ATMG 19 ICAO GANP monitoring - Presentation

Report
Post meeting comment – the powerpoint as shown at the ATMGE has been updated
as follows
- Added list of abbreviations
- Integrated (in a light manner) the separate presentation on the process
- corrected some errors
- Added post meeting comments
GANP/ASBU modules implementation
monitoring process using LSSIP/ESSIP
ATMGE/19, Baku, Azerbaijan
Danny DEBALS
EUROCONTROL
Presentation 08 April 2014
Slides updated 11 April 2014 to take into account comments received by ATMGE/19 participants
1. AIM OF THIS PRESENTATION
 Apply agreement reached at EANPG Nov 2013
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2a. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR YOU?
 If you are an ECAC State
= it's a do nothing scenario for you
 Why? See next slides on the ESSIP/LSSIP process)
 Who decided? EANPG + AAB
 If you are not an ECAC State -->
= the rest of the presentation is for you - I'll explain!
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2b. WHO IS WHO?
ICAO EUR/NAT Office accreditation (56 States)
ICAO EUR Region (55 States)
ECAC (44) - Iceland (1) = 43 States
EUROCONTROL (40) + Estonia (1) = 41 States
SES Performance Scheme (30 States)
EU (28 States)
Azerbaijan
Andorra
Austria
Latvia
Norway
Albania
Belgium
Lithuania
Switzerland
Armenia
Belarus
Bulgaria
Luxembourg
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Israel
Cyprus
Malta
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Czech Republic
Netherlands
Macedonia
Kyrgyzstan
Denmark
Poland
Moldova
Estonia
Portugal
Monaco
Tajikistan
Finland
Romania
Montenegro
Turkmenistan
France
Slovakia
Serbia
Uzbekistan
Germany
Slovenia
Turkey
Algeria
Greece
Spain
Ukraine
Morocco
Hungary
Sweden
Ireland
United Kingdom
Italy
Croatia
San Marino
Iceland
Russian Federation
Tunisia
ECAA Member
IAC Member
3. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?
 In a nutshell: give us 'high level' data (5 lines) on the
following 20 Objectives by 31 May at the latest.
That's all we ask.
Post meeting comment – at the meeting,
the deadline of 31 May has been changed
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4. WHAT WILL WE DO WITH THE INFO? (1)
 To answer this question I need first to explain you
our ESSIP/LSSIP process and how it is applied to
the 41 ECAC States since 20+ years
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4. WHAT WILL WE DO WITH THE INFO? (2)
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4. WHAT WILL WE DO WITH THE INFO? (3)
 So how will this process serve ICAO GANP ASBU
monitoring?
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4. WHAT WILL WE DO WITH THE INFO? (2)
Post meeting comment – at the meeting,
the deadline of 31 May has been changed,
so this will affect the further schedule of activities.
The presentation refers to the original May deadline.
5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – TABLE (1)
Post meeting comment – some small
modifications have been proposed to
ICAO Paris for this table – once agreed,
this will be added in the guidance text
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – TABLE (2)
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – TABLE (3)
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – TABLE (4)
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 01
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Adriatik KOKONA
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/nav10.pdf
 Specific guidance:
This objective requires the implementation of RNAV(GNSS) APV procedures based on
APV/BARO and/or APV/SBAS. The primarily objective is to enhance safety but there are
potential benefits in terms of reduced minima and better access to airports without precision
approach and landing capability.
 Example text:
”The Republic of ABC-nia will design and publish RNAV(GNSS) APV procedures at the
following airports, names of the airports. The procedures will be based on APV/BARO and/or
APV/SBAS. States aircraft will be equipped with the required equipment, the airworthiness
and operational certificates will be issued by the Regulator. The completion date is planned
for 12/2019.”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 02
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Predrag VRANJKOVIC
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/aop04-1.pdf
 Specific guidance:
There are 4 important elements: Specify the type of surveillance equipment to be installed;
Operating procedures; Vehicle tracking; Training
 Example text:
”All surveillance equipment (e.g. SMRs, Multilateration) will be installed and operating by
06/2016. Procedures will be in place 6 months earlier. Vehicle tracking is foreseen to be fully
operational on 04/2016. Personnel will be trained on the installed SMR and multilateration
equipment by the same date. Training for maintenance personnel of vehicle transponders
and operational staff will be finalised by 08/2016.
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 03
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Predrag VRANJKOVIC
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/aop04-2.pdf
 Specific guidance:
There are 3 important elements: Type of the alerting technology installed to enable detection
and conflicts (HITT, RIMCAS, etc.); Approved procedures implemented; Training of
aerodrome controllers in A-SMGCS Level 2 procedures
 Example text:
“The Airport ABC is planning to install alerting technology (e.g. Park Air NOVA 9000
RIMCAS) by 06/2018. Procedures will be defined and approved by the same date. Training
of aerodrome controllers in A-SMGCS Level 2 procedures will commence as early as
01/2017, and it is planned to finish by end of 2017.”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 04
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Luca DELL’ORTO
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/atc17.pdf
 Specific guidance:
The State/ANSP should indicate specifically which ones of the messages identified in the
description of ATC17 are (going to be) used operationally, and with which neighbouring
States/ANSPs. If only sub-groups of the lists presented in the objective are implemented,
this should be specified
 Example text:
“The Republic of ABC-nia will implement operationally the following OLDI messages (PAC,
COD, COF, MAS, TIM) between its ATSU ‘xyz’ and ATSU ‘hjk’ in neighbouring State CBAnia, by December 2017”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 05
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Luca DELL’ORTO
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/ity-cotr.pdf
 Specific guidance:
The objective includes two distinct elements:
- the exchange of flight data for the purpose of notification, coordination and transfer of
flights (Notification, initial coordination, revision of coordination, etc). The State/ANSP should
indicate specifically which ones of the messages identified are (going to be) used
operationally, and with which neighbouring States/ANSPs.
- requirements for the transmission of parameters (Logon Forward and Next Authority
Notified) which are linked specifically to the implementation of Datalink (VDL2). These can
be simply discarded if VDL2 is not in the plans of the concerned State/ANSP
 Example text:
“The Republic of ABC-nia will operationally the following processes (Notification, Initial
Coordination, Revision, Abrogation of coordination) between its ATSU ‘xyz’ and ATSU ‘hjk’ in
neighbouring State CBA-nia, by December 2017”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 06
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Oscar ALFARO
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/ity-fmtp.pdf
 Specific guidance:
The aim of this reporting is finding out which communication protocol is being used for the
exchange of flight plan messages between ACCs (if any), and when will these be migrated to
IPv6. The report should address communications infrastructure, systems and operational
links within the State (make a generic statement if the list is too long) and with each
neighbouring State (ACCs).
 Example text:
”Commissioning of new FDPS systems took place at X and Y ACC in April 2011. These
systems support both FMTP and X25 for the notification, coordination & transfer data
connections. There are plans to implement FMTP based on IPv6: the XX-YY IPv6
connection is installed and tested but not yet operational (planned for Q3/2014); the XX-ZZis
currently a IPv4 connection and will be migrated to IPv6 in Q4 2014”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 07
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Ana Paula FRANGOLHO
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/inf04.pdf
 Specific guidance:
The Integrated Briefing allows a flexible and tailored provision and presentation of data
which are required during the pre-flight phase for the preparation and execution of a flight. It
comprises access to various data/information sources such as AIS, ARO, MET and ATFM
which provide NOTAM, SNOWTAM, MET messages, FPL and related messages or ATFM
messages. The data is provided and presented into one package.
 Example text:
“Implementation of Integrated Briefing is completed. AIS, FPL, MET and ATFM information
are integrated into one single source. Internet briefing is also available at the AIS Site.
Meteorological Information is integrated in the AIS Briefing since Dec 2013.”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 08
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Luca DELL’ORTO
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/atc16.pdf
 Specific guidance:
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States have to ensure that all concerned aircraft in the State Registry are equipped with
certified ACAS II equipment. Moreover, ANSPs have to ensure that the training for ATCOs is
up-to-date so that they are aware of the features of ACAS II Change 7.1 (which includes
improved RA reversal logic and new instructions to pilot:
(https://www.eurocontrol.int/articles/tcas-ii-version-71).
A monitoring of the performance of ACAS should be established by means of regular
occurrence reporting (incident reports/ACAS reports), investigation and analysis.
 Example text:
”The Republic of ABC-nia has done all necessary actions (a.o. monitoring of ACAS
occurrences as described in PANS-ATM). In addition it will, by end 2014, update the training
of operational staff to include ACAS II (TCAS II change 7.1).
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 09
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Ingrid FEIJT
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/atc02-2.pdf
 Specific guidance:
Ensure integration of the STCA Safety Net in the national regulation and take appropriate
regulatory actions at national level (inspections and safety surveys) to ensure the timely
implementation by the respective Stakeholder (ANSPs, Military). Also ensure clear allocation
of roles and responsibilities to create conditions for successful teamwork to perform the
required action in the areas of e.g. Training, Procedures and Capabilities.
 Example text:
“A new STCA was introduced in the fallback ATC system in June 2006 and in the primary
ATC system in January 2007. The implementation of this Objective as an operational
improvement is now completed by the Republic of ABC-nia. The STCA system has been
verified against and found to be in compliance with the respective EUROCONTROL
Specification. ATCOs have been trained on the new STCA.”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 10
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Ingrid FEIJT
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/atc02-5.pdf
 Specific guidance:
Ensure integration of the Area Proximity Warning (APW) Safety Net in the national regulation
and take appropriate regulatory actions at national level (inspections and safety surveys) to
ensure the timely implementation by the respective Stakeholder (ANSPs, Military). Also
ensure clear allocation of roles and responsibilities to create conditions for successful
teamwork to perform the required action in the areas of e.g. Training, Procedures and
Capabilities.
 Example text:
“Area Proximity Warning (APW) is not yet introduced in the Republic of ABC-nia. Due to the
low levels of traffic, it appears not cost effective. Only within the ACC of XY it might be
implemented – this is being studied for the moment – more information on this is due to be
available end 2014.”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 11
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Ingrid FEIJT
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/atc02-6.pdf
 Specific guidance:
Ensure integration of the Minimum Safe Altitude Warning (MSAW) Safety Net in the national
regulation and take appropriate regulatory actions at national level (inspections and safety
surveys) to ensure the timely implementation by the respective Stakeholder (ANSPs,
Military). Also ensure clear allocation of roles and responsibilities to create conditions for
successful teamwork to perform the required action in the areas of e.g. Training, Procedures
and Capabilities.
 Example text:
“Because of technical problems with the current systems, Minimum Safe Altitude Warning
(MSAW) is not yet introduced in the Republic of ABC-nia. However there are concrete plans
to introduce it by end 2017.”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 12
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Predrag VRANJKOVIC
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/aop05.pdf
 Specific guidance:
Most important elements: MoU/ LoA between partners at the airport on information sharing;
Establishing airport KPIs and monitoring of the airport performance; and procedures for predeparture sequencing, turnaround process, adverse conditions situations (including deiceing), exchange of Departure Planning Information (DPI message - in case of future
creation of regional Network Manager)
 Example text:
“The airport ABC is planning to implement CDM by (date). The CDM MoU is in preparation
and will be signed by all partners at the airport by (date). The MoU will clearly define
responsibilities for each partner. Target of block time procedure (TOBT) will be implemented
by (date). Pre-departure sequencing procedure will be implemented by (date). Airport
performance will be reviewed and measured every 6 months. Adverse Conditions
procedures will be implemented by (date)”.
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 13
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Luca DELL’ORTO
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/atc07-1.pdf
 Specific guidance:
specify which airport is served by AMAN; If there is co-ordination across the border (e.g.
AMA message is sent to neighbouring ANSP for coordinating arrival into your airport); and if
you receive AMA messages for coordinating flow of arrivals into a neighbouring State/airport
 Example text:
“The Republic of ABC-nia will implement basic AMAN at airport XYZ by 12/2020.
Coordination with neighbouring State/ATSU ‘CBA-nia/sdf’ for exchange of AMA messages
planned to be in place by 12/2019.”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 14
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Luca DELL’ORTO
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/atc15.pdf
 Specific guidance:
It includes, where relevant, support for AMAN operations involving airports located in
adjacent ATSUs (i.e. your State may implement extended AMAN to serve an airport in a
neighbouring State)
 Example text:
“The Republic of ABC-nia will implement extended AMAN for flows into airport XYZ by
12/2020. Coordination with neighbouring State/ATSU ‘CBA-nia/sdf’ for exchange of AMA
messages will be in place by 12/2019.”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 15
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Agnieszka DYBOWSKA
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/aom19.pdf
 Specific guidance:
Establish a collaborative civil-military airspace planning based on: integrated and dynamic
ASM/ATFCM process supported by automated tools, fully introducing the FUA concept, with
proper agreements at all levels (LoAs). The goal is to allow Airline Operators (AOs) to
optimise their flight planning in order to achieve a more efficient utilisation of available
airspace through more dynamic responses to specific short notice or real-time airspace
status changes, requirements and route optimisation at the pre-tactical and/or tactical levels.
 Example text:
“Integrated civil/military system in ABC-nia is under development while the core features are
already implemented. FUA procedures for booking TSAs are well established (according to
appropriate LoAs) and are managed by an AMC. GAT flights via active TSAs are available in
accordance with submitted FPL conditions and upon clearance given by civil ATCO first
coordinated with military unit. A web based tool for automation of airspace bookings will be
implemented in 2015.”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 16
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Adriatik KOKONA
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/nav03.pdf
 Specific guidance:
This objective is an interim step on the path toward a global RNAV environment based on
Performance Based Navigation concept and is aimed at providing short term operational
benefits to aircraft equipped with appropriately approved RNAV equipment.
 Example text:
”The Republic of ABC-nia will design and publish on its AIP, SIDs and STARs P-RNAV
procedures at the following TMAs/Airports: XX, YY and ZZ. In addition, training of all Air
Traffic Controllers and upgrading of the existing ATS systems will ensure the availability of
information regarding RNAV equipage of the aircraft. The completion date is planned for
2018.
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 17
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Octavian CIOARA
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/fcm01.pdf
 Specific guidance:
This Objective is not applicable “per se” by non-EUROCONTROL States, as FCM01 implies
exchange of data with the Network Manager in Brussels. The Objective should be
paraphrased and its principles applied to non-EUROCONTROL States: the set-up of
regional/sub-regional tactical flow management services and provision of real time data
exchanges between the local ATC systems and a regional/sub-regional function, enhancing
these services. The exchange of data would address the provision of Flow Management
data from the regional/sub-regional services to the local systems and the provision of flight
activations and estimates from the local ATC systems to the regional/sub-regional services.
 Example text:
“The Republic of ABC-nia has no plans to implement ATFM at regional/sub-regional level nor
will it support with appropriate exchange of data. Overall no such regional/sub-regional
ATFM is planned in the region.”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 18
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Octavian CIOARA
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/ity-spi.pdf
 Specific guidance:
This Objective aims to improve the interoperability of surveillance data and to create the
prerequisites for the deployment of new surveillance technologies. It also addresses the
carriage of specific avionics by IFR/GAT flights (Mode S ELS, EHS and ADS-B Out). It is
derived from a SES Regulation applicable in the European Union.
 Example text:
“The Republic of ABC-nia will deploy a surveillance infrastructure based on Mode S /
Multilateration / ADS-B. The surveillance data exchanged between surveillance systems will
be subject to an agreed data format. Implementation is foreseen by 2020.”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 19
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Bernd HILL
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/env01.pdf
 Specific guidance:
This typically requires partnership agreements for the implementation of CDO signed
between the Airport Operator, ANSP, Airlines and the Communes in the surrounding area of
an Airport. All partners should be fully involved in the introduction of CDO. The ANSP should
redesign the TMA Airspace to apply CDO Procedures. CDO techniques should be
integrated into ATCO Training. Airlines equip their aircraft to fly CDO procedures, which are
published in the AIP. A noise and track keeping system should be used to monitor CDO
Performance. CDO Procedures are monitored by an Environment Unit at the ANSP or at the
Airport Operator.
 Example text:
“The Republic of ABC-nia has implemented CDO on airport X1 and X2 from 07:00 hours to
21:00 hours. Extension for a 24 hours basis is foreseen by 2015. All airlines are applying
CDO and CDO approaches are published in the AIP.”
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5. DETAILS FOR EACH ASBU MODULE – Obj 20
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EUROCONTROL Objective Coordinator: Adriatik KOKONA
http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/content/documents/official-documents/guidance/ity-agdl.pdf
 Specific guidance:
This objective requires the implementation of the first set of en-route non time critical airground data link services DLIC, ACL ACM and AMC. It applies to all flights operating as
general air traffic in accordance with instrument flights rules above FL 285. It is derived from
a SES Regulation applicable in the EU
 Example text:
“The Republic of ABC-nia has not yet plans to deploy the required infrastructure and
systems to support the air-ground data link, and therefore will not be ready to provide all the
above mentioned services to aircraft flying within its airspace.”
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6. PRACTICAL MODALITIES (1)
 The template + this presentation should be sufficient for you to do the
work.
 They are available on our website
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6. PRACTICAL MODALITIES (2)
 The entire PEPR Team is available to assist
 But specifically dedicated are:
Agnieszka, Predrag, Danny
 + Sven and Elkhan at ICAO Paris
Post meeting comment – all info on these 5 persons is on
the guidance website
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6. PRACTICAL MODALITIES (3)
 Nominate a Focal Point
 E-mail the filled-in document - most preferably in English - to above
coordinates.
 End May is the deadline. Preferably earlier.
 If you wish to use the Web Tool, let us know very soon. At the end of this
slideshow is explained how to gain access.
Post meeting comment – at the meeting,
the deadline of 31 May has been changed
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7a. OVERALL…
 Do not reinvent the hot water - there's a process in ECAC since 20+
years: use it
 Keep it straightforward and simple: for non-ECAC States only high level
explanation asked.
 Do it the next 2 months.
 We can further explain .. But basically this presentation should help you
already a long way.
 Do not aim for perfection ..!
Post meeting comment – at the meeting,
the deadline of 31 May has been changed
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7b. OVERALL… the words of the Commission
 Avoid duplication of work - as we have experience with the monitoring for
the ATM Master Plan (of which ESSIP is a part) we would like to use this
tool.
 The information to be added from States outside ECAC, can be limited to
what is needed for ICAO.
 We want ICAO to take an active role in stimulating these other States to
contribute with information.
 The ICAO report to be made should not be delayed, but based on what is
available by the set deadline.
 With this type of information the EUR region can make a good contribution
to the global level, both regarding the tool as to the amount of information.
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8. FAQ (1)
1. What if I cannot give all info by end May?
A: give us what you have - Rome is not built in one day
2. Objectives are very complex - should I read the entire ESSIP Plan?
A: no - see the short examples here above
3. What if we will implement later then the foreseen dates?
A: that's the aim of monitoring: to see the real facts!
4. What if the information I have is only partial? Should I still send it to you
by end May, or should I delay it awaiting for full info? Or, any possibility to
amend info after end of May if more data is available
A: Even if it is partial, we (ICAO) need the info. Mark the parts that are not
yet final – see some example texts. As of June, any further updates would
be part of a next update cycle – tbd when and how etc – depending on
the success of this cycle.
Post meeting comment – at the meeting,
the deadline of 31 May has been changed
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8. FAQ (2)
5. What’s in it for me – why should I do all this?
A: it’s an ICAO requirement .. But more .. It gives you the possibility to
look “in the neighbours garden”  we propose that as of early June all
those that have contributed to the exercise will get Read/Only access to
the info of all other States (including ECAC States)
6. OTHERS?...
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9. List of abbreviations (1)
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AAB
Agency Advisory Board
ACAS
Airborne Collision Avoidance System
ACC
Area Control Centre
ACL
ATC Clearances
ACM
ATC Communications Management
ADEXP
ATS Data Exchange Presentation
ADS-B
Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast
AFSG
Aeronautical Fixed Services Group
AGDL
Air Ground Data Link
AIDC
ATS Interfacility Data Communications
AIMTF
Aeronautical Information Management Task Force
AIP
Aeronautical Information Publication
AIRB
Airborne
AIS
Aeronautical Information Services
AMA
Area Minimum Altitude
AMAN
Arrival Manager
AMC
ATC Microphone Check
ANSP
Air Navigation Service Provider
AOM
Airspace Organisation & Management
AOP
Airport Operations
AOs
Airline Operators
APV
Approach with Vertical Guidance
APV/BAROApproach with Vertical Guidance / Barometric
APV/SBAS Approach with Vertical Guidance / Satellite-Based Augmentation System
APW
Area Proximity Warning
ARO
Air Traffic Services Reporting Office
ASBU
aviation system block upgrade
ASM
Airspace Management
A-SMGCS Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System
ATCO
Air Traffic Controller
ATFCM
Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management
ATFM
Air Traffic Flow Management
ATMGE
Air Traffic Management Group-East
ATSA
Air Traffic Situational Awareness
ATSU
Air Traffic Services Unit
AU
Airspace User
AWOG
All Weather Operations Group
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CBA
Cost Benefit Analysis
CCO
Continuous Climb Operations
CDM
Collaborative Decision Making
CDO
Continuous Descent Operations
COD
SSR Code Assignment
COF
Change of Frequency
COG
Coordination Group
COTR
Coordination and Transfer
DLIC
Data Link Initiation Capability
DMAN
Departure Manager
DPI
Departure Planning Information
ECAA
European Civil Aviation Area
ECAC
European Civil Aviation Conference
EHS
Enhanced Mode S surveillance
ELS
Mode S Elementary surveillance
ENV
Environment
ESSIP
European Single Sky ImPlementation
EU
European Union
FCM
Flow and Capacity Management
FDPS
Flight Data Processing System
FIR
Flight Information Region
FL
Flight Level
FMTP
Flight Message Transfer Protocol
FOC
Full Operational Capability
FPL
Flight Plan
FUA
Flexible Use of Airspace
GANP
Global Air Navigation Plan
GAT
General Air Traffic
GNSS
Global Navigation Satellite System
HITT
Holland Institute of Traffic Technology
IAC
Interstate Aviation Committee
ICAO EUR/NAT
ICAO European / North Atlantic Region
IDP
Interim Deployment Programme
IFR
Instrumental Flight Rules
IPv4
Internet Protocol version 4
IR
Implementing Rule
ITP
In-trail Procedure
ITY
Interoperability
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9. List of abbreviations (2)
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ITP
In-trail Procedure
ITY
Interoperability
KPI
Key Performance Indicator
LOA
Letter of Agreement
LSSIP
Local Single Sky ImPlementation
MAS
Manual Assume of Control Message
MET
Meteo
METG
Meteo Group
MLAT
Multilateration
MoU
Memorandum of Understanding
MSAW
Minimum Safe Altitude Warning
NAV
Navigation
NM
Network Manager
NOTAM
Notice to Airmen
OLDI
On-Line Data Interchange
PAC
Preliminary Activation message
PANS-ATMProcedures for Air Navigation Services - Air Traffic Management
PBN
Performance Based Navigation
PBNTF
PBN Task Force
PEPR
Pan European Planning, Monitoring and Reporting
P-RNAV Precision RNAV
QMS
Quality Management System
RA
Resolution Advisory
RDGE
Route Development Group Eastern Region
RIMCAS Runway Incursion Monitoring and Conflict Alert System
RNAV
Area Navigation
SES
Single European Sky
SID
Standard Instrument Departure
SMR
Surface Movement Radar
SNOWTAMNoTAM on SNOW Conditions
SSR
Secondary Surveillance Radar
STAR
Standard Terminal Arrival Route
STCA
Short Term Conflict Alert
TCAS
Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System
TIM
Transfer Initiation Message
TMA
Terminal Control Area
TOBT
Target of block time
TSA
Temporary Segregated Area
VDL
VHF Voice and Data Link
VSA
Visual Separation on Approach
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Useful Links
 Guidance for ICAO GANP monitoring
http://www.eurocontrol.int/articles/guidance-material
(select tab «ICAO»)
 EUROCONTROL Team
http://www.eurocontrol.int/articles/essiplssip-team
 ESSIP/LSSIP information
http://www.eurocontrol.int/pepr
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Additional slides
 Get OneSky Online account
 Get access to LSSIP Database
Additional slides – get OneSky Online account (1)
1. Go to eurocontrol website
2. Select «OneSky Online Extranet»
3. Select «Register for OneSky Online»
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Additional slides – get OneSky Online account (2)
4. Fill in
5. Get this screen
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Additional slides – get OneSky Online account (3)
6. Click on link in received mail
7. So to get this screen
8. Wait a while:
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Additional slides – get OneSky Online account (4)
10. So you have now
access to the OneSky
Online
9. Back to «OneSky
Online Extranet»
Now fill in your
Login ID and
Password
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Additional slides – get access LSSIP DB (1)
11. Now request access
to the LSSIP Database,
by sending e-mail
to [email protected]
or [email protected]
or [email protected]
11. Do not forget to mention
your One Sky Online
Use Id (or Logon Id)
+ which State you wish
to modify
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Additional slides – get access LSSIP DB (2)
13. This is the home screen
of the LSSIP Data base.
Click on «Local Implementation»
12. Once you get mail back,
refresh «OneSky
Online Extranet», so
you will see LSSIP/IDP
Database
Click on it…
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Additional slides – get access LSSIP DB (3)
14. And here is the main screen to work with the LSSIP Data base.
As this specific user has only Read/Write access to Uzbekistan,
he will automatically be put on this input page.
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