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1 The support of an European ANSP Euromed GNSS II project/medusa Final event on GNSS for aviation Patrizio Vanni (GNSS expert) International Strategies Office MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

2 Agenda Company profile International participation on GNSS ENAV role in MEDUSA Flight validation Procedure design GNSS monitoring International framework Lessons Learnt MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

3 Company profile ENAV is the Italian Air Navigation Service Provider, playing a key role in the evolution process of the Aviation sector at national and international level Our Mission International Membership ENAV contributes to the efficiency of the national transport system, guaranteeing the safety and regularity of circulation within the Italian air space to all categories of users, respecting the international obligations of the country Such objective is to be reached by achieving the company's economic efficiency and by satisfying users needs in terms of effectiveness and quality of service The company directly provides Air Traffic Control and Air Navigation services, ensuring the highest standards in flight safety Key operational numbers Punctuality: Top Flights handled in one year Roughly 1.6 mln Peak of flights managed in one day Control Towers (TWRs) 42 Area Control Centers (ACCs) 4 Total sq km of airspace managed Air/ground contacts per year 31 mln ENAV Group Employees Hours of training imparted Roughly MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

4 Ownership and Partnership 16,67% 12,50% Engineering Maintenance, development and operative management of ATM Hardware and Software Research and Development R&D activities in the ATM domain ATM Services Provision of Air Navigation Services and Systems in the Asia Pacific area Satellite Services Service Provider of the European Satellite multimodal Service EGNOS Satellite Services ADS-B via satellite MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

5 ENAV GROUP WORLDWIDE PRESENCE ENAV provides services of Engineering, Aeronautical Consulting, Training and Flight Inspection for its customers in Italy and around the world MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

6 BLUEMED Regional ATM development project aiming towards the creation of a Functional Air Block (FAB) in the South East Mediterranean area under the Single European Sky Objectives Harmonize a large portion of the Mediterranean airspace joining the EU core area with the African and Middle-East borders Design an optimized Route Network for the upper airspace (above FL195) for the BLUE MED FAB with different implementation steps Creation of a dedicated regional PBN TF MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

7 ENAV involvement in EGNOS 1996 ENAV and ASI signed a Cooperation Agreement in the field of satellite navigation (Italian financing of the EGNOS ESA Programme and other programmes for the introduction of European GNSS in Italy) 1997 First SBAS flight trials in Ciampino 1998 Signature of the BiLateral Agreement with the European Space Agency (ESA) for the implementation of EGNOS (more than 60 M investment) 2001 ESSP foundation 2002 First SBAS flight trials supported by experimental EGNOS SiS outside EU with approaches at Cairo airport 2005 EGNOS initial Operations (ENAV operates 2 RIMS and the Ciampino MCC) 2011 First LPV procedure published by Italy 2012 PBN Plan Implementation published procedures published for 4 airports (Linate, Fiumicino, Ciampino, Venezia) MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

8 ENAV participation to GNSS Groups MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

9 ENAV role in MEDUSA ENAV participates to MEDUSA with a pool of experts in the following areas: Flight validation Procedure design Training PBN/GNSS concept GNSS Monitoring International regulations MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

10 Flight validation (1/2) Flight validation performed on the 30/31 of January for Monastir Airport Piaggio P180 Avanti II (LPV, APV-Baro capabilities) Flight Inspection System: UNIFIS 3000 FMS 3000 MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

11 Flight validation (2/2) Briefing with ATC and Procedure Designers Flight activity to validate all the available Minima Real time and post-flight immediate results De-briefing MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

12 Flight validation conclusions Procedures validated as proposed GNSS coverage within specified parameters Implementation of the procedures for operational use possible and demonstrated Further development for a Statewide implementation of GNSS procedures is encouraged EGNOS usable to further enhance the GNSS Approach capability to LPV minimum MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

13 MEDUSA Procedure design Procedure design department is developing GNSS procedures for Beirut Airport, with the following minimas: LPV LNAV/VNAV LNAV Local orography very challenging MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

14 PBN/GNSS RNP approach implementation is part of the PBN concept Step Identify Navigation Specification for Implementation 1 Agree Operational Requirement 2 Create PBN Implementation Team 3 Agree Objectives, Scope and Timescales 4 Analyze Reference Scenario 5 Safety and Perfomance Criteria 6 CNS/ATM Assumptions, Enables & Constraints 7 Design Routes and Holds 8 Initial Procedures Designs 9 Design Volumes and Sectors 10 Confirm ICAO Navigation Specification Validation and Implementation Planning 11 Validate Airspace Concept 12 Finalise Procedure Design 13a Ground Validation 13b Flight Inspection & Flight Validation 14 ATC System Integration Considerations 15 Awareness & Training Material 16 Implementation 17 Post implementation review Doc9613 PBN Manual MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

15 GNSS Monitoring (1/3) 12 th ANC recommended to publish information specifying the GNSS elements that are approved for use in the airspace MEDUSA developed a methodology for performance assessment and data recording (GPS+RAIM) Synergies with ICAO NSP GNSS Monitoring Drafting Group MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

16 GNSS Monitoring (2/3) GNSS Monitoring GNSS Performance Assessment GNSS Recording GNSS Realtime Monitoring GPS+RAIM GPS SPS GNSS interference monitoring MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

17 GNSS Monitoring (3/3) Description Status PROs CONs Target GPS+RAIM The methodology makes a performance assessment using a RAIM algorithm e demonstrate compliance of SIS towards Annex 10 Tools available that simulate RAIM algorithms Methodology developed in MEDUSA -SIS performance reports compliant to Annex 10 -RAIM is standardized (MOPS DO208) RAIM algorithms may be different from one receiver to another one Table Annex 10 Accuracy Availability Continuity Integrity GPS SPS The methodology makes a performance assessment of GPS parameters defined on SPS and included in Annex 10 FAA reports (applicable for North American region) Independent from RAIM -No methodology available today -Lot of parameters to check Sect.3.7 Annex 10 Positioning accuracy Time Transfer Accuracy Availability MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

18 International regulations Contribution of the drafting of non-eu EWA Analysis of ICAO framework MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

19 Lessons Learnt Cooperation and coordination among national stakeholder is a key enabler Sharing of experience al regional level (e.g. BLUEMED, ICAO PBN TF, etc) No PBN guru Understand international requirements Collapse it in the National framework Trade-off between technical and operational requirements pragmatic approach GNSS world is dynamic Keep an eye on evolutions and future scenarios MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June

20 MEDUSA final event on GNSS for aviation, Tunis, 04 June