2012 Agenda

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Theme: Bridging CNS & ATM

April 24-26, 2012
Westin Washington Dulles Airport Hotel
Herndon, Virginia

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Plenary Program

Plenary Program Overview
“Leading NextGen Development through Collaboration”Ann Tedford (FAA)
“Harmonization between NextGen & SESAR”Bo Redeborn (EUROCONTROL) & Steve Bradford (FAA)
“Cyber Threat Panel” & “An Operational View on Automation Evolution and Dependencies”Paul Planzer (ATCA)

Plenary Program Detail

Tuesday, April 24, Day 1

Plenary I: Leading NextGen Development Through Collaboration,
Chair: Ann Tedford (FAA)
8:45 – 9:00 a.m.Introductory Remarks and Summary of NAC RecommendationsAnn Tedford, Manager, FAA NextGen Outreach and Reporting
9:00 – 9:15 a.m.ADS-B In ARC RecommendationsArthur L. Sullivan, Manager, FAA Program Management Organization, Surveillance Services
9:15 – 9:30 a.m.Performance Based NavigationJoe McCarthy, Manager, FAA PBN Policy and Support Group
9:30 – 9:45 a.m.Data CommunicationsSandy Anderson, Acting Manager, FAA Air/Ground Data Communications
9:45 – 10:00 a.m.NextGen Test BedsNick Lento, Acting Manager, FAA Surface/Terminal Prototyping
10:00 – 10:30 a.m.Break
10:30 – 10:45 a.m.NAC Equipage RecommendationsRaquel Girvin, Manager, FAA Policy Systems Division
10:45 – 11:00 a.m.Regulatory Guidance on NextGen EquipageBruce DeCleene, Manager, FAA Avionics Systems
11:00 – 11:15 a.m.Status of NextGen AvionicsJens Hennig, General Aviation Manufacturers Association, Vice President, Operations
11:15 – 11:30 A.M.Status of NextGen AvionicsDan Elwell, Aerospace Industries Association, Vice President, Civil Aviation
11:30 – NoonQ&A/Discussion

Wednesday, April 25, Day 2

Plenary II: Harmonization between NextGen & SESAR,
Co-Chairs: Bo Redeborn (EUROCONTROL ) & Steve Bradford (FAA)
8:00 – 8:10 a.m.Opening Remarks – NextGen UpdatesSteve Bradford, FAA
8:10 – 8:20 a.m.Opening Remarks – European PerspectiveBo Redeborn, EUROCONTROL
8:20 – 8:35 a.m.Global Harmonisation – Aviation System Block UpgradesNancy Graham, ICAO
8:35 – 8:50 a.m.SESAR Master Plan and Coordination with USMichael Standar, SJU
8:50 – 9:05 a.m.PBN: Why RNP is betterFranca Pavlicevic, EUROCONTROL
9:05 – 9:20 a.m.Innovative Developments in PBNDoug Marek, FAA
9:20 – 9:50 a.m.Break
9:50 – 10:05 a.m.Data CommunicationsNikos Fistas, EUROCONTROL
10:05 – 10:20 a.m.Inter-regional SWIMDavid Almeida, Harris Corporation
10:20 – 10:35 a.m.Weather HarmonisationWilliam Moser, MIT Lincoln Labs
10:35 – 10:50 a.m.SESAR impact on the aircraftStephane Marche, Honeywell
10:50 – 11:05 a.m.Future TCASMykel Kochenderfer, MIT Lincoln Labs
11:05 – 11:20 a.m.Full 4D trajectory management – Ground Industry point of viewJean Francois Grout, Thales
11:20 – NoonQ&A/Discussion

Thursday, April 26, Day 3

Plenary III: “Cyber Threat Panel” & “An Operational View on Automation Evolution and Dependencies Panel,”
Chair: Paul Planzer (ATCA)
8:00 – 9:30 A.M.Cyber Threat Panel
  • George Emilio, General Dynamics
  • James Daum, FAA
  • Mitch Herrick, NATCA
  • Steve Carver, Aviation Management Associates
  • Mike Chaney, DHS
9:30 – 10:15 A.M.Break
10:15 – NoonAn Operational View on Automation Evolution and Dependencies Panel
  • Paul Volt, LTI Corporation
  • Mark Fabro, Loftyperch
  • Rich Jehlen, FAA
  • Lt. Col Kevin “Rowdy” Yates, DoD
  • Tom Sparks, Raytheon
Technical Program Overview, Technical Chair: Benjamin Levy
DaySessionNameChair, Co-Chair
ASurveillance and Situational Awareness 1Todd Lovell
BCNS Systems Architectures and InterfacesEdward Holman, John Moore
CNextGen Integrated Air/Ground ConceptsMary Ellen Miller, Tom Becher
DNAS-Wide SimulationLance Sherry, Vivek Kumar
EGlobal eEnabled Airborne Network Security for NextGen and SESARKevin Harnett, Bill Blanchette
FSurveillance and Situational Awareness 2Paul Comitz, Michael Schnell
GFuture Communications, SWIM 1Tyler Smith, Kevin Clark
HNextGen Surface and Terminal Airspace OperationsElida Smith, Ray Young
IPerformance Based OperationsBernd Korn, Jonathan Lee
JNAS-Wide Analysis SimulationPatricia Glabb, Joe Post
KCNS Special Topics and Avionics V&VDieter Eier, Aloke Roy
LFuture Communications, SWIM 2Steve DeHart
MTrajectory Operations and UncertaintySuzanne Porter, Fred Wieland
NNAS Evolution AnalysisRalf Mayer, Chris Brinton
OSafe and Secure Air Transportation SystemRadhakrishna Sampigethaya, Yosef Gavriel Tirat-Gefen
PUnmanned Aircraft Systems in the NASDenise Ponchak, Chris Wargo
Accepted Abstracts and Assigned Session: Updated 4/13/2012
A1Leslie CraneIntegrated Surveillance Capability and Gap AnalysisThe MITRE Corporation
A2Peter DrakeRequirements, Architecture, and Technology for NextGen Surveillance and Weather Radar Capability (NRWRC)Raytheon Company
A3Peter MoertlGPS Accuracy on the Airport Surface Under Varying Ionospheric Disturbance Conditions: Implications for Safety ApplicationsMITRE CAASD
A4Michael GarciaAn Enhanced Altitude Correction Technique for Improvement of WAM Position AccuracyExelis
A6Om GuptaSatellite-based ADS-B: The next quantum leap in ATMIridium Communications Inc
A7Jerry JohnsonWide Area Multilateration Proves Resilient in AfghanistanThales ATM, Inc
A8Jeff BeyerLong Term Performance Evaluation of Wide Area Multilateration and ADS-BClairus, LLC
B1Nicolas SchneckenburgerPrecise Aeronautical Ground Based Navigation using LDACS1German Aerospace Center (DLR)
B2Douglas VandermadeCollecting, Managing, and Analyzing Avionics Equipage InformationThe MITRE Corporation
B3Jeffrey WilsonDependence of AeroMACS Interference with Satellite Uplinks on Airport Radiation PatternsNASA Glenn Research Center
B4Paul ComitzNetwork Enabled Operations Spiral 2The Boeing Company
B5Vivek KumarA Method for Universal Beacon Code AllocationGeorge Mason University
B6Timothy LewisThe Effects of Limited Intent Information Availability on Self-Separation in Mixed OperationsNASA Langley Research Center
B7Paul ComitzA Domain Specific Language for Aviation InteroperabilityThe Boeing Company
B8Han ZhouModeling for spectrum congestion analysis of air-to-ground voice communications in ChinaJoint Research Laboratory for Aviation Connectivity Technologies, Shanghai Advanced Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences
C1Shervin AhmadBeygiTraffic Flow Management Operational Incentives for NextGen EquipageMetron Aviation Inc.
C2Sanjiv ShrestaRapid En-Route Response to Terminal OperationsMITRE/CAASD
C3Chin E. LinFlow Monitor for Heavy Traffic in Taipei Terminal Control AreaAA Dept., Cheng Kung University
C4Emre KoyuncuFlight Deck Automation Support with Dynamic 4D Trajectory Management for Responsive and Adaptive Airborne Collision Avoidance : AUTOFLY-Aid ProjectIstanbul Technical University
C5Amba Bhavani M VIntegrated Weather Warning System onto Flight Route.docxHoneywell Technology Solution
C6Edward (Ward) HallC-Band Airport Surface Communications System Standards Development – AeroMACS Testing and AnalysisITT Exelis
C7Stephen HenriksenC-Band Airport Surface Communications System Standards Development – AeroMACS Mobile Application TestingITT Exelis
C8Mohamed Slim BEN MAHMOUDQuantitative Risk Assessment to Enhance AeroMACS Security in SESARENAC
D1Poornima BalakrishnaNAS-Wide Simulators: Applications and Tradeoffs in Modeling FidelitySaab Sensis Corporation
D2Brant HorioSafety Risk Assessment Case Study Using Airspace Conflict Analysis SimulationLMI
D4Frederick WielandThe Airspace Concepts Evaluation System: Recent Improvements and Analysis ResultsIntelligent Automation, Inc.
D5Kenneth MartinNAS-Wide Simulation Benefits Assessment of High Performance Routes in High AirspaceISA Software LLC
D6Saul DorfmanNAS-Wide Vertical Profile Analysis: Level Segments in Arrival and Departure FlowsThe MITRE Corporation
D7Michel SantosPerturbations of Simulated Airborne Merging and Spacing Operations at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International AirportIntelligent Automation, Inc.
D8Brian WickhamEfficient Searching of a NAS-Wide Analysis SpaceThe MITRE Corporation
E1Antoine VaretDesign and development of an embedded aeronautical router with security capabilitiesENAC
E2William BlanchetteAir Force E-Mail Enabling of the Apple iPadBooz Allen Hamilton / US Air Force
E3Chris RileyCyber Security Assessment Methods With UMLInformation Tool Designers
E4Raymond DeCerchioAircraft Systems Cyber SecurityFAA, AIR-120
E5Andy JacksonEurope and US Collaboration on Aeronautical System Security StandardsUK CESG
E6Paul PerkinsonLessons Learned from an Active Cyber Defense Deployment Pilot ProgramRaytheon
E7Aniruddha KarmarkarAviation Communication Ground Infrastructure SecurityLockheed Martin Corporation
E8Rainer KoelleSESAR Security 2020: How to embed and assure security in system-of-systems engineering?EUROCONTROL
F1Laurence MutuelNextGen Civil Airborne GNSS Receivers Supporting Dual Frequency SBAS Operations and Advanced RAIMThales Avionics
F2Mitch NarinsThe Benefits of a Pseudolite-based Alternate Position, Navigation, and Timing System to Aviation and Other User CommunitiesFederal Aviation Administration
F3william chungSurveillance and Datalink Communication Performance Analysis for Distributed Separation Assurance System Architecturesscience applications international corporation
F4Thomas GräuplSimple and Efficient Integration of Aeronautical Support Tools for Human-In-The-Loop EvaluationsUniversity of Salzburg
F8Jeff BeyerConsiderations for Tracking Aircraft Using Satellite ADS-BClairus, LLC
G1David MatolakPeer-to-Peer VHF Propagation Path Loss in the Airport Surface AreaOhio University
G2Behnam KamaliApplication of Multihop Relay Technology for Enhancement of Aeronautical Mobile Airport communications Systems (AeroMACS)Mercer University/ NASA Glenn Research Center
G3Naoki KanadaMIMO effect evaluation for aeronautical WiMAX in airport at 5.1GHzElectronic Navigation Research Institute
G4Frank BoxMinimizing Self-Interference in a Nationwide Aeronautical Data Communications NetworkThe MITRE Corporation
G5Wolfgang KampichlerCloud Based Communication in ATMFrequentis USA, Inc.
G6Georg TrausmuthExperience Report on Successful Demonstration of SWIM by three Industry PartnersFrequentis AG
G7Ulrich EppleInfluence of DME Interference onto LDACS1 – Feasibility Study for EuropeGerman Aerospace Center (DLR)
G8Jonathan StandleySWIM Segment 2 Deployment and Utilization in NextGen R&D ProgramsFAA
H1Paul DiffenderferImproving Throughput at Airports with a Dependency between Arrival and Departure OperationsThe MITRE Corporation, Center for Advance Aviation System Development
H2Eric ChangDevelopment of Safety Metrics Using ASDE-X Surveillance Data for Evaluation of Ground Collision RiskMITRE/Center for Advanced Aviation System Development
H3Michael CarpenterManaging Gate and Ramp Operations to Reduce Delay, Fuel Burn, and CostsSaab Sensis Corporation
H4Thomas MitchellStrategic Pre-departure Coordination with Stochastic Trajectory ModelingCSSI, Inc.
H5Chris BrintonDeparture Queue Management in the Presence of Traffic Management InitiativesMosaic ATM, Inc.
H6Scott RemillardCollaborative Use of Aerobahn between United Airlines Company Ramp Tower, Houston Center (ZHU), & Houston Tower (IAH ATCT) to re-reroute aircraft on the surface of IAH during SWAP (Severe Weather Avoidance Plan) conditions.Saab Sensis
H7Saba NeyshabouriComparison of Efficiency of Slot Allocation by Congestion Pricing and Ration by ScheduleCenter for Air Transportation Systems Research (CATSR)
H8Lance SherryHow NextGen Will Maintain Affordability of Air Travel in the Presence of Higher Enregy CostsGMU Center for Air Transportation Systems Research
I1Seth WenchelIdentification and Visualization of Constrained AirspacesThe MITRE Corporation
I2Bojia YEAnalysis of Alternative Route Selection Strategies Based on Cost and ThroughputCollege of Civil Aviation, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
I3Zheng TaoA Methodology for Addressing Operational Shortfalls Associated with Terminal OperationsThe MITRE Corporation
I4Sean McCourtMeasuring NextGen Current and Forecasted Mixed EquipageMITRE
I5Michael GarciaAlternative Position Determination for Aviation using SBSSExelis
I6Bettina BirkmeierChange of controller tasks in a sectorless ATM concept – first resultsDLR German Aerospace Center
I7Kiran ChittargiDetecting Weather Conflicts with Next Generation SOALockheed Martin IS&GS
I8Alan BellDeveloping standards for time-based separation of aircraftSystems Enginuity
J1Alexander KleinNAS Fast-Time Simulation Model Validation – Requirements, Metrics and ChallengesAir Traffic Analysis, Inc
J2Derek RobinsonEnhanced Flight Delay Data for ASQP CarriersFederal Aviation Administration
J3David SislakNAS-wide En-route Air-Traffic Controller modelingAgent Technology Center, Department of Computer Science, Czech Technical University in Prague
J4Travis GaydosMeasured Variability and Uncertainty in Flight OperationsMITRE/CAASD
J5Rajanikanth KashiA Multi Agent Framework for evaluating the impacts of ATM modernization on CNS product LinesHoneywell Technology Solutions Lab Pvt. Ltd.
J6Joseph PostSystem-Wide Analysis Capability: New Features and Recent ApplicationsFederal Aviation Administration
J7Joseph PreteSystem Wide Analysis Capability: Dynamic TFM Architecture and SystemsMetron Aviation, Inc.
J8Daniel MurphyModeling Flight Delays in the Current U.S. Aviation SystemFederal Aviation Administration
K1Saurabh GohilReusable Core Functional package for Avionics.Honeywell Technology Solutions, Bangalore
K2Kajal ClaypoolOntologies: Weather and Flight InformationMIT Lincoln Laboratory
K3Prabha SiddarthaLightning :- Impact on Aviation and its Detection MethodsHoneywell Technology Solutions Lab Pvt. Ltd
K4John GondaData Communications Departure Clearance Pilot Operational Response TimeMITRE CAASD
K5DOMINIC MARIA JOHN PAULEffective Development and Debugging through informative Verification and ValidationHONEYWELL
K6Jeuty SwargiaryEffects of requirement changes in software product life cycleHoneywell Techonology Solutions
K7Brian ButkaAdvanced Verification Methods and Safety Critical HardwareEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical University
K8Sergio TorresAssessing Tracker Performance in a Multi-Sensor EnvironmentLockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Solutions – Civil
L1Krishnan BalakrishnanA Framework for Performance Modeling of SWIMThe MITRE Corporation
L2Ian WilsonNetwork Enabled Operations for Collaborative Information SharingThe Boeing Company
L3David DominoCDTI Enabled Delegated Separation (CEDS) in the Vertical Domain: Initial Feasibility Assessment by PilotsMITRE Corporation Center for Advanced Aviation System Development
L4Izabela GheorghisorCompatibility Considerations for Airport Surface Wireless Networks in the 5091-5150 MHz BandThe MITRE Corporation
L5Mohamed MahmoudiEMID: A mobile Multi-Information Display System for Surveillance DataEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical University
L6Paul ComitzNetwork Enabled Operations Spiral IIThe Boeing Company Advanced Air Traffic Management
L7Frank O’ConnorATC Data Link Triple Stack (FANS, ATN/OSI, ATN/IPS)Airtel ATN
M1Andrew AslingerEnabling a Modernized NAS ATM Infrastructure in support of Trajectory Based OperationsLockheed Martin
M2Sanjiv ShrestaEvaluating Intervention Strategies for Metering in the Presence of Trajectory UncertaintyMITRE/CAASD
M3Phil RailsbackMeasuring the Time-Evolution of Flight Planning UncertaintyMITRE Center for Advanced Aviation System Design (CAASD)
M4Gunnar SchwochEstimating requirements and costs of 4D ATM in high density Terminal AreasDeutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V.
M5Anuja MahashabdeBridging the Gap between Air Transportation System Simulation Tools and Environmental Models for NextGen Benefits AssessmentMITRE Corporation
M6Albert HerndonFlight Management Computer (FMC) Navigation Database CapacityThe MITRE Corporation
M7Samet AyhanArchival Service in the Aviation DomainThe Boeing Company
M8Barbara JandlA Comparison of Noise Abatement Procedures Using Radar Data and Simulated Flight TrajectoriesUniversity of Salzburg
N1Akira KondoRevisiting a taxi-out time in the ASPM EnvironmentFederal Aviation Administration
N2Peng WeiWorkload Comparison Between Sectorized Air Traffic Control and Stream ManagementPurdue University
N3Feng ChengModelling the Effect of Weather Conditions in Sample Day Selection Using a Mixed-Integer Programming MethodFederal Aviation Administration
N4Maria AsencioA k-means clustering approach for analysis of convective weather impact in the NASMosaic ATM , Inc
N5Ralf H. MayerChange-Oriented Aircraft Fuel Burn and Emissions Assessment MethodologiesThe MITRE Corporation
N6Lance SherryAnatomy of Airline Passenger Trip DelaysGMU Center for Air Transportation Systems Research
N7Prabhakar ThyagarajanImplementing Airport Terminal Gates in NAS –wide simulationsFederal Aviation Administration
O1Robin GharianiHazardous Cargo Information Management via the Flight ObjectThe MITRE Corporation
O2Balamurugan ManickamAbnormal Takeoff and Landing Notification SystemHoneywell Technology Solutions
O3PERUMAL KUMAROptimization for Localizer_GlideSlope Capture Antennas for Cat III B LandingHoneywell Technology Solution Lab
O4John ShortleSafety and Sensitivity Analysis of the Advanced Airspace Concept for NextGenGeorge Mason University
O5Clark LunsfordExploring the Feasibility and Effectiveness of a Flight Deck Based Wake Turbulence Situational Awareness ToolThe MITRE Corporation
O6Max EhammerRunning IPv6 over aeronautical data linksUniversity of Salzburg
O7Ružica Vujasinovi?Volcanic Ash Events: When the role of decision maker is assigned to a pilotGerman Aerospace Center (DLR)
O8Rainer KoelleTowards a Distributed Situation Management Capability for SESAR and NextGenEUROCONTROL
P1Bernd KornStepwise Integration of UAS in non-segregated Airspace – The potential of tailored UAS ATM proceduresDLR German Aerospace Center, Institute of Flight Guidance
P2Chris WargoStandards for Unmanned Aircraft System – Defining the “Manage” RequirementsMosaic ATM, Inc.
P3Shawn HaneganEstablishing a Quantitative Approach for Assessing Ground Based Sense and Avoid SolutionsMITRE Corporation
P4Robert StammGround Based Sense and Avoid Proof of Concept DemonstrationsRaytheon Company
P5Jime GrinerOverview of Communication portion of NASA’s UAS in the NAS projectNASA – GRC
P6Jim GrinerAir-Ground Channel Measurements of UAS Control Communication SpectrumNASA – GRC
P7Steven BretmerskyUAS in the NAS: Control and Non-Payload Communications Technology EvaluationMTI Systems
P8Rafael ApazaUAS in the NAS: Control and Non-Payload Communications Modeling and Simulation ApproachNASA GRC
Q1Chris MoodyAssessing UAT Data Services Uplinked to Flight Test AircraftThe MITRE Corporation