2005 Agenda

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May 2 – 5, 2005
Hyatt Fair Lakes Hotel
Fairfax, VA

  • Conference General Chair: Denise Ponchak, NASA
  • Technical Program Chair: Gene Fujikawa, NASA

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2005 Agenda and Presentations
DescriptionSpeaker
Tuesday, May 3, 2005
Plenary Session – JPDO: Inter-Agency Cooperation for the Next Generation ATS Session Chair: Fred Messina, Sensis Corporation
The Next Generation Air Transportation SystemKarl Krundmann, JPDO
Next Generation Air Transportation SystemColonel David Rhodes, Lead JPDO IPT for User-Specific Situational Awareness and Doug Arbuckle, Lead JPDO IPT for Agile Air Traffic Management System
Overview of the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NGATS) Institute Management CouncilBo Bollinger, President, ATCA
Financing the Next Generation Air Transportation System FNGATSJerry Thompson, Chairman, JTA
Plenary Session – R&T Programs Session Chair: Denise Ponchak, NASA Glenn Research Center
An Integrated Look at R&D Technologies Supporting Improved NAS Capacity and SecurityRobert Beard and Paul Rigterink, Computer Sciences Corporation
An Overview, Current Status and Future Transformation Direction of NASA’s CNS Research & Technology ActivitiesKonstantinos Martzaklis, NASA Glenn Research Center
Airspace Systems ProgramRobert Jacobsen, NASA Ames Research Center
Session A1 – Integrated CNS Systems and Architectures Session Chairs: Chris Daskalakis, DOT Volpe National Transportation Systems Center and Ann Tedford, Federal Aviation Administration
Developing a Model for Joint Infrastructure InvestmentStephen Giles and Michele Steinbach, The MITRE Corporation
Continuing the Commitment to CapacityGisele Mohler, Federal Aviation Administration
Overview FAA’s NAS Strategy SimulatorLance Sherry, Bengi Mezhepoglu, George Mason University, Dan Goldner, Ventana Systems, Anne Yablonski and Dave Knorr, Federal Aviation Administration
Analysis of Air Traffic Control Systems Interference Impact on Galileo Aeronautical ReceiversMassimiliano DeAngelis, AMS-Alenia Marconi Systems, Romano Fantacci, Simone Menci, University of Florence and Claudio Rinaldi, ENAV S.p.A.
Communications Operating Concept and Requirements for the Future Radio SystemGregg Anderson, Federal Aviation Administration, Patricia Chavez, John Gonda and William Saumsiegle, The MITRE Corporation
Global Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance Systems Program – Progress and PlansChip Meserole, The Boeing Company
An Integrated Global CNS SystemRobert Crow, AirNav, Inc.
The Single Integrated Airspace Approach to Global Airspace: One World – One Airspace – One PerceptionWilliam Laska, John Edwards, Dirk Caudill and Andrew Chrisman, SRS Technologies, Inc.
Session A2 – Datalink Communications Systems Session Chair: Todd Donovan, Sensis Corporation
Measurement of the Safety Impact of Installing ADS-B on General Aviation Aircraft at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical UniversitySteven Hampton and Richard Theokas, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Aircraft Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) Verification and ValidationJimmy Krozel, Metron Aviation Inc. and Dominick Andrisani, Purdue University
A Predictive Model of User Equipage Costs for Future Air Traffic Services and Capabilities: An Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast ExampleKent Hollinger, James Nickum, Doyle Peed and Todd Stock, The MITRE Corporation
Strategic Applications of Controller-Assigned Airborne Separation (CAAS)Elliott Simons, David Maroney, Pamela Hawkins and Christopher DeSenti,The MITRE Corporation
VHF Channel Occupancy Measurements over Core EuropeJohannes Prinz, Christoph Rihacek, Miodrag Sajatovic, Frequentis GmbH, Santiago Zazo, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Javier Lopez-Perez and Ivan Perez-Alvarez, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
A Study on Mobility in VDL Modes 2 and 3Robert Murawski, Steven Bretmersky, and Vijay Konangi, Cleveland State University
SITA AIRCOM Datalink Implementation StatusKathleen Kearns, SITA
Aeronautical Data Link Road Map, An Air Carrier PerspectiveMike Murphy, ATN Systems, Inc.
Session A3 – Navigation, System Demonstrations & Operations Session Chair: David Buchanan, NASA Glenn Research Center
Tailored Arrivals Trials – Air Traffic Alliance, Boeing, Airservices Australia, QANTASCraig Roberts, Airservices, Brad Cornell, Rob Mead, Boeing and Michael Watson, Alliance
RNP-Based Parallel Instrument Approaches: Concepts and BenefitsMichael Mills and Suzanne Porter, The MITRE Corporation
Integrated GPS/eLoran SystemsG. Linn Roth, Locus, Inc. and Mitchell Narins, Federal Aviation Administration
Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) Industry EngagementDon Hanlon, Federal Aviation Administration and David Beering, Infinite Global Infrastructure
Operational Results and Standardization Issues of Wide Area Multilateration Systems for Civil Air Traffic Control PurposesHeinz Bartacek, Werner Langhans, Christian Scheiflinger, Johann Zemsky, Austro Control GmbH and Helmut Schreiber, Graz University of Technology
Safe Flight 21 Implementing Broadcast ServicesRobert Strain, The MITRE Corporation
How the System Wide Evaluation and Planning Tool (SWEPT) Can Support Air Traffic Management Decision-Making in the Eastern U.S.Paul Rigterink and Ed Ellenberger, Computer Sciences Corporation
Session A4 – Safety and Security Initiatives Impacting CNS Session Chair: Richard Reinhart, NASA Glenn Research Center
Evaluations of Sana and Cisco Host Intrusion Prevention Systems (HIPS)Edwin Coover and Duncan Thomson, The MITRE Corporation
Digital Signatures for the Analogue RadioKonrad Hofbauer, Graz University of Technology and Horst Hering, EUROCONTROL
An Elliptic Curve Based Authentication Protocol for Controller-Pilot Data Link CommunicationsDawit Getachew, Chicago State University and James Griner, NASA Glenn Research Center
Information Security for the Aviation Community: A Personal PerspectiveTed Signore, The MITRE Corporation
Communications-Supported Concepts for Highjacked AircraftThomas Mulkerin, Mulkerin Associates, Inc.
Secure Key Management for NASA Space CommunicationAruna Balasubramanian, Sumita Mishra, CompSys Technologies, Inc. and Ramalingam Sridhar, State University of New York, Buffalo
Communications Technology for Improved Aviation SecuritySam Farroha, Cheryl Resch, Gary Stoneburner, Gerry Preziotti and Robert Nichols, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
SIP Based Communications in Netcentric OperationsJohannes Prinz, Wolfgang Kampichler, Christoph Kurth, Frequentis GmbH and Johannes Osrael, Information Systems Institute, Vienna University of Technology
Wednesday, May 4, 2005
Plenary Session – Global Communications Initiatives Session Chair: Chris Wargo, Computer Networks & Software Inc.
CPDLC & ADS-B in Europe – Alive and KickingAlex Wandels, EUROCONTROL
The New Future Needs for CNS-ATM: An Airline PerspectiveCaptain Joe Burns, United Airlines
Future Global Communications In Efficient Flight Path ManagementPaul Mettus, Lockheed Martin Transportation and Security Solutions
ATC Com Upgrades – Designing to Satisfy Airline Business Case for AvionicsPhilip Clinch, SITA
Session B1 – CNS Research and Technology Development Session Chair: Art Feinberg, Intelligent Automation Inc.
FASTE-CNS: A Tool for Performance Evaluation of CNS TechnologiesChris Dhas, Chris Wargo, Sachin Lal, Computer Networks & Software, Inc. and Mannu Khanna, Comptel Inc.
Aeronautical Network Research Simulator (ANRS)Manuel Garcia, Michael Kocin and Gregory Musser, ViaSat, Inc.
Channel Characterization in the 5 GHz Microwave Landing System Extension Band for Future Airport Surface CommunicationsDave Matolak, Ohio University, Lawrence Foore, NASA Glenn Research Center and Rafael Apaza, Federal Aviation Administration
Detroit Deicing Decision Support ToolJonathan Lee, Suzanne Chen and Anastasios Daskalakis, U.S. Department of Transportation
ESCANJulian Bristow, David Meyers, Kelly Muldoon, Robert Becker and Lisa Lust, Honeywell
Beaming Bandwidth via Laser CommunicationsMohsen Kavehrad and Belal Hamzeh, The Pennsylvania State University
Session B2 – Airborne Internet Session Chair: James Meer, Microflight
Airborne Internet: Applications AboundRalph Yost, William J. Hughes FAA Technical Center
Multi-Protocol Data RadioPrasad Nair, Project Management Enterprises, Inc.
Transformational Cost Reduction for Airborne InternetBill McNary, AeroSAT
Distributed Adaptive Operations: Command & Control of Networked-enabled Forces, Geographically DispersedGregory Glaros, USN
Implementing the Electronic Flight BagJoe Burns, United Airlines
CompreX: XML Compression and the Airborne InternetKirk Swanson and Jason Judt, Architecture Technology Corporation
Airborne Internet Consortium BackgroundJames Meer, Microflight
Session B3 – Avionics for System-Level Enhancements Session Chair: Ronald Stroup, Federal Aviation Administration
A Logical Architecture for Future AvionicsPaul Ravenhill, Helios Technology LTD
Interference Cancellation ReceiverMinh Nguyen, The MITRE Corporation and Amir Zaghloul, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
MMDA Use of JTRS ArchitectureMichael Kocin, ViaSat, Inc.
Increasing Needs for Modular Avionics in the CNS/ATM-Based Air SpaceGu Shimin, Chinese Aeronautic Radio and Electronics Research Institute
Session B4 – SWIM Session Chair: Rafael Apaza, Federal Aviation Administration
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) System Wide Information Management (SWIM) ProgramJohn Loynes, Federal Aviation Administration
System Wide Information Management Prototyping Activities – An Architecture for Common MessagingPaul Comitz, The Boeing Company and Josh Hung, Federal Aviation Administration
Aspects of Sharing Flight Data via SWIMJon Dehn, Lockheed Martin Transportation & Security Solutions and Sid Rudolph, IT Consulting Group
Mobile Communication Network Architecture (MCNA) OverviewDavid Morse, Avaliant LLC and James Budinger, NASA Glenn Research Center
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Enables an Agile National Airspace System – SWIM Provides the Pipeline ServicesJosh Hung, Federal Aviation Administration
Technologies for Network-Enabled OperationsBrian Glass and Jack Levine, NASA Ames Research Center
The Business Case for SWIMSteve Glickman, The Boeing Company
Thursday, May 5, 2005
Session C1 – Weather Products and Data Dissemination Technologies Session Chairs: Michael Jarrell, NASA Glenn Research Center and Thomas Tanger, Ohio Aerospace Institute
An Integrated Turbulence Avoidance Decision-Aid for Pilots, Dispatchers & ControllersPaul Robinson, AeroTech Research, Inc.
In-Service Evaluation of a Prototype Turbulence Auto-PIREP System (TAPS)Jason Prince, Paul Robinson, AeroTech Research, Inc. and Christian Amaral, Delta Air Lines
Characterizing Satellite-Based Communications to Provide Seamless and Effective Transoceanic Data DisseminationRich Slywczak and Okechukwu Mezu, NASA Glenn Research Center
Flight Testing of Weather Data Exchange Using the 1090 Extended Squitter (1090ES) and VDL Mode 3 Data LinksJames Griner, NASA Glenn Research Center
WINCOMM UAT Laboratory Test ActivitiesWayne Buhrman, The John Hopkins University
WINCOMM UAT Laboratory Test Results and Flight Test PlansRandall Sleight and Wayne Buhrman, The John Hopkins University
Comprehensive Real-Time Analysis of Broadcasting Systems (CRABS) Software Use for Weather Information Communication (WINCOMM) ProjectStephen Giguere, The John Hopkins University
Potential IP Solutions for Networking Selected FAA Weather SystemsEzra Jalleta, Minqi Liu and Mark Simons, The MITRE Corporation
A 4D Flight Profile Server and Probability-Based 4D Weather Objects: Toward a Common-Core Toolset for the NASAlexander Klein, George Mason University
Air Traffic Management Decision Support Using Integrated Methods of Diagnosing and Forecasting Aviation WeatherTenny Lindholm, The National Center for Atmospheric Research
Session C2 – Airspace Communications Networks Session Chair: Cal Ramos, NASA Glenn Research Center
FAA/EUROCONTROL Future Communications Study Overview and StatusJames Eck, Brent Phillips, Gregg Anderson, Rhonda Thomas, Federal Aviation Administration, James Budinger, NASA Glenn Research Center, Ron Bruno and Glenn Dyer, ITT Industries
Systems Methodology to Defining Surface Network ArchitectureThanh Nguyen, Analex Corporation
Integration of Airport Surface Communication SystemsYang Wang, Lockheed Martin Transportation & Security Solutions and Yiyuan Zhao, University of Minnesota
Architectural Assessment for Optical Networks Deployed on Commercial Avionic Communication SystemsHung Nguyen, NASA Glenn Research Center
Adjustable Range Broadcast for Desired Airborne Network ConnectivityYiyuan Zhao, University of Minnesota and Yang Wang, Lockheed Martin Transportation & Security Solutions
A Hierarchical IP Addressing Scheme for Mobile Ad-Hoc NetworksHussein Ali, David Smith and Herman Helgert, George Washington University
Evaluation of IPv6 Services for Future Aviation NetworksAnil Kumar, Aniket Bhat, Computer Networks & Software Inc. and Manu Khanna, Comptel, Inc.
NASA’s Request for Comments on Global Air Space System RequirementsWill Ivancic, NASA Glenn Research Center
Defining Command, Control, and Communications for Unmanned Aircraft SystemsStephen Henriksen, ITT Advanced Engineering & Sciences and Mike Schultz, Modern Technology Solutions Incorporated
Session C3 – Surveillance Systems Session Chair: Len Carlson, Technology Services Corporation
Departure Exclusion Zone – a Future Concept to Enhance Runway Operations Using Aircraft Derived DataCarmine Primeggia, Federal Aviation Administration and Philip Hodgkins, BAE Systems
Wake Vortex Tracking Using a 35 GHz Pulsed Doppler RadarRobert Neece, NASA Langley Research Center, Charles Britt, Joseph White, Chi Nguyen, RTI International, Ashok Mudukutore and Bill Hooper, Phase IV Systems, Inc.
X-Band Radar: More Than a Source for Airborne WeatherSteven Harrah, NASA Langley Research Center
The Right Radar Backup for ADS-BLeslie Crane, The MITRE Corporation
Applications of a Surveillance Database and ServerScott Remillard, Greg Berkebile and Todd Pittman, Sensis Corporation
Flight State Estimation from Surface SurveillanceLaurel Stell, Ted Carnoil, Metron Aviation Inc., Sandy Lozito, NASA Ames Research Center and Ved Sud, Federal Aviation Administration
Range Enhancement to Wide Area Multilateration ProcessingJeffrey Beyer, Sensis Corporation
The Standalone Traffic Information Service (TIS) ServerJeffrey Beyer and Andrew Hepp, Sensis Corporation
Short Range Surveillance Link for Close Proximity Navigation During Closely Spaced ParallelPavan Reddy and Mary Ellen Miller, Raytheon Company
Workshop Breakout Sessions
Next Generation Airport Surface CommunicationsRafael Apaza, Federal Aviation Administration, David Matolak, Ohio University, and Todd Donovan, Sensis Corporation
Airborne Internet Consortium ForumJames Meer, Microflight, Inc. and Ralph Yost, Federal Aviation Administration
Aeronautical Data Link: Air Traffic Implementation in the Domestic U.S.Mike Murphy, ATN Systems, Inc. and Ann Tedford, Federal Aviation Administration
Role of Multi-Mode Multi-Function Digital Avionics in the Future NASMike Harrison, Aviation Management Associates, Inc. and Chris Wargo, Computer Networks & Software Inc.
Potential Roles for Satellite Communications in Air Traffic ManagementIsrael Greenfeld, NASA Glenn Research Center and Mark Schell
Aviation Spectrum Needs and ChallengesLarry Foore, NASA Glenn Research Center and Dave Matolak, Ohio University
Executive Committee Final Report
Executive Committee Final ReportExecutive Committee