Read NAS - Wide FLow Modeling and Analysis with the National Flow Model text version

2011 Integrated Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance Conference (ICNS 2011)

Herndon, Virginia, USA 10 ­ 12 May 2011

Pages 1-919

IEEE Catalog Number: ISBN:

CFP11CNS-PRT 978-1-4577-0593-9

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SESSION A ­ NAS-WIDE SIMULATION FOR NEXTRGEN I

NAS - Wide FLow Modeling and Analysis with the National Flow Model ....................................................................... 1

Darryn Frafford

Aviation Environmental Design Tool................................................................................................................................. 24

R. Lovinelli

NextGen Modeling Requirements ...................................................................................................................................... 42

J. Post

A Validation Study of Merging and Spacing Techniques in a NAS-Wide Simulation................................................... 63

Patricia Glaab

FAA's System-Wide Analysis Capability ......................................................................................................................... 80

K. Noonan

NAS Simulation and Estimates of System-wide Environmental Performance............................................................. 108

T. Thompson, B. Miller, J. Difelici, S. Augustine, M. Brand, M. Zavareh, M. Johnson

ATO Future Schedules - Itinerary Generation and Propagated Delay......................................................................... 118

J. Gulding

SESSION B ­ DATALINK COMMUNICATIONS I

VHF Communication Radio Power Spectra.................................................................................................................... 137

Dongsong Zeng

OFDM Based Data Link for the DLR Research Aircraft ATRA .................................................................................. 142

Nicolas Schneckenburger, Christoph Klein, Michael Schnell

L-DACS1 Air-to-Air Data-Link Protocol Design and Performance ............................................................................. 152

T. Gräupl, M. Ehammer, S. Zwettler

Airport Surface Area Propagation Path Loss in the VHF Band ................................................................................... 166

Qiong Wu; David W. Matolak; Rafael D. Apaza

Options for the Iris Satellite-Based Datalink................................................................................................................... 172

Catherine Morlet, Nathalie Ricard, Sergio Fortes Rodriguez

Satellite Based Voice Communication for Air Traffic Management and Airline Operation ...................................... 183

Wolfgang Kampichler, Dieter Eier

SESSION C ­ CNS SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURES AND INTERFACES

Broadband Communication between Earth and Mars using Linear Circular Commutating Chain ......................... 193

S. E. Haque

Redundancy Management and Synchronization in Avionics Communication Products ............................................ 213

Saurabh Gohil, Aravind Basavalingarajaiah, Varadharajan Ramachandran

Beacon Code Usage Statistic ............................................................................................................................................. 221

Vivek Kumar, Lance Sherry

ICNS Study Effort: Update of Results & Recommendations........................................................................................ 230

Michael Thomas

FIS-B Service Tiering and Recommended Avionics Processing Algorithms ................................................................ 246

Paul Freeman, Michael Garcia, Ralph Smith

SESSION D ­ ENABLED AIRBORNE NETWORK SECURITY FOR NEXT GEN

Airborne Network Security Simulator (ANSS) ............................................................................................................... 280

V. Ragothaman

Global Identity Issues that Impact Network Security for NextGen .............................................................................. 293

B. Blanchette

Associative Learning based Intrusion Detection using Sensor Prioritization and Fusion ........................................... 307

S. Dua

The Network Security Architecture and Possible Safety Benefits of the AeroMACS Network.................................. 358

Stuart H. Wilson

SESSION E ­ FUTURE ATN AND SWIM I

Use of ERAM SWIM for NAS System Enhancements ................................................................................................... 367

Judith Klein, Susan Morey

Lessons from SWIM-SUIT: SWIMming Across the Atlantic ....................................................................................... 375

G. D'Auria, D. Di Crescenzo

US and European Interoperability in the Aviation Domain .......................................................................................... 397

Samet Ayhan, Paul Comitz, Dave Sweet,

Evolutionary Aptation of ATM Systems for SWIM ....................................................................................................... 409

Georg Trausmuth, Markus Klopf

Information Overload: The Next Technological Challenge ........................................................................................... 418

Gary Church

Graphical Data Linked TFRs and NextGen.................................................................................................................... 425

A. Ahrens, T. Evans, G. Livack, A. Pufahl, M. De Ris, G. Borsari

Cloud Computing in Aircraft Data Network................................................................................................................... 453

Amarnath Jasti, Surya Mohapatra, Bhargav Potluri, Ravi Pendse

SESSION F ­ NAS-WIDE SIMULATION FOR NEXTRGEN II

Distributed Flexible Simulations for UAS Operational Environment Scenario Building and Testing....................... 461

Jason Letourneau, Qian Hu, Chris Jella, Kyle Jaranson, Steve Bell, Galen Williamson, Steve R. Jones, Rick Sward, Michael Dinsmore

A Method for Identifying Connected Flights in Aviation Schedules ............................................................................. 475

Kenneth Wright

Build 8 of the Airspace Concept Evaluation System (ACES)......................................................................................... 484

Sapna George, Frederick Wieland

Systemwide Modeler: A Fast-time Simulation of the NAS............................................................................................. 505

William A. Baden, David J. Bodoh, Ashley G. Williams, Peter C. Kuzminski

Building a Human-in-the-Loop Simulation of Market-based Traffic Flow Management........................................... 511

Diego Escala

Adaptive Agents in NAS-Wide Simulations: a Case-Study of CTOP and SWIM ........................................................ 519

Guillermo Calderón-Meza, Lance Sherry

AgentFly: NAS-Wide Simulation Framework Integrating Algorithms for Automated Collision Avoidance ........................................................................................................................................................................... 532

David Sislák, Premysl Volf, Stepán Kopriva, Michal Pechoucek

A Fully-Dynamic Network Flow Model of the NAS........................................................................................................ 543

Tim Myers, David Kierstead

SESSION G ­ DATALINK COMMUNICATIONS II ­ AERO MACS

Airport Surface Wireless Technology and Profile Status............................................................................................... 551

Arthur Ahrens, Brent Phillips

AeroMACS PrototypeTest Results................................................................................................................................... 559

Ward Hall, James Budinger, Brent Phillips

On Selection of Proper IEEE 802.16-Based Standard for Aeronautical Mobile Airport Surface Communications (AeroMACS) Application.................................................................................................................... 573

Behnam Kamali, Robert J. Kerczewski

Aircraft Installation & Operational Aspects of the Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communications System (AeroMACS) ......................................................................................................................................................... 581

Alfonso Malaga, Aloke Roy

AeroMACS Data Traffic Model ....................................................................................................................................... 598

Max Ehammer, Thomas Gräupl, Eduardo Polo

Compatibility of Airport Wireless Broadband Networks with Satellite Links in the 5091-5150 MHz Band.................................................................................................................................................................................... 608

Izabela Gheorghisor, Yan-Shek Hoh, Alexe Leu

Application Survey for the Future AeroMACS .............................................................................................................. 618

Chris Wargo, Rafael Apaza

SESSION H ­ FUTURE ATN AND SWIM II

A Study on Media Independent Aircraft Messaging (MIAM) ....................................................................................... 628

Sanjin Deric, Binh Nguyen, Steven Bretmersky

Enhancement of Data in Integrated Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance Systems .................................. 639

Ehsan She Bani

Nextgen and Sesar Moving Towards Ontology-based Software Development............................................................. 649

Eduard Gringinger, Dieter Eier, Dieter Merkl

Air-Ground Service Integration for Future Aeronautical Communication Using SOA.............................................. 659

Yifang Liu, Yongqiang Cheng, Yim Fun Hu, Prashant Pillai, Vincenzo Esposito

Air Traffic Control Communication System Employing High Altitude Platform Station (HAPS) ............................ 669

Tran Thi Huynh Van, Ho Dac Tu, Shigeru Shimamoto

SESSION I ­ AIRPORT SURFACE OPERATIONS RESEARCH I

Paired Approach Procedures for Closely Spaced Parallel Runways............................................................................. 678

Robert R. Eftekari, Jonathan B. Hammer, Douglas A. Havens, Anand D. Mundra

Low Cost Non-movement Area Surface Surveillance..................................................................................................... 726

R. Bassey

Integrity and Continuity for Automated Surface Conflict-Detection Monitoring ....................................................... 754

Tony Rossetti

Decision Support Tools for the Tower Flight Data Manager System............................................................................ 766

Vineet Mehta, Mary Ellen Miller, Tom Reynolds, Mariya Ishutkina, Richard Jordan

Feasibility Analyses for Paired Approach Procedures for Closely Spaced Parallel Runways .................................... 778

Robert R. Eftekari, Jonathan B. Hammer, Douglas A. Havens, Anand D. Mundra

Improving Runway Queue Management: Modifying SDSS to Accommodate Deicing ............................................... 792

Bruce Wilson, Patrick Hurley, Paul Diffenderfer

Surface Conformance Monitoring in the NextGen Timeframe ..................................................................................... 804

Paul A. Diffenderfer, Constance E. Morgan

SESSION J ­ NAVIGATION

Using the Future L-band Communication System for Navigation ................................................................................ 815

Michael Schnell

Static Sectorization Approach to Dynamic Airspace Configuration Using Approximate Dynamic Programming ..................................................................................................................................................................... 827

Sameer Kulkarni, Rajesh Ganesan, Lance Sherry

First Results On Flight Rules And Conflict Avoidance Maneuvers For A Sectorless ATM Concept ........................ 836

Bettina Birkmeier, Christiane Edinger, Sebastian Tittel, Bernd Korn, Dirk Kügler

4D Trajectory Sharing ...................................................................................................................................................... 849

Alvin Sipe, Tom Holford

Integrating Navigation & Surveillance of Unmanned Air Vehicles into the Civilian National Airspaces by Using ADS-B Applications ........................................................................................................................................... 863

B. Baykal, G. Alat, P. Kaya, A. Pahsa

Energy Saving Techniques for GPS Based Tracking Applications ............................................................................... 870

Bharath Patil, Radhika Patil, Andre Pittet

SESSION K ­ UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS IN THE NAS

UAS Integration in the NAS Project Project Overview................................................................................................ 920

J. Griner

Developing Integrated CNS Capabilities to Support the Routine Access of UAS into NAS........................................ 943

Laurence Mutuel

GBSAA Radar with Altitude Processing Supporting UAS in the NAS ......................................................................... 955

P. Drake, R. J. Stamm

Strawman Design for Terrestrial Unmanned Aicraft Control Links ............................................................................ 967

Warren J. Wilson

Compatibility of Unmanned Aircraft Control Links in the 5030­5091 MHz Band ..................................................... 978

Frank Box, Leo Globus

"Lost Communication" The Pilot to ATC Communication Solution............................................................................ 990

H. Brackett

Crucial Weather Information for Successful Integration and Operations of UAS in the NAS................................. 1011

T. C. Nguyen

Intelligent UAS Situation Awareness and Information Delivery ................................................................................. 1030

Q. Hu, C. Jella, J. Letourneau, G. Williamson, S. R. Jones, K. Jaranson, S. Bell, S. Boykin, R. Sward, C. Peers

SESSION L ­ NAS-WIDE SIMULATION FOR NEXTRGEN III

Analysis of the Contribution of Flight plan Route Selection To Delays and Conflicts............................................... 1045

Akshay Belle, Lance Sherry

High Altitude Trajectory Based Operations Analysis .................................................................................................. 1054

A. Tibichte

Using an Equilibrium Model to Forecast Airline Behavior in Response to Economic or Regulatory Changes ............................................................................................................................................................................ 1103

John Ferguson; Karla Hoffman; Lance Sherry; George Donohue; Abdul Qadar Kara

Impacts of Delay Propagation on Airline Operations:Network vs. Point-to-Point Carriers..................................... 1112

Akira Kondo

Evaluating the Relative Costs and Benefits of Locus of Control in Novel Air Traffic Management Concepts ........................................................................................................................................................................... 1119

M. Bigelow, A. Pritchett

An Optimization Model for Sample Day Selection in NAS-Wide Modeling Studies.................................................. 1158

Feng Cheng, John Gulding, Bryan Baszczewski, Ruth Galaviz

NAS-Wide Simulation and Passenger Itinerary Performance:Implications for NextGen Benefits Analysis............................................................................................................................................................................. 1166

Lance Sherry

SESSION M ­ AIRPORT SURFACE OPERATIONS RESEARCH II

Functional Allocation of Initial Surface Decision Support Tools to Tower and Traffic Flow Management Systems ...................................................................................................................................................... 1175

Sally Stalnaker, Constance E. Morgan, Kurt Rammelsberg, Roland Sgorcea, Amanda Shaw

Taxi Route Conformance Monitoring for SUrface Operations ................................................................................... 1189

Q. M. Zheng, Y. J. Zhao, B. Capozzi

Simulating the Impact of Gate Operation Disruptions and Mitigation Strategies on Gate Delay ............................ 1217

Jianfeng Wang, John F. Shortle, Lance Sherry

Finding Sources of Endogenous Airport Delays............................................................................................................ 1232

B. Levy

Departure Queue Management Benefits Across Many Airports................................................................................. 1255

Steven Stroiney, Benjamin Levy

Tactical Airport Configuration Management ............................................................................................................... 1268

Christopher A. Provan, Stephen C. Atkins

Air Ground Collaboration Through Delegated Separation: Results of Simulations for Arrivals to Closely Spaced Parallel Runways................................................................................................................................... 1279

David A. Domino, David Tuomey, Anand Mundra, Arthur Smith, Hans Peter Stassen

An Integrated Operations Solution for Gate-to-Gate Airline Operations .................................................................. 1295

Thorsten Wiesemann, Andreas Sindlinger, Nico Zimmer, Jens Schiefele, Jason Clark

SESSION N ­ STANDARDS, V&V, AND SPECIAL TOPICS

Method of Safety Critical Requirements Flow in Product Life Cycle Processes ........................................................ 1307

Shantha Kumari, Ganesh Kondeti, Sathish Pakki, Tlv Chandrasekhar, Sivakumar Balu

Influence Factors of Probability of Detection Test on Surveillance Systems.............................................................. 1311

Ning Xu, Chun-Hung Chen, Scott Hauswald, Carl Evers

Pre-Departure Flight Uncertainty of U.S. Oceanic Boundary Crossing Time ........................................................... 1319

Melissa Ohsfeldt, Kangyuan Zhu, Jianfeng Wang

Analyses of Wind Forecast Uncertainties for Trajectory Synthesis ............................................................................ 1329

Q. M. Zheng, Z. Xing, Y. J. Zhao

SESSION O ­ SURVEILLANCE AND SITUATIONAL AWARENESS

Rule-Based NOTAM & Weather Notification............................................................................................................... 1353

Nico Zimmer, Jens Schiefele, Keyvan Bayram, Theo Hankers, Sebastian Frank

ADS-B Space-Oriented Message Set Design.................................................................................................................. 1362

Pengfei Duan, James Rankin

Precise Position Service to Satisfy ADS-B Out Mandate.............................................................................................. 1374

Amy Fritz

Using Real-Time Aircraft Reports of Wind and Environmental Parameters to Enable Dynamic Cockpit-Based Wake Tools ............................................................................................................................................. 1380

Arthur P. Smith

Recent Updates to the Surveillance Broadcast Services (SBS) System........................................................................ 1387

M. Garcia, T. Gilbert, R. Bruno

ADS-B Link Augmentation System................................................................................................................................ 1432

Skip Nelson

Modeling and Simulation of a Ground Based Sense and Avoid Architecture for Unmanned Aircraft System Operations ........................................................................................................................................................... 1465

Kyle R. Noth

Global Augmentation of ADS-B using Iridium Next Hosted Payloads ....................................................................... 1474

O. P. Gupta

SESSION P ­ POSTER SESSION

An Approach of Fast Stations Selection Algorithm for Multilateration Surveillance System .................................. 1489

Pei Xinxin, Lu Yong, Liu Wei, Zhu Yanbo, Wang Yongchun

Compatibility Study in the AeroMACS Frequency Band ............................................................................................ 1496

Jan Erik Håkegård

Use of Magnetic Variation and Station Declination for Heading (Vx) and Course (Cx) Leg Types......................... 1510

Mike Cramer, Albert Herndon, Sam Miller

Measurement and Modeling of the 5 GHz Airport Surface Channel at Barajas Airport ......................................... 1518

Tor Andre Myrvoll, Jan Erik Håkegård

Analysis of Advanced FEC versus Traditional FEC in GNSS Data Structures ......................................................... 1528

Aditya Kakkar, Ashish Agrawal, Mohit Kumar, S. V. Kibe

PLENARY SESSION 1 ­ NEXTGEN PROGRESS, PLANS AND PARTNERSHIPS WITH THE USER COMMUNITY

The NextGen Euipage Paradox ICNS 2011 ................................................................................................................... 1538

R. Chew

NextGen Plans, Progress and Partnerships with the User Community ...................................................................... 1554

A. Tedford

A Collaborative, Integrated and Balanced Approach .................................................................................................. 1560

R. Stroup

NextGen Policy Issues...................................................................................................................................................... 1568

N. Shellabarger

NextGen Environmental Management System (EMS) ................................................................................................. 1571

S. Zee

Operational Safety Assessments - NextGen and Operations Planning........................................................................ 1579

J. Williams

NextGen Demonstrations ................................................................................................................................................ 1597

P. Fontaine

NextGen Plans, Progress and Partnerships with the User Community - Safety/Regulartory Aspects..................... 1617

L. Volchansky

PLENARY SESSION II ­ NEXTGEN AND SESAR ­ GLOBAL HARMONIZATION PROGRESS AND PITFALLS

NextGen and SESAR - Global Harmonization Progress and Pitfalls.......................................................................... 1630

B. Humbertson, M. Dipasquantonio, B. Phillips, N. Fistas, P. Comitz, G. D'Auria

Enabling Global Harmonization .................................................................................................................................... 1631

B. Humbertson

Global Harmonization NextGen/SESAR ....................................................................................................................... 1660

M. A. Dipasquantonio

Global Harmonization: Air Navigation Global Performance Improvement Roadmap............................................. 1675

S. Bradford

Future Communications; USA ....................................................................................................................................... 1697

B. Phillips

Global Harmonization: Progress and Pitfalls ............................................................................................................... 1716

Nikos Fistas

NextGen and SESAR: Global Harmonization and Pitfalls .......................................................................................... 1727

Paul Comitz

Issues on International Interoperability ........................................................................................................................ 1738

Guiliano D'Auria

PLENARY SESSION III ­ "WELCOMING UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS INTO THE NAS" AND "INTEGRATING C,N, AND S: WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

Launching the Second Decade of ICNS! ........................................................................................................................ 1748

Bob Kerczewski

Unmanned Aircraft Systems Airspace Integration A Global Challenge..................................................................... 1760

John Walker

Integration of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in NextGen Interagency Research Management Strategy............................................................................................................................................................................. 1768

C. Harrison

I-CNS Panel Weston Washington Dulles Airport ......................................................................................................... 1775

R. Prosek

Human Systems Challenges in UAS Integration into the NAS .................................................................................... 1785

J. Shively

UAS Meets ICNS ............................................................................................................................................................. 1793

Gary R. Church

Surveillance and Broadcast Services Program Status .................................................................................................. 1802

N/a

NextGen Plans, Progress and Partnerships ................................................................................................................... 1817

T. Hendricks

From Creation of NAS to Creation of NextGen - Born Again ..................................................................................... 1819

Michael Harrison

Enabling Integrated CNS through Integrated PNT...................................................................................................... 1858

Joh Paris

FTI - DEX and Integrated Surface Surveillance........................................................................................................... 1867

Bob Coulson Author Index

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