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ASAS/Airline Event agenda

The purpose of this event is to explain in high level terms what ASAS is, how it could be used in the SESAR 4D trajectory environment, probable timescales for implementation, and to concentrate on potential benefits.

10.30 – 11.00 Introduction Phil Hogge & Nico de Gelder (NLR)
• Welcome
• Why ASAS?
• What it is
• Overview of use
• Briefing on GRACE Simulations

11.00 – 11.30 4D and ASAS Andy Barff (EEC and ConOps Drafting Group)
• The SESAR 4D environment
• A phased approach (simple applications first)
• ASAS S&M in the TMA
• ASAS Separation in en-route airspace
• ASAS Self Separation in en-route airspace
• ASAS on closely spaced runways

11.30 – 12.00 UPS at Louisville, Bob Hilb (UPS)
• Number of a/c fitted
• Overview of equipment fit
• How it is used
• Practical results
• Costs and Benefits

12.00-12.30 Equipment being used by UPS Christophe Hamel (ACSS)
• Applications being used
• Certification and operational approval status
• Safety benefits on airport surface from a map and traffic displays
• Economic benefits from Merging, Spacing and CDAs
• Building individual business cases

14.00 – 14.30 Summary of Simulations, Chris Shaw (EEC)
• CoSpace S&M in TMA
• Mixed equipage
• MITRE support to UPS
• MFF Gate-to-gate
• Benefits (workload, fuel, R/W capacity)

14.30 – 16.00 GRACE simulator sessions.
Scenarios: Spacing and Merging in TMA, In Trail Follow in oceanic airspace, Self Separation in en-route airspace

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