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Advisory Council for Aviation Research and Innovation in Europe

ACARE Mobility Challenge

Royal Aeronautical SocietyFebruary, 23rd, 2016

Advisory Council for Aviation Research and Innovation in Europe

The ACARE mobility challenge

Current SRIA content with regards to mobility / integrated transport

ACARE mobility Working Group & way forward

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Content

Advisory Council for Aviation Research and Innovation in Europe

The ACARE mobility challenge

Current SRIA content with regards to mobility / integrated transport

ACARE mobility Working Group & way forward

4/7/2016 3

Content

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ACARE timeline

A comprehensive

response to Vision 2020

SRA-1

SRA-2

Addendum

2002

2004

2008

Flightpath 205015 years of

successful

lnnovation

SRIA- 2012

44/7/2016

Maintaining global leadership

& serving societys needs

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Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda

(SRIA)

Content aligned to five goals of Flightpath 2050:

Meeting Societal and Market Needs

Maintaining and Extending Industrial Leadership

Protecting the Environment and the Energy Supply

Ensuring Safety and Security

Prioritising Research, Testing Capabilities & Education

Road map for aviation research, development & innovation

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Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda

Meeting Societal & Market Needs

European citizens are able to make informed mobility choices

90% of travellers within Europe are able to complete their

journey, door-to-door within 4 hrs.

A coherent ground infrastructure is developed

Flights land within 1 minute of the planned arrival time

An air traffic management system is capable of handling 25

million flights a year in Europe

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WG1 Goals - The FP 2050 Mobility Vision

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1a European Citizens are able to make informed mobility choices and have affordable access to one

another, taking into account economy, speed and tailored level of service.

1b Travelers can use continuous, secure and robust high speed communications for added-value

applications.

2a 90% of travelers within Europe are able to complete their journey, door to door, within 4 hours.

2b Passengers and freight are able to transfer seamlessly between transport modes to reach the final

destination smoothly, predictably and on time.

3a Flights arrive within one minute of the planned arrival time regardless of weather conditions. The

transport system is resilient to disruptive events; it is capable of automatically and dynamically

reconfiguring the journey within the network to meet the needs of the traveler if disruption occurs.

3b Special mission flights can be completed in most weather and atmospheric conditions and

operational environments.

4 An air traffic management system is in place that provides a range of services to handle at least 25

million flights a year of all types of vehicles, (fixed-wing, rotorcraft) and systems (manned,

unmanned, autonomous) that are integrated into and interoperable with the overall air transport

system with 24-hour efficient operations of airports.

5 A coherent ground infrastructure has been developed including airports, vertiports and heliports with

the relevant servicing and connecting facilities to other modes as well.

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1a European Citizens are able to make informed mobility choices and have affordable access to one

another, taking into account economy, speed and tailored level of service.

1b Travelers can use continuous, secure and robust high speed communications for added-value

applications.

2a 90% of travelers within Europe are able to complete their journey, door to door, within 4 hours.

2b Passengers and freight are able to transfer seamlessly between transport modes to reach the final

destination smoothly, predictably and on time.

3a Flights arrive within one minute of the planned arrival time regardless of weather conditions. The

transport system is resilient to disruptive events; it is capable of automatically and dynamically

reconfiguring the journey within the network to meet the needs of the traveler if disruption occurs.

3b Special mission flights can be completed in most weather and atmospheric conditions and

operational environments.

4 An air traffic management system is in place that provides a range of services to handle at least 25

million flights a year of all types of vehicles, (fixed-wing, rotorcraft) and systems (manned,

unmanned, autonomous) that are integrated into and interoperable with the overall air transport

system with 24-hour efficient operations of airports.

5 A coherent ground infrastructure has been developed including airports, vertiports and heliports with

the relevant servicing and connecting facilities to other modes as well.

WG1 Goals - The FP 2050 Mobility Vision

4/7/2016

Red cannot be achieved within aviation Orange high aviation share Green mainly aviation internalColour decoding:

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A simplified journey involving air travel

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Airside ApronAirside TerminalLandside

Ticket- &

Security

Check

Information-/

Reservation

Services

Travel to

airport

Check-In /

Baggage Drop

Landside

Retail, F&B &

Services

Lounge,

Gate

Travel from

Airport

Emigration

Customer

Feedback

De-Boarding

ImmigrationBaggage

Claim

Cu

sto

ms

Anschlss

e

Home Airside Retail,

F&B & Services

& Connection

Ramp

Service

Pu

shb

ack/

Off

-Blo

ck

Taxi-Out

Take-off /

Flight /

Landing

Taxi-In

On

Blo

ck

Bus Transfer /

Boarding Bridge

Bus Transfer /

Boarding Bridge

Ramp

Service

Source: Munich Airport

Destination

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A simplified journey involving air travel

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Source: Munich Airport

Travel improvements:

Travel decisions based on

unbiased information according

individual travel preferences (e.g.

environmental footprint, cost, reliability,

punctuality, health aspects etc.)

Integrated door-to-door travel planning, booking, ticketing and payment

(one contract/ ticket for entire journey)

Door-to-door (multimodal) travel monitoring & reconfiguration reduces

uncertainty, buffers and stress

Integrated airport processes provide a hassle-free walk-through

experience

Sufficient system capacity and integration allows customers freedom of

choice and unprecedented reliability, service and punctuality levels.

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SESAR tackling the (initial) aviation part of it

Source: SESAR

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EC multimodal policy goals

WHITE PAPER FOR TRANSPORT (2011)

Seamless multimodal door-to-door travel (Initiative 22)

Prompting the development of measures and framework conditions for

further integration of transport modes and effective deployment of ITS

Vision of a complete user-friendly experience already at the planning

stage

Seamless experience including multimodal scheduling, information, online

reservation and payment systems and smart ticketing, ideally via one

website.

Vision becoming a reality by 2020 by conceptualising a framework for a

European multimodal transport information, management and payment system.

Effective and objective comparison of travel options true choice of the

better solution (be it cheaper, shorter, greener or more comfortable)

More travelers making such informed choices a more efficient European

transport system (less congestion, emissions, unnecessary costs)

Source: Geert van-der-Linden, DG MOVE, ACARE WG1 meeting

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The ACARE mobility challenge

Current SRIA content with regards to mobility / integrated transport

ACARE mobility Working Group & way forward

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Content

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Vision

Challenges

Goals

Aviation

Services

Airports European

Commission

Research

& Academia

Manufacturing

Industry

RegulatorsMember

States

EnablersInterpreting & Understanding

CapabilitiesKnowledge & Functionality

MetricsAchievements & Timing

Research Concepts, Services & Technologies

Why

What

How

When

With what

Who

SRIA Volume 1

for R&I Policy Makers

SRIA

Executive

Summary

for Policy Makers

SRIA Volume 2

for R&I Program Mngrs

FP 2050 & the SRIA a systematic approach

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Mobility goals: Enabler structure

Creating the

Basis

Aviation

Enablers

Travel Process

Management

Thorough understanding of customer

expectations as well as market & societal

opportunities and acceptance factors

RWTH

Tools for travel choice, single door-to-door

ticket, easily reconfigurable journey

Information platform for operations

Design of the transport system architecture,

assessment of new transport concepts

Mobility performance assessment &

forecasting tools, infrastructure planning

Journey monitoring, disruption & recovery

management

From airports to customer centric, optimized

and integrated air transport interface nodes

New services to airspace users,

system intelligence

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ACARE mobility R&I needs top 2 levels

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ACARE mobility R&I needs top 3 levels

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The mobility section of the SRIA is the result of a concerted effort of more

than 60 colleagues representing all relevant aviation stakeholders in WG1

In total about 450 research and innovation needs were identified with

regards to meeting societal and market needs in the main domains

Policy

Technology

Operational concept

Knowledge

Infrastructure

Additional input to the SRIA is very much appreciated !

An SRIA update has been initiated, Version 2 will be published mid-2017

ACARE SRIA wrt mobility

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The ACARE mobility challenge

Current SRIA content with regards to mobility / integrated transport

ACARE mobility Working Group & way forward

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Content

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ACARE structure & membership

28 Member States

European Commission

Manufacturing Industry

Airlines

Airports

Air Navigation

EASA

Eurocontrol

Research Centres

Universities

Energy

Regulators

Over 50 members

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Sta

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Strategy & Integration Board

Implementation Review Group

Mo

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Com

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En

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WG1 regular work program

State of the Art where are we now ?

Implementation What else is needed ?

Monitoring & Planning do we know (aviation specific as well as transversal) research is being done and is finished ?

Impact Assessment what is the relevance of research results ?

Renew and Ensure Engagement keeping WG1 relevant

Reporting & Communication

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ACARE WG1 Points of Contact

Richard Wilson ATI (WG1 focal point UK)

[email protected]

David Bowen SESAR (co-chair)

[email protected]

Chris Schneider Munich Airport (co-chair)

[email protected]

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!! Please let us know if you want to join and contribute !!

mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]:[email protected]

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Thank you !!

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