4.1.2 Strengthen the ASEAN ATM System – Workshop 2: Airspace Design Improvements

March 04, 2019

The activity was kindly hosted by Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore from 19 to 21 February 2019 at Raffles City Convention Centre in Singapore.

The objective of the workshop:

  1. Improve the understanding and use of the ASEAN Sim&Mod function through examples of different airspace design improvement cases, together with a visit to the ATM Research Institute;

  2. Share European experiences on the preparation and conduct of airspace design improvement projects, such as Trajectory Based Operations, the implementation of Free Routes Airspace and other modern airspace design and management concepts and technologies.

 

Documents and presentation delivered during the workshop are available for viewing/download at the following link

4.2.2 Support ASEAN ATM Master Plan – workshop 2: ASEAN-wide implementation of agreed initiatives

October 15, 2018

The activity was kindly hosted by Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand in Bangkok from 10 to 12 of September 2018.

 

Support the ASEAN Member States in the continued deployment of the initiatives agreed as priorities in the ASEAN ATM Master Plan;

Share European experiences on issues that needs to be considered when handling region-wide implementation and deployment of agreed ATM improvements; and

Reach ASEAN-wide agreement on the structure and main content of the road maps required for each of the five identified priorities.

Documents and presentation delivered during the workshop are available for viewing/download at the following link

4.2.3: Support ASEAN ATM Master Plan – workshop 3: The implementation of ATFM

October 15, 2018

The activity was kindly hosted by AirNav Indonesia at the headquarter near the airport from 24 to 26 of September 2018. The objective of the workshop including:

1) Share European experiences on issues that needs to be considered when developing and running a region-wide ATFM service;

 

2) Discuss an ASEAN-wide agreement on key principles and requirements for all stakeholders involved in the application of ATFM.

The following documents were presented during the workshop

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

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4.2.3(b): Support ASEAN ATM Master Plan – Deployment of the 5 prioritised initiatives - AIDC

September 19, 2019

The activity will be kindly hosted Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur from 18 to 20 September 2019. The objectives of the workshop including:

  • Support the ASEAN Member States in the continued deployment of the initiatives agreed as priorities in the ASEAN ATM Master Plan;

  • Share European experiences on issues that needs to be considered when implementing data interchange between units equipped with automated ATS systems through presentations and discussions on issues and challenges faced in Europe when implementing OLDI;

  • Discuss the newly developed EUROCONTROL OLDI specification and its associated Guidance Material in order to share with the ASEAN experts what is considered the best practices of OLDI exchanges implementation; and

  • Develop ASEAN-wide agreement the structure and main content of the road maps for an immediate implementation and deployment of AIDC.

The following documents were presented during the implementation of activity:
 

Harmonisation Plan Templates by ASEAN Member States (AMS)

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4.2.4: Support ASEAN ATM Master Plan – Workshop 4: Transition from AIS to AIM

July 18, 2019

The activity was kindly hosted by ICAO APAC - Bangkok Regional Office from 12 to 14 of June 2019. The objective of the workshop including:

1)    To support ASEAN Member States in their continued transition from AIS to AIM, providing proposals for a structured way forward in their move to AIM. European experts will share their experiences and help develop an understanding to a greater depth of the activities needed to be undertaken to achieve the requirements of ICAO Annex 15;

2)    To provide information on the ICAO initiative to develop a Go-Team Support, a results-based implementation support process organised to provide support to Member States in their implementation of Annex 15 and PANS-AIM; and

3)    Enable participants to determine the best way forward linked to the transition from AIS to AIM, concentrating on the regional priorities set by APANPIRG in 2014 and the monitoring of the developments in the area of AIM, providing presentations on issues such as:

·    The setup and running of a Quality Management System;

·    Data Management in a digital environment; and AIM Training.

The following documents were presented during the workshop:

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4.2.5(a) :Support ASEAN ATM Master Plan – Workshop 4 The development of version 2 of the ASEAN ATM Master Plan

July 18, 2019

The activity was kindly hosted Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore from 4 to 5 of July 2019. The objective of the workshop including: 

  • To support ASEAN Member States in the planning and preparation of the development of Version 2 of the ASEAN ATM Master Plan;
     

  • To discuss possible new ATM concepts and technologies that should be included and prioritised in version 2 of the ATM Master Plan, and
     

  • To allow for a discussion amongst ASEAN experts on the overall aim of the second version of the Plan, and also to have a first discussion on possible content of the plan and its relation to the proposed new version of the ICAO Seamless ATM Plan

The following technical documents were presented during the workshop

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4.3.1 Develop tools and procedures for a Seamless ASEAN Sky: Rules and Procedures in support of the deployment of new concepts/technologies

January 01, 2019

The activity was kindly hosted by Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Name at Viet Nam Air Traffic Management Corporation from 11 to 13 December 2018. The objective of the workshop including:

  • Share European experiences on the development of rules and regulations preparing the implementation of new concepts/technologies;

  • Explain rules and regulations as they have been developed and promulgated in Europe on new concepts/technologies, such as the operations of RPAS and the implementation of Remote TWR operations.

The following documents were presented during the workshop

  1. EASA : The European Authority in aviation safety

  2. Rules and Procedures in support of the deployment of new concepts/technologies

  3. How to deal with Innovation and innovative concepts from an Regulator point of view- General approach

  4. How to deal with new operational concepts from the regulatory side- examples

  5. Safety Chain- EPAS vs SSP ATM MP vs GANP

  6. Practical example on problem tree analysis before developing a new regulation -SPI

  7. CAA Malaysia: Civil Aviation Legislation -Malaysia

  8. CAA Singapore: Regulating new ATM / CNS systems in Singapore

  9. CAA Thailand: Air Navigation Service Regulation

  10. CAA Vietnam:  Process of Rulemaking in Vietnam (Civil Aviation)

  11. Methodology for the review of ATC procedures

  12. European Plan For Aviation Safety (EPAS) and the European ATM Master Plan

  13. Regulatory framework for ATM/ANS in Europe

  14. Building a regulatory framework for ‘remote aerodrome ATS’ and Cyber Security

  15. Conclusions and Recommendations

 

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