Services Roadmap
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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
En-route Working Group Working Targets
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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
 Service work areas selected on the basis of complexity, criticality to
Program, and aircraft operator value
– Complexity
– Criticality to Program success
 TOC/IC, including National Single Data Authority (NSDA) and
“Eligibility into this”
 Route Modifications
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Go Button
Controller Initiated Reroutes
Direct-to-fix
Tailored Arrivals
Crossing constraints
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