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1. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Advanced Flexible Use of Airspace (AFUA) Kris DELCOURTE, EUROCONTROL Davide BARDELLI, LUFTHANSA SYSTEMS 2. SESARShowcase…
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  • 1. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Advanced Flexible Use of Airspace (AFUA) Kris DELCOURTE, EUROCONTROL Davide BARDELLI, LUFTHANSA SYSTEMS
  • 2. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 AFUA - the partners
  • 3. Initial situation • Airspace reservations: TSAs/TRAs Non-optimal use of large volumes of airspace Military needs may be better accommodated • Real time airspace status different from planning (European Airspace Use Plan - EAUP) – E.g. military training mission finishes earlier then planned  Airspace remains still reserved as in EAUP and unused
  • 4. 2 new concept elements • Variable Profile Area or “VPA design principle” • Sharing of Real Time Status of an Airspace (RTSA) amongst all stakeholders
  • 5. Variable Profile Area An Airspace Design principle based on: • flexible allocation and management of small fixed predefined modules of airspace • used as an ARES individually or in combination, dependant on individual mission profiles to fulfil airspace users’ needs A B C D E F
  • 6. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Variable Profile Area TSA TSA active ARES as a “Standard” TSA
  • 7. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Variable Profile Area A B C D E F ARES VPA Design A Dand activemodules
  • 8. Variable Profile Area, concept assessment Validation exercises: • Fast time simulation • Model-based fast-time simulation In: • Free route airspace (Finland) • Complex and busy airspace (Belgium, Spain)
  • 9. Variable Profile Area, concept assessment Benefits: • Reduced fuel burnt by civil flights • Potentially reduced CO2 emission for military flights • Reduced total delay due to less affected flights by ATFCM measures • Feasibility of defining VPA in dense and complex areas that can fulfil military needs
  • 10. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 MIL AU (WOC) ANSP (AMC, ACC) ARES user MIL AU (WOC)ASM Support System ATC System Pre-notification Airspace activation Taxi call Ad-hoc modification Ad-hoc airspace activation Ad-hoc modification Deactivation IFPS NOP ASM Systems IFPS NM RTSA booking activation modification deactivation AO, ANSP, Airport AO, ANSP, Airport ANSP (SV, FMP, AMC) MIL AU (WOC), FOC FMP Real-time status of airspace
  • 11. RTSA information sharing Objectives – System connectivity – Sharing Real Time Airspace Status information – Make better usage of airspace after updateASM to ATC ASM to NM NM to FMP, FOC, WOC ASM to ASM
  • 12. RTSA information sharing • Validation exercises – Live trial (2 exercises) – Real time simulation in shadow mode
  • 13. RTSA information sharing, the FOC perspective • Flight Operations Centre, a key function of AFUA • It raises decision determinants that are not typically accessible by the other ATM stakeholders
  • 14. RTSA information sharing, the FOC perspective • Expectations and benefits Cost effectiveness Environmental sustainability Safety Flexibility Collaborative environment
  • 15. RTSA information sharing, the FOC perspective • Collaborative decision making and automation, key success factors of AFUA within a trajectory- and collaboration-based ATM paradigm
  • 16. AFUA conclusions • Introduction of the 2 new AFUA concept elements benefits the performance of the European ATM • Maturity of concept is at V3 level • Concept elements are part of the PCP programme – Further system improvements are needed: tools for impact analysis and distribution mechanism of the real time updates
  • 17. AFUA conclusions For the industry • NM provides B2B interfaces • ASM tools can interconnect and connect to NM • AIXM is the basis for exchanging airspace information and defining airspace planning
  • 18. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Thank you for your attention More information: SJU Extranet P07.05.04 Contact Details: kris.delcourte@eurocontrol.int davide.bardelli@lhsystems.com
  • 19. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Free Routing and Direct Routing Florence Serdot-Omer (DSNA) Luigi Brucculeri (ENAV)
  • 20. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Free Route in SESAR : the partners
  • 21. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Operational objective The combined operation of Flexible Airspace Management and Free Route enable airspace users to fly as closely as possible to their preferred trajectory without being constrained by fixed airspace structures or fixed route networks. [...] Free Route may be deployed both through the use of Direct Routing Airspace and through FRA” EU Regulation No 716/2014 (IR PCP- #AF3)
  • 22. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Allowing multiple flight planning options DCT DCT Direct Routing Free Routing
  • 23. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 SESAR R&D scope Direct Routing in high and very high complexity environment Free Routing in low to medium complexity environment Free Routing in high and very high complexity environment • Seamless operational environment available at a large geographical scale
  • 24. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 SESAR validation activities 2014 2015 2016 RTS – DCT in FRAM WE FREE Demo project FRAMaK Demo project Live Trial - Free Routing in NORACON V2- RTS Conflict detection tools in FRA V2 - RTS PBN for separation purposes V2- RTS Realistic UPRs provided by FOC Conflict detection tools / Complexity assessment / IOP like coord. Extended ATC Planner V3 - RTS IOP Conflict detection tools Extended ATC Planner FREE SOLUTIONS LSD
  • 25. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Highlights – DSNA/ENAV exercise • DSNA (Aix ATSU) Direct Routing & Free Routing concepts supported by an innovative approach to Conflict Detection aid to Tactical Controller and Planning Controller (MTCD & TCT), MONitoring Aid (MONA), and EAP concept. • ENAV (Rome and Milan ATSUs) Direct Routing & Free Routing concepts, supported by Flight Object IOP mechanisms.
  • 26. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Operating environment - DSNA 4Flight platform including: • Coflight • HMIs (4 CWP positions) • MTCD, TCT, MONA, TOPLINK • Additional tools (extrapolation, SEP, electronic coordination tools…) • Safety Net (STCA) Pseudo-Pilots
  • 27. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Concept : ATCO remains responsible of separation Tools may only support the ATCO MTCD TCT Conflict MTCD TCT Operating environment - DSNA
  • 28. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Operating environment - ENAV ENAV Coflight based platform including: • 2 x Coflight with IOP-able FDPS • 6 x Controlled Sectors (12 CWPs for EXE and PLN ATCOs) • Conflict detection tools and Safety Nets Roma ATSU ACC1 COFLIGHT IBP Milano/Padova ATSU ACC2 COFLIGHT IBP IOP-G
  • 29. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Operating environment - ENAV 5 10 15 20 11:15 Warning Area Current time Time line PLN NEW Working Area Buttons Encounter Label Time to Act Transfer line AZA1234 TAP5678 340-380 DESAB A300↗ LIRF D B737↗ LIML
  • 30. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Main findings • Direct Route Design plays a significant role • No significant changes in respect to current working methods • Conflicts on sector boundaries for some direct routes  Inter-sector Coordination & Responsibility issues Direct Routing Airspace • Increased number of Coordination / Transfer Points distributed over boundaries • More Conflicts on sector boundaries  Inter-sector Coordination & Responsibility issues • Convergence phenomenon of traffic flows • Sector Shape also plays a significant role Free Routing Airspace
  • 31. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Main findings • MTCD principle was judged as being very useful, especially in FRA • However, proposed set of parameters need to be consolidated MTCD • Design independent of the route network • Added value, especially in FRA MONA
  • 32. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Main findings • Very useful, whatever the route network • Backup tool TCT • Design is independent to the route networkSTCA • SEP: High added value to detect & monitor conflict resolution • Electronic Coordination: Significant need in DRA & FRA Other tools
  • 33. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Main findings – Electronic Coordination Highlighted the IOP/FO supports Direct routing and Free routing operations. Compared with current Flight plan and OLDI (today implementations) coordination process • Easier and more efficient phone coordination in IOP-G environment • Seamless cross border operation as inside same ATSU • Less dependent to Coordination points which varies “dynamically” especially in FREE Routing operations Electronic coordination is an important enabler for Direct routing and Free Routing operations
  • 34. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 SESAR R&D scope Direct Routing in high and very high complexity environment Free Routing in low to medium complexity environment Free Routing in high and very high complexity environment • Seamless operational environment available at a large geographical scale
  • 35. SESARShowcase Amsterdam, 14-16 June 2016 Thank you for your attention More information: florence.serdot-omer@aviation-civile.gouv.fr luigi.brucculeri@sicta.it
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