romatsa - MoldATSA

Report
Overview of existing
ROMATSA ATM system and
plans for the future
Summary
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Core activities
Facts and figures
Strategic axes
Operational concept
Strategic Action Lines
• ATM - main objectives
• CNS - main objectives
o Communication Systems Modernization
o Navigation Systems Modernization
o Survellaince Systems Modernization
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Core activities
Provision of ANS for the
Romanian Airspace:
• Air Traffic Services
• Communication, Navigation
and Surveillance
• MET services
• Aeronautical Information
Services
• Civil Military Coordination
• Search & Rescue Coordination
Center
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Air Traffic Services Units
• 4 AROs / 16 TWRs
• 3 APPs
• 1 ACC
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• MET Offices;
• 13 MET Self Briefing
Offices;
• 1 MET Watch Center
• 4 ARO/BRIEFING Offices
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Facts and figures
Evolution of the en-route unit rate 2007– 2011
Evoluţia tarifului unitar de rută al României în perioada 2007-2011
60
Tarif unitar aprobat
150,56
lei
Tarif unitar aplicat
168,10
lei
196,84
lei
188,86
lei
50
46.46
44.99
44.32
41.38
Tarif unitar (Euro)
40
46.44
44.33 44.74
42.19
39.39
30
20
10
0
2007
2008*
2009*
2010*
2011*
An
* Începând cu anul 2008 tariful unitar de rută este stabilit în moneda naţională. Tarifele unitare efectiv aplicate în perioada 2008-2011 au fost ajustate lunar în funcţie de variaţia cursului
REUTERS leu/euro mediu lunar de închidere al lunii precedente faţă de cursul de referinţă folosit la calculul tarifului unitar aprobat (cursul REUTERS leu/euro mediu lunar de închidere al
lunii septembrie a anului anterior: 3,34691 sept. 2007 pentru 2008, 3,61823 sept. 2008 pentru 2009, 4,23833 sept. 2009 pentru 2010 şi 4,26025 sept. 2010 pentru 2011).
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Facts and figures
Evoluţia volumului serviciilor de navigaţie aeriană de rută prestate în România
Evolution of the en-route
(unităţi chargeable
de servicii facturate)service units 2007– 2011
în perioada 2007-2011
4,000
3,434
3,500
3,304
3,144
3,135
3,008
Unităţi de servicii (mii)
3,000
2,500
2,000
1,500
1,000
500
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
An
Traffic in Romania increased by 3.96% during Summer 2011 (May to October), when compared to Summer 2009
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Facts and figures
Evoluţia volumului serviciilor de navigaţie aeriană de rută prestate în România
Evolution of the en-route chargeable
service units btwn 2008-2011 compared to 2007
(unităţi de servicii facturate)
în perioada 2008-2011 faţă de anul 2007
120.00%
109.24%
105.08%
%
100.00%
99.73%
100.00%
95.69%
80.00%
2007
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2009
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2011
An
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STATFOR traffic forecast
for 2011 – 2015
800,000
Romania - Annual IFR Movements
700,000
600,000
IFR flights
500,000
400,000
IFR movements - Actuals
300,000
IFR movements - Baseline forecast
200,000
IFR movements - High forecast
IFR movements - Low forecast
100,000
0
2006 A
Annual
growth
2006
2007 A
2007
2008 A
2008
2009 A
2009
2010 A
2010
H
B
o.4%
L
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-1.9%
0.1%
-3.3%
9.0%
2011 F
2012 F
2013 F
2014 F
2015 F
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
AAGR
2016/
2010
2.6%
5.5%
7.3%
7%
6.6%
6.6%
5.9%
1.5%
4.2%
5.3%
5.4%
5.2%
5.2%
4.5%
0.5%
3.1%
4.2%
4.5%
4.4%
4.3%
3.5%
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Strategic axes
Services provision in a smooth, safe and efficient manner
Modernization of the ATM system as per SES requirements
on systems interoperability (i.e. IP1 Deployment)
Improvement of the air navigation services performance
supporting the EU performance targets
Ensure the establishment of DANUBE by December 4, 2012
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Operational Concept
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1 ACC in BUCHAREST ATC Center
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Establish CONSTANTA Terminal control area and
APP CONSTANTA Traffic Unit - (finalized 2010)
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Establish ARAD Terminal control area and
APP ARAD Traffic Unit - (finalized Mar. 2012)
• Transfer of en-route activity from
Center to BUCHAREST ATC Center
• Transfer of en-route activity from
Center to BUCHAREST ATC Center
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CONSTANTA ATC
(finalized 2010)
ARAD ATC
(2012)
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Operational Concept
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Redesign and equip APP in BUCHAREST ATC
Center for the necessary infrastructure (finalized Apr. 2012)
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APP CLUJ in BUCHAREST ATC Center - (2013)
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FIC upgrade in FIR/ Bucharest ATC Center
Operational Concept
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Provision of means and procedures for special
situations to facilitate the transfer of the entire
en-route activity to ACC Bucharest
•
•
Establishment of CR1 (Contingency Room) in
Bucharest TDS Room
Establishment of CR2 by agreement with MoD
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Operational Concept
16 TWRs
3 APPs
1 ACC in 2 ATC centers
4 ARO/BRIEFING offices
Aeronautical MET
Services:
•16 MET offices
•13 MET Self Briefing
offices
• 1 MET Watch Center
Strategic action lines
Single European Sky & DANUBE FAB
Performance of the
provision of the air
navigation services
Organization and
flexible use of the
airspace
Interoperability
Pro-active
cooperation in ANS
domain
OBJECTIVES
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Strategic action lines
ATM – main
Main objectives
objectives
Phase 3 – Transfer into
operations
Phase 2 – Development
Phase 1 – Definition
• Estimated Time: End 2012
• Develop operational - technical safety and functional specifications
of ROMATSA 2015+ ATM SYSTEM
• Prepare and launch a tender to
replace the current system
• Approval of the tender
documentation and specifications.
• Open tender
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• Estimated Time: End 2013
• Development of ATM system –
software and hardware
• System Interface Development
• Verification, validation, testing
• Systems Integration
• Implementation of management plans
• Operational and technical
documentation
• Estimated Time: December 2014
• FAT activities, system installation and SAT
• Transfer plan: technical and operational
preparation and safety assessment
• Formal authorization for putting into service
• Operational transfer (shadow, trials,
contingency)
According to:
Interoperability of the ATM ROMATSA System
ROMATSA 2015+ ATM System
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Strategic action lines
Capacity
LRBBCTA - Capacity profile and demand
200
180
160
NO PROBLEMS
ARE FORESEEN
FOR ACC
BUCHAREST
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
2011-2015 Reference Capacity Profile
Demand / Shortest Routes - Peak 3
Demand / Current Routes - Peak 3
Demand / Shortest Routes - Peak 1
Capacity Baseline
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2010
106
108
119
183
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
183
113
115
126
183
120
121
133
183
126
127
141
183
133
135
149
183
141
142
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“Save one minute” initiative
“DIRECT TO”
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“Save one minute” initiative
“Direct to“ – Estimated Savings
Daily total savings (estimated)
No of
flights
Distance
Time
Fuel
quantity
CO2
469
216 NM
29 min.
71695 Kg
225840 Kg
Yearly average savings (estimated)
No of
flights
Distance
Time
Fuel
quantity
CO2
168840
77760 NM
174 hours
7 days 6 h
25.8 mil. Kg
81.3 mil.
Kg
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Strategic action lines
CNS – main objectives
As of February 2015, the modernized
ground-air-ground communication
infrastructure will allow the use of the
data-link services (CPDLC) on route and in
the terminal areas based on VDL mode 2
protocol in accordance with the operational
requirements and specifications developed
in this respect
ground-toground
communicati
ons
DATA LINK PROJECT
ground-airground
communica
tions
COMMUNICATION
SYSTEMS
MODERNIZATION
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• Elaboration of operational concept
• Elaboration of operational,
technical and safety requirements
• Fast-time and real-time simulations
• Elaboration of technical project
• Safety analysis
• Staff training
• Integration and putting into service
of system
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Strategic action lines
CNS – main objectives
 Communication systems modernization
ground-air-ground communications

by 2015 a new modernization stage, started in 2010, for the
ROMATSA Comm. Network (STcR) will be finalized
The ROMATSA Comm. Network Project (STcR) started in
2000, in order to
 Enable full compliant ATM services over a multiservice converged network
which integrates voice (including VoIP) and data communications, securely
and reliably
 Easily manage communications network:
 one network instead of multiple separate networks
 one technology instead of multiple technologies
 Dramatically cutting costs and enhance flexibility and manageability of
communications services
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Strategic action lines
CNS – main objectives
 Communication systems modernization
ground-air-ground communications
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The STcR:
 Was Carefully designed and tested together with awarded high quality solution
providers (Cisco Gold Partner)
 Is a Mature (in terms of proven performances and safety) network technologies and
equipments used
 Continuously monitored and enhanced for better performance and higher safety in
operation
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by 2015 the VCSS in the Bucharest ATC Center will be
modernized to support VoIP

By 2015 new VHF equipments will be installed in all enroute sites to support VoIP
Strategic action lines
CNS – main objectives
128
RTC
128
DSNAR Bacau/
TWR Bacau
8
12
128
TWR Cluj
12
8
128
TWR Iasi
12
8
12
8
TWR Sibiu
TWR S Mare
128
64
6 6
25 25
128
128
6
25 56
2
8
12
TWR Tulcea
DR Arad
64K
256
128
CE
Topolog
TWR Caransebes
252656
s
bp
2M
256
256
TWR Craiova
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12
8
12
8
64K
Otopeni
64K
PST
64K
TWR Arad
VPN
64
TWR Oradea
12
8
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IP core network
transporting data and
voice is supported by
ccommunication
services leased from
2 national carriers
and the 3rd one will
be operational in
2013
Main IP network
nodes are connected
in mesh topology,
using 2Mbps links, in
order to improve
redundancy
8
12
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128
DR Constanta
CDZ Bucuresti
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Strategic action lines
CNS – main objectives
New modernization stage of STcR creates:
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Two level for communication process:
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Backbone level: routers for WAN level data
exchange between the main network nodes.
Access level: routers for data exchange
between the backbone and the final users
voice, RADAR, DPS, AFTN, LAN, MET and
others.
Backbone
Core level
Higher flexibility in order to:
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Increase internal data processing capacity
Improve availability, safety and security by
reducing the number of tasks/router. Less
task unavailable in case of router failure.
Simple maintenance procedures.
Increase flexibility to add new dedicated
functionalities regarding security and
monitoring for backbone routers, like:
intrusion detection, network traffic analysis,
Firewall.
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level
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Strategic action lines
CNS – main objectives
 Communication systems modernization
ground-air-ground communications
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ATC Ground-Ground leased lines for ACC Bucharest
 CDZ Bucharest:
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1 MFC analog - Lviv (BACAU and NAPOC sectors)
1xE1 link Sofia (MFC, Radar, OLDI, AFTN, others)
1 Sofia + 1 Varna (old analog line)
1 Budapest (old analog line)
1x64kbps (modem) Odessa OLDI
1x64kbps Chisinau Radar data (via Bacau)
 CDZ Constanta:
 1 MFC analog - Chisinau (BACAU and DINSI sectors)
 1 MFC analog - Odessa (DINSI sector)
 1 MFC analog - Simferopol (DINSI sector)
 1xE1 link Varna (MFC, Radar, OLDI, AFTN, others)
 CDZ Arad:
 1 MFC analog Belgrad
 1xE1 link Budapest: 2 MFC (2x64kbp channels), OLDI and Radar
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Strategic action lines
CNS – main objectives
 Communication systems modernization
ground-air-ground communications

ROMATSA PROPOSALS for International voice & datalinks between ROMATSA,
MoldATSA and UkSATSE in order to improve support for MFC, AFTN, OLDI and
radar data exchange:
 Installation of the main and back-up digital circuits (2Mbps or nx64kbps
circuits) between ANSPs and ROMATSA
 Establish necessary communication equipment (other than that provided by
the telecom company) to implement new digital circuits and links between
ACCs.
 Digital circuits cost analysis
 LoA amendments to include digital circuits support for voice and data (OLDI,
and radar)
 Analysis of the possibility to use existent digital infrastructure with common
neighbors (Hungary, Slovakia, Bulgaria) as back-up for the new digital lines.
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SAR – Search and rescue
Communication
ROMATSA SAR
COMMUNICATION
ARHITECTURE
Central location
PSTN
Gateway PSTN
redundant
IP Call Centre
Cluster Active/
Standby
TETRA
Recording and
communication
servers
Switch
Gigabit
Ethernet
Gateway TETRA
redundant
Hub
Site
operator
Site 1
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Hub
Backbone
STS
Spoke
SAR+GIS
servers
National unique system
for emergency calls - 112
ARL
Spoke
Spoke
Site
Site
operator
operator
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SAR – Search and rescue
IT
ROMATSA SAR
IT ARHITECTURE
Server 1 AD
SAR COORDINATION CENTER
Server 1
Communication and recording
FC
FC
wkstation1
FC
wkstation2 wkstation3
Server 2
FC
Communication and recording
FC
Switch
Gigabit Ethernet
FC
FC
Server 1
GIS & SAR
FC
Switch
Fibre Channel
Storage Area Network
FC
FC
Switch
Gigabit Ethernet
WAN
Server 2
GIS & SAR
Switch
Fibre Channel
SAS
Antivirus and backup
Server
Sites operators
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Server 2 AD
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Strategic action lines
CNS – main objectives
 NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION

RNAV Infrastructure development for PBN (DVOR/DME):
 ROMATSA has
implemented
appropriate
terrestrial navigation
infrastructure to support en-route and TMA RNAV operations.
 In order to improve DME-DME coverage:
 in the center of Romania (Cluj TMA), 4 new en-route DME systems were
installed in 2011.
 in the Eastern part of Romania, 2 new en-route DME systems are
planned to be installed in 2012 and 2013 in Iasi and Bacau.
 In order to maintain availability of existing VOR/DME systems ROMATSA
planned to replace:
 By 2013, last 2 CVOR/DME systems with new DVOR/DME systems
 By 2015, 9 old DVOR/DME with new DVOR/DME systems
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Strategic action lines
CNS – main objectives
 NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION
 In 2011 ROMATSA and BULATSA has signed an agreement on shared use of
radio navigation aids for area navigation between Romania and Bulgaria.
 Future development of the Romanian en-route NAV infrastructure will be
designed at DANUBE FAB level.

In order to rationalize NAV aids infrastructure for PBN, ROMATSA:
 Planned for withdraw all NDBs for en-route, by 2013
 Replaced in 2011, 20 NDBs for terminal navigation services. The NDB
systems were replaced in order to maintain non-precision back-up procedures
for approach and landing.
 4 old NDB systems for terminal navigation services will be withdrawn in
2013.
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Strategic
action
lines
CNS – main objectives
 NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION
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Strategic action lines
CNS – main objectives
SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM MODERNIZATION - Schedule
2012
Modernization of
Mode S – radar
sensors MSSR
Bucharest
2015 -2016
Replacement of
PSR/MSSR TMA
Bucharest
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2012
2012
2013
Putting into
service WAM
TRANSYLVANIA
(Sibiu, Tg.
Mureş)
Modernization of
Mode S – radar
sensors MSSR
Arad and
Constanta
Putting into
service A-SMGCS
system
Bucharest
Otopeni
2014 -2015
Modernization of
Mode S – radar
sensors MSSR
Cluj
2014-2015
Extension WAM
MOLDOVA
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Putting into
service ADS – B
pilot system in
FIR BUCHAREST
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Strategic action lines
CNS – main objectives
 SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM MODERNIZATION

A-SMGCS system at Otopeni TWR

Mode S radars sensors - installed

Improve radar coverage – multilateration - installed

Optimize the protection of radar data supplied by civil and
military radar sensors in civil and military coordination
systems

Improve the surveillance service using ADS-B type solutions
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CNS – main objectives
 Surveillance system - infrastructure
ROMATSA has 8 radars:
 3 MSSR Mode S Radars
Bucharest
Constanta
Arad


4 MSSR Mode A/C Radars
1 PSR/MSSR Mode A/C Radar
The three radars
became operational in
2012
Buciumeni
– 1994
Topolog
- 1994
Bacau
- 2000
Cluj
- 2000
Otopeni – 1994/2000
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CNS – main objectives
 Surveillance system - infrastructure
ROMATSA also installed a Wide Area Multilateration System
(WAM TRANSYLVANIA) which became operational from
2012
WAM system provides radar coverage for the new Cluj TMA which
is located in central part of Romania between the Carpathian
Mountains.
Difficult terrain and layout of Cluj, Târgu Mureş and Sibiu airports,
situated in the lowlands between hills, necessitated the adoption
of a multilateration solution to ensure operational requirements at
very low altitudes, practically from the runway level.
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New CLUJ TMA
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WAM COVERAGE at FL 100 for CLUJ TMA
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RADAR DATA SHARING
To fulfill the multiple radar coverage requirements in order
to ensure 5 NM separation, ROMATSA concluded bilateral
agreements to exchange radar data with:
SERBIA – LOA 2012
HUNGARY – LOA 2010
MOLDOVA
- LOA 2005
BULGARIA – LOA 2005
and
Romanian Air Force – LOA 2007
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