Conseil national de recherches du Canada. Aérospatiale
Texte, Rapport technique
This report provides a survey of a number of key enabling technologies for implementation of RTM Services. It continues on an earlier work and report by the authors in 2020, which covered the following capabilities: 1) E-Identification and Situational Awareness, and 2) Flight Planning and Strategic Flight De-confliction. In that report, first performance requirements of these services were discussed in details and examples from literature and other jurisdictions were provided. The second part of that document presented several examples of commercial technologies related to these services.
The present report continues on the earlier work and explains the state of the art of the key enabling technologies for RTM essential services, including:
2) Collision Avoidance and Detect and Avoid
3) Surveillance and Tracking
4) Communications and Cybersecurity
While the RTM architecture and services have been defined in recent Transport Canada documents, there is little published work related to the problem of characterization of the performance requirements and effectiveness of the services themselves. In this report, the authors first adapt a model initially introduced by NASA and propose a framework and description for the performances of the RTM services. Then, the performance requirements and proposed measures of performance, specifically for each services are described in Table 3.
Date de publication
National Research Council of Canada. Aerospace
Préparé pour: Carlos Ruella, RPAS Task Force Engineering Transport Canada, Transports Canada (AARV)