Federal Next Generation Flight Control System
Co-sponsored by AESS, GOLD, WIE
In preparation for these changes, the U.S. FAA and the EU EUROCONTROL agencies are in the process of modernizing through the ATS (NextGen) and a Single European Sky Air Traffic Management Research (SESAR) programs respectively.
On May 27, 2010, the FAA published new rules contained in 14 CFR §92.225 and §91.227 mandating airspace and avionics performance requirements after January 1, 2020. The avionics perform a function that is generally known as "ADS-B Out" which transmits precise location and other information about the aircraft to ground stations and other ADS-B equipped aircraft.
The ADS-B Program objective is to develop a multi-segment, lifecycle managed, performance based ADS-B strategy that aligns with the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) vision and generates value for the National Airspace System (NAS) through:
Development of a Concept of Operations for the ADS-B portfolio of applications
Development of a life cycle management approach for each application in the portfolio
Establishment of a multimode infrastructure that supports a wide range of National Air Space (NAS) users and applications
Continuously monitoring value and adjusting ADS-B investments in the NAS
Estimates that by 2018, NextGen will reduce total flight delays by about 21%, providing $22 billion in cumulative benefits to the traveling public, aircraft operators and the FAA.
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Mr. Ogan recently was a Senior Research Engineer at Georgia Tech Research Institute working on the Missile Defense Agency program supporting systems engineering and sensor developments. Prior experience at Raytheon Systems Company, Forest, MS and El Sedundo, CA included development, design and testing of advanced Electronically Scanned Phased Array (AESA) radar systems for their F/A-15 and F/A-18 aircraft. Skills include certified Six Sigma Specialist, Integrated Product Design Performance IPDP lead using SLATE and DOORS ® software for systems allocations. Professional experience also includes, telecommunications and space communications system for military and commercial applications in ground based, airborne and space based electronics.
Mr. Ogan, worked as an Industry Adjunct Instructor at the University of North Texas, developed and taught a project-oriented course Radio Frequency Identification technology (RFId) for engineering in support of a National Science Foundation grant.
Mr. Ogan is a certified Six Sigma Specialist with several projects completed that resulted in total program savings in millions of dollars. Analysis skills include MATLAB radar modeling simulations and device characterization electrical design and improvement