ATM Information Management

ATM Information Management

ATM Information Management is a domain highly critical for air traffic controllers, with new technologies, new protocols and procedures for data transmission, cybersecurity issues and automation, just to name a few, transforming the way information is managed within the ATM domain that we know today. Information management is one of the cornerstone of the ICAO Global Air Navigation Plan (GANP), and it is also at the centre of the realization of the vision established by the ICAO Global ATM Operational Concept (GATMOC).

 

ATM INFORMATION MANAGEMENT encompasses everything from the concept of Flight and Flow Information for a Collaborative Environment (FF-ICE), to System Wide Information Management (SWIM) and to Trajectory-based Operations (TBO). The management of ATM information is a key enabler for future demands on airspace and airport capacity. ATM Information Management cannot function alone; it is therefore why the domain is closely link with ATM Operations, Aircraft Operations and system engineering.

 

What falls under ATM Information Management?

According to the Information Management Panel (IMP) and the ATM Requirements and Performance Panel (ATMRPP), the following areas of expertise are an integral part of ATM Information Management (ICAO, 2020):

  • The development of a global, harmonised and interoperable approach and the associated concepts, necessary to ensure an effective management of information, including identifying the need for new information exchange formats, on a system-wide basis within the Air Navigation System.
  • A global approach on Information Management, essential to ensure global interoperability and standardisation across all data domains and to support activities such as FF-ICE, the evolution of meteorology-related data towards digital information exchange and a NOTAM system appropriate to these new concepts.
  • The SWIM concept and its components (e.g. technical resources such as information models and associated exchange formats, service models, governance functions and structure etc.) as an integral part of ATM Information Management.
  • Information Management processes in the field of ATM, and the associated transition to national data domain specific systems ( Flight, Meteorology, Airport or AIS) to a cross data domain IM system, and the operational use of information supplied.
  • The definition and elaboration of ATM information management concepts, functions and processes required to provide accredited, quality-assured and timely information, required by actors within the air navigation system and used to support operations (including FF-ICE, digital meteorology information exchange and the modernization of the NOTAM system) on a system-wide basis, including avionics.
  • Service requirements necessary to maintain ATM information security, integrity, confidentiality and availability and to mitigate the risks of intentional disruption and/or changes to safety critical ATM information.
  • The Development of an ATM information service architecture.

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ATM Information Management 51

  1. AAS 1.12 AIRCRAFT FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  2. AAS 1.16 FUTURE WEATHER DISTRIBUTION
  3. AAS 1.20 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND MACHINE LEARNING IN ATC
  4. AAS 1.8 4D TRAJECTORY CONCEPTS/MANAGEMENT
  5. ADME 2.10 NEW TECHNOLOGY APPROACH & LANDING AIDS
  6. Airframe Based Weather Reporting Systems
  7. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in ATC
  8. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in ATC
  9. Artificial Intelligence Development in ATM and Legal Issues
  10. ATFM and A-CDM Implementation in Asia
  11. ATS 3.1 REPLACEMENT FLIGHT PLANS
  12. ATS 3.13 VIRTUAL CENTERS AND FUNCTIONAL AIRSPACE BLOCKS
  13. ATS 3.31 DYNAMIC SLOT TRADING PROCESS
  14. ATS 3.33 RELAY OF FLIGHT INFORMATION FROM AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE TO AIRCRAFT
  15. ATS 3.38 FLIGHT PLANNING ACCURACY AND IMPACTS ON THE ATM SYSTEM
  16. ATS 3.43 HELICOPTERS: DISCRETE IDENTIFICATION IN FLIGHT PLANS
  17. ATS 3.5 PROVISION OF OPERATIONAL AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION
  18. Big Data
  19. Collaborative Decision Making
  20. Compatibility in Clearances Issued
  21. Cybersecurity
  22. Development of Policy on the Method of Identifying Replacement Flight Plans
  23. Digitising Flight Progress Strip Displays
  24. Flight and Flow – Information for a Collaborative Environment (FF-ICE)
  25. Flight Planning Impacts on the ATM System
  26. Future Aviation Weather Information and Distribution
  27. General Considerations on the Implact of U-Space Dynamic Airspace Reconfiguration on ATS Units
  28. IFATCA’s Vision for the Future of Air Traffic Management (ATM)
  29. Incorporating Cybersecurity into Unlawful Interference Policy
  30. Interoperability Between Different Flight Data Exchange Systems
  31. Investigate 4D Trajectory Concepts
  32. Investigate a Possible Future Air Traffic Management Concept
  33. Investigate the Subject of Computer Virus
  34. Notification of Aircraft Equipment on Flight Plans
  35. Policy Review AAS 1.8 – 4D Trajectory Concepts / Management
  36. Provision of Operational Aeronautical Information
  37. Regulation in Air Traffic Management
  38. Review of IFATCA Policy Concerning Helicopter Operations
  39. Review of the IFATCA Vision Document
  40. Review of WC 10.2.11 – The Free Flight Concept
  41. Study Air Traffic Flow Management
  42. Study Merging and Sequencing Concepts
  43. Study of Automation – Controller Training
  44. Study of User Driven Prioritisation Process (UDPP)
  45. Study Route Clearances and Associated Requirements
  46. Study the Concept of Block Upgrades
  47. SWIM Technical and Legal Issues
  48. The “Free Flight Concept” – Human Factors Considerations
  49. TPM Review – ATS (Major Edit)
  50. TPM Review – Helicopter Operations
  51. Vision for the Human in the Future ATM System

Last Update: September 19, 2020  

October 27, 2019   2002   superman    WIKI  

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