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Naval Air Traffic Management Systems Program Office Joint Precision Approach and Landing System (JPALS) Program Update Presented to CNS/ATM Conference June 15, 2011

Mr. Sean M. Faubion PEO(T), PMA213

Approved for Public Release. Distribution Statement A ­ Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited as submitted under NAVAIR Public Release Authorization 11-875.

This brief is unclassified.

Operational End State

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JPALS Overview

Transformational GPS-based precision approach and landing capability:

­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ Adverse weather and terrain operations Forward Naval presence, crisis response Improved situational awareness, enhanced safety Covert operations Jam-resistant GPS technology Interoperable Gradual retirement of costly, obsolescent radarbased systems Advanced warfighting requirements of emerging Naval programs including CVN 21, JSF, DDG 1000 Inc-1A: Sea-Based Inc-1B: Aircraft Integration Inc-2: Land-Based

JPALS Enables:

JPALS CDD defines Incremental development:

­ ­ ­

Inc-1A: EMD Phase with Raytheon

JPALS Provides Revolutionary Capability - Enabling All Naval Warfare and Mission Areas

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Overarching Joint Program

Strategy and Capabilities

Inc-1A (SRGPS) 200 ft/ ½ NM Shipboard Relative GPS

Joint A/C Integration Guide

Inc-1B

CVN LH-CLASS DDG 1000

Sea-Based Lead Platforms Operational A/C Integration

200 ft/ ½ SM ­ Land-Based Fixed and Tactical/Mobile Local Differential GPS (FAA certifiable, Auto-Land)

Inc-2 (LDGPS)

JPALS End State

1

Future Landing System Incremental Precision/Capability

Medium Earth Orbit

Inc-3 100 ft/ ¼ SM ­ Auto-Land Mobile/Fixed ­ LDGPS 200 ft/ ½ NM ­ Auto-Land Sea-Based ­ SRGPS

3

Inc-4 Inc-5

100 ft/ ¼ NM ­ Auto-Land Sea-Based ­ SRGPS (UAV Support) Man-Pack ­ LDGPS (Marine Corps/Army) Autonomous Enhanced Vision System (EVS) Upgrade to Sea-Based back-up system

2

Inc-6

3

Inc-7

2

(DoD and Civil Interoperability)

3

2

1

GPS

Three System Components: 2 Ground Station 3 A/C Integration

CDD with Inc-1 and Inc-2 validated by JROC and approved by CNO and CSAF

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JPALS Operational Domains Increments 1A/1B

Aircraft

Increment 2

Mobile

Fixed Base

Shipboard

Increment 4

UAS and Small Surface Combatants Special Missions

Increment 5

Navy responsible for Sea-Based environment

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JPALS Interoperable Solution

USN

· Automatic Carrier Landing System (SPN-46) · LHA/D Landing Sys (SPN-35) · Shore Precision Approach Radar (PAR) (FPN-63) ·Ship TACAN (URN-25) ·Shore Training Radar (SPN-42) ·Shore Instrument Landing System (ILS)

Inc-1A

USMC

· Shore PAR (FPN-63) · Shore ILS · MATCALS PAR (TPN-22) · ATNAVICS (TPN31A)

USA

· Fixed Base PAR (AN/FPN-67) · Fixed Base ILS (mark-20A) · Tactical ASR/PAR ATNAVICS AN/TPN-31

USAF

· PAR (GPN-22, FPN-62) · ILS (GRN-29, MK-20, AMS-2100) · Mobile Microwave Landing System (TRN-45) · Mobile PAR (TPN-25, MPN-14K, MPN-25)

FAA

Instrument Landing System

NATO & FMS

Precision Approach Radar

JPALS

Sea-Based, Land-Based fixed, mobile, and man-pack

Aircraft Avionics Interoperability

LAAS/WAAS

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Increment 1 Concept of Operations

Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS)

GPS Satellites

CCA Coverage 2

60 NM 200 NM SBAS Signals

Approach Coverage 10 NM 1

Ship Location Coverage

3

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B Marshal

Wave off

Supports At Least 50 Aircraft

1

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Supports precision approach within 10 NM, 360 deg around the ship, Downlink to ship provides for CATCC/AATCC, LSO and Primary Flight Control to monitor approach. Supports autoland (ACLS replacement)

GBAS VHF Data Broadcast (VDB)

ATC* and GPS Augmentation, Navigation Data ATC* and Surveillance Data * CATCC/AATCC is capable 3

Two-way datalink with ship when within 60 NM supports NATOPS requirements under all conditions. Position reports supplement radar and IFF data in Carrier Control Area (CCA) displays

Ship to Air broadcast allows aircraft to find ship under conditions out to 200 nm

Ground-Based Augmentation System (GBAS)

Unpublished work. Copyright © 2007, Raytheon Company.

How Does Increment 1 Work?

Shipboard Relative GPS (SRGPS)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Ship derives its precise position using GPS Inertial navigation sensors provide ships motion for glideslope solution Ship broadcasts ship position and glide-slope solution via encrypted UHF data link Aircraft derives its precise position using GPS Aircraft receives glideslope data and reports back position via two-way data link Software algorithms calculate corrections and drive aircraft displays to maintain glideslope, may be coupled to flight controls

Inertial Navigation System data used used Inertial Navigation System data to compensate for ship 's motion

to compensate for ship's motion

v

Pitch Heave Sway Yaw

v

Translation Roll Surge

Differential GPS gives relative position with high accuracy and integrity

At Sea CONOPS Overview w

60 nm CCA coverage (50 A/C) Two-way data link with ship when within 60 nm supports NATOPS requirements under all conditions including EMCON. Position reports supplement radar and IFF data in CCA displays 10nm Approach Coverage (10 A/C) Supports precision nav within 10 nm, 360 deg around the ship. Downlink to ship provides for CATCC, LSO and Primary to monitor approach. 200 nm Ship Location coverage (All A/C) Ship to Air broadcast allows aircraft to find ship under all conditions including EMCON, out to 200 nm

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Initial Scope JPALS

Ship System Development, Installation, and Test

Retrofit

CVN-Class

UHF Antennas (External) Four 19 Racks (Internal):

·GPS Receivers ·UHF Radios ·INS ·Processor

Forward Fit

GPS Antennas (External)

DDG 1000

LH-Class

UHF Antennas (External) Four 19 Racks (Internal):

·GPS Receivers ·UHF Radios ·INS ·Processor

GPS Antennas (External)

CVN 78-Class

Selected Shore Installations

Flight Testing

Data Access

F-35 (JSF)-Navy/CV

Test & CVW Sites e.g.: * Pax River * NAS Lemoore

NAPIE Pallet D/L EMAGR NAPIE

Install in Gun Bay

Navigation Avionics Platform Integration Emulator (NAPIE)

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Increment 1B Aircraft Integration

Integration Path to Meet 3rd Qtr, FY12 MS B

· Data Link

­ Make ARC-210 (Gen 5) available as GFE Lead Platforms MH-60R / MH-60S

ARC-210 Gen 5 (GFE)

Digital Antenna Electronics w/ existing CRPA

JPALS Processing

· RELNAV Processing

­ Host in EGI

· Embedded GPS / INS (EGI)

­ Upgrade to digital antenna electronics w/ CRPA (if needed) ­ Upgrade to 24 channel, WAAS RX

· Mission & Flight Control Computers

­ Make minimum necessary changes

Upgrade EGIs

· Controls and Displays

­ Make minimum necessary changes

Digital Antenna Electronics w/ CRPA If Needed

24 Ch. WAAS GPS RX

JPALS aircraft integration efforts will modify antenna electronics and embedded GPS / INS avionics to enable JPALS functionality

JPALS Processing

Upgrade EGIs ARC-210 Gen 5 (GFE)

24 Ch. WAAS GPS RX

Digital Antenna Electronics w/ CRPA If Needed JPALS

Processing

ARC-210 Gen 5 (GFE)

Digital Antenna Electronics w/ CRPA If Needed

ARC-210 Gen 5 (GFE)

JPALS Processing

Upgrade EGIs Upgrade CDUs 24 Ch. WAAS GPS RX

Upgrade EGIs Upgrade AFMCs 24 Ch. WAAS GPS RX

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There is no single JPALS `Box' common to each air system integration

JPALS Schedule

FY Qtr 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

TD TD BAA Source Selection SRR-1 CA SRR-2 SFR PDR IBR MS B EMD MS C P&D

Acquisition Phases

LRIP Post PDR-A

TRR PCR TRR PRR (2) (3/4)(5)(6/7/8) IT-B1 IT-B2/3

FRP DR

Inc-1A

EMD

Milestones and Events

CDR

OTRR

LRIP FRP

EDMs

Aircraft Integration Guides EIRS

IT-C1

Ship System OT

Flight Test & CV Cert

IOT&E

IOC

OT&E

MS C

JSF (notional)

UDB Avionics

SDD

EMD

JASS

JSF CV IOC

TRA

JPALS Ship System IOC attained when one aircraft can effectively conduct precision approaches and landings against a JPALS Ground Station FRP DR

IOC Q3 FY20

Pre-Decisional POM12

TRA Initial Operational Aircraft Roadmap SRR-2/SFR

MS B SRR-2

EMD

SFR

Aircraft Integration

Integration/Test

F/A-18E/F, EA-18G

Integration/Test

Inc-1B

PDR CDR

MH-60R/S

IOC

E-2D Design-Build-Test

Follow-On Aircraft

C-2A Design-Build-Test

JPALS Army Risk Reduction (JARR)

Common B Kit Development

UH-60M A Kit Dev

IOC

Platform OEM Support (AIG and B-Kit Development)

Notional

PDR

CDR

Inc-2

T&E

P&D

Increment 2 EMD RFP

MS B

MS C

LRIP

IOC

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Rev. Date 4/11/11

Comparison of Military Utility

Single System Capabilities Straight-In Approach Curved Approach Segmented Approach Variable Glidepath Displaced Threshold Simultaneous Multiple Airfields Simultaneous Multiple Runways No Clear Zones Rapid Development of New Approaches * - Near Simultaneous, Siting Dependent

GBAS X X X X X X X X X

ILS X

D-ILS

X

MMLS

X X X X

PAR

X

X* X

·Open architecture readily accommodates future growth ·JPALS is an Operational Enabler

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Summary

· JPALS is a GPS-based system comprised of Ship and Land-Based Systems, Aircraft Systems, and supporting data links. · JPALS is in development to provide a Joint precision approach capability replacement for multiple obsolete ship, shore, and tactical systems.

· JPALS supports Joint Service, Civil, and International interoperability.

· JPALS is the DoD Precision Approach capability of the future.

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Questions

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Backup

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JPALS Accuracy Requirements

JPALS Compared to GPS Guided Munitions 15

meters

Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW)

12 9 6 3

Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM)

JPALS Requires Augmented GPS Better Guidance Quality (GQ) required as the aircraft gets lower and closer

36 39

-15

-12

-9

-6

-3

Land-Based JPALS

3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24

meters

Sea-Based JPALS

27

30

33

-3 -6 -9 -12 -15

Even better GQ required when the runway is small and/or moving (e.g., an aircraft carrier)

SRD Threshold: 200 ft/ ½ mi SOO Objective: AutoLand Demo

Sea-Based JPALS requires 22x and 94x greater accuracy than JSOW and JDAM, respectively

· ·

Cat I DH · ·

GQ

Cat II DH

· Accuracy · Integrity · Ao/Continuity

Protection Levels Alert Limits

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