Care-asas action Plan Francis Casaux


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CARE-ASAS Action Plan

  • Francis Casaux

  • CARE-ASAS Action Manager

  • on behalf of EUROCONTROL


Reference Documents

  • CARE Document

      • January 4, 2000
  • CARE Framework Agreement

      • version 3
  • CARE-ASAS Action Plan

      • CARE-ASAS/99-001 - Version 3.1 - January 3, 2000
  • General Procedure for Calls

      • CARE-ASAS/99-001 - Version 1.2 - January 11, 2000
  • CARE Web Site

      • http://www.eurocontrol.be/projects/eatmp/care/


CARE-ASAS Objectives

  • Promote co-operative work on ASAS within Europe

  • Establish a common view on ASAS applications

  • Support the validation of the strategic line of action related to ‘transfer of separation responsibility to the cockpit’ identified in the ATM Strategy for 2000+

  • Make the best use of the wide range of competencies which are required to address all the issues

  • Avoid the duplication of R&D efforts



Levels of Co-operation

  • Level 1 - Exchange

    • Direct contacts between people at the working level
    • Technical Interchange Meetings, Workshops, R&D Network
    • Projects are run independently
    • Calls for Proposal
  • Level 2 - Co-operation

  • Level 3 - Collaboration

    • Working together on the same project
    • Common funding is necessary
    • Calls for Tender


Management

  • CARE-ASAS Action Management

    • Francis Casaux: action manager
    • Mick van Gool (DSA/PPM): CARE manager
    • Ed Bailey (DSA/AMN): technical secretary
  • CARE-ASAS Action Management Board

    • composed of ASAS experts
    • who advise the action manager
    • they initiate the work
    • they follow the progress
    • they evaluate the work conducted within the action


Call for Proposal

  • Mechanism for the exchange of information

    • Proposals for topics, lectures, results of studies
    • Technical Interchange Meetings for people working on ASAS R&D studies
    • Workshops open to people outside R&D organisations
    • No identified CARE-ASAS budget
  • Mechanism for Organisations to propose new CARE-ASAS activities requiring a co-operative approach



Call for Interest

  • Calls for Interest are issued after a decision from the Eurocontrol R&D Review Group

  • The aim is to gather Organisations working on a CARE-ASAS activity

  • The work is funded by the budget of the participating Organisations

  • The first tasks are to elaborate an agreed work plan and to define a working structure

  • And then to produce the activity deliverables



Call for Tender 1/2

  • Calls for Tender for activities are issued after a decision from the Eurocontrol R&D Review Group

  • Calls for Tender for work-packages within an activity are issued after a decision from the CARE-ASAS Action manager

  • The aim is to select an Organisation or a Consortium to achieve the work and to provide the deliverables identified within the activity or the work-package

  • The work is funded by the CARE budget



Call for Tender 2/2

  • Calls for Tender will be issued following the Eurocontrol Standards

  • Replies shall include:

    • a technical proposal
    • a financial proposal
    • a management plan
  • CARE is a co-operative initiative:

    • Replies by Consortium are preferable (more than one Organisation)
    • Within a Consortium a leader shall be identified


Activity 0 - Communications

  • Objectives

  • Inputs

    • Results of R&D projects and studies
    • Progress reports on on-going projects and studies including the CARE-ASAS Action
  • Work content

    • Technical Interchange Meetings for R&D people
    • Workshops open to stakeholders
    • Exchange of information through a CARE R&D network


Activity 1 - Problem Dimensions

  • Objectives:

  • Inputs:

    • Results from past and on-going European R&D projects and studies related to ASAS
  • Deliverables: A report

  • Procedure: Call for Tender (1 man-year)



Activity 1 - Tentative schedule

  • February 10, 2000 : the Call for Tender is issued

  • March 9, 2000 : Replies are received

  • Selection process

  • April 14, 2000 : The contract is signed

  • April 21, 2000 : Kick-off meeting

  • September 8, 2000 : The interim report is available

  • September 28, 2000 : Activity 1 workshop

  • October 27, 2000 : The final report is available



Activity 2 - Validation Framework

  • Objectives:

    • Comparison of study’s results
    • Development of an approved validation framework
  • Inputs:

  • Deliverables:

    • Scenarios
    • Metrics (safety, capacity, efficiency)
    • Tools for ASAS validation
  • Procedure: Call for Interest



Activity 2 - Schedule

  • January 21, 2000 : The Call for Interest is issued

  • February 18, 2000 : Replies are received

  • March 14, 2000 : Activity 2 workshop in Haren

  • Work to be carried out:

    • Activity 2 work plan
    • Activity 2 working structure
    • Initial co-operative work
  • September 14, 2000 : Activity 2 review



Activity 3 - Airborne Separation Minima

  • Objectives:

    • Phase 1: influencing parameters and first attempt of quantification
    • Phase 2: Define airborne separation minima (which are dependent on ASAS applications and technologies)
  • Inputs:

  • Deliverables: A report

  • Procedure: Call for Interest for phase 1 (1 or 2 man-year)



Activity 3 - Schedule

  • January 21, 2000 : The Call for Interest is issued

  • February 18, 2000 : Replies are received

  • March 15, 2000 : Activity 3 workshop in Haren

  • Work to be carried out:

    • Activity 3 work plan
    • Activity 3 working structure
    • Initial co-operative work
  • September 15, 2000 : Activity 3 review



Activity 4 - ASAS Application Selection

  • Objectives:

    • Phase 1: Selection of ASAS applications and delegation of separation assurance issues
    • Phase 2: Study of two or three ASAS applications
    • Phase 3: Study of other ASAS applications
  • Inputs:

    • AIRSAW-TF work
    • Results of activities 1, 2 & 3
  • Deliverables: A report

  • Procedure: TBD



Activity 5 - Implementation Programme

  • Objectives:

    • Elaborate an ASAS work programme to implement the selected ASAS applications within the framework of EATMP
  • Inputs:

    • Results of activities 1, 2, 3 & 4
    • OCD and ATM Strategy for 2000+
  • Deliverables: A report

  • Procedure: TBD



FAA/Eurocontrol Action Plan 1

  • R&D co-operation between the FAA and Eurocontrol

  • Action Plan 1 is dedicated to ASAS

  • The objectives are :

    • to promote a mutual understanding on ASAS
    • to identify areas for practical co-operation on the development of ASAS
    • to examine the longer term issues related to the advanced capabilities of air and ground equipment
  • Strong co-ordination between CARE-ASAS and Action Plan 1 will be maintained



Concluding Remarks

  • Activity 1 is to be launched through a call for tender

  • Activity 2 & 3 are launched through calls for interest

  • Success will depend on Organisations’ involvement

    • provision of internal resources to support co-operation and to progress the work
    • replies to the various calls
    • impact on internal R&D projects
  • CARE is a challenging initiative

    • See you next year to assess the results



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