The routing and planning functions of A-SMGCS provide the automatic generation of taxi routes, with the corresponding estimated taxi time and management of potential conflicts. Taxi routes may be manually modified by the air traffic controller before being assigned to aircraft and vehicles. These routes shall be available in the flight data processing system.
The A-SMGCS routing and planning function shall calculate the most operationally relevant route as free as possible of conflicts which permits the aircraft to go from stand to runway, from runway to stand or any other surface movement.
The controller working position shall allow the air traffic controller to manage surface route trajectories.
The flight data processing system shall be able to receive planned and cleared routes assigned to aircraft and vehicles and manage the status of the route for all concerned aircraft and vehicles.
Traffic will be controlled through the use of appropriate procedures allowing the issuance of information and clearances to traffic.
Note: For this objective, there is no requirement for the use of datalink for providing clearances to the pilot or vehicle driver (e.g. D-Taxi).
NOTE FOR MILITARY AUTHORITIES: It is the responsibility of each Military Authority to review this ESSIP Objective IN ITS ENTIRETY and address each of the SloAs that the Military Authority considers RELEVANT for itself. This has to be done on top and above of the review of "MIL" SloAs which identify actions EXCLUSIVE to MIL Authorities.
|Initial operational capability||01-01-2016||—||Applicability Area (PCP Airports)|
|Full operational capability||—||31-12-2023||Applicability Area (PCP Airports)|
|#22||Automated Assistance to Controller for Surface Movement Planning and Routing||SESAR 1||Analysis|
|S-AF2.4||Automated Assistance to Controller for Surface Movement Planning and Routing|
|REG01||Coordination and final official approval of procedures by the local regulator is required||
|ASP01||Upgrade ATS systems to support automated assistance to air traffic controllers for surface movement planning and routing||
|ASP02||Implement operational procedures implementing automated assistance to air traffic controllers for surface movement planning and routing||
|ASP03||Develop, and deliver as necessary, a safety assessment of the changes imposed by the implementation of automated assistance to air traffic controllers for surface movement planning and routing||
|ASP04||Train all operational personnel concerned in the use of automated assistance for surface movement planning and routing||
SJU - SESAR Solution 22: Data pack for automated assistance to controller for surface movement planning and routing
|ASP01, ASP02, ASP03, ASP04, REG01|