E-Aviation Systems and Load Management System Introduction

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E-Aviation Systems and the Load Management System
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Agenda

 III Briefing  Presenters’ Vitae   
E-Aviations Systems Load Control Systems Q&A

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III Briefing
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The Institute for Information Industry (III) has been founded for 25 years since July of 1979 assisting Taiwan’s industrial development Increase Taiwan’s global competitiveness through the development of its Information Technology infrastructure and industry. Staff
 more than 1,800 professional and dedicated engineers  more than 60% possess Ph. D. Degree or Master Degree from Computer Engineering and other associated fields

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III Briefing
• •
III plays a crucial and pivotal role in Taiwan
 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) industry  the largest system integration organization in Taiwan

Roles of III can be categorized as follows:
      ITC Think-Tank for the Government in Taiwan. R&D of IT Technology. Interoperability Standards. Development of IT Professionals. Exhibitions and Bridging the Digital Divide. Software Development Incubation.

http://www.iii.org.tw/english/ iei200@iii.org.tw

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林縣城 (Stan), Director

Education  PhD candidate of Computer Science & Information Engineering , National Taiwan University, Taipei, September 1993 ~ June 1996.  MS of Computer Science & Information Engineering , National Taiwan University, Taipei, September 1984 ~ June 1986  BS of Computer Science & Information Engineering , National Taiwan University, Taipei, September 1977 ~ June 1981 Experiences      January 2005 ~ now , III/IEI Managing Director May 2004 ~ December 2004, 叡揚資訊 總經理特助 May 2001 ~ May 2004, 知比科技 技術副總 June 1996 ~ March 2001, III/ADC General Manager. July 1986 ~ May 1996, III/TRD Senior software engineer & project manager
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林縣城 (Stan), Director

Experiences  研發國內第一套商用知識庫系統發展工具 , 廣為國內公司機 構採用 (76~81)  擔任台鐵“知識庫列車 ( 時刻表 ) 排點系統計畫”主持人 , 提 昇效率及品質 (81~83)  擔任台鐵”列車排點系統功能提升計畫”計畫主持人 (87~89)  擔任科技專案”知識庫系統技術研發計劃”主持人 (78~80)  擔任科技專案”排程系統技術研發計劃”主持人 (81~82)  規劃執行國科會”條件限制問題解決架構設計及實作研究計畫 ” (84~85)  擔任科技專案”知識庫技術引進計劃”分項主持人 (89~90)  擔任中小企業科技研發計劃 ”以客戶為中心的知識分析及推 薦引擎研發計劃” 計劃主持人 (91~92)  規劃開發國泰投顧 “總體經濟分析師平台” (91~92)  規劃開發國泰投顧 “產業經濟分析師平台” (92~93)  規劃開發誠泰行銷 “法務催收系統” (92~93)  參與 “ 94-98 中油整體資訊策略規劃” (93.06~93.11)
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Edward Chang, Professional Consultant

Education
 Executive Management Program, CALTECH, Pasadena, CA, USA  MS Computer Science, California University, Northridge, CA, USA

Experiences
 Professional Consultant, Institute for Information Industry since July 2004  Database / Systems Manager, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, 13.5 years  R & D Manager, ITT Industries , 11 years  R & D Director, Scanning Management Systems Inc.  Director, ITS, Teledyne systems Inc. (Litton Data systems)

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Edward Chang

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Shawn Liou, Project Manager
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Education
 Ph.D., Department of Transportation & Communication Management Science, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan, 2004.

Experiences
 Visiting Scholar (2003-2004) in Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, USA.  Instructor (1999-2002) in National Cheng Kung University  Research Assistant (1996-2002)
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Flow Control System Planning of Air Transport Network in Taiwan Airspace Simulation Model Airline Maintenance Task Scheduling Aircraft Dispatching Model Real Time Air Traffic Flow Management Modeling Integrated with Simulation Model
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 Teaching Assistant(1996-1997)

E-A VIATI ON
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Flight Information System
Maintenance

Flight Operations

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Aircraft Position Aircraft Monitoring Ground Operations

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Flight Information System
Benefits • Provides timely information dynamically • Uses resources efficiently • Reduces staffs’ workloads • Provides Better Customer Services

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Flight Information System
Aircraft Position • Displays current positions of flights • Moving map
 Zoom in and out  Geography  Route

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Flight Information System
Aircraft Monitoring

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Flight schedule OOOI (Out, Off, On and In) Flight status Aircraft dispatching Gate assignment Onboard passengers Cargo statistics Maintenance information Flight and cabin crew scheduling

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Air Traffic Control Automation System
The Air Traffic Control Automation System was developed and deployed by III in 1996. One of the objectives is to connect and integrate the following systems:
Airline Operations Control Centre Air Traffic Control System Air Combat Control System

Radar Station
Automated Alert System

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Integrated Airport Automation
From 1998 to 2000, awarded by the Civil Aeronautics Administration, III developed and deployed an Integrated Automation System for three international airports in Taiwan, which Include:
Flight Information System Central Monitor System Information Service System Communication Backbone Central Database System Baggage Process System

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Airline Resources Management System
III-MADS
Multiple Aircraft Dispathcing System

DB

III-CCIODCS
Crew Check In/Out & Duty Claim System

III-CSMS
Crew Salary Management System

III-CIMS
Crew Information Management System

III-PASS
Pilot and Steward dispatching System

Fly Log

Editing

Planning

Monitoring

Calculating

ARSMS
Airline Resource Scheduling and Management System

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Airline Resources Management System

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Generate optimal schedule
 Offers options of various restricted conditions and desired objectives

Adjust the schedule dynamically
 In case of any unpredicted circumstance occurs.  Generate the most appropriate result.

Performance
 ARMS can save the scheduling time up to 70% and reduced 90% of scheduling manpower.  The referrable conditions have been increased three times of the old ones  The use rate of resource can be raised to 20%.

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Automated Load Management System

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Load Management System

• Benefits • LMS System Architecture • LMS Distributed Functions • System Inputs/Outputs/Reports • Comprehensive Aircraft Databases
(Boeing, MD, Airbus)

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Benefits
• • • • • • •
Increased Aircraft Life Span Safer Operational on Aircraft Takeoff, on Air, and Landing Resulted in Better Quality Customer Services Comprehensive and Complete Aircraft Databases and Schemas On-line Interactive Management Reports Offline Data Processing when on-line unavailable Automated Load Control using RFID technology to cause the entire operation more effective and efficient, in turn, resulting in Increased Revenue (Next Phase)
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System Architecture Requirements
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Internet communications. SSL3.0 for security control. Single point of operation on specific flight processes. Synchronized external system interfaces Three months worth of log sheet on server. Historical data retrieval. When server down, the LC workstation can perform independently Redundant facilities adding better availability and reliability to the system

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LMS System Architecture
External Systems

Router

LMS Servers Aircraft Databases

TCP/IP

LMS Client 1

LMS Client 2

LMS Client n
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LMS Distributed Functions
System
• Input: Data Collection from needed external systems. Load sheet from LCS Workstations. Comprehensive aircraft databases. • Output: Automated distribution on the load sheet.

Function

LMS Server

• Process: SSL3.0 for security control. Single point of operation on specific flight processes. Synchronized external system interfaces. Three months worth of log sheet on server. Historical data retrieval.

• Input:

LMS Workstation

Obtains external system data from LCS Server Comprehensive aircraft databases. Manual input. • Output: Provides Standard load sheet to LCS Server for distribution. • Process: Perform CG computation. Perform LC processes independently when server unavailable.

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System Inputs/Outputs

System Input :  Comprehensive aircraft databases  Manual input  External operational systems System Output :  Standard Load sheet & reports  Telexes transmitter  More than 30 different reports to fulfill the operation

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Cargo Management Window
CARGO LOADING STATUS A/C NO A/C TYPE A-16462 330 330 SL
T

FLIGHT DATE (GMT)

AB0888 12JULY05

FROM TO

LAX HKG

LOAD VERSION:

SELECT LOAD VERSION

RL

PL

SR

RR

PR

CPT4 44L 44R 43L 43R
42L-A1 C HKG 1010KG

CPT3 41L 41R 33L 33R 32L 32R 31L 31R 24P PAG

CPT2 23P PAG 22L 22R 21L 21R

CPT1 12P PAG PAG 11P + PAG + PMC

42R

DEADLOAD LIST CONTAINER A1 Cargo HKG AKE33171AB A2 Cargo HKG AKE33058AB A3 Cargo HKG AKE32663AB A4 F-BAG HKG AKE32001AB A5 C-BAG HKG AKE32002AB A6 Y-BAG HKG AKE32003AB

1010 KG 362 KG 478 KG 520 KG 550 KG 600 KG

P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6

HKG HKG HKG HKG HKG HKG EDIT

PALLET AAF56072AB PAG51739AB PMC01150AB PMC03886AB PMC03702AB PMC03734AB

QF QP QP Q6 Q6 Q6

1784 916 3622 2122 2108 2220

KG KG KG KG KG KG

PRINT LOADING INSTRUCTION

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Cargo Limits Check
The following limits must be validated to ensure that dimension and weight of a cargo do not exceed cargo limits :  Check Base Code for each cargo position.  Check Height Code for each cargo position.  Check Position Load Limit for each cargo position.  Check Bay/Compartment Load Limit for each cargo bay or compartment.  Check Hold Load Limit for each cargo hold.  Check Unsymmetrical Load Limits for main deck compartments.  Check Combined Load Limits.  Check Cumulative Load Limits.  Check Lateral Imbalance of the aircraft.

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PASSENGER CHECK-IN STATUS A/C NO A/C TYPE SEAT PLAN PASSENGER MALE FEMALE CHILD INFANT TOTAL PAX CLASS F C Y BLKD SEATS EST CHECK-IN BAG WEIGHT RE-FLASH 85 22 1 1 109 PAX 0 8 100 0 30 UPDATE KGS / PERSON CANCEL 30 / 8 MAX / 24 MAX / 248 MAX / 272 MAX SOC 0 0 0 B-16462 330 FLIGHT DATE (GMT) 8F/16C/248Y AB0888 FROM 12July05 TO LAX HKG

C.G. Boundary
0 400 390 380 370 360 350 340 330 320 310 300
9 11 13

CHECK GRID FOR AIRPLANE C.G.
30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 400 390 380 370 360 350

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MAX TOW 394625 KGS

A

B

C

D

340 330 MAX TOW 317513 KGS 320 310

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19

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25

27

29

31

33

35 %MAC

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300 290 280 270

GROSS WEIGHT (1000 KGS)

290 280 270 260 250 240 230 220 210 200 190 180 170 0 A B C D E F G H K
FWD LIMIT FWD LIMIT ZFW>247207KGS FWD LIMIT,INCREASED AFT CUMULATIVE LOADS FWD LIMIT, WITH TAIL FUEL AFT TAKEOFF LIMIT AFT ZERO FUEL LIMIT AFT TOWING LIMIT MACDLW CHECK (38%MAC) AFT TIPPING LIMIT (41%MAC)

MAX LDW 285763 KGS

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MAX ZFW 256279 KGS

260 250 240 230 220

E

F

G

H

K 210 200 190 180 170

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30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

110

INDEX UNITS
DESIRED ZFW C.G. AREA

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Q&A

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