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ASAS Thematic Network

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Stéphane Marché
Airbus Engineering - Avionics

Airbus Status on ADS-B In / Out
Update

Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B)

ASAS TN Paris April 2008

C. Confidential and proprietary document. A330 Family A320 Family Freighters Airbus objective : Develop ADS-B (Out and In) solutions for the whole fly by wire family => Step Approach .N.Airbus Product Line A380 Family A340 Family A350 Family © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S. All rights reserved.

ADS-B Out A/C information broadcasted for ground use in a first step ADS-B AAL1255 +30  ADS-B Receiver Step 2. ATSAW Display of other aircraft ADS-B Info in the cockpit Air Traffic Control .N. ASAS SPACING A/C instructed to maintain Spacing with target aircraft AFR6512 A320 M 323 +11 Step 1. All rights reserved. ASAS SEPARATION A/C instructed to maintain Separation with other aircraft ADS-B © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S. Confidential and proprietary document. ADS-B Step 3.ADS-B Airbus roadmap Step 4.C.

Australia.N.ADS-B Step 1 : ADS-B OUT New! • Certification for Non Radar Airspace operations (ED126 document) • Certification achieved on A380 in 2007 © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S. Europe.C. Confidential and proprietary document. All rights reserved. . A330/A340 family (with DO-260) in early 2008 • Allow to respond to initial needs : Canada. etc. A380 is the first aircraft certified for Non Radar Operations (with DO-260A) • Certification achieved on A318/319/320/321.

 Not • Target date for certification on Airbus aircraft  Airborne use => 2009  Flight tests conducted since July 2007 with flight test on A320 then A340/600 aircraft . All rights reserved.N.ADS-B Step 2 : ATSAW New! • ATSAW is achievable in the short term demanding (cert. ADS-B performance data)  Provides its own benefits  Helps gaining experience & confidence (flight crew. level. technical) on ASAS © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S. Confidential and proprietary document.C.

All rights reserved.ADS-B Step 2 : ATSAW in A320/A340 cockpit © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S. Traffic Selector Additional information on MCDU ADS-B Traffic on Navigation Display •Fully integrated solution •Traffic displayed on the primary field of view •Limited impact (no new equipment) •High commonality with A380&A350 solution .C.N. Confidential and proprietary document.

g Frankfurt. Confidential and proprietary document.pdf .N.int/cascade/gallery/content/public/documents/CRISTAL-ATSAW%20Final%20Report.eurocontrol. • CRISTAL ATSAW (EUROCONTROL. USA) : Capacity increase Traffic Awareness on Surface : Enhanced safety In all environments => Enhanced safety © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S.C. All rights reserved.ADS-B Step 2 : ATSAW New! • Promising benefits Oceanic : Fuel burn reductions Visual Separation Approaches (e. DSNA / Airbus / EGIS AVIA) Use of ATSAW in continental environment DSNA ATC simulator. Airbus integration simulator (Honeywell Traffic Computer) Positive impact of ATSAW for safety and efficiency – Both from ATC Controllers and Pilots perspective => Report on Eurocontrol CASCADE website http://www.

Implementation of a new procedure Based on ATSAW New separation standard during the climb New phraseology .ADS-B Step 2 : Example of ATSAW benefits Oceanic environment • ATSAW Only Use of ATSAW to detect climb opportunities Current separation minima Current phraseology • ATSAW – In Trail Procedure (ITP) © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S.N. Confidential and proprietary document.C. All rights reserved.

C. ATSAW : Detect Climb Opportunity © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S. Confidential and proprietary document.ADS-B Step 2 : Example of ATSAW benefits Oceanic environment 1]. Datalink Communication . ATSAW combined with Datalink Communications allows to obtain better Flight Levels 2]. All rights reserved.N.

ADS-B Step 2 : CRISTAL ITP Project New! • Definition phase => Using RFG ATSA-ITP OSED • Airbus / Shanwick connected simulations : Oct 2007 • © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S.N.C. Confidential and proprietary document. All rights reserved. • Objectives Assess ITP Validation Objectives Prepare Revenue A/C phase Operationally realistic scenarios • Airbus / Reykjavik connected simulations : Dec 2007 • Objective was to prepare Flight Test • Reykjavik simulations and training : Jan 2008 • • Controller training before the flight test Operational evaluations .

ADS-B Step 2 : CRISTAL ITP Flight test phase Brand New! © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S.N. Several •Safety guaranted by radar coverage Flight Test on March 26th SUCCESSFUL •ACSS Traffic Computer •Airborne ADS-B Recordings •Ground Surveillance Recording •ALTICODE develops recording analysis Tools . Confidential and proprietary document.C. All rights reserved.

ADS-B Step 2 : CRISTAL ITP Project • CRISTAL ITP is a key project for ASAS First time a new separation standard is defined based on ADS-B In Operational validation conducted in parallel with avionics development © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S.N. Confidential and proprietary document.C. All rights reserved. • Positive feedbacks from controllers and pilots • Next steps Results consolidation until mid 2008 Preparation of an airline ITP Pionneer project until End 2008 Pionneer airline ITP project in 2009 .

N. Confidential and proprietary document.ADS-B Step 2 : ATSAW on Airport Surface MOVING MAP © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S. (provided by On-board Airport Navigation System/OANS) + TRAFFIC Study : Is ADS-B quality sufficient for Airport Surface needs ? . All rights reserved.C.

Confidential and proprietary document.C. • Airbus target Spacing application for pioneers in the 2013 timeframe Applications in Approach and Oceanic environments Automated solution with limited impact : Software only. using ATSAW baseline • Procedural and ground system impacts To be addressed in parallel by ANSPs within SESAR .ADS-B Step 3 : ASAS Spacing • Promising benefits Capacity / Regularity due to less radar vectoring Combined with CDA => may reduce fuel consumption and emissions Probably more beneficial at secondary airports © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S. All rights reserved.N.

C. All rights reserved. • ASAS Separation is envisaged for the 2020 timeframe E.g. Confidential and proprietary document.ADS-B Step 4 : ASAS Separation • Principle The controller delegates separation relative to designated aircraft through a new clearance The controller is responsible for providing separation from other aircraft © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S. Responsibility to “Remain behind” a target entirely transferred to the aircraft in all weather conditions • Concept and associated transitions to be refined within specific SESAR projects .N.

ADS-B Out A/C information broadcasted for ground use in a first step © AIRBUS TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL S. ASAS SPACING A/C instructed to maintain Spacing with target aircraft A380 : Cert in 2007 A320/A330/A340 : Cert Q1 2008 Development launched AAL1255 +30  Test A/C flying since 2007 Cert Target date : 2009 AFR6512 A320 M 323 +11 Part of mid-term baseline of SESAR Airbus target : 2013 Airbus fully involved in ADS-B development Step 4.C. All rights reserved.Airbus Status on ADS-B : Conclusion Step 1.N. ATSAW Display of other aircraft ADSB Info in the cockpit Step 3. Step 2. ASAS SEPARATION To be refined SESAR and NEXTGEN shouldAirbus driveinASAS A/C instructed to maintain line with SESAR development Separation with other aircraft target . Confidential and proprietary document.

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