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Federal Aviation Administration
Stan Pszczolkowski
FAA Technical Center
(609) 485-6918
October 19, 2005
stan.pszczolkowski @faa.gov
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Next Generation Air Transportation System
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Congress Tasked Agencies to Form Senior Policy
Committee
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Secretary of Transportation, Chair
Secretary of Defense
Secretary of Homeland Security
Secretary of Commerce
Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy
Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space
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Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration
Established Joint Planning and Development Office
(www.jpdo.aero)
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Small and Focused Office
Close Collaboration with Experts in Government and Private Sector
Delivered “Next Generation Air Transportation System Integrated
Plan” (Meet needs of 2025 and substantial near term benefits.)
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Establish an Agile Air Traffic System
(1 of 8 Strategies in NGATS Plan)
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Accommodate Future Requirements
Respond to Shifts in Demand from All Users
Responsive to Market Elasticity
Flexibility to Deliver Capacity and Efficiency Improvements
Ensure Equipment and Personnel Support Wide Range and Number of Operations
Tailored to Customer Needs.
• Some Key Capabilities
– Trajectory* Based Operations
– Management by Trajectory
– The “Evaluator”
* Trajectory is a 4 dimension prediction of aircraft position (X, Y, Z, T)
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Collaborative Trajectory Research – Action Plan 16
(Eurocontrol, France, FAA, NASA)
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Common terminology
Trajectory prediction requirements survey
Requirements for encoding ATC constraints (LOA/SOPs)
Comprehensive sensitivity analysis of factors
Evaluation of aircraft performance models
Requirements for aircraft performance (source) data
Comprehensive validation data set
Assessment of air traffic management constraints
Comprehensive assessment of intent prediction errors
Note: several white papers available, email [email protected]
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