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Workshop on Integrated CNS Technologies for Advanced Future Air Transportation Systems (ICNS Conference & Workshop 2001)

Hosted by the Space Communications Program at NASA Glenn Research Center
May 1st – May 3rd, 2001
Wyndham Hotel
Cleveland, Ohio

  • Conference General Chair: Bob Kerczewski, NASA
  • Technical Program Chair: Denise Ponchak, NASA
2001 Agenda and Presentations
Time Description
Monday, April 30, 2001
4:30-6:30 Pre-registration, Wyndham Hotel
6:30-8:30 Opening Reception, Great Lakes Science Center.
Tuesday, May 1, 2001
7:00 Registration and Contintental Breakfast
8:00 Welcoming Remarks: Donald J. Campbell, Director, NASA Glenn Research Center
8:05 Introduction: Robert J. Kerczewski, NASA Glenn Workshop Chairperson
8:15 Keynote Address: Samuel Venneri, NASA Administrator for Aerospace Technology
8:45 Session A – Visions of the Future of Air Transportation, Palace Ballroom West, Chair: Denise Ponchak, NASA Glenn Research Center

  • “COMModitizing the Airspace” – Dave Witchey, United Airlines
  • “Vision of the Future Air Transportation” – Mike Harrison, Federal Aviation Administration, ASD-100
  • “Air Transportation System – Beyond Tomorrow” – Frank Aguilera, NASA Ames Research Center
  • “Aviation Safety Program” – Doug Rohn, NASA Glenn Research Center
  • “The Small Aircraft Transportation System Program: A Potential Solution to Future Transportation Needs” – Dave Hahne, NASA Langley Research Center (presented by Mike Zernic, NASA Glenn Research Center)
10:15 Break
10:30 Session B – Current, Near, and Mid-Term R&D and Demonstration Programs, Palace Ballroom West, Chairs: Roy Oishi, ARINC and David L. Olsen, Federal Aviation Administration, ASD-140

  • “Smart Landing Facility” – Steve Bussolari, Lincoln Labs
  • “Safe Flight 21 and Airport Surface Technology Program Overview” – Ken Leonard, Federal Aviation Administration, AND-500
  • “UAT Technical Aspects and MOPS Status” – Jim Dieudonne, MITRE/CAASD
  • “FAA Loran-C Initiatives” – Jim Nagle, Booz-Allen & Hamilton
  • “CPDLC and C-CAST” – Jim Rankin, Ohio University Avionics Engineering Center
12:00 Lunch
1:30 Session C – Domestic Industry and International Communications/Datalink R&D and Demonstration Programs, Palace Ballroom West, Chairs: Mike Murphy, ATNSI and Robert Kerczewski, NASA Glenn Research Center

  • “Flight Information Service Data Link Through FAA-Industry Agreements” – Ernie Dash, Raytheon
  • “The Aeronautical Telecommunication Network, a Cooperative Venture” – Mike Murphy, ATNSI
  • “Avionics R&D for CNS/ATM Environment in China” – Shimin Gu, Chinese Aero Radio Electronics Research Institute
  • “MTSAT: Multi-Functional Tranport Satellite for CNS/ATM in the Asia Pacific” -Ken Faller, Space Systems Loral (unable to attend)
3:35 Break
3:50 Session D – Near and Mid Term Issues and Needs, Palace Ballroom West, Chairs: Michael Zernic, NASA Glenn Research Center and James Branstetter, Federal Aviation Administration, AAR-210

  • “Airline Perspective” – Abe Jaafar, Delta Airlines
  • “FAA Spectrum Management” – Brandy Ingargiola, Federal Aviation Administration
  • “Expanding Hopkins to Meet Air Traffic Needs” – Mark Vanloh, Cleveland Hopkins Airport
    • Text of Mark Vanloh’s speech
  • “CNS Data Link – Avionics Manufacturer Perspective” – Steve Koczo, Rockwell Collins
  • “GA Perspective” – Noel Schmidt, Architecture Technology Corporation
5:30 Adjourn
6:30 Dinner at the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum at the Western Reserve Historical Society. Bus transportation from the Wyndham Hotel to the Museum provided.

  • Evening Keynote Address Bruce Holmes, NASA Langley Research Center
Wednesday, May 2, 2001
7:00 Contintental Breakfast
8:00 Second Day Introduction
8:15 Session E – Research and Technology Development for Far-Term Datalink Systems, Palace Ballroom West, Chairs: Gus Martzaklis, NASA Glenn Research Center and Paul Mallasch, Scitor Enterprises, Inc.

  • “CNS Technical Architecture – Modernization Status and Future Plans” – Michael Harrison, Federal Aviation Administration, ASD-100
  • “Communications System Architecture Technical Analyses for Air Traffic Management and Weather Information Dissemination for 2007 and 2015” – Doug Blythe, Aeronautical Radio, Inc.
  • “NASA Datalink Communications Research and Technology Development for Aeronautics” – Gus Martzaklis, NASA Glenn Research Center
  • “Use of Next-Generation Satellite Systems for Aeronautical Communications: Research Issues” – Toni Trani, Virginia Tech
  • “Data Link Communication Decision Choices – Meeting Commercial Air Traveler Stakeholders’ Expected Value” – Paul Mallasch, Scitor Enterprises, Inc.
  • “The DoD Advanced Wideband System: Analysis of Alternatives for Wideband Military Satellite Communications in the 2008+ Timeframe” – Roy Axford, Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center
9:55 Break
10:15 Session F – Perspectives on Far-Term Research Needs, Palace Ballroom West, Chairs: Chris Wargo, CNS, Inc. and Michael Ball, University of Maryland

  • “2020 Aeronautical Communications Architecture Issues” – Chris Wargo, Computer Networks & Software, Inc.
  • “Next Generation Collaborative Traffic Flow Management Systems” – Mike Ball, University of Maryland
  • “An Airframer’s Perspective on the Far Term” – Jean-Paul Moreaux, EADS Airbus
  • “Future of the National Airspace System” – Neal Planzer, United State Air Force, DoD (No paper given.)
  • “GA Perspectives: Present and Future” – Richard Weiss, Atlantic Southeast Airlines
  • “Beyond 2010, A NAS Evolution” – Mike Harrison, Federal Aviation Administration (No paper given.)
12:30 Lunch
1:30 Breakout Sessions

  1. Near and Mid Term CNS Technology R&D Needs, Palace Ballroom West: Define critical near and mid term (next 10 years) CNS technology R&D needs.
  2. Far Term CNS Technology R&D Needs, Allen Room: Define critical far term (beyond 10 years) CNS technology R&D needs.
  3. Assessment of Current CNS Technology R&D Programs), State Room: Assess current R&D efforts in terms of what needs are being met and what needs are not being met.
  4. 2020 Operational Concepts, Roxy Room: Define operational concepts (which result in CNS R&D requirements) that can be considered to have a reasonable degree of industry consensus.
  5. Organizing the R&D Community and Advocacy, Hanna Room: Examine the level and type of organization of the CNS R&D community that is needed: does the organizational structure already exist or does it need to be created? How can such an organization effectively function in coordinating R&D activities and advocacy efforts?
5:00 Breakout Session Reports
6:00 Adjourn
7:15 Dinner Meeting for Executive Team
Thursday, May 3, 2001
8:30 Meeting of Executive Team
8:45 Tour of NASA Glenn aeronautical research facilities for non-executive team members who are interested and/or wish to stay for Executive Team Outbriefing.
12:00
  • Executive Team Outbriefing Report, NASA Glenn Visitor Center Auditorium
  • Integrated CNS Workshop Conclusions and Recommendations (Final Report)
12:30 Workshop Adjourns