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IANS Hosted First EUROCAE Meeting in Russia

On September 19-21, 2017 a meeting of EUROCAE WG-100 was held for the first time in Russia at IANS premises. The session gathered representatives of the world's leading manufacturers of CCTV systems, such as Frequentis AG (Austria), INDRA, Kongsberg Defense Systems (Norway), SAAB (Sweden), Thales...

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IANS Hosts EUROCAE WG-100 Meeting

A meeting of the international working group EUROCAE WG-100 / Remote and virtual towers will be held on September 19 -21, 2017 at IANS head office and experimental flight base Orlovka. The working group includes representatives of the world's leading manufacturers of CCTV systems, such as...

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IANS Receives IAC AR Certificate

On August 31, 2017, the Aviation Register of the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC AR) certified the Automated Weather Observing Station (AWOS) following the successful testing at the Orlovka air base. The certificate was issued to Aviation Meteorological Systems (AMS), one of the companies of...

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Double holiday in Orlovka

On August 19, 2017 IANS aerodrome Orlovka hosted the now-traditional annual air show dedicated to the 105th anniversary of Russian Air Force, as well as the 6th anniversary of IANS. The show was opened by IANS Director General Mikhail Kizilov piloting a A-22 "Aeroprakt" and included performances of...

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IANS Took Part in MAKS-2017

On July 18-23, 2017 the Ramenskoye Airport, Zhukovsky, hosted the bi-annual International Aviation and Space Salon "MAKS". The event had traditionally gathered a large number of participants and visitors from all over the world. IANS also took part in the exhibition and presented its remote video...

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IANS Becomes Partner of 5th FAI World Aerobatics Yak-52 Championship

IANS has become a partner of the 5th FAI World Aerobatics Yak-52 Championship (WAYAKC 2017) which will take place on July 9-16 2017 at the historic military airfield Klokovo in Tula. Over 40 sportsmen from 15 countries will participate in the international competition, including individual...

Oceanic ATC Centre
Background:

An advantageous location allows to carry out the least time track flights from America to Asia through the Russian airspace. Every year the air traffic is steadily increasing by 7-15%. An increasing number of transit air operations as well as high interests of the airspace users to deploy the Arctic resources stimulate development of the air transport routes both for transit traffic and exploitation of the northern seas shelf.

There are special requirements for the equipment of ATC oceanic centers as the air traffic service in the oceanic space is rather peculiar.

Today there are more than 15 ATC oceanic centers throughout the world. Four of them support oceanic airspace in the neighboring states: Norway, Iceland, the USA and Canada. These centers are equipped with the advanced ATC automated systems.

According to ICAO international practice, airspace in all states should be seamless for all participants. Airlines expect that the service level of Cross-Polar and Trans-East routes will remain the same throughout the whole route.

New Cross-Polar and Trans-East Routes:
Solution:

Russia will contribute to the process of achievement of the required ATC level by establishing two oceanic centers: the Arctic Oceanic Center in Murmansk and the Pacific Oceanic Center in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. These two centers are equipped with the advanced systems for the satellite communication and air traffic surveillance, as well as up-to-date automated ATC centers with controllers’ workstations and the oceanic ATC functions.

The newest oceanic centers are going to be based on the oceanic ATC technologies proven in the USA, Iceland, New Zealand and Portugal.

A mutual transfer of the innovative technologies between IANS JSC, Almaz-Antey JSC, the Russian State ATM Corporation and the Canadian company Adacel has been established in order to develop these centers.

The Russian party provides the technologies for wake vortex separation in the oceanic airspace and for the operative meteorological support of flights at high altitudes. The Canadian party provides the technologies of the automated air traffic management in the oceanic airspace (the automated system "Aurora" installed in Anchorage (Alaska) and other five major oceanic centers.

Moreover all the necessary technical solutions required to use AMSS SATCOM provisions have been developed together with Iridium Corporation in order to ensure the communication with aircrafts in the Polar region with the total area of 5,000 sq.km. Nowadays there are almost no possibilities to monitor aircrafts and there is no reliable communication in this area.

Wake vortex flight safety technologies are unique and Russia prevails in their development. Introduction of new technologies for planning, control and flights’ coordination together with foreign cooperating oceanic centers of Norway, Iceland, U.S., Canada and Japan will improve the attractiveness of the Russian air navigation system for foreign airlines. An increase of the air traffic intensity estimated to be up to 50-60 thousand flights and a double increase (comparing to 2012) of the state revenues from the air navigation services are expected by 2020.

Flight Opperation Safety MET Support Solution

Displaying dedicated weather charts showing weather hazards in АТС center-controlled and neighbour airspace at АТС workstations.

The solution is based on automated processing of set of data collected through remote sensing of atmosphere by geostationary meteorological satellites, and synchronized data of regional weather prediction model.

Features:

  • All weather hazards in ATC-center-controlled and neighbour airspace can be displayed at a time;
  • Charts display weather hazard paths;
  • Meteorological data are updated once every 15 minutes;
  • Maximum chart update lag is 15 minutes;
  • Weather hazards can be evaluated;
  • Chart resolution is 0.1 latitude and longitude degree (6-11 km).
АТС Solutions for Oceanic and Remote Airspace
  • Support non-radar airspace surveillance (ADS] through a satellite link and other available data services;
  • Improve communications by applying Controller-pilot data linh communications (CPDLC);
  • Support complete integration of radar and other surveillance (ADS-C, ADS-B, and MLAT) data;
  • Enable accurate prediction and optimization of 4D flight path profile of each aircraft;
  • Perform automatic coordination between neighbouring ATM centers (AIDC and OLDI) and enable controllers to make their decisions;
  • Enhance safety with automated conflict detection [Conflict probe, STCA. APW.MSAW);
  • Enable crews to fly along user preferred routes (UPR) and re-route in-flight;
  • Provide for reduced aircraft separation minima and improved airspace utilization;
  • Reduce controller workload by automating manual processes and implementing multifunctional HMI.
Benefits of Automated АТС System Implementation Based on Solution Transferred:
  • Air traffic increased up to 50,000-60,000 flights by 2020;
  • Government earnings from air navigation services doubled (vs 2012);
  • Enhanced flight safety through monitoring of air traffic flows moving along Cross-polar route network from the single ATM center in Murmansk, and air traffic flows moving along Trans-eastern routes from Petropavlovsk;
  • Making Russian Air Navigation System more friendly for foreign air lines by implementing advanced solutions of planning and coordinating flights with foreign oceanic centers in Norway, Iceland, USA, Canada, and Japan.
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