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Providing Safety and Reliability with PBN Guy Greider Layout plan for integrated fully supported low level PBN airspace Providing Safety and Reliability with PBN Helicopter Accident Rate Vertical Flight
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Providing Safety and Reliability with PBN Guy Greider Layout plan for integrated fully supported low level PBN airspace Providing Safety and Reliability with PBN Helicopter Accident Rate Vertical Flight PBN Solutions Helicopter accident rate (nominal) is 7.5 per 100,000 hours of flying In Comparison the airplane accident rate (nominal) is approximately per 100,000 flying hours. Loss of Traffic Separation Hudson River Mid-Air Tragedy Airspace Traffic Separation Vertical Flight PBN Solutions The top of the grey lines are the altitude of passing aircraft Aircraft altitudes are average 3,000 providing 1,000 vertical separation 2,500 at GREEN Line 2,000 at top of RED Line PBN Helicopter Airways Vertical Flight PBN Solutions Concept Charting Vertical Flight PBN Solutions IFR Helicopter Route System Vertical Flight PBN IFR Helicopter Route System Vertical Flight PBN North-South Transition Routes Helicopter LPV Approaches Helicopter LPV Approaches Automated Weather/ADS-B ATC Comms/Camera Stations Bi-Directional East-West Routes Automated Weather/ADS-B ATC Comms/Camera Stations IFR Helicopter Route System RNP 0.3 Transitions North-South Transition Route K87N Southampton Heliport LPV PinS Approach with VAS Noise Sensitive Areas Southampton Heliport K87N K87N Southampton Heliport LPV PinS Approach with VAS RF Leg Visual Approach Segment LPV PinS Approach to Ponquogue Bridge IFR Off-Shore Helicopter Route System Precision Oil Platform Approach All-Weather Precision Approach Bi-Directional Route All-Weather Route LATS Station ATC Comms ADS-B AWOS III Camera Surveillance Automated Weather, Communications Vertical Flight PBN Solutions AWOS III w/dual Pressure Sensor RCO ATC Communications Surveillance ADS-B (4) Fixed Weather Cameras Optional Equipment GBAS Facility Surveillance Camera Night Vision Infrared Motion Detecting Helicopter Communications in Next Generation National Air Space Infrastructure Panel February 11, 2012 HAI Dallas, TX David Manchester Harris Corporation Infrastructure Panel November 9, 2011 International Helicopter Safety Symposium, Ft Worth, TX 15 Where we are LIFEFLIGHT OF MAINE IN PARTNERSHIP Where are we? THEN NexGen Radar and ILS System Predominately VFR Operations Line of sight communications and surveillance ADS-B Receiver and Network Enabled Radio Infrastructure Workshop 11 February 2012 Heli-Expo 2012, Dallas, TX Where we need to be LIFEFLIGHT OF MAINE IN PARTNERSHIP Expanded Low altitude coverage ADS-B low altitude surveillance Digital Data Communications Network Enabled Digital Radios Remote communications IFR capable low altitude infrastructure Electronic Flight Bag Available applications Infrastructure Workshop 11 February 2012 Heli-Expo 2012, Dallas, TX LIFEFLIGHT OF MAINE IN PARTNERSHIP Improving Low Altitude Air Traffic Service to Emergency Responders The Low Altitude Air Traffic Service (LATS) system provides surveillance and voice to aircraft that fly in low altitude airspace. It enables the pilot to fly in controlled, monitored low altitude airspace using ADS-B for surveillance and VoIP radios for communication. LATS adds to existing ATM infrastructure to enable low altitude surveillance and voice coverage, allowing IFR operations in previously uncontrolled airspace. Features: AWOS weather including visibility allowing approaches to be flown by FAR Part 135 operators Internet weather/activity cameras monitor landing area and enable visual knowledge of weather in the area during flight planning VHF radio communications allowing low altitude pilot/controller dialog Low altitude surveillance using ADS-B Operational broadband data radio transmits business or patient data Enables IFR operations in previously uncontrolled airspace ADS-B data can be used to meet FAR Part 135 requirement for flight following Significantly improves safety and low altitude traffic service to: o Emergency responders o Oil platforms o Remote sites Infrastructure Workshop 11 February 2012 Heli-Expo 2012, Dallas, TX Barriers Barriers LIFEFLIGHT OF MAINE IN PARTNERSHIP Aircraft equipage Infrastructure Funding Expanding controlled airspace Infrastructure Workshop 11 February 2012 Heli-Expo 2012, Dallas, TX Barriers LIFEFLIGHT OF MAINE IN PARTNERSHIP Infrastructure Workshop 11 February 2012 Heli-Expo 2012, Dallas, TX LIFEFLIGHT OF MAINE IN PARTNERSHIP How We Get There What might work Perhaps Alaska model of making low interest, long duration loans available for NextGen equipment Finding a State or local government Business Partner Further cooperation among operators, controllers, pilots and politicians to expand low altitude portion of the NAS Potential use of AIP funding Infrastructure Workshop 11 February 2012 Heli-Expo 2012, Dallas, TX Discussion
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