1 Air Traffic Management Transforming Air Traffic Management
2 T rans f orming A ir Today s airspace users are grappling with the air traffic control system s inability to manage an ever-growing amount of traffic. Outdated infrastructure and operating methods hamper the industry s ability to operate efficiently. Boeing is working with partners around the world to improve today s global air traffic management (ATM) system to enhance safety, improve operational and environmental efficiency and prepare for the expected growth in global air travel. A transformational ATM solution is needed in order to optimize and enhance the efficiency of the worldwide system. The Boeing vision of a transformational system is based on satellite-based navigation that takes advantage of sophisticated airplane flight management systems and other advanced technologies. Key elements of the future transformational system include digital command and control, trajectory-based operations, satellite-enabled technology and the integration of ground-based systems supporting the capabilities of modern airplanes and secure network-centric operations. Boeing is committed to transforming the current ATM system into a system that can meet expanding needs for decades to come. Global Industry Contracts SE A Boeing-led industry team was awarded a major research and development support contract, called Systems Engineering 2020, valued at $1.7 billion for the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The contract is designed to help the agency move from NextGen concepts to solutions that can be implemented in the near term. SESAR. Boeing is an associate member of the Joint Undertaking for Europe s nextgeneration ATM system, Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR). Boeing is a subcontractor to Airbus and Selex in multiple work packages, working to ensure interoperability with the U.S. NextGen program. SWIM. Boeing successfully completed a contract with the FAA to develop the SystemWide Information Management (SWIM) system that will allow data to be moved seamlessly among legacy, enduring and future ATM systems. Boeing also completed an equivalent project in Europe, called SWIM-SUIT, to ensure integration between the U.S and European systems. PBN. Boeing ATM expertise is being used to develop and deploy performance-based navigation (PBN) around the world, working closely with airlines, airports, air navigation service providers and regulators. Volpe. Boeing ATM expertise is being used to design, develop, deploy and integrate future NextGen systems, capabilities and concepts. The research and development efforts performed under this contract supports NextGen which leverages new technologies to transform the U.S. National Airspace System into a safer, more secure system while improving the capacity of air transportation system.
3 T ra f f ic M anagement Boeing s Portfolio of ATM Capabilities Research and Development Transformational ATM concepts, global interoperability, small unmanned aircraft systems and airspace, 4-dimensional (4D) trajectories, Network-Enabled Operations (NEO) Airspace Design En route, terminal and departure procedures, flexible use of airspace, air traffic control and pilot procedures, advanced arrivals Navigation Services Performance-based Navigation including Area Navigation (PNAV), Required Navigation Performance (RNP), Tailored Arrivals (TA), Standard Instrument Departures (SID), Standard Terminal Arrival Routes (STAR), terminal approaches, InFlight Optimization Services Modeling and Simulation National Flow Model (NFM), Total Airspace and Airport Modeler (TAAM) Traffic Flow Management Flight planning and flight optimization Airplane Equipage Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast in/out (ADS-B), Heads-up Display (HUD), Electronic Flight Bag (EFB), Future Air Navigation System (FANS), avionics upgrades and retrofits, airground compatibility Air-Ground Systems Integration Data Communications (DataComm), Future Air Navigation System (FANS), standards, human factors and prototypes System-Wide Information Management Architecture development, system integration, operating platform development Airport Consultation Air and surface operations assessments
4 anagement Design for the Environment Boeing has successfully incorporated environmental considerations in all its activities; design through production, in-service operations and the end-of-life of our products and services. Improving fuel consumption and reducing CO2 emissions is at the core of our efforts. The International Air Transport Association estimates that ATM improvements alone could raise fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions by up to 12 percent. By implementing ATM technologies such as performance-based navigation and InFlight Optimization Services, ATM improvements can be made today. The Boeing Advantage As an airplane manufacturer and provider of aviation support and services around the globe, Boeing is uniquely qualified to leverage the high technology capabilities of Boeing airplanes. Boeing is a successful, large-scale systems integrator with decades of expertise and a history of ATM system innovation, including airspace design and analysis, avionics systems, communications, modeling and simulation, human factors, satellites, service-oriented architecture, system safety and security. Boeing has established strong partnerships across the global aerospace industry, including airlines, airports, air navigation service providers, system developers and government regulators. Over the last ten years, customers such as the U.S. FAA, SESAR Joint Undertaking, U.S. Department of Transportation and NASA, have partnered with Boeing to deliver ATM solutions. Boeing, along with wholly-owned subsidiary Jeppesen, has research facilities around the world and the ability to collaborate with industry partners globally and locally. Contact Us Through our network of global partners, Boeing can design, deploy, or modify any part or all of an ATM system. We can also provide research and development, ATM integration and implementation, satellite-enabled infrastructure and deployment around the world. Please contact us by at
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