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  • Presented to: By: Date: Federal Aviation Administration Weather-in-the- Cockpit Vision FAA Office of the Associate Administrator for Aviation Safety NCAR Cockpit Weather Workshop Stephen Van Trees, Manager, AIR-130 August 8-10, 2006
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 2 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Overview Purpose Justification Synopsis of Vision Operational Concept of Use Benefits Implementation Issues AVS Weather Related Documents Summary
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 3 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Purpose Define a Near-term Concept of Operational Use For Weather in The Cockpit Establish a Common Understanding of Weather in The Cockpit Provides a Foundation For Collaboration With Others in Industry, Government, Academia Todays Presentation is Intended To Start a Dialogue With Other Stakeholders
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 4 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Justification Needs exists for common situational awareness between Pilot Controller Dispatcher (Flight Service Station specialists in GA) Leads to enhanced decision making and shared responsibility in making decisions related to weather
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 5 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Shared Responsibility Flight Service Stations Airline Dispatch Air Traffic Control Pilots and Aircrews
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 6 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Benefits Safety - Prevent Weather Accidents and Fatalities Weather largest cause of GA fatalities in the U.S, 200 deaths annually Weather is causal factor more than twice as often as any other factor in GA fatal accidents Safety Mitigate cabin injuries due to turbulence Efficiency Aid in Selecting Most Cost- Effective Routes
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 7 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Synopsis of Weather-in-the-Cockpit Vision Enable flight deck weather information technologies that allow pilots and aircrews to engage in shared situational awareness and shared responsibilities with controllers, dispatchers, Flight Service Station specialists, and others, pertaining to preflight, en route, and post flight aviation safety decisions involving weather.
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 8 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 9 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Operational Concept of Use Cockpit-oriented Operational Concept Of Use Focuses On Certification Design Requirements, Flight Technical Standards, Training, and Procedures, and Weather Information Tied Together By a Network-centric Enabled Operation Such As SWIM
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 10 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 System Wide Information Management (SWIM) Private & Public Sector Ground-based Users Access Data Weather Data Integrators Weather Data Sources Air Carrier AC # 1 (In flight) Broadband & R/R DL Air carrier AC # 2 (On ground) Gate link & R/R DL General Aviation AC: Ground & In-flight Updates SWIM ** ( Secure Internet) ** - Only pre-approved and authenticated users allowed access
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 11 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Sample Weather-in-the-Cockpit Scenario
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 12 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Implementation Issues Use of Airborne Data Sensors Development of Weather Products Training and Human Factors Considerations Integration of Weather Data from Multiple Sources Determine What Weather Information is Needed By Each Group of Decision Makers
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 13 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Airborne Sensors and Comm Links Airborne Turbulence Detection System TAMDAR - Tropospheric Airborne Meteorological Data Reporting MDCRS - Meteorological Data Collection and Reporting System TAPS Turbulence AutoPIREP System Systems use both airborne sensors (cross link) and data link
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 14 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Weather Data Link Product Development & Evolution Text to Graphics (Todays First generation) Weather Trending and Probabilistic Products Fully Integrated Electronic Moving Map, Weather, Terrain, Obstacles, and Traffic Displays Depictions Present Both Permanent and Temporary Change Data To Crews in an Intuitive, Easy To Comprehend Manner
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 15 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Data Link Design Considerations Equipment and Displays with appropriate Data Link Communication Protocols Weather Products Appropriate Standards, Evaluation and Certification Archiving Onboard Data For Post-flight Retrieval and Analysis
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 16 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Strategic, Tactical, and Controlling Strategic CBs over Iowa and Nebraska, moving NE at 20 knots, tops to FL 450. Tactical IMC in 5 NM; a 180 degree turn will place aircraft in VMC Controlling Altimeter two niner seven niner (29.79) RVR Trending data for last 10 minutes shows a RVR of 400 meters, Runway 12R.
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 17 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Training and Human Factors Considerations Important to ensure proper use of tools and that tools are human-centered principles Design training on crew resource and risk management and aeronautical and pilot decision-making Design software and hardware based upon common human factor functional design standards to facilitate ease of training and use
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 18 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Shared Responsibility Information Flow Aircraft Cockpit / Flight Deck AOC Airline Dispatch & Flight Operations ATM Air Traffic Management
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 19 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Design Certification Issues Cross-FAR Part Harmonization For Crew Training and Retention Use of Color in Displays Electronic Flight Bags Advanced Display Steering Group
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 20 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Flight Standards Issues Intuitive Cockpit Display Products Need For Manufacturers And Private Sector How To Use Guidance Materials 14 CFR Part 61 Airman Training And Evaluation Standards AIM Guidance and Advisory Circulars Operational Approval Aspects That Ensure Quality And Timely Data is Available to Support Pilot Decision Making Process
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 21 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 FAA Guidance, Outreach, and Training Design Approval Guidance Weather Products and Enabling Depiction Hardware and Weather Product Software Archiving Weather Data Operational Approval Guidance For New Products and Non-government Vendors Guidance For Airman Training and Airman Evaluation Criteria FAA Safety Program Pilot Outreach Training FAA Air Carrier Pilot Outreach On Data Link Weather
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 22 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Collaborative Efforts Underway RTCA SC-206 and EUROCAE WG-44 Developing Weather and Aeronautical Information Services, Data Link Standards Efforts Supported by FAA Personnel
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 23 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 AVS Participation in Ring Criteria
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 24 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 The Future Vision Enables NGATS Weather Concept of Operations (version 1.0, May 13, 2006) International Civil Aviation Organizations (ICAO) vision for the Future Air Navigation System
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  • NCAR Weather in the Cockpit Workshop 25 Federal Aviation Administration August 8-10, 2006 Summary Presented the AVS Vision of Weather in The Cockpit Should Be Considered a Living Document Want Comments and Feedback From Other Stakeholders For Success, Need Support and Collaboration of Government, Industry, and Academia Send Additional Comments to: [email protected] [email protected]

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