2007 Agenda

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May 1 – 3, 2007
Hilton Washington Dulles Airport
Herndon, Virginia

  • Conference General Chair: Brent Phillips, FAA
  • Technical Program Chair: Denise Ponchak, NASA

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2007 Agenda and Presentations
TitlePresenter(s)
Tuesday, May 1, 2007
Plenary Session – Visions of the Future Session Chair: Robert Pearce, Deputy Director, Joint Planning and Development Office
A Military Perspective “Current and Future Vision”Fred Pease, Executive Director, Department of Defense Policy Board on Federal Aviation
The Next Generation Air Transportation SystemJay Merkle, Chief Architect, Joint Planning and Development Office
NextGen Investing for the FutureKris Burnham, Division Director of Portfolio Management, Joint Planning and Development Office
SESAR UpdateColin Meckiff, EUROCONTROL – FAA Coordinator, EUROCONTROL
Roadmaps to Success – Visions of the FutureDave Watrous, President, RTCA
ATA PerspectiveJack Cole, Executive Planner for Industry Affairs, Air Transport Association
A Mid-Term Step Toward NextGenDave Hamrick, Director for Safety and Performance-Based Services, The MITRE Corporation
Session A – Data Communications Technology Session Chair: James Eck, Federal Aviation Administration
Future Communications Study – A Joint EUROCONTROL/FAA ActivityJacky Pouzet, EUROCONTROL and Brent Phillips, Federal Aviation Administration
Future Communications Study, Communications Operating Concept and Requirements (COCR), V2.0Gregg Anderson, Federal Aviation Administration
Future Communication Study Technology Investigation StatusTricia Gilbert, ITT Corporation and James Budinger, NASA Glenn Research Center
Link 2000+, CPDLC Implementation in EuropeMartin Adnams, EUROCONTROL
ATN/VDL Mode 2 CapabilitiesPete Grogan, ARINC
Air Traffic Services Data Link Implementation StatusKathleen Kearns, SITA
Broadband VHF (B-VHF) Project Achievements and Follow-On ActivitiesMiodrag Sajatovic, Christoph Rihacek, Bernhard Haindl, Frequentis GmbH, Michael Schnell, Sinja Brandes and Snjezana Gligorevic, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Session B – New Networking Technologies Session Chair: Chris Wargo, Computer Networks and Software, Inc.
Performance of the IEEE 802.16 OFDMA Standard Systems in Airport Surface Area ChannelsIndranil Sen, Beibei Wang and David Matolak, Ohio University
Network-Centric Airport Surface Communications Network Architecture: An Integrated ApproachThanh Nguyen, Analex Corporation and Yang Wang, Lockheed Martin Transportation and Security Solutions
NEWSKY – Networking the Sky for Aeronautical CommunicationsFrank Schreckenbach, Michael Schnell, Sandro Scalise, German Aerospace Center (DLR) and Phil Platt, QinetiQ Ltd.
Future FAA TelecommunicationsDoug Blythe, ITT
Transformational Aircraft Communication Using a Broadband Mesh NetworkWilliam McNary, Aerosat
Provisioning of Air Traffic Data Link Services in WCDMAZhenyi Jin, ITT Corporation
Commercial Investments in the Next GenerationAir Transportation SystemGary Church, Aviation Management Associates
Air Traffic Software FactoryPaul Comitz, Boeing Air Traffic Management
Session C – Future Systems Applications: Airspace Session Chair: Rafael Apaza, Federal Aviation Administration
Weather Hazard Requirements for NGATS AircraftJimmy Krozel, Metron Aviation, Inc. and James Murphy, Jr., Private Consultant
Predicting Weather Impact on Air TrafficAlexander Klein, Air Traffic Analysis, Inc., Sadegh Kavoussi, David Hickman, David Simenauer, Mark Phaneuf, AvMet Applications International, LLC and Thomas MacPhail, Federal Aviation Administration
Sensitivity of Advanced Traffic Flow Management to Different Weather ScenariosKrishnakumar Ramamoorthy, Benjamin Boisvert, Fred Wieland and George Hunter, Sensis Corporation
A Fast Flow Control and Approach Queuing Monitor Using FDP in Excel EnvironmentChin Lin and Shao-Gang Jian, National Cheng Kung University
4-Dimensional Trajectories and Automation – Connotations and Lessons Learned From Past ResearchIan Wilson, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Monte Carlo Simulation of an ADS-B Application – Flight Deck Based Merging and SpacingLeslie Crane and Ganghuai Wang,The MITRE Corporation
Subliminal Air Traffic Control Utilizing 4D Trajectory NegotiationRosa Weber, Honeywell International and Eva Crűck, Laboratoire de Recherches Balistiques et Aérodynamiques
4D Trajectory Departure Traffic Flow Management Concepts Utilizing User-Preferred TrajectoriesMark Peters, Dave Schleicher andDoug Sweet, Sensis Corporation
Session D – Network Security Session Chair: Vic Patel, Federal Aviation Administration
Multiple Independent Levels of Safety/Security (MILS) Architecture Enabling High Assurance CertificationsGordon Uchenick, Objective Interface Systems, Inc.
Partitioning Communications System for High Availability SystemsGordon Uchenick, Objective Interface Systems, Inc.
AEEC Communication Security ActivitiesMichael Olive, Honeywell, Roy Oishi, ARINC and Stephen Arentz, United Airlines
Security Information Management for Enclave Networks (SIMEN)Rosalie McQuaid, William Heinbockel and Peter Kertzner, The MITRE Corporation
Air Force and Civil Secure Airborne Networks Research Plans for Aircraft Data Networks (ADN’s)Kevin Harnett and Vince Rakauskas, Department of Transportation Volpe Center
Options for Data Comm Security RoadmapTom McParland, Basic Commerce & Industries, Inc.
An Airborne Communications Roadmap for the U.S. Federal Air Marshal Service: Overview and StatusJames Griner, NASA Glenn R esearch Center
Intrusion Detection Using Protocol-Based Non-Conformance to Trusted BehaviorsVikram Ramakrishnan, Anil Kumar and Sherin John, Computer Networks & Software, Inc.
Wednesday, May 2, 2007
Plenary Session – System Wide Information Management (SWIM) Session Chair: Chip Meserole, Boeing Company
FAA System-Wide Information Management Program OverviewDon Ward, SWIM Program Manager, Federal Aviation Administration
SWIM Flight and Flow Related Applications – Status and PlansCraig Marina, En Route Domain Systems Engineering, Federal Aviation Administration
Exploiting the DoD Success in SOA/Net Centric SolutionsKen Arkind, Next Gen Lead Architect, The Raytheon Company
System Wide Information Management as a “Disruptive Innovation”John Moore, GCNSS Chief Engineer, Boeing Company
Applications using SWIMSid Rudolph, Lockheed Martin
Harris – Integration of SWIM into FTIRobert Coulson, Harris Corporation
Flight Object, Interoperability and SWIMFrancois DeLille and Jean-Guy Ravel, European Air Traffic Alliance
Session E – Netcentric Operations and SWIM Session Chair: James Dieudonne, Federal Aviation Administration
Service Oriented Architecture for the Next Generation Air Transportation SystemGary Luckenbaugh, Jon Dehn,Sid Rudolph and Scott Landriau, Lockheed Martin Transportation and Security Solutions
SWIM SUIT: The Need for Technological AssessmentGiuliano d’Auria, SELEX – Sistemi Integrati
Network-Enabled Air Portal Information ServiceChristopher Smith, Sensis Corporation
Web Services Technology EvaluationAvinash Pinto, Paul Comitz, Kelly Carter Boeing Air Traffic Management, Larry Shatos, Steve Bliesner, Availiant LLC and Rich Schlegelmilch, Tectura Corporation
Engineering SWIMAlvin Sipe and Ken Breiding, Boeing ATM
FAA System-Wide Information Management – Use of Communities of InterestMichael Hritz, Federal Aviation Administration
System Engineering Results for System Wide Information Management (SWIM) Using COTS TechnologiesVic Patel, Federal Aviation Administration and Steve Prescott, Oracle Corporation
Session F – Surveillance Technology Session Chair: Chris Daskalakis, DOT Volpe National Transportation Systems Center
Operational Evaluation of Mixed Surveillance Separation in AlaskaMichael Castle, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Separation Accuracy of Mixed Surveillance Technologies with Microprocessor Enroute Automated Radar Tracking System Targets in AlaskaRandall Sleight, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Preliminary Analysis of Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast Independent Validation TechniquesMeaza Teshome, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Toolkits Required for ADS-B and Next Generation SurveillanceDavid Whitman, Sunhillo Corporation
The Military Utility of Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) – A Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Sea Trial Limited Technology Experiment (LTE)Dave McNamara, DCS Corporation
Phased Array Radar Program Status – Update on New Technology for the Multi-Function Phased Array Radar (MPAR)Mark Weadon, Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorology, Michael Babcock, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, James Kimpel, NOAA, James Williams and William Benner, Federal Aviation Administration
Multifunction Phased Array Radar: Technical Synopsis, Cost Implications and Operational CapabilitiesMark Weber, John Cho and Jeff Herd,Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory
Aviation Weather Hazards Observed With Phased Array RadarPamela Heinselman, David Priegnitz, Travis Smith, Kevin Manross and Richard Adams, Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies, Oklahoma University
Session G – Navigation and CNS Architecture Session Chair: Tom Mulkerin, Mulkerin Associates Inc.
GBAS and the Potential for Integrated Automated Solutions for Optimum Use of Augmented GPSCarlos Rodriguez, Federal Aviation Administration
SATNAV Backup Study For NGATS InstituteWayne Genter, ITT
Aircraft Identification Tag (AIT) Initial Feasibility Study – Equipment and Implementation ScenariosMiodrag Sajatovic, Dieter Eier, Frequentis GmbH, Thierry Virion, Sofreavia, Horst Hering, EUROCONTROL Experimental Centre and Frederic Daviere, Rockwell-Collins
Correlation of DME Pulse Trains for Use in MultilaterationMichael Owen, Sensis Corporation
Test for Success: Next Generation Aircraft Identification System RF SimulationManuel Garcia, John Hoffman, Jeffry Rowley and Daniel Stone, ViaSat Inc.
Iridium NEXT Generation Satellite System and Application to CNSDon Thoma, Iridium
Operational FAA Surveillance Data NetworkDavid Whitman, Sunhillo Corporation
Session H – Future Systems Applications: Airportal Session Chair: James Budinger, NASA Glenn Research Center
Requirements for Super Dense Operations for the NGATS Terminal AirspaceJimmy Krozel, Metron Aviation, Inc.,Amy Spencer, Cognitive Systems Engineering, Inc., Phil Smith, Cognitive Systems Engineering Lab., The Ohio State University and Anthony Andre, Interface Analysis Associates
Real-Time Simulation of Very Closely Spaced Parallel Runway ApproachesGreg Trott, Raytheon, Debbi Ballinger,Gordon Hardy, Sandy Lozito, Ramesh Panda and Savita Verma, NASA Ames Research Center
Research Progress on an Automation Concept for Surface Operation with Time-Based TrajectoriesVictor Cheng, Optimal Synthesis Inc.
Status NextGen ATS CNS Test Bed – “The Cleveland Test Bed”Dana Hall, Sensis Corporation and James Budinger, NASA Glenn Research Center
Collaborative Airport Surface Metering for Efficiency and Environmental BenefitsChristopher Brinton, Lara Cook and Stephen Atkins, Mosaic ATM, Inc.
Analysis of Taxi Conformance Monitoring Algorithms and PerformanceChristopher Brinton, Stephen Atkins and Abraham Hall, Mosaic ATM, Inc.
Automated False Track IdentificationKenneth Pack, Science Applications International Corporation
Operational Evaluation of the Final Approach Runway Occupancy Signal (FAROS)Jaime Figueroa, Federal Aviation Administration and Kirk Swanson, Architecture Technology Corporation
Thursday, May 3, 2007
Plenary Session – Transitioning to NexGen Session Chair: Vicki Cox, Federal Aviation Administration, ATO-P VP
Operational Evolution Partnership – Preview of Version 1Gisele Mohler, Director, Operational Evolution Partnership, Federal Aviation Administration
National Airspace System – Enterprise ArchitectureDiana Liang, Acting NAS Chief Architect, Federal Aviation Administration
National Airspace System – Enterprise ArchitectureRick Castaldo, Federal Aviation Administration
Data Communications Program OverviewSandra Anderson, Data Comm Program Manager, Federal Aviation Administration
Navigation Evolution Roadmap UpdateDave Peterson, Navigation ServicesGNSS Implementation Manager, Federal Aviation Administration
Aircraft & Operator RequirementsRonald Stroup, Chief Systems Engineer, Federal Aviation Administration
Aircraft & Operator RequirementsSteve VanTrees, Manager, Avionic Systems Branch, Federal Aviation Administration
Performance-Based Navigation: Area Navigation (RNAV) and Required Navigation Performance (RNP)Jeff Williams, Manager RNP Division, Federal Aviation Administration
Session I – UAV’s in the NAS Session Chair: Steve Henriksen, ITT Corporation
Unmanned Aircraft System Control and ATC Communications Bandwidth RequirementsSteve Henriksen, ITT Corporation
L-Band Commercial Communications Service for Unmanned Aircraft SystemsThomas Mulkerin, Mulkerin Associates Inc.
Helping Global Hawk Fly with the Rest of UsPaul Ostwald and William Hershey, The MITRE Corporation
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Issuing Experimental CertificatesJames Sizemore, Federal Aviation Administration
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in the National Airspace System (NAS): A Control & Communications PerspectiveMichael Schultz, Modern Technology Solutions, Inc. and Michael Neale, General Atomics – Aeronautical Systems, Inc.
Session J – Aviation Spectrum Session Chair: Michael Biggs, Federal Aviation Administration
Spectrum Issues and WRC-07 PreparationMichael Biggs, Federal Aviation Administration
Sustaining Frequency Demand (118-137 MHz)Pete Alty, EUROCONTROL
Spectrum and Capacity Analysis for Air/Ground Air Traffic Management CommunicationsPatricia Chávez, Dean Lamiano, Leone Monticone, Robert Morgenstern, MITRE CASSD and Bruce Eckstein Federal Aviation Administration
Clearing a Frequency Subband for Enhanced Aeronautical CommunicationsFrank Box, Leone Monticone, Richard Snow and Leonid Globus, The MITRE Corporation
Spectrum Interference Testing in L-BandJason Berger, ITT Corporation
Radio-Frequency Interference to the Galileo E5b Signal in the United StatesMichael Tran, Chris Hegarty, Yan-Shek Hoh and Dan O’Laughlin, The MITRE Corporation
Session K – Transformational IP Networks Session Chair: Chris Wargo, Computer Networks and Software, Inc.
ICAO/ATN Internet Protocol Suite (IPS) Standards and Recommended Practices Status of DevelopmentKelly Kitchens, BAE Systems
ICAO IP Mobility StudyTom McParland, Basic Commerce & Industries, Inc.
Use of IPsec in the ATN IPSVic Patel, Federal Aviation Administration
Seamless Network for Aeronautical Fixed ServiceHoang Tran, Federal Aviation Administration
Session L – Performance-Based System Implementation Session Chair: Tom Kraft, Federal Aviation Administration
Performance-Based Communications – Challenges and OpportunitiesTom Kraft, Federal Aviation Administration
NEO (NextGen 4D TM) Provided by SWIM’s Surveillance SOA (SDN ASP for RNP 4D Ops)James Dieudonne, Federal Aviation Administration, Leslie Crane, Stanley Jones, MITRE CAASD, Christopher Smith, Scott Remillard, Sensis Corporation and Greg Snead, Topia Technology
RTSP and ATM/CNS Performance ModelingArek Shakarian, Roman Fresnedo and Julio Peixoto, Boeing ATM
Metrics for the NextGen Approach for 4D Trajectory-Based SeparationMichael Harrison, Aviation Management Associates
Operational Services and Environment Definition (OSED) for Aeronautical Information Management Data Link (AIMLINK) ServicesErnie Dash, Raytheon
Safety and Performance Requirements (SPR) and Interoperability Requirements (INTEROP) for Aeronautical Information Services (AIS) Data LinkDaniel Stapleton, The MITRE Corporation

All 2007 Sponsors

  • AIAA DATC
  • Boeing Phantom Works Advanced ATM
  • FAA Air Traffic Organization Operations Planning Service (ATO-P)
  • Frequentis USA
  • IEEE AESS
  • Iridium Satellite LLC
  • ITT
  • The MITRE Corporation
  • NASA Glenn Research Center
  • Oracle
  • Sensis Corporation
  • Sunhillo Corporation
  • ViaSat, Inc.