SGD 2016 - Introduction

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Joint SESAR-FAA interoperability demo

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INTRODUCTION

SESAR Joint UndertakingPublic Private partnershipFounded by EC and EurocontrolMulti stakeholder approach

AirportsGroundIndustryAirborneIndustryNationalAuthorities/MilitaryR&D communityStaffassociationsAir Navigation Service ProvidersAirspaceusers

- 2 - SESAR Joint Undertaking

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SESAR Phases

2005-08

Definition phaseCreate European ATM Master Plan

Development PhaseDevelop new standards, opera-tional procedures and technologies

2500 + contributors 300 projectsPage 3

2016-25

Deployment PhaseSDM started in 2015

SESAR 2020Launching this year2016-2009-16- 3 - SESAR Phases

GATMOC

AOMDCB AOTSCMAUO Collaborative decision making ATM Service delivery management Airspace organization and management Demand/capacity balancing Aerodrome operations Traffic synchronizationCDMATM SDMAOMDCBAOTS Conflict management * Strategic conflict management * Separation provision (SEP) * Collision avoidance Airspace user operations Trajectory based operationsCM

AUOTBO

ATM SDMCDMStrategic and schedulingTactical planningFlight operations

System Wide Information Management

GATMOC

Synchronization & Collaboration

10 secs2 mins16 mins3 hours1 dayTime-horizon ofthe intended trajectory

Level of involvement[per operational stakeholder]1 sec

nonecontributingleading

CM (ATC)Flight crewFlight operations centreDCBTSGlobal actors (AUO)Regional actors

A multi-actor coordination framework Requires synchronised information

- 5 - AOSynchronization and collaboration

Interoperability

Information System

Information System

Real World System

Real World SystemOrganisation AOrganisation B

Organisational Alignment

Semantic Alignment

Process Alignment

Syntax (XML,)

Transport (HTTP, TCP/IP,)

Interaction (SOAP,REST, OGC)

LogicalTechnical

SCOPE OF SWIM

- 6 - Interoperability

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CharacteristicsEasy access to information Multiple ATM stakeholders Offer and consume ATM information from each other Easy to connectProvider and consumers build on Trust All involved parties can be trusted (authorized entities only) Exchange mechanism can be trusted (secured, reliable, on-time) No abuse of information (adequate access control)Cost reduction in ATM evolutionCost proportional to required performance levelFuture changes shall be faster and cheaper

- 7 - Characteristics

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SWIM DefinitionSWIM GovernanceQualified partiesQualified partiesQualified partySWIM InfrastructureService(s)Service consumer(s)Network infrastructureStandardsStandardsStandardsStandards

SWIM consists of standards, infrastructure and governance enabling the management of ATM information and its exchange between qualified parties via interoperable services. SWIMEnabledApplications

ATM informationATM information

- 8 - SWIM definitionSWIM is not (just) a set of services, but rather the future way of service development

EATMAAir Ground (PP)Low Cost (YP)

Common logical attributesCommon technical data formatLogical service definitionTechnical implementationRock Solid (BP)Operational ConceptCommon operational definitions

Logical service definitionTechnical implementationOperational ConceptLogical Service DefinitionInformation ExchangeOperational ConceptAIRMAIXMFIXMWXXMICAO definitions

Common ProtocolsDomainPerformance

Service implementationLogical Service DefinitionLogical Data ModelTechnical data formatInformation modelISRMOperational Concept(+IER)Whats underneath

SDCM

registry- 9 - Whats underneath

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Benefits of SWIMBusiness perspectiveAgility in future evolutionFlexibility in global uptakeGlobal interoperability, common methods and standardsCost efficiency by service oriented architectureSecured information

Operational perspectiveEnables ASBUs (XMAN, A-CDM, FF-ICE, TBO, ..)The right information at the right time (filtering, alerting, visualization)

Technology perspectiveRe-use of code, rapid developmentRe-use of servicesCommon standardsCollaborative environment

- 10 - Benefits of SWIM

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Joint interoperability demosBackgroundIntra European SWIM interoperability: WAC 2013Opening up to global community: SWIM Master Classes 20XXTowards GLOBAL interoperability:FAAs MG-II (April 2016)ICAO APAC workshop in Bangkok (May 2016)SESAR SWIM Global Demo (June 2016)

- 11 - Objectives Demonstrate global interoperabilityDemonstrate business, operational and technical benefitsCapture lessons learned & Feed back into ICAOJoint Interoperability Demos

Joint interoperability demosWednesdayDemo #1: FAAs NextGen SESARDemo #2: Globally-available SWIM data sources

ThursdayDemo #3: Australia United Arab Emirates EuropeDemo #4.1: Brazil EuropeDemo #4.2: Mongolia - EuropeDemo characteristicsAll ATM stakeholdersImprove situational awareness and planningAeronautical, meteorological, flight and networkShared and continuously updatedJoint Interoperability Demos

Panel sessionsPanel 1: SWIM collaborationPanel 2: SWIM benefits

Lessons learned

Panel 3: SWIM next stepsPanel sessions

ShowcasesLANE - fLight dAta downliNk systEmAeronautical Data Validation and Business Rule Evaluation PlatformHeathrow Cross Border Arrival Management (XMAN)CRONOS - Aeronautical NOTAM systemIntegrated Digital Briefing A/G, G/GGeodetic Calculation Services (GCS)XMAN - Build SWIM Apps, Share Data and Increase EfficiencyA vision for Global Collaborative ATFM - A network of networks LIVETOPLINK Application over 4DWeatherCube, demonstration of Global Interoperability for improved Flow Management services SWIM Enabled Airport SolutionsUnifly SkybridgeGlobal Flight Tracking with ADS-B

Showcases

Integrated in Interoperability DemosLANE - fLight dAta downliNk systEmAeronautical Data Validation and Business Rule Evaluation PlatformHeathrow Cross Border Arrival Management (XMAN)CRONOS - Aeronautical NOTAM systemIntegrated Digital Briefing A/G, G/GGeodetic Calculation Services (GCS)XMAN - Build SWIM Apps, Share Data and Increase EfficiencyA vision for Global Collaborative ATFM - A network of networks LIVETOPLINK Application over 4DWeatherCube, demonstration of Global Interoperability for improved Flow Management services SWIM Enabled Airport SolutionsUnifly SkybridgeGlobal Flight Tracking with ADS-B

Showcases