2003 Agenda

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Hosted by the NASA Glenn Research Center Space Communications Program
May 19 – 22, 2003
Sheraton Barcelo
Annapolis, MD

  • Conference General Chair: Denise Ponchak, NASA
  • Technical Program Chair: Gene Fujikawa, NASA
2003 Agenda and Presentations
Description Speaker
Welcome Donald Campbell, NASA Glenn Research Center (presented by Jaiwon Shin)

Overview Week

Denise Ponchak, NASA Glenn Research Center

Opening Remarks Pete Vrotsos, NASA Glenn Research Center
Keynote Address (.avi) Carl McCullough, Agency Representative for Federal Aviation
Presentation not available Robert Pearce, NASA Headquarters
U.S. National Airspace System – Transformation Claire Robinson, Federal Aviation Administration
Presentation not available Neil Planzer, DoD Policy Board on Federal Aviation
Who is ATA? William Sears, Airport Transport Association
Transforming the National Airspace System George Donohue, George Mason University
Aeronautical Telecommunication Using IPv6 Bob Stephens, Tectura Corporation
Mobile Networking – Including Application to Aeronautical Internets Will Ivancic, NASA Glenn Research Center
Internet Protocol for Aeronautical Exchange (iPAX-TF) – European Initiatives for IP Deployment Eivan Cerasi, Eurocontrol
Applications Using the Airborne Internet for Cost Effective Airport Information Edwin Tirona, Dynamic Systems Integration
Unified Air-Ground IP Networks – Ground Infrastructure Jocelyn Descaillot, SITA
ATN over IP Models for Evaluation Crispin Netto, Computer Networks & Software, Inc.
GCNSS Demonstration Segment A Flight Demonstrations Bob Prof Struth, Boeing Air Traffic Management
A TDMA Broadcast Satellite/Ground Architecture for the Aeronautical Telecommunications Networks Mohammed Shamma and Rajesh Raghaven, Analex Corporation
MTSAT Shigeki Masuda, Air Traffic Services Department, JCAB
Hybrid Terrestrial/Satellite High Bandwidth Aeronautical Communication Systems Michael Farneth, Sensis Corporation
Satellite Communications for ATM Mohammed Shamma, Analex Corporation
A Common Information Network for Aeronautical Communications Mark Taylor, Boeing ATM
Data in Voice (DiV) An Aeronautical In-Band Messaging Service (Presentation not available) Vince Campanella, FREQUENTIS
VDL Mode 3 Integrated Voice and Data Link Thomas Kabaservice, Harris Corporation (presented by Carol Gabica)
Frequency Reuse, Cell Separation, and Capacity Analysis of VHF Digital Link Mode 3 TDMA Mohammed Shamma and Thanh Nguyen, Analex Corporation, Rafael Apaza, Federal Aviation Administration
Controller Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) over VHF Digital Link (VDL) Mode 2 John Burks, ARINC
High Frequency Data Link Background and Future Plans Pat deBarros, ARINC
ARINC ACARS Messenger Rolf Stefani, ARINC
Developing the Air Traffic Controller-Computer Interface for Controller-Pilot Data Link Communication Robert Potter and Benjamin Linn, CTA, Inc.
Advanced Airport Data Link – Concept and Demonstrator Implementation for a Modem Airport Data Link Erik Haas and Michael Schnell, German Aerospace Center
SITA ATS Aircom Data Link Services and What’s Next? Kathleen Kearns, SITA
The Aeronautical Data Link: Decision Framework for Architectural Analysis A. Terry Morris and Plesent Goode, NASA Langley Research Center
Using Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) and Other Technologies to Enhance Safety and Efficiency in the NAS Ken Leonard, Federal Aviation Administration
NASA AATT HITS Program (Helicopter In-Flight Tracking System) FAA Safe Flight 21 En Route and Oceanic Applications Anastasios Daskalakis and Patrick J. Martone, U.S. DOT Volpe Center
Evolutionary Path of a Surveillance Data Network Scott Remillard and Chris Smith, Sensis Corporation
Intent or How Do We Get To Trajectory-Based Air Traffic Control and Management? Mike Harrison, Aviation Management Corporation
Development of a Vehicle Independent Surveillance Data Collection System Seamus McGovern and Kam Chin, U.S. DOT Volpe Center
Implementing a Smart Landing Facility for Mixed Traffic Tim Pratt, Eric Shea and Charles Florin, Virginia Tech
High Performance Situation Display Capability for the CNS/ATM Domain Waseem Naqvi and Jean-Marie Dautelle, Raytheon
Evolving Advanced Traffic Surveillance Prototype Avionics Towards Products Sethu Rathinam, Rockwell Collins
Improved Emergency Locator and Tracking Beacons for Aircraft Tim Pratt, Eric Shea, and Charles Florin, Virginia Tech
Boeing ATM Tools, Models and Simulations Joni Robbins, Boeing
Modeling CNS for the Virtual Air Space Technologies Toolbox Steve Mainger, NASA Glenn Research Center and Tom Mulkerin, Mulkerin Associates, Inc.
Testing Complex Communication Systems in a Virtual Environment Manuel Garcia, ViaSat, Inc.
IPv6 Modeling in OPNET Taylor Salman, OPENT Technologies, Inc.
General Aviation Aircraft Data Communications Analysis Using a Web-Based Tool Tom Mulkerin, Mulkerin Associates and Michael Zernic, NASA Glenn Research Center
A Performance Study of the ATN COTP over the VDL Mode 3 Subnetwork Brian Hung, The MITRE Corporation
Evaluating VDL Mode 2 Performance Through Simulation Steven Bretmersky and Vijay Konangi, Cleveland State University, and Robert Kerczewski, NASA Glenn Research Center
A Comparison of Mode S ADS-B Performance in Three LA Basin 2020 Scenarios Rajesh Raghaven, Analex Corporation
RF Design and Spectrum Analysis Methods Minh Nguyen, The MITRE Corporation
The Past, Present and Future of LAAS Gary Skillicorn, Federal Aviation Administration
A Real-Time Bi-Directional Differential Global Positioning System Chris Bartone and Ranjeet Shetty, Ohio University
CNS/ATM for Tactical Military Aircraft Steven Frain, Naval Air Systems Command and Garth VanSickle, DCS Corporation.
Vertically-Guided Instrument Approaches Using the Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) Emily Calle, H. Leslie Crane, S. Vince Massimini and Frederick A. Niles, The MITRE Corporation
A Small Aircraft Transportation System…Can Be Networked… Ralph Yost, Federal Aviation Administration Tech Center and Pete McHugh, Federal Aviation Administration
Real-Time Small Aircraft Transportation System (SATS) Engineering Test Bed for the Definition, Development and Validation of Operations Using an Airborne Internet (AI) Architecture Steve Friedman and Wendell Turner, ADSI, Inc.
Aviation Web Services the JEMPRS Story (Presentation not available) Randy Schmidt, Ken Garove and Eric Kramer, Microsoft Corporation.
Turbulence Auto-Pirep System (TAPS) Paul Robinson, Aero Tech Research
Evaluating Safety Results from Capstone Phase 1 an Interim Assessment of 2000-2001 Worth Kirkman, The MITRE Corporation
Updating Electronic Charts Using ADS-B Broadcast Services Gary Livack, Federal Aviation Administration and Ken Staub
CoopATS: the Cooperative Air Traffic Services Concept Jose Roca, Eurocontrol
Integrated Cockpit Systems as Aviation Moves Forward (Presentation not available) Gary Stuteville, Honeywell
MOMS (Management, Operational and Maintenance Security) in the NAS: The Challenge of the New Millennium Marie Stella, Federal Aviation Administration
Data Link Security for Airline Operational Communications and Air Traffic Services – An Opportunity for Synergistic Efforts Donald Kauffman, Honeywell
Providing the Foundation for Security Certification Within U.S. Government Civil Agencies Integrated Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance (ICNS) Beryl Hosack and Joe Guirreri, Computer Sciences Corporation.
An Architectural Concept for Intrusion Tolerance in Air Traffic Networks Jeff Maddalon and Paul Miner, NASA Langley Research Center
Security Consideration for the Future e-Enabled Aircraft Chris Wargo and Chris Dhas, Computer Networks & Software, Inc.
North American Aerospace Surveillance Council (NAASC) & Inter-agency Homeland Air Security (IHAS) Foundations for the Future Tim Wallace, Federal Aviation Administration (presented by Dave Vechik)
Securing the Vehicle and the NAS: Information Security and CNS Hardening Research Issues (unavailable) Gus Martzaklis, NASA Glenn Research Center
Software Radio (R)Evolution and its Application to Aeronautical Mobile Communications Minh Nguyen, The MITRE Corporation
Software Definable Radio Aviation Key to Global Interoperability Michel Gelinas, General Dynamics Decision Systems
The Software Defined Radio Edward Calhoun, Rockwell Collins
Wideband Software Defined Radio (SDR) Design Using Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) John Porcello, Booz-Allen & Hamilton and Ramon Llanos, Electronic Combat Division, Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate (I2WD), US Army CECOM
Software Reuse in Safety-Critical Systems Barbara Lingberg and Leanna Rierson, Federal Aviation Administration
Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) Program Status Gene Harrison, The MITRE Corporation
JTRS ORD Waveforms R/Evolution Gene Harrison, The MITRE Corporation
Integrated CNS Architecture: Future Directions Art Feinberg and Chris Wargo, Chairs
Modeling and Simulation of CNS Systems Thanh Nguyen, and Fred Seling, Chairs
Software Defined Radio: Technology and Requirements James Budinger and Richard Reinhart, Chairs
Next Generation Terrestrial Air-Ground Datalink Rafael Apaza and Rob Fuschino, Chairs
Future Surveillance Systems Jim Branstetter and Marc Viggiano, Chairs
Information Security and CNS Hardening Gus Martzaklis and Marie Stella, Chairs
Executive Committee Final Report Executive Committee