AOC_DCP_ProdSys_082212_CBurr_Draft.ppt

AOC/FOC Interface
for Data Comm
Production System
To: AOC WG
From: Data Comm Production Sub-Team
Date: 08/22/12
Federal Aviation
Administration
Data Comm and ICAO FP: Summary
• Current Approach
– Trials system will use Field Remarks field of current
4444 ICAO FPL1
• Users to file “FRC DCL” in Field 18/RMK
– Production system (IOC 2015) will use Field 10a
and Field 18 DAT/ of ICAO 2012 FPL
• Field 18 DAT/Codes used to identify flights getting DCL or
PDC
• Field 18 DAT/ Codes will include a primary/secondary
hierarchy
– Designate preferred clearance delivery mechanism
– Designate secondary “back up” delivery mechanism
– Flight plan preferences take priority over any other sources
1
DCP SE AOC Sub-team
22 August 2012
Flight Plan - ICAO FPL, NAS FP
Federal Aviation
Administration
2
Fld 18/DAT – Proposed Codes for Data Comm
#
User
Preferenc
e
Data Comm Capability
Description
ICAO
2012 Fld
10a
1
Voice only
Equipped for ACARS and
FANS but gets voice only
E3J4J7
2a
PDC only
Not ACARS equipped but
gets PDC via manual means
Z
Data
Comm
Fld 18
DAT/
Comments
•
Fld 10a order is any order and world-wide
•
Z is required to get to DAT/
•
No spaces in actual DAT/ field
No change from current filing. If no Data
Comm code in DAT/, then will get voice
1PDC
Some aircraft are non-ACARS equipped, and
10a is physical equipage. Still get PDC.
Optional; legacy PDC not being changed.
2b
PDC only
Equipped only for ACARS
PDC
E3
Z
1PDC
Optional; legacy PDC not being changed.
3
PDC only
Equipped for ACARS and
FANS but gets PDC only
E3J4J7
Z
1PDC
Equipped for ACARS PDC and FANS 1/A+,
and possibly other capabilities.
Identifies US domestic preference for PDC.
4
FANS DCL
only
Equipped for ACARS and
FANS but gets FANS only
E3J4J7
Z
1FANSP
Identifies US domestic preference for
FANS 1/A+ DCL. Would be1FANS if 1/A
(Trials only)
5
FANS
DCL/PDC
FANS DCL if available; PDC
if not
E3J4J7
Z
1FANSP
2PDC
Code shows priority preference, e.g, FANS
1/A+ DCL is primary preference, then PDC.
6
ATN/FANS
DCL, PDC
Equipped for ATN DCL,
FANS DCL, and PDC; 1st
preference is ATN.
E3J1J4
Z
1ATNB
2FANSP
3PDC
Code shows preference, e.g, ATN B2 (ATNB)
DCL, then FANS 1/A+ DCL, then PDC. ATN is
placeholder only and specific codes are TBD.
DCP SE AOC Sub-team
22 August 2012
Federal Aviation
Administration
3
Gate ID Request : Summary
– Scope
•
•
Gate ID Request message is designed to provide same
functionality as in current response by AOC to PDC from FAA
Will be sent only to those users who currently supply Gate ID in
PDC response
– Gate ID Request Message from FAA to AOC
•
•
Similar header to DCL Courtesy Copy with unique
identifier as Gate ID Request message
Flight Identification (e.g., XYZ123), Tail Number if
available, and Departure Airport.
DCP SE AOC Sub-team
22 August 2012
Federal Aviation
Administration
4
Gate ID Request : Summary – cont’d
– Response Message from AOC to FAA
•
•
•
•
Unique response message for this request message
Similar header to Gate ID Request message with
unique identifier as Gate ID Response message and
sequence number from request message
Flight Identification is same, e.g., Flight ID (e.g.,
XYZ123), Tail Number if available, and Departure
Airport.
Gate ID field content
– If gate known, gate number is inserted into this
field
– If gate is unknown, “G” is inserted into this field.
DCP SE AOC Sub-team
22 August 2012
Federal Aviation
Administration
5
Gate ID Request: Proposed Format
^AQU {IATA address TO }
. {IATA address FROM} {DDHHMM}
^BGID
{ Sequence Number} DCL Gate ID Request
{Flight ID } {Airport Departure}
^C
Line
Text
Notes
1
^AQU ANPOCWN
Destination address (e.g., AOC automation)
2
.OKCTWXA 081251
Automation System address (e.g. TDLS at OKC) and
day/time of message
3
^BCGI
SMI (message type identifier)
4
001
Sequence number and message type notification
5
UAL123 KBWI
Flight ID and departure airport
18
^C
ETX
DCP SE AOC Sub-team
22 August 2012
Federal Aviation
Administration
6
Gate ID Response: Proposed Format
Field name
Field Explanation
{IATA address TO } Address of TDLS at destination tower
. {IATA address
FROM}
{DDHHMM}
Address of airline host sending the Response
Flight ID
Departure Airport
3-char customer ID (e.g. SWA, not WN) plus
numerals
This should match the sequence number of the
BGID that this acknowledges
Departure Airport identification, e.g.,
Gate Assignment
Default if missing is “G”
Sequence Number
Time message was sent to TDLS
{field values in brackets. Field identifiers marked with “#” from table below}
^AQU {IATA address TO }
. {IATA address FROM} {DDHHMM}
^BC?R (Verify with A. Onken)
{Flight ID *A} { Sequence Number} {Departure Airport} {Gate Assignment}
^C
DCP SE AOC Sub-team
22 August 2012
Federal Aviation
Administration
7
DCL Service Fallback Concept: Recap
• If CPDLC service for DCL is not available,
FAA automation will “fall back” to PDC
– AOC/User must tell FAA they want this to occur;
system-wide, not per airport
• Can be done in ICAO FP preferences in Field 18/DAT
• An additional option is for AOC to provide this fallback
preference via Web Access portal
– Fallback preferences can be stored in the SDB in
TDLS automation and used when applicable
– Fallback only occurs if AOC/User has designated
PDC as the secondary clearance type preference
DCP SE AOC Sub-team
22 August 2012
Federal Aviation
Administration
8
DCL Service Fallback Concept: Recap cont’d
• At July DCIT, ATC and Flight Deck WGs
agreed to review concept. May have new
“rules” or constraints
– Trials will start with procedures at MEM; may need
automation support for future sites
– For Production system requirements, need to clarify
what will automation support vs what will be done via
procedures? Still working
– Assumptions:
• If flight has been “processed” as DCL, no PDC will be sent,
e.g., if past normal “drop” time, flights will go to voice
• New flights or those earlier than “drop” time, will get PDCs if
user has indicated this via flight plan codes or other
mechanism
DCP SE AOC Sub-team
22 August 2012
Federal Aviation
Administration
9
Questions?
DCP SE AOC Sub-team
22 August 2012
Federal Aviation
Administration
10
Similar pages