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Air Traffic Modernization (ATM) &


Performance Based Navigation (PBN)
August 2012

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Air Traffic Management (ATM) &


Performance Based Navigation (PBN)

Why ATM & PBN?

SAFETY

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ATM & PBN The Movement is Global and Happening Now


Block Upgrades aimed at facilitating interoperability,
harmonization and modernization of air transportation
worldwide.

A phased decommissioning of VORs


should be completed by 2015.

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A phased withdrawal of CAT I ILS


should commence no later than 2012.

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ATM & PBN The Movement is Global and Happening Now

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ICAO Global Air Navigation Plan for ATM


Block 0 in 2013

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ICAO Global Air Navigation Plan for ATM

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Block 0 in 2013

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= ATM & PBN Enabled by Honeywell Technology or Expertise

- Operational approval submittal


package for AC90-101
compliance & FAA
coordination
- Timely and efficient integration
of requirements into current
flight operations

Consultancy Services

Operational Approval

RNP Benefits

- Record keeping of operators RNP AR


operations

RNP Monitoring

- Initial validation of all public RNP AR


procedures & validation every 28 day
cycle

Validation

Procedure and Database

RNP Operations

Honeywell & Hughes Offer a Broad Basis of RNP


Expertise
Aircraft Equipage

Honeywell Equipment
- FMS software upgrades to bring
low RNP capability to most
Honeywell equipped aircraft
Inertial Reference Units
WAAS GPS
Display Systems
EGPWS
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- Reduced Operating Costs


- Better Access
- Increased Safety
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PBN Specifications Overview

ENROUTE

1xRNP

ANP (NM)

2xRNP

PBN Containment Limits are 2xRNP


2xRNP
FMC position

Desired track

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Containment limit

RNP-x is aircraft
path conformance
with accuracy x or
better, 95% of the
time.
Example: RNP-1
states that the
aircraft is within a
radius of 1 nautical
mile, 95% of the
time.

Containment limit

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PBN On-Board Accuracy Monitoring & Reporting

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Inefficient Routings are Eliminated via PBN

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PBN = Accuracy and Repeatability

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Aircraft fly a specific path between 3-dimensionally defined points in space


Lateral ground track with Vertical path guidance
Navigational performance monitoring and alerting

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PBN Facilitates Accuracy, Safety, & Capacity

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Leveraging PBN for Departure Benefits (SID)

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KDFW replaced conventional ground based departures with RNAV based departures
and increased the efficiency of their airspace.

The Q
Q--Route achieves a 34 NM savings in
track miles per flight. This is a 6% reduction
of the overall distance.
A 5 minute reduction of flying time is
realized using the QQ-Route.
This equates to a fuel savings of
approximately 300lbs per flight.
(A320/B737)
Q-Routes are not subject to Ground
Ground--based
Navigation Aid failures or outages.

Legacy GroundGround-based
Navaid Route
641 NM track miles

Leveraging PBN for Enroute Benefits


Existing Q-Route in United States

Satellite--based
Satellite
Q-Route
606 NM track
miles

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Leveraging PBN for Arrival Benefits (STAR)

PDX
PDX

PDX

Ground Tracks for PBN RNAV based flight patterns


PDX

Altitude
(ft MSL)
< 2,000
2,000 4,000
4,000 6,000
6,000 8,000
8,000 10,000
10,000 24,000
> 24,000

Track
Color

Altitude
(ft MSL)
< 2,000

Leveraging PBN for Arrival Benefits (STAR)

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Track
Color

Ground Tracks for conventional ground based and radar vector flight patterns

PDX

PDX

2,000 4,000
4,000 6,000
6,000 8,000
8,000 10,000
10,000 24,000
> 24,000

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Case Studies & Examples

Newark/New York Airspace Redesign

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Improved Access
Lower Minimums

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GLS RW 11 308/5000

PBN = Operational Benefit

ILS RW 11 580/5000
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RNAV (RNP) Minimums 277/1

PBN = Operational Benefit

PSP VORVOR-B Approach


VOR approach minimums: 1826/3

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GBAS
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The Precision Approach


for the Future

Ni Bi International Airport
Current Operations

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Current Operational Environment :


Runways:
11L/29R - 10,499ft x 148ft
11R/29L - 12,467ft x 148ft
Approaches:
ILS DME 11L, 11R (CAT II)
VOR DME 11L, 11R, 29L, 29R
NDB 11L, 29R
SIDs & STARs:
4 STARs (path based)
4 SIDs (path based)

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Current
Infrastructure
Ni Bi International
Airport
VVNB

Ni Bi International Airport (VVNB)


Current SIDs
Current Departures:
1. VORs & NDBs are
mandatory (NOB, VPH,
KW)
2. Requires tight aircraft
performance to maintain
clear of special use
airspace per SID

SIDs in WHITE
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Current
Arrival and Transitions:
1. VORs & NDBs are
mandatory (VPH, NOB,
CAB, BQ, MC, KW)
2. Requires tight aircraft
performance to maintain
clear of special use
airspace per STAR

Ni Bi International Airport
Current STARs

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Performance Based
Navigation Benefits
Ni Bi International
Airport
VVNB

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Ni Bi International Airport - STAR


PBN Concept

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Optimize profile descents apply vertical features to current STARs that have
demonstrated benefits in previous implementations:
1. ~600lbs of fuel savings per flight
2. Reduced ATC/Pilot communications by up to 70%
3. Reduced Noise impacts for the communities
4. Flight time reductions of ~2mins per flight
5. Flight Idle descents from cruise flight to short final
6. Avoids Restricted/Prohibited Airspace

Ni Bi International Airport (VVNB)


RNAV STARS Optimized Profile Descents

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From the Optimized Profile Descents, new waypoints can be added to allow for multiple
approach transitions to a single or multiple runways. This provides greater flexibility and
predictability for ATC and Pilots.

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A GBAS/GLS final
approach segment
provides precision
landing minimums

Ni Bi International Airport (VVNB)


GBAS/GLS Approach

Radius--to
Radius
to--fix turns are
used to avoid
prohibited airspace

GBAS/GLS with RNP


fusion provides:
Improved access
Increased safety
Lower Minimums

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Ni Bi International Airport (VVNB)


Modification of Existing STARs

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The current arrivals could be modified to provide additional flexibilities to Noi Bai.
Examples Include:
1. Use RNAV (RNP) with repeatable curved paths to each runway end.
2. Use RNAV (RNP) to shorten flight tracks to each runway end.

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Ni Bi International Airport (VVNB)


RNAV Runway Transitions

RNAV paths from current arrivals could serve


multiple runways, or provide multiple transitions to
the same runway

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Ni Bi International Airport (VVNB)


GBAS/GLS Approach

A reduction of 10 NM for an average


aircraft configuring for approach saves:
Three minutes of flight time
82.7 kilograms of fuel
104 litres of fuel

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RNAV (RNP) can curve the final approach to begin on the downwind leg and provide
lateral and vertical guidance to the runway end or to a GLS intercept.
A GNSS approach with a 4 NM final would save 10.6 NM per flight.
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Legacy GroundGroundbased Navaid Route


(W1)
690 NM track miles

Satellite--based
Satellite
Q-Route
658 NM track
miles

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A direct Q
Q--route over Laos
and Cambodia would net a 67
NM savings in track miles
from a W1 routing .
A reduction of 8 minutes of
flying time and 450 lbs of fuel
savings per flight would be
gained versus using the W1
routing.

The Q
Q--Route achieves a 32 NM
savings in track miles per flight
versus the W1 routing.
This results in a 5% reduction of the
overall distance flown.
A 4 minute reduction of flying time is
realized using the QQ-Route.
This equates to a fuel savings of
approximately 250 lbs per flight.
(A320/B737)

PBN Enroute Benefits Between


Ni Bi & Tn Sn Nht International Airports (VVNB-VVTS)

Direct QQ-Route
623 NM track
miles

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Ni Bi International Airport (VVNB)


GBAS/GLS Approach RW 11 L/R RW 29 L/R

1. Use RNAV (RNP) with repeatable curved paths to each


runway end.

The current arrivals could be utilized to provide additional flexibilities


to Noi Bai.
Examples Include:

RF turn transitions can


provided defined
separation between
airspace or airports

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Ni Bi International Airport
Runway 11 L/R Dual Feed

A reduction of 10nm for an average aircraft configuring for this


approach saves:
2.86 minutes of flight time
182lbs of fuel
27.5 gallons

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Current
Infastructure
Nng
International Airport
VVDN

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Nng International Airport (VVNB)


Current SIDs
Current Departures:
1. VORs & NDBs are
mandatory (DAN, DJ)
2. Requires tight aircraft
performance to maintain
clear of special use
airspace per SID

SIDs in WHITE
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Nng International Airport (VVNB)


Current STARs
Current
Arrival and Transitions:
1. VORs & NDBs are
mandatory (DAN, DJ)
2. Requires tight aircraft
performance to maintain
clear of special use
airspace per STAR

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Performance Based
Navigation Benefits
Nng
International Airport
VVDN

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GLS Final Approach


segments

Nng International Airport (VVDN)


GBAS/GLS Approach

Existing waypoints
seamlessly connect
into current airspace
structure

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RF turn to final
provides for a precise
path

Nng International Airport (VVDN)


RW 35L / 35R GBAS/GLS Approach

Staggered final segments


allow for future
simultaneous dependent
parallel approaches

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Satellite--based
Satellite
Q-Route
332 NM track
miles

A direct Q
Q--route over
Cambodia would net a 27 NM
savings in track miles from a
W1 routing.
A reduction of 4 minutes of
flying time and 184 lbs of fuel
savings per flight would be
gained versus using the W1
routing.

The Q
Q--Route achieves a 21 NM
savings in track miles per flight
versus the W1 routing.
This results in a 5% reduction of the
overall distance flown.
A 3 minute reduction of flying time is
realized using the QQ-Route.
This equates to a fuel savings of
approximately 137 lbs per flight.
(A320/B737)

PBN Enroute Benefits Between


Nng & Tn Sn Nht International Airports (VVDN-VVTS)
Legacy GroundGroundbased Navaid
Route (W1)
353 NM track miles

Direct QQ-Route
326 NM track
miles

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Time & Distance Savings


Performance Based Navigation

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RNAV (RNP) can curve the final approach to begin on the downwind leg and provide
Track
MileendSavings
lateral and vertical guidance
to the runway
or to a GLS intercept. This approach with
a 4nm final would save ~10.6nm per flight.

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Time & Fuel Savings


Performance Based Navigation
A reduction of 10nm for an average aircraft configuring for approach saves:
Track
2.86 minutes of flight
time Mile Savings
182lbs of fuel
27.5 gallons

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Stabilized Approaches
Performance Based Navigation
The current arrivals could be utilized to provide additional flexibilities.
Examples Include:
1. Use RNAV (RNP) with repeatable curved paths to each runway end.
2. Use RNAV (RNP) to shorten flight tracks to each runway end.
3. Use RNAV (RNP) to provide new tracks to each runway .

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Current
Infrastructure
Tn Sn Nht
International Airport
VVTS
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Tn Sn Nht International Airport (VVTS)


Current Operations

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Current Operational Environment :


Runways:
07L/25R - 10,000ft x 148ft
07R/25L - 12,467ft x 148ft
Approaches:
ILS DME 25L, 25R
VOR DME 07L, 07R, 25L, 25R
NDB 07L, 07R, 25L, 25R
SIDs & STARs:
1 STAR (path based)
3 SIDs (path based)

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Tn Sn Nht International Airport (VVTS)


Current Operations
Current Departures:
1. VORs & NDBs are mandatory
(TSN, VTV, GN, SG, AC)
2. Require tight aircraft
performance to maintain clear
of prohibited, danger and
restricted areas and perform
per SID

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Tn Sn Nht International Airport (VVTS)


Current Operations
Current Arrival and
Transitions:
1. VORs & NDBs are
mandatory (TSN, AC)

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Performance Based
Navigation Benefits
Tn Sn
S n Nht
Nh t
International Airport
VVTS

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Tn Sn Nht International Airport (VVTS)


Multiple Transition OPD

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Optimize profile descents apply vertical features to current


STARs that have demonstrated benefits in previous
implementations:
1. ~600lbs of fuel savings per flight
2. Reduced ATC/Pilot communications by up to 70%
3. Reduced Noise impacts for the communities
4. Flight time reductions of ~2mins per flight
5. Flight Idle descents from cruise flight to short final

VTV VOR
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LANHI

RNAV (RNP) can curve the final approach


to begin on the downwind leg and provide
lateral and vertical guidance to the runway
end or to a GLS intercept. This approach
with a 4nm final would save ~10.6nm per
flight.

Tn Sn Nht International Airport (VVTS)


RF Transitions 4sm

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SAPEN

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RNAV paths from current arrivals could serve


multiple runways, or provide multiple transitions to
the same runway

4.0 NM GLS Final


Approach segment

Tn Sn Nht International Airport (VVTS)


GBAS/GLS Approach

Airspace Challenged
Environment
SmartPath Precision
Final Landing
minimums
Coupled Automatic
Landing
Existing IAF waypoints
seamlessly connect
into current airspace
structure

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Tn Sn Nht International Airport (VVTS)


RW 25L / 25R GBAS/GLS Approach

RF turn to final
provides for a precise
path avoiding
prohibited airspace

GBAS/GLS with RNP


fusion provides:
Improved access
Increased safety
Lower Minimums
Prohibited Airspace

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Tn Sn Nht International Airport (VVTS)


Optimized Profile Decent

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From the Optimized Profile Descents, new waypoints can be added to allow for multiple
approach transitions to a single or multiple runways. This provides greater flexibility and
predictability for ATC and Pilots.

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1. Use RNAV (RNP) with repeatable curved paths to each


runway end.

The current arrivals could be utilized to provide additional flexibilities


to Tansonnhat.
Examples Include:

Tn Sn Nht International Airport (VVTS)


Use of RF Transitions
RF turn transitions can
provided defined
separation between
airspace or airports

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Tn Sn Nht International Airport (VVTS)


RW 25 L/R Transitions
RNAV Approach from the downwind

VTV VOR

LANHI

RNAV paths from current arrivals could serve


multiple runways, or provide multiple transitions to
the same runway

Tn Sn Nht International Airport (VVTS)


Use of RF Transitions

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SAPEN

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Reduced Track Miles

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The current arrivals could be utilized to provide additional flexibilities to Tansonnhat.


Examples Include:
1. Use RNAV (RNP) with repeatable curved paths to each runway end.
2. Use RNAV (RNP) to shorten flight tracks to each runway end.

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Tn Sn Nht International Airport (VVTS)


Reduced Environmental Impact
RNAV (RNP) can curve the final approach to begin on the downwind leg and provide
lateral and vertical guidance
to the runway
or to a GLS intercept. A GNSS approach
Track
MileendSavings
with a 4nm final would save ~10.6nm per flight.

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Tn Sn Nht International Airport (VVTS)


Real Savings
A reduction of 10nm for an average aircraft configuring for approach saves:
2.86 minutes of flight time
Track Mile Savings
182lbs of fuel
27.5 gallons

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A direct Q
Q--route over Laos and Cambodia
would net a 67 NM savings in track miles
from a W1 routing .
A reduction of 8 minutes of flying time and
450 lbs of fuel savings per flight would be
gained versus using the W1 routing.

The Q
Q--Route achieves a 31 NM savings in
track miles per flight versus the W1 routing.
This results in a 5% reduction of the overall
distance flown.
A 4 minute reduction of flying time is realized
using the QQ-Route.
This equates to a fuel savings of
approximately 250 lbs per flight. (A320/B737)

Legacy GroundGround-based
Navaid Route (W1)
690 NM track miles

Leveraging PBN for Enroute Benefits


Potiental Q-Route for Vietnam

Direct QQ-Route
623 NM track
miles

Satellite--based
Satellite
Q-Route
658 NM track
miles

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3
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2
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How do we
augment GPS for
precision
approach?

Ground Based Augmentation System (GBAS)

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2
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2
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SmartPath GBAS Value Summary


SmartPath Improves Safety

SmartPath Unlocks Capacity

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Variable glide slopes, RNAV/RNP to GLS finals


Airline fuel & emission savings, increased schedule flexibility, avoid noise violations
Airports increased capacity and schedule flexibility, improved community relations

Environmentally Friendly: Reduced Noise / Shorter Routes

One SmartPath GBAS Station serves all runways, initial acquisition cost is lower
Lower maintenance costs / Lower flight inspection costs

Lower Life-cycle Cost: SmartPath is More Cost Efficient Than ILS

Offers precision approach where ILS cannot due to geography


Enables flexible approaches (26), improved accuracy versus ILS
Airport benefits from increased revenue (landings fees, concessions, etc.) and cost
avoidance (capacity increase w/o adding runways)

Increased Airport Capacity:

FAA Certification Pedigree


Signal Stability (immune to signal bends inherent in ILS)
Wake Vortex Mitigation Customizable Glide Paths / Approaches

Enhanced Safety:

2
.

Why augment
GPS for precision
approach?

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What is a SmartPath GBAS?

Differential GPS (DGPS) Control &


VHF Data Broadcast (VDB) Cabinet

Air Traffic Control Status


Unit (ATSU)
SLS Status Panel installed in
Air Traffic Control Tower or
other location

ILS look alike


Glideslope
Localizer

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VHF Data Broadcast


(VDB) Antenna

Honeywells SmartPath is the first, and only, FAA-approved CAT-I GBAS


It will provide CAT I/II/III precision approach and landing capability

Remote Satellite
Measurement Unit (RSMU)
Integrity Monitoring Algorithms
FAA-certified DO-278 Software
Maintenance Data Terminal (MDT)

GLS GPS Landing System


ILS Instrument Landing
System

HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL
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GLS Uses Existing Aircraft Architecture Reduces


Training Costs & Maximizes Operational Benefits

GPS Receiver packaged in an


environmentally protective
enclosure
Multi-path Limiting Antenna
Requires site survey and placement
against siting/installation criteria

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Flexible Approaches
& Glidepaths

Additional GBAS Benefits

No ILS Clearzones
Required

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for final approach segment

- RNAV/RNP for curved segments/GLS

NM or more

- ILS: stabilized on the localizer at 10

RNP minimums 250


RNP is a non-precision approach
GLS minimums 200 Cat I
Cat II/III 2012-2014
GLS is precision approach

segments as close as 4NM

- GLS: multiple final approach


-

- RNP .3NM: RNP/AR


- GLS final: no RNP/AR
implementation

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- RNAV/GLS fastest/easiest
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Variable GLS segments


(as close as 4NM from
landing threshold)

RNAV/RNP & GLS Fusion Maximizes Operational Benefits


RNP curved
approach

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GLS Allows for Programmable Touchdown Points and GS

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ILS
Touchdown
Point

An ILS system provides a single fixed vertical path. GBAS provides a variable precision
path that allows an airport to perform routine maintenance on any runway without
unnecessary runway closure while supporting traffic separation.

GLS
Programmable
Touchdown
Point

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GLS Allows for Programmable Touchdown Points and Path


Honeywell SmartPath System

GLS
Programmable
Touchdown
Point

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ILS Touchdown
Point

GLS
Programmable
Touchdown
Point

GLS Capabilities: Definable Touchdown Point


An ILS system provides a single defined vertical path that places the aircraft at the same
point on the runway each landing. However, SmartPath GLS approaches can provide
variable geometric paths and multiple touchdown points to the same runway.

GLS
Programmable
Touchdown
Point

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Differential Corrections,
Integrity Status and
Approach Coordinates

DGPS
Computes
Differential
Corrections
Provides Integrity
Check
Provides Approach
Coordinates

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A-380 GLS Option


A-320 GLS option
A-340 GLS option
A-330 GLS option
A-350 GLS Basic

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CAT-III
Certification

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Multi-GNSS
2020+

Germany
Australia

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Transmitter Receiver
Encoder
Decoder
DGPS Differential GPS
MMR Multi-Mode Receiver (GPS, VDB, ILS,
etc)
VDB VHF Data Broadcast (Link to aircraft)

Broadcast Information

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GBAS Certification Timeline


2011

CAT-II
FAA CAT-III
w/Iono Monitor Procurement
FAA CAT-III Prototype Software (Ground)

CAT-III (GAST-D)
Development

USA

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GPS Antenna
MMR
Aircraf
t
Aircraft
Surfac
Autopil
esGPS error corrections,
integrity, AND path
ot
DATALINK VHF Data Broadcast
(VDB)
points
Local Ground Facility
Data Broadcast
Monitor

737NG GLS forward fit,


retrofit
787 GLS basic
747-8 GLS basic

GBAS Guidance Implementation

Cock
pit
Displ
ays

GPS

Antenna

Pilot
Interface

Timeline

Honeywell
SmartPath CAT-I
(2009)

ICAO GAST-D
Requirements
(2010)

Ground System
Certifications

Planned

Complete

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GBAS: Clear FAA Funded Path to CAT-III Certification

Legend

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BSD1

Lets move this section right after the sales section and before the RFI and iono sections...

SmartPath Certification
Process

Slide 75
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- can we add a slide detailing FAA investements that are current and future monies that we will receive and what the fundings are used
for?
- lets add an arrow for HON CATIII STRAP investment to timeline slide
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CAT-I Certification Phases


System Design Approval (SDA) Manufacturer
Ground station system design meets requirements
Developed to appropriate design assurance levels

Facility Approval Owner/ANSP/Airport


VDB = VHF Data Broadcast (i.e. ground-to-airborne signal in space)

Ground station installed


Flight test completed, approach flyability, VDB coverage
ANSP = Air Navigation Service Provider (e.g. FAA in the U.S.)

Maintenance technicians trained, certified

Service Approval Operator/Airline


Aircraft equipped
Pilot, crews trained

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SmartPath: Worlds First, FAA-Approved and Intl CAT-I GBAS

SmartPath Certifications
First To Certify:
Bremen Germany; German Type Approval received 30 Nov
1st International Certification of SmartPath
Sydney Australia Q1 2012
Newark New Jersey Q2 2012
Malaga Spain Q4 2012
Brazil Q2 2013

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Summary/Discussion

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The GBAS Era is here


Air Navigation Service Providers (e.g. FAA, AsA, DFS, AENA),
OEMs, and Airlines recognize the Value Proposition
A single SmartPath at an airport
Provides precision approach to all runway ends
Replaces multiple ILSs
Enables numerous additional air operations
Provides precision approach where an ILS cannot
System siting, operation, and maintenance very efficient
SmartPath received FAA approval
Growth to Cat II/III
Airborne equipage increasing
Global GBAS/GLS realization is accelerating- now is the time to
incorporate GBAS into your plans
Honeywell can provide a total Performance Based Navigation
solution providing value to ANSPs, airlines, and the flying public
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