CANSO Academy: ATFM performance analysis
Post-Operations Analysis is an important process in air traffic flow management (ATFM). It is seen as the cornerstone in developing best practices and learning lessons that will further improve operational processes and activities. It can, however, be overlooked by ANSPs in their ATFM implementation efforts, with more focus placed on systems and procedures for demand-capacity balancing. Without post-operations analysis, however, one cannot be certain whether ATFM programmes have yielded the expected results, or where performance improvements can be achieved.
To explore what an ATFM post-operations and performance analysis process entails, and how it can be used to determine the performance, and benefits, of ATFM, CANSO is holding an ATFM Performance Analysis Webinar for CANSO members around the world.
The webinar will explore the recently developed ATFM Post-Operations Analysis Recommended Framework, the result of of a collaboration in Asia-Pacific. It will also feature operational examples from ANSPs with robust ATFM performance analysis process. Subject matter experts will discuss key considerations in analyzing ATFM performance and how their results are used in addressing problem areas and identifying improvement potentials in their ATFM operations.
Key Learning Points
- Why is ATFM performance analysis important?
- What are the key considerations when analyzing ATFM performance?
- How are different ANSPs reporting on ATFM performance?
- What are the key considerations when assessing the benefits of ATFM implementation?
Moderated by Sugoon Fucharoen (Kin), Network Operations, Air Traffic Management Center, AEROTHAI
|Key considerations when analyzing ATFM performance:|
* CDM and stakeholders in defining performance criteria
* ICAO GANP KPIs
* Post-Ops Analysis Framework: Impact/Compliance/Effectiveness
|Jesper Bronsvoort, Network Performance & Analysis Manager, Airservices Australia|
|Applications- Case Study one: Airservices Australia||Jesper Bronsvoort|
Phil Dowson, leads a team of expert data scientists at Airservices Australia
Daniel Schauries, Senior ATM Performance Analyst, Airservices Australia
|Applications- Case Study two: NATS||Dan Schuller|
|Applications- Case Study three: FAA||Vern Payne|
|Key considerations in assessing ATFM implementation benefits||Stuart Ratcliffe, Business Development Director and Principle SME: ATFM/CDM and ATM – Metron Aviation|
|Q A||Moderated by Sugoon Fucharoen (Kin)|