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Title: NASA Aviation Safety Program


1
NASA Aviation Safety Program Weather Accident
Prevention Project Product Development Panel
Session for User Forum Aviation Weather
Opportunities for Implementation Bethesda,
Maryland July 25-26, 2000
Dr. Ron Colantonio Aviation Safety Program
Office NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland, Ohio
2
Project Goals/Objectives/Products
Develop enabling technologies to reduce
weather-related casual factors to accidents by
50 and eliminate turbulence injuries by 50 by
year 2007.
Goal Objectives Products
Provide the Flight Deck, ATM AOC with Higher
Fidelity, More Timely Intuitive Graphical
Information
Detect Mitigate Weather Hazards
1. Aviation Weather Information (i.e. in the
cockpit) technologies and system design
guidelines 2. Improved aviation weather hazard
characterization and graphical product
developments 3. Improved Electronic Pilot
Reporting/Automet technologies and design
guidelines 4. Forward-looking turbulence sensor
technologies and system design guidelines 5.
Control system design techniques for turbulence
mitigation
3
AWIN System Elements
Distribution
Presentation
Weather Products
Existing and Enhanced Weather Products
Communications Networks and Data Links
Human Factors, User Interfaces, Workload Issues
4
Aviation Weather Information Products
Presentation to Pilot
Decision Aids
User Interface
Processor
Data Link
Onboard Sensors
Position
Automet
Weather Information
Navigation Information
Flight Plan
Weather Products
Ground Wx System
Traffic
Terrain
Data Link
Special Use Airspace
Obstacles
5
Turbulence Products
Flight Management System A/C Controls/Mitigation
Schemes
Decision Aids
Presentation to Pilot
Processor
Onboard Sensors
Automet
Turbulence Information
Data Link
Turbulence Products
Data Link
Ground Wx System
Forward-Looking Sensors Radar and LIDAR
6
Technology Development Process
Establish Requirements
Survey Current Capabilities
Develop Concepts
Develop Evaluation Scenarios
Conduct Simulations
Conduct Flight Evaluations
Demonstrate Capability in Relevant Environment
7
Project Schedule and Milestones
National AWIN Capability National Datalink
Capability
Turbulence Product Integrated With AWIN
FY00
FY01
FY02
FY03
FY04
Turbulence Flight Management System Demo
Flight Demonstration Of Forward-Looking Turbulence
Warning System
Initial AWIN Concept and Forward- Looking
Turbulence Detection Flight Evaluation
International AWIN Capability International
Datalink Capability
8
Product Implementation Strategy
  • Strong Industry cost sharing through Cooperative
    Research
  • Agreements (CRA)
  • Airline/operator participation in CRAs
  • Cost/Market assessment studies funded
  • FAA/NASA Working Groups/Teams being established
  • Participation in Industry/Government working
    groups dealing
  • with technology and standards development
    RTCA, ICAO
  • Joint Safety Assessment/Implementation Teams,
    etc.
  • Strong National Turbulence Research Coalition
    assisting in
  • defining NASA direction

9
Outside Partners
Boeing
  • Over 50 different companies and other
    organizations

Honeywell
United Airlines
AATT
Fed Ex
Aviation Safety Base
Cessna
Rockwell
NTSB
AlliedSignal
Weather Accident Prevention Project
FAA

ARNAV
AF/DoD
SAIC
State Gov. Org.
American Airlines
NWS
Naval Research Lab
Lockheed
RTI
NCAR
CTI
GTRI, ODU, NCSU, MIT-LL
Aerotech
10
Project Accomplishments
  • Completed AWIN Phase 1 Cooperative Research
    Agreements
  • (50/50 Industry Cost Sharing) with Phase 2
    Agreements
  • ramping up.
  • NASA 757 aircraft preparation nearly complete
    for Summer
  • 2000 flight experiments of an Initial AWIN,
    Forward-
  • Looking Detection and Turbulence In-Situ
    Systems.
  • FAA-NASA Weather Safety Memorandum of Agreement
    was
  • signed June 30, 2000. Formalized teaming
    arrangements is
  • starting. NOAA/NWS-NASA formal coordination to
    start soon.
  • NASA participation in FAA-NASA-Industry Joint
    Safety
  • Assessment and Implementation Teams.
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