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Microsoft Word - ECARNTG5-RD3IP04.docx E/CAR/NTG/5 & E/CAR/RD/3 IP/04 03/10/14 Fifth Eastern Caribbean Network Technical Group (E/CAR/NTG/5) and Third Eastern Caribbean Radar Data Sharing Ad-hoc Group (E/CAR/RD/3) Meetings Guadeloupe, France, 22 to 24 October 2014 Agenda Item 4: Radar Data Display Request for Information (RFI) Process 4.1 Presentations of RDS proposals PRISMA – COMSOFT’S MODULAR ATM SOLUTION (Presented by COMSOFT) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY COMSOFT's PRISMA is a modular system, providing autonomous Processing of Surveillance Data and Flight Plan Data and for Air Traffic Service (ATS) Units including operation for En-Route, Major Terminal Area and Approach Units. (...) Introduction 1.1 COMSOFT's PRISMA is a modular system, providing autonomous Processing of Surveillance Data and Flight Plan Data and for Air Traffic Service (ATS) Units including operation for En-Route, Major Terminal Area and Approach Units. 1.2 Its modular design allows PRISMA to be adapted to different environments from surveillance data display over stand-alone flight plan processing to support procedural control up to an integrated ATC/ATM automation with integration of Radars, WAM and ADS-B Sensors and fully automatic flight plan data processing including silent coordination and integrated stripless operation. 1.3 PRISMA is a compact solution that allows customers to use a combination of different modules to meet the operational needs. (...) E/CAR/NTG/5 & E/CAR/RD/3— IP/04 — 2 —  Surveillance Data Processing – Fusion of all kinds of surveillance data sources into an integrated coherent air situation picture.  Flight Data Processing – Reception, processing and update of flight plans in the area of responsibility, consistent presentation of the individual flights to executive controllers, coordination of flights with adjacent ATS units and automatic updating when new information is received.  Safety Net Functions – Various modules to identify potentially hazardous situations to the controller.
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Score: 1282710 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu.../ECARNTG5/ECARNTG5-RD3IP04.pdf
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Microsoft Word - APIRG 17 WP7 Appendix E3 - PFF-Terminal APIRG17 WP7 APPENDIX E3 AFI REGIONAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES/NATIONAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES OPTIMIZATION OF THE ATS ROUTE STRUCTURE IN TERMINAL AIRSPACE Benefits Environment Efficiency Safety • reduction in gas emissions • ability of aircraft to conduct flight more closely to preferred trajectories • increase in airspace capacity • improved availability of procedures • facilitate utilization of advanced technologies (e.g., FMS based arrivals) and ATC decision support tools (e.g., metering and sequencing), thereby increasing efficiency Strategy ATM OC COMPONENTS TASKS TIMEFRAME START-END RESPONSIBILITY STATUS AOM Terminal airspace 2008 • develop regional implementation plan 2009 AFI PBN TF Completed • develop regional action plan 2009-2010 AFI PBN TF Completed • develop State PBN implementation plan 2009-2010 States In progress • develop airspace concept based on AFI PBN roadmap, in order to design and implement an optimized standard instrument departures (SIDs), standard instrument arrivals (STARs), holding and associated instrument flight procedures, on the basis of PBN and, in particular RNAV 1 and Basic-RNP 1 2009-2012 PBN TF/States In progress • develop performance measurement plan 2010-2012 States In progress • formulate safety plan 2010-2012 States To be developed • establish collaborative decision making (CDM) process 2010 States In progress • publish national regulations for aircraft and operators approval using PBN manual as guidance material 2010-2011 States To be developed • identify training programmes and develop corresponding guidelines 2010-2011 AFI PBN TF To be developed • identify training needs and develop corresponding guidelines 2010-2011 States In progress • formulate system performance monitoring plan 2010-2012 AFI PBN TF/States In progress • develop a regional strategy and work programme implementation of SIDs and STARs 2009-2012 AFI PBN TF/States In progress • monitor implementation progress in accordance with AFI PBN implementation roadmap and State implementation plan 2010 AFI PBN TF/States To be developed Linkage to GPIs GPI/5: performance-based navigation; GPI/7: dynamic and flexible ATS route management; GPI/8: collaborative airspace design and management; GPI/10: terminal area design and management; GPI/11: RNP and RNAV SIDs and STARs; GPI/12: FMS-based arrival procedures.
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Score: 1282035.1 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...IRG/APIRG17/Docs/wp7_appe3.pdf
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International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER FALP/5-WP/22 28/03/08 English only FALP/5-WP/22 - 2 - 1.3 For example, Contracting States have agreed to the following in Chapter 8: • to offer information and directions in media that can be understood by travellers with cognitive or sensory disabilities (8.22) • to take the necessary steps to establish minimum uniform standards of accessibility from arrival at the airport of departure to leaving the airport of destination (8.24) • to take the necessary steps with airlines, airports, ground handling operators and travel agencies to give persons with disabilities the information they need and to ensure that these service providers are in a position to do so (8.25) • to ensure that lifting systems or any other appropriate devices are made available to facilitate movement between the aircraft and the terminal on both arrival and departure as required where telescopic passageways are not used (8.28) • to ensure that people with hearing- and vision-impairments are able to obtain flight information (8.29) • to locate reserved points as close as possible to the main entrances for persons with disabilities being set down or picked up at a terminal building (8.30) • to provide accessible and reasonably priced ground transportation services (8.31) • to introduce provisions which assist new aircraft or newly refurbished aircraft to conform to minimum uniform standards of accessibility, such as movable armrests, on-board wheelchairs, lavatories and suitable lighting and signs (8.35). 1.4 The suggested changes to Chapter 6 reflect these values and practices, and would further assist international airport terminals in their efforts to implement the recommended practices of Chapter 8. 2. (...) Common Provisions 6.8 Recommended Practice: - Contracting States, airports and aircraft operators, where appropriate and after consultation, should implement automated facilities for passenger and baggage handling, including automated check-in facilities. 6.8.1 Airport operators shall ensure that automated dispensing machines and information kiosks are accessible and identified with the international symbol of access. 6.8.2 Airport operators shall ensure that boarding equipment that provides safe and dignified boarding and disembarking of passengers with disabilities is available for use at their terminal. 6.8.3 Recommended Practice. - Airport operators should ensure that a means is available to securely transfer mobility aids to or from the boarding level in preparation for carriage, without hand carrying such aids, to minimize the risk of damage. 6.9 Recommended Practice. – Each contracting state should ensure that signage used at airports is based on Doc 9636, International signs to Provide Guidance to Persons at Airports and Marine Terminals, published jointly by ICAO and the International Maritime Organization. 6.9.1 Recommended Practice. - Airport operators should also ensure that, where signage is within reach, tactile signs are used where possible. 6.10 Recommended Practice. – Each contracting state should ensure that airport operators install mechanical people-moving devices, when walking distances within and across terminal buildings so warrant. 6.10.1 Recommended Practice. - Airport operators should also provide seating along the circulation path at regular intervals, where possible. 6.11 Recommended Practice. – Each contracting state should ensure that an airport operator or other service provider, as appropriate, installs flight information systems capable of providing up-to-the-minute information on departures, arrivals, cancellations, delays, and terminal/gate allocation, supplemented with a public address system. Some or all flight information systems should be installed at eye level. 6.11.1 Recommended Practice. - Airport operators should ensure that public announcements about schedule or gate changes are provided in both audio and visual formats.
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Score: 1281580 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...cuments/Falp5-2008/wp22_en.pdf
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Background Resolution A37-11: The global performance-based navigation goals require States to develop a PBN implementation plan, as a matter of urgency, with a view to: a) implementing RNAV and RNP operations (where required) for en-route and terminal areas, in accordance with the established deadlines; b) implementing by 2016 approach procedures (Baro-VNAV and/or augmented GNSS) with vertical guidance (APV), including minima for LNAV only, for all instrument flight runway ends, whether as main approach or in support of precision approach, with the following intermediate milestones: 30% by 2010 and 70% by 2014; and c) implementing direct LNAV procedures only, as an exception to b) above, for instrument flight runways at aerodromes lacking local altimeter facilities and where there are no aircraft properly equipped for APV operations with a maximum certificated take-off mass of 5 700 kg or more. (...) Calculations of actual fuel savings and reduction of CO2 emissions will be performed during the post-implementation phase, using tools that retrieve data from Flight Operations Quality Assurance and/or other means that could provide actual information on fuel savings. (...) (Sufficient time must be given for this process) In this regard therefore taking into consideration the current Navigation infrastructure and aircraft fleet certification; the design of the airspace while utilizing PBN concepts will allow for creation of SIDS and STARS and departure and arrival routes/procedures that would strategically de-conflict the traffic as far as practicable and all aircraft being cable of navigating along the desired tracks identifying the relevant way points/significant points using the current Navaids (TIM VOR/DME) and other prominent geographical locations that are familiar to most flight crews and ATCOS., 2.2 TERMINAL AREA DESIGN 2.2.1 Standard Instrument Departure (SID), Standard Arrival Routes (STAR) and Terminal Routes –SYCJ. 2.2.2 SYCJ – RWY06: This RWY is predominantly used for arrivals, utilizing the ILS RWY06 approach procedure.
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Score: 1280177.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/pb...%20PLAN%20GUYANA%20%202016.pdf
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On receipt of it they should start implementation activities with a planned implementation date of Q2 2016. 2017 5 • All ATSUs are connected by Integrated OLDI/AIDC or Standalone OLDI terminals • Start preparations for Block1-25 activities Harmonisation- Discussion AIDC/OLDI Seminar 03-05 March 2014 Harmonisation 1. (...) Tehran with Europe 7 Letter of Agreement - Discussion AIDC/OLDI Seminar 03-05 March 2014 Letter of Agreement 9 1. Basic Flight Plans 2. Current Flight Plan Data 3. Automatic Data Exchange 4. (...) Non-availability of Basic Flight Plan Data 8. Revisions 9. Fall back procedures Click for Sample LoA Thank you
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Score: 1277179.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...on%20Plan%20-%20Discussion.pdf
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On receipt of it they should start implementation activities with a planned implementation date of Q2 2016. 2017 5 • All ATSUs are connected by Integrated OLDI/AIDC or Standalone OLDI terminals • Start preparations for Block1-25 activities Harmonisation- Discussion AIDC/OLDI Seminar 03-05 March 2014 Harmonisation 1. (...) Tehran with Europe 7 Letter of Agreement - Discussion AIDC/OLDI Seminar 03-05 March 2014 Letter of Agreement 9 1. Basic Flight Plans 2. Current Flight Plan Data 3. Automatic Data Exchange 4. (...) Non-availability of Basic Flight Plan Data 8. Revisions 9. Fall back procedures Click for Sample LoA Thank you
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Score: 1277179.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...on%20Plan%20-%20Discussion.pdf
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Passenger and Combi (combination) Aircraft Movements by aircraft and helicopters operated for commercial transport operations involving passengers, freight and mail (excluding air taxi and business flights) All-Cargo and Mail Aircraft Movements by aircraft and helicopters operated for commercial transport operations involving goods and/or mail only (excluding air taxi and business flights) Air Transport Movements An air transport movement is a landing or take-off of an aircraft operating a scheduled or non-scheduled service. - Scheduled Service: any flight with a scheduled timetable; any additional flight resulting from extra traffic on services with a scheduled timetable. - Non-Scheduled: any revenue flight and charter, other than 'scheduled service' flights, with the exception of positioning flights. International Movement An international movement is a landing or take-off of an aircraft or a helicopter that contains a flight having one or more international flights. Domestic Movement A domestic movement is a landing or take-off of an aircraft or a helicopter which performs a domestic flight. (...) Commercial Passengers The number of revenue and non-revenue passengers arriving or departing via commercial aircraft and helicopters on a scheduled or non-scheduled flight. Terminal Passengers Total of terminating and transfer passengers. - Terminating: passengers starting and ending their trip at the designated airport. - Transfer: passengers arriving and departing on a different aircraft, or on the same aircraft bearing different flight numbers.
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Score: 1275935.6 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...-Forms/English/Form_IS_en.XLSX
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Standards Governing the Classification of Flight Risk Levels and Principles of Disease Prevention and Control Based on the epidemic development at the points of origin of the flights (including international and domestic), and on whether the aircraft is equipped with High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters, as well as on other indicators such as load factors, flight time and special nature of the flight mission, flights operated by transport airlines can be divided into three levels, namely high, medium and low-risk flights (see Attachment 1-3). (...) CAAC 7.3.3 After disinfection, the passenger cabin should be cleaned in accordance with the post-flight cleaning requirements. 7.3.4 For the stop-over flights carrying passengers with suspious sympotoms, as a first move, their sitting areas should be disinfected during the stop-over, and after the flight is over, a terminal disinfection shall be conducted covering the whole cabin. 7.4 Aircraft Cargo Hold Disinfection If animal remains or suspicious contaminants of a contagious nature are found in the cargo hold, post-flight terminal disinfection should be performed. (...) CAAC 9.8 Aircraft Disinfection Terminal disinfection should be performed after landing, by referring to the specific procedures as detailed in 7.3 - Aircraft Terminal Disinfection under Article 7 - Handling of In-flight Medical Emergency Events.
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Score: 1274649.4 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...r%20Airlines-4th%20edition.pdf
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APIRG Conclusion 16/16 called upon States and international organizations concerned to expedite the implementation and interconnection of SADC/2, NAFISAT and AFISNET Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) networks as soon as possible, to increase aeronautical fixed services connectivity and efficiency, thus improving flight coordination and management and flight safety in the AFI Region through proper transmission and delivery of flight plans, NOTAM, OPMET, etc. 1.2. (...) Seamlessness of AFI ground-ground infrastructure can be assessed through operational surveys on flight plans, NOTAM and OPMET availability and transit times. 2.2. (...) Indeed, in addition to missing flight plans that affect flight coordination and safety, IATA technical missions to States and airlines report the lack of TAF forecasts for many aerodromes. 2.3.
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Score: 1272921.6 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...ATS_AIS_SAR_SG10/docs/wp22.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Seminar Context and Objectives.pptx Seminar/Workshop on PBN Implementation Context and Objectives Frédéric LEGRAND - African Flight Procedure Programme Manager – 24 June 2014 African Flight Procedure Programme An African FPP for Africa by Africa The agenda The Context The Objectives 2 African Flight Procedure Programme An African FPP for Africa by Africa 3 AgendaTuesday 24 – PBN Implementation plans: objectives, status and States concerns 09:30 – 10:00 Seminar context and objectives 10:00 – 11:00 ICAO PBN Concept and benefits ICAO Objectives 11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break 11:30 – 12:00 National PBN Implementation Plans objectives State approbation for GNSS Use Current progress of National PBN Implementation Plans 12:00 – 12:30 PBN Implementation in Europe European Airspace Concept Handbook for PBN Implementation 12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break African Flight Procedure Programme An African FPP for Africa by Africa 4 AgendaTuesday 24 – PBN Implementation plans: objectives, status and States concerns 12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break 14:00 – 15:00 Presentation of National PBN implementation plans: challenges and achievements • Senegal, Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria 15:00 – 15:30 Needs, issues and concerns from States Open discussion 15:30 – 16:00 Coffee Break 16:00 – 16:30 Presentation of National PBN implementation plan template and guidelines 16:30 – 17:00 Workshop content and planning List of participants African Flight Procedure Programme An African FPP for Africa by Africa 5 Agenda Wednesday 25 (09:00- 17:00) - Customized Workshops Group 1: States with no PBN implementation plan or plan at early stages of development Group 2: States with existing PBN implementation plan judged insufficiently mature or without actual PBN implementation Group 3: States with existing and mature PBN implementation plan together with some concrete PBN implementation Thursday 26 - Customized workshops (cont’d), seminar outcomes and closure 09:00 – 12:30 Customized workshops (continued) 12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break African Flight Procedure Programme An African FPP for Africa by Africa 6 Agenda Thursday 26 - Customized workshops (cont’d), seminar outcomes and closure 12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break 14:00 – 14:30 Review of workshops’ main outcomes 14:30 – 15:00 Presentation of short term action items from the States: State 1, State 2 15:00 – 15:30 Coffee Break 15:30 – 16:30 Presentation of short term action items from the States (cont’d) 16:30 – 17:00 Wrap-up and next steps 17:00 – 17:15 Workshop closure African Flight Procedure Programme An African FPP for Africa by Africa 7 ICAO PBN Concept (2004), Doc 9613, PBN Manual (2007) and SARPs AFI RAN Special Meeting in 2008 The Fourth Edition of the Global Air Navigation Plan (GANP) adopted by the 12th Air Navigation Conference in 2012 Introduced the ASBUs methodology in which elements of PBN are included Context of the Seminar African Flight Procedure Programme An African FPP for Africa by Africa 8 AFI Regional Implementation Plan revised to give effect to Assembly Resolution 37-11 Urge States to have a PBN implementation plan Implement PBN SID, STARs and Routes where operational beneficial Implement PBN approach procedures with vertical guidance to all runways by 2016 2012 APIRG/18 conclusion calling on States to develop their National PBN Implementation Plan 2013 GNSS/PBN TF/4 Conclusions 4/02 on National PBN Programme Manager/Coordinator; and 4/03 on National PBN Implementation Plan Context of the Seminar African Flight Procedure Programme An African FPP for Africa by Africa 9 Timeframes Short Term (2008-2012); Mid-Term (2013-2016); and Long Term (2017 and beyond) 2 key navigation concepts Area Navigation (RNAV) in surveillance environment; and Required Navigation Performance (RNP) in non-surveillance environment Encompasses Instrument approach; SIDs and STARs; and En Route continental , oceanic and remote operations Airspace design review Terminal and flight-deck automation Context of the Seminar African Flight Procedure Programme An African FPP for Africa by Africa 10 ASBU Implementation Module B0-APTA Safety, access and equity, efficiency, capacity and environment; APV Baro VNAV, LNAV only minima Short Term: 2010 (30%) and 2012 (50%) In terminal operations incorporation of Modules B0- CDO and B0-CCO Increase flight procedures efficiency and safety Noise level reduction; Flight fuel consumption efficiency; and Carbon emissions reduction Context of the Seminar African Flight Procedure Programme An African FPP for Africa by Africa 11 Assistance to States/Administrations Provision of updated information on Global PBN activities PBN concept PBN benefits PBN enabler for enhancing ATM operations ICAO PBN objectives; and Develop PBN Implementation Plans Enhance PBN Implementation Plans Objectives African Flight Procedure Programme An African FPP for Africa by Africa 12 Assistance to States/Administrations Appropriate tools/knowledge drafting of National PBN Implementation Plan List of short-term action items to: advance on-going PBN implementations and deployments enhance existing PBN Implementation Plans List of action items relevant recommendations submitted to appropriate CAAs/DCAs for actions Objectives African Flight Procedure Programme An African FPP for Africa by Africa African FPP Website http://www.icao.int/WACAF/Pages/African-FPP.aspx 13 Thank You
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Score: 1272413.3 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...Context%20and%20Objectives.pdf
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