Framework Wide Data Administration (SWIM) Review.


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Framework Wide Information Management (SWIM) Overview Segment One and Beyond RTCA 2007 Forum James Eck, Director of ATC Communications September 18, 2007

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2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 Communication Roadmap 129 Telecom ANICS Tech Refresh FTI-1 74 41 FTI-2 Mobile Comm Sustain Aero Mobile Communication Infrastructure Legacy Aero Mobile Infrastructure Convergence 18 110 Supporting Data Communications Program 35 Digital VHF Aeronautical Mobile Communication Infrastructure 43 116 DataComm Segmt. 1 DataComm Segmt. 3 DataComm Segmt. 2 Effective Rulemaking Strategy Network Services SWIM - Core Services Sgmt. 1 Sgmt. 2 Sgmt. 3 4 Ground Segments 128 130 59 SWIM – Air Segments Voice Comm Switching Legacy Voice Switches VSCS 34 41 47 NVS TVS Bridge ETVS/IVSR

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Communications Roadmap Assumptions NAS must move from devoted "nailed up" segment based and autonomous office operations to arranged offices and zone based operations FTI gets to be essential Voice/Data transport framework Next Generation Voice Switch is required to meet combination/collocation, Business Continuity Plan, Sector Load adjusting/Load Sharing, and 4D Trajectory ideas (asset mapped to streams) All flight security basic A/G information correspondences are over VHF based frameworks Advisory interchanges (e.g. Climate, NAS Status, NOTAMS) can be bolstered by business correspondences benefits through "airborne SWIM" administrations Initial Implementation connected to NextGen Network Enabled Weather (NNEW) ability Infrastructure development is driven by Transition systems begin in higher elevation airspaces moving toward lower heights Implementation begins in extensive offices moving to little offices Expectation for lessening in number of offices – (staffed and unstaffed) Infrastructure and individuals "committed to particular airspace" evolving to "rapidly and effortlessly adjusted to airspace as required" Expectation for low development in number of operational segments ("airspace development") through the mid term, constraining interest on devoted assets

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Communication Roadmap Decisions (1 of 2) 4 2007 – Final venture choice for SWIM ground section 1 execution (benchmark for FY09-10) 2009 - Approve Terminal Voice Switch Bridge Contract 2008 - Determine FAA\'s underlying speculation methodology for the Data Communications Program and the rulemaking technique for airborne hardware. 2009 - Final Investment Decision for SWIM Ground Segment 1+ Implementation (Baseline for FY11 – 13) 2008 – Final Investment Decision for ANICS Technical Refresh 2009 – Decision for down select for SWIM fragment 2 competitors 2010 - Approve Final Investment Decision for NAS Voice Switch 2011 - Approve SWIM Airborne Segments Implementation 2013 - Approve FTI Re-Compete Decision 34 35 128 129 130 47 59 74

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Automation Roadmap (1 of 2) 2015 2023 2024 2025 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 128 130 4 59 SWIM Segmt. 3 SWIM Segmt.1 SWIM Segmt. 2 35 DataComm Segmt. 1 DataComm Segmt. 3 DataComm Segmt. 2 * 7 ADS-B (segmt. 1) ADS-B (segmt. 2) ADS-B (segmt. 3) ADS-B (segmt. 4) 109 114 55 112 113 C O N V E R G E N C E 118 NextGen Automation Platform Release 2 NextGen Automation Platform Release 1 114 31 111 110 1 4 64 73 75 83 43 55 18 ERAM * HADDS En Route Automation NextGen Workpackage En Route Automation Mid-Term Workpackage ERAM Initial Baseline URET R6 TR/R4 TR/R5 R1 R3 R7/TR R8 R9 R2 HOST DSR 108 44 57 4 TMA Upgrades TMA 1 7 ECG 102 109 65 ERIDS 110 * 7 59 83 55 STARS/S Lite STARS 45 106 107 ARTS 1E/IIE 7 * 59 55 83 110 ARTS IIIE ARTS IIIE ARTS IIIE 66 DOTS+ 119 59 SMA 4 19 ETMS TFMS WP3 TFMS WP1 TFMS WP2 DSP DFM 4 59 TDDS Terminal Flight Data Platform 115 20 TFDM2 TFDM3 EFS/TFDM1 46 30 ARMT 117 30 FDIO X AEFS 114 EFSTS 35 4 116 TDLS X ACE-IDS 109 65 21 NextGen Virtual Tower SAIDS 22 32 58

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NNEW ERAM TDLS TFM Airborne SWIM & DataComm Weather Airspace status NOTAMS Deviation asks for Acknowledgments Trajectory/leeway changes Acknowledgments Characteristics Situational mindfulness - consultative Commercial range Limited or No source Authentication Low or no plan confirmation User indicated QoS RMA Delivery (e.g. best exertion) Latency International utilization in light of reach of administration supplier User composed/coordinated controls and shows User indicated FMS mix Characteristics Command and Control – wellbeing basic Protected range Source Authentication High security confirmation levels QoS directed by security case High dependability, viability & accessibility Guaranteed conveyance Low dormancy Harmonization in view of International understandings Standardized controls and shows FMS mix

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Segment 1 Program Overview Nine Segment 1 abilities were gotten from Communities of Interest: Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) Flight & Flow Management (F&FM) Weather SWIM won\'t execute a different foundation for Segment 1 SWIM will influence existing frameworks, procedures, assets, and coordinations chains that are a piece of the program workplaces "touched" by the 9 SWIM capacities SWIM Governance to guarantee utilization of basic conventions and interfaces, helped by utilization of business programming for some Core Services

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