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Integrating information towards Digital ATM RTCA & EUROCAE Standardization Presented By: Jennifer Iversen Date: Integrating information towards Digital ATM RTCA & EUROCAE Standardization Presented By: Jennifer Iversen Date: August 28, 2013

RTCA: A Unique Public-Private Partnership Revenue Source: Membership Dues Document Sales Training Government Over RTCA: A Unique Public-Private Partnership Revenue Source: Membership Dues Document Sales Training Government Over 400 Members RTCA Academia Airports Aviation service providers, repair facilities Suppliers Operators Government organizations (FAA, DOD, TSA, NASA) Manufacturers (OEMs and after-market) Operators – airlines, general aviation, cargo, DOD Suppliers of automation, infrastructure & avionics Labor – Pilots, Controllers, Dispatchers R&D organizations 2 Founded in 1935 Incorporated in 1991 2

EUROCAE – Dedicated to Aviation Standardization § Created in 1963 § Objective: to develop EUROCAE – Dedicated to Aviation Standardization § Created in 1963 § Objective: to develop technical standards in support of the (mainly civil) aviation community § Today: more than 140 members from over 25 countries § § § Manufacturers, ANSPs, Regulators, Airlines EUROCONTROL, ESA Specific relations with: § § § 3 EASA, FAA SESAR Joint Undertaking European Standardisation Organisations RTCA, SAE, ARINC ICAO

RTCA Mission § Utilized as a Federal Advisory Committee, to be the premier Public-Private RTCA Mission § Utilized as a Federal Advisory Committee, to be the premier Public-Private Partnership venue for developing consensus among diverse and competing interests and provide advice and recommendations on key issues critical to aviation modernization in an increasingly global enterprise. § Our recommendations — whether technical, policy, financial or operational — lead to positive, timely, tangible measurable results, returning value to all who participate. 4 4

EUROCAE – The Organization EUROCAE provides • a multidisciplinary forum for members and partners, EUROCAE – The Organization EUROCAE provides • a multidisciplinary forum for members and partners, from across all aviation stakeholders, to work together to achieve an effective standardization framework in Europe and beyond; § a proven mechanism for the development of required aviation technical standards, guidance material and associated documents; EUROCAE § gathers the competencies of manufacturers, aviation regulators, service providers, airlines, airports and other users § is recognised by most of the European aviation organisations as the competent standardization body 5

RTCA Operates U. S. Federal Advisory Committees • Chartered by the FAA • Deliver RTCA Operates U. S. Federal Advisory Committees • Chartered by the FAA • Deliver consensus-based, objective & independent recommendations to FAA Membership balanced representation Promote transparency, accountability Minimum Performance Standards Technology RTCA Policy Operations Expands marketplace of solutions Provides anti-trust protection 6

Products Technical Performance Standards • Basis for Certification • Assurance to meet the minimum Products Technical Performance Standards • Basis for Certification • Assurance to meet the minimum operational, safety & performance requirements RTCA - Policy & Investment Recommendations • Basis of joint Gov’t & Industry commitments • Input to FAA implementation plans 7

Work Program Management RTCA Program Management Committee (PMC) EUROCAE Council and Technical Advisory Committee Work Program Management RTCA Program Management Committee (PMC) EUROCAE Council and Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) for ADS-B Traffic Surveillance Systems and Applications (ATSSA) RTCA/DO-338 June 13, 2012 8 Prepared by: SC 186 © 2012, RTCA, Inc

RTCA Special Committees 17 Active: 11 in Partnership with EUROCAE § ADS-B * § RTCA Special Committees 17 Active: 11 in Partnership with EUROCAE § ADS-B * § Aeronautical Information Systems Data Link* § Aeronautical System Security * § Air Traffic Data Communications * § Airport Security Access Control Systems § Airport Surface Wireless Communications * § Audio Systems Equip 9 § Enhanced Flight Vision Systems * § § § § § Environmental Testing * GPS Inmarsat Lithium Batteries Mode-S Transponders * PBN * TCAS * Aeronautical Databases * Unmanned Aerial Systems

EUROCAE Working Groups 32 Active, 4 Dormant: 11 in Partnership with RTCA § Environmental EUROCAE Working Groups 32 Active, 4 Dormant: 11 in Partnership with RTCA § Environmental Tests * § § Global Navigation Satellite Systems § (GNSS) § § Lightning § § Advanced Surface Movement Guidance § and Control System § § Aeronautical Databases * § § Mode S Enhanced Surveillance Transponder * § § Automatic Dependent Surveillance – § Broadcast (ADS-B) * § Flight Data Processing § § Galileo 10 Complex Aircraft Systems Vo. IP technology for ATM Altimetry Aeronautical Systems Security * Unmanned Air Vehicles TCAS * Standards for Air Data Communication Services * Fuel Cells Interoperability of ATM Validation Infrastructure Mobile Radio Communication: Airport Surface Radio Link *

EUROCAE Working Groups 32 Active, 4 Dormant: 11 in Partnership with RTCA § Airport EUROCAE Working Groups 32 Active, 4 Dormant: 11 in Partnership with RTCA § Airport Foreign Debris Detection § Interoperability of Virtual Avionic Systems Components § 4 D Navigation * § Aircraft Emergency Locator Transmitters § Onboard Weight and Balance Systems § Pitot Tubes § Crash Protected Airborne Recorders Dormant Work Groups: § Open Architecture for Air Traffic Systems Specifications Management Systems § Support the use of ED-78 A § Software Consideration for Aeronautical § VDL Mode 2 MOPS * Systems § Light Remotely Piloted Aircraft § AIS/MET Data Link Applications * § Takeoff Performance Monitoring § Enhanced & Synthetic Vision § Inflight Ice Detection Systems * § Wireless Intra-Aircraft Communications 11

Cross coordination between Special Committees and Work Groups! § ADS-B § § Aeronautical Information Cross coordination between Special Committees and Work Groups! § ADS-B § § Aeronautical Information Systems § § Aeronautical System Security § § Air Traffic Data Communications§ § Airport Security Access Control § Systems § § Airport Surface Wireless § Communications § § 12 Enhanced Flight Vision Systems Environmental Testing GPS Inmarsat Mode-S Transponders PBN TCAS Terrain and Airport Databases Unmanned Aerial Systems

Standards with Operational Context MOPS Minimum Ops Performance Stds MASPS Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards with Operational Context MOPS Minimum Ops Performance Stds MASPS Minimum Aviation System Performance Stds INTEROP SPR Operational, Safety &Performance Requirements OSED Operational Services & Environment Definition 13

Minimum Aviation System Performance Standard (MASP) “… specifies characteristics that should be useful to Minimum Aviation System Performance Standard (MASP) “… specifies characteristics that should be useful to designers, installers, manufacturers, service providers and users of systems intended for operational use within a defined airspace. ” Example: Required navigation performance for area navigation DO-236 C/ED-75 C 14

Minimum Operational Performance Standard (MOPS) “… provides standards for specific equipment(s) useful to designers, Minimum Operational Performance Standard (MOPS) “… provides standards for specific equipment(s) useful to designers, manufacturers, installers and users of the equipment…” Example: Specific requirements for ADSB aircraft avionics DO-260 B/ED-102 A 15

Regulatory Reference to RTCA Documents § Documents are recommendations – FAA, can implement with Regulatory Reference to RTCA Documents § Documents are recommendations – FAA, can implement with reference: § Regulation § Advisory Circular § Technical Standard Order § RTCA DO-260 B – § FAA TSO-C 166 b 16

Recognized Expertise in Europe… EUROCAE is recognised by. . . • the European Commission Recognized Expertise in Europe… EUROCAE is recognised by. . . • the European Commission § Collaboration with the ESOs in the preparation of European Standards / SES Community Specifications (Art 4. 1. a Reg (EC) 552/2004 – Interoperability Regulation) § Memoranda of Cooperation with CEN, CENELEC and ETSI § Participation to CEN/TC 377 and ETSI TC AERO § Founding member of the ATMSCG • EASA as a major European stakeholder in the development of technical documents regarding aviation safety (ETSO) • the SESAR Joint Undertaking through a Memorandum of Cooperation fostering mutual coordination and support 17

The Evolution to Next. Gen/SESAR It’s About… IMPLEMENTATION Delivering benefits will lead to increased The Evolution to Next. Gen/SESAR It’s About… IMPLEMENTATION Delivering benefits will lead to increased trust FINANCES Justification for investments strengthened by early benefits BUILDING CONFIDENCE TRANSITION Planning is easier than execution COMMITMENT On part of ALL stakeholders 18

Process for Joint Work WG / SC Sufficiently representative group and balance between active Process for Joint Work WG / SC Sufficiently representative group and balance between active members Mature draft at WG / SC level WG/SC approval consensus Open Consultation / FRAC EUROCAE Open Consultation and RTCA Final Review and Comment (FRAC) as an opportunity for the Aviation Community to comment Revised Draft Comments resolution by the WG Document Approval Publication 19 Approval of document by EUROCAE Council and RTCA Program Management Committee (PMC) Publication of EUROCAE ED / RTCA DO

Integrating information towards digital Air Traffic Management (ATM) RTCA and EUROCAE’s contribution Integrating information towards digital Air Traffic Management (ATM) RTCA and EUROCAE’s contribution

WG-59 Flight Data Processing Interoperability Deliverables: Scope: • ED-133 Flight Object Interoperability Specification (2009) WG-59 Flight Data Processing Interoperability Deliverables: Scope: • ED-133 Flight Object Interoperability Specification (2009) • Revision of ED-133 • Developing a revision of ED-133 that 21 – addresses defects and shortcomings identified by the technical validation activities implemented as part of SESAR – addresses the way to integrate within the ED-133 A the flight trajectory data provided from aircraft based upon ADS-C EPP, in support to the SESAR Pilot Common Project

SC-223 / WG-82 Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communication System Deliverables: Scope: • Aviation System Profiles SC-223 / WG-82 Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communication System Deliverables: Scope: • Aviation System Profiles for Airport Mobile Access Communications Network • MOPS for Airport Surface Wireless Mobile Access Communications Network • Standards will be used to support future mobile and supporting of fixed data communication applications and services for both ground/air and ground/ground communications services on the airport surface 22

SC-217 / WG-44 Aeronautical Databases Deliverables: • User Requirements for Aerodrome Mapping Information • SC-217 / WG-44 Aeronautical Databases Deliverables: • User Requirements for Aerodrome Mapping Information • User Requirements for Terrain and Obstacle Data • Interchange Standards for Terrain and Aerodrome Mapping • Standards for Processing Aeronautical Data 23 Scope: • Developing and maintaining documents on airport mapping, terrain and obstacle data requirements for designers, manufacturers and installers of airborne and ground systems; airport and airspace managers and service providers; and the users

SC-214 / WG-78 Standards for Air Traffic Data Communication Services Deliverables: • SPR for SC-214 / WG-78 Standards for Air Traffic Data Communication Services Deliverables: • SPR for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communications (Initial) • INTEROP for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communications via the ATN (Initial) • INTEROP for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communications, ATN Baseline 1 Accommodation (Initial) • INTEROP for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communications, FANS 1/A Accommodation (Initial) • SPR for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communications (Final) 24 Scope: • Developing guidance material to define the safety, performance and interoperability requirements for Air Traffic Services (ATS) supported by data communications.

SC-206 / WG-76* Aeronautical Information Services Data Link Deliverables: • AIS and MET Services SC-206 / WG-76* Aeronautical Information Services Data Link Deliverables: • AIS and MET Services Delivery Architecture Recommendations • Revise ED-XX / DO-252 to include performance standards for determining EDR and meteorological sensor reports and status • Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for Flight Information Services – Broadcast (FIS-B) with Universal Access Transceiver (UAT) • Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) for AIS and MET Services 25 Scope: • Timely availability of highquality and reliable electronic Aeronautical Information Services (AIS) and Meteorological Information Services (MET) are necessary to support the transition and implementation of these advanced global ATM concepts envisioned by ICAO, Next. Gen, and Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR). *WG-76 is currently dormant.

Challenges of Delivering Benefits üTechnology/Equipage Required üDecision Support Tools Required üPolicy Changes Needed üAirspace Challenges of Delivering Benefits üTechnology/Equipage Required üDecision Support Tools Required üPolicy Changes Needed üAirspace Changes Required üStandards Required üCertification, Operational Approval Required üEnvironmental Reviews Needed üTraining Required Planning is Relatively Easy Implementation is Hard 26

International Harmonization 27 International Harmonization 27

Internationally EUROCAE and RTCA work in close collaboration with joint work undertaken where there Internationally EUROCAE and RTCA work in close collaboration with joint work undertaken where there is a common interest in the US and Europe • ICAO references EUROCAE and RTCA Documents: § EUROCAE & RTCA participated in the ICAO’s initiative of Aviation System Block Upgrades in the Future Aviation Challenge Team (FACT) and the Technical Team (TT) § EUROCAE – ICAO & RTCA – ICAO Agreements (signed 2009) covering the exchange of documents and information 28

Thinking a Little Outside of the Box • Ensure Harmonization • Streamline Process ICAO Thinking a Little Outside of the Box • Ensure Harmonization • Streamline Process ICAO • Hi level Guidance • Reduce Costs • Hi level Roadmaps • Reference Standards RTCA/EUROCAE • Minimum Performance Standards • Industry Engagement • Expand Marketplace • Voice of all States • Facilitate Global Harmonization ANSPs • Provide Service • Implement Systems CAAs • Guidance / Regulations • Reference Standards • Ensure Safety • Set Regulations • Ensure Compliance • Ensure Safety • Ensure Efficiency • Build/Maintain/Operate ATM System 29 29

Implications for Global Standards • Globally-harmonized ATM modernization calls for timely global standards • Implications for Global Standards • Globally-harmonized ATM modernization calls for timely global standards • ASBU’s lay out the roadmap • EUROCAE and RTCA are world leaders in minimum performance standards • We must: – Pursue goal of Europe-US harmonized standards – Invite other regions to get involved in our process – Encourage ICAO to reference our standards 30 30

Transforming the ATM System Interim Capabilities are Block 2 Critical to Success Block 1 Transforming the ATM System Interim Capabilities are Block 2 Critical to Success Block 1 Sophisticated Decision Support CPDLC Block N Sophisticated C Integrated Performance Controller-Pilot Di -Based Operations; TBO Automatic De ADS-B Performance. PBN Block 0 Limited displays ATM 31 Analog voice Communications Ground radars Surveillance Ground nav aids Navigation

Tomorrow’s Global Aviation System • What is an Aviation Block Upgrade? – Operational Improvement/Metric Tomorrow’s Global Aviation System • What is an Aviation Block Upgrade? – Operational Improvement/Metric to determine success – Necessary Procedures - Air and Ground – Necessary Technology - Air and Ground – Positive Business Case per Upgrade – Regulatory Approval Plan - Air and Ground – Well understood by a Global Demonstration Trial • All synchronized to allow initial implementation • Won’t matter when or where implemented Similar to Task Force 5 Approach and Recommendations 32

ASBUs Pose Opportunities & Challenges • Opportunities – Open view over the horizon for ASBUs Pose Opportunities & Challenges • Opportunities – Open view over the horizon for planning – Standards in place in time – Expanded marketplace for products – Sharing lessons learned • Challenges – Streamline global standards process – Resolve non-technical issues – Ensure integration of air & ground systems 33 33

Risks U. S. – Europe Collaboration & Harmonization is Essential US & Europe Other Risks U. S. – Europe Collaboration & Harmonization is Essential US & Europe Other States Next. Gen & SESAR ICAO ASBUs 34 US & Europe Next. Gen & US & SESAR Europe 34

Partnership with ICAO AN-Conf/12, Recommendation 6/13 Development of Standards and Recommended Practices, procedures and Partnership with ICAO AN-Conf/12, Recommendation 6/13 Development of Standards and Recommended Practices, procedures and guidance material That ICAO […] b) establish and lead a suitable coordination with the other standards-making organizations in order to make the best use of the capabilities of these other standards-making organizations and to make reference to their material, where appropriate; c) request ICAO to initiate studies to improve the verification and validation process required within ICAO before material developed by recognized standardsmaking organizations can be referenced in ICAO documentation; […]

Continued Partnership Will Help Ensure All the Pieces are in Place to Achieve the Continued Partnership Will Help Ensure All the Pieces are in Place to Achieve the Benefits of Modernization 36

Thank You 37 Thank You 37

Contact Information Jennifer Iversen RTCA Program Director jiversen@rtca. org 202 -330 -0662 Anna von Contact Information Jennifer Iversen RTCA Program Director [email protected] org 202 -330 -0662 Anna von Groote EUROCAE Technical Program Manager anna. [email protected] net +33 1 40 92 79 26 Phone: 202 -833 -9339 Fax: 202 -833 -9434 E-mail: [email protected] org Web: www. rtca. org 38 Phone: +33 1 40 92 79 30 Fax: +33 1 46 55 62 65 E-mail: [email protected] net Web: www. eurocae. net

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