2011 Honeywell Operators Conference FMZ/NZ2000

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2011 Honeywell Operators Conference
FMZ/NZ2000 V6.1 Update
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Why FMS 6.1?
• Several time-saving features/functions added
• Improved safety features that lower pilot workload
• Ability to fly WAAS-LPV approaches into airports that don’t have ILS
(less diversions and use of alternates)
• Potential for RNP SAAAR certification and LOA which opens up
special approaches at airports at high terrain or high congestion
locations
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for future g
growth option
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of FANS 1/A Oceanic CPDLC
• Required
• Required for future mandates such as PM-CPDLC in Europe
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Product Certification Status by Platform
Name
Description
TSO Status
TSO date
STC Date
Challenger 601
TSO
FMS 6.1 NZ aircraft; TSO & STC for NZ-2000 Complete
Duncan Aviation –
p
8/3/2010;;
complete
Available to all Svc
June 2010 Ctrs
Hawker 800XP
TSO
FMS 6.1 NZ aircraft; TSO & STC for NZ-2000 Complete
HBC/Std Aero in work
– April 2011,; Available
June 2010 to all Svc Ctrs
Falcon 900B
TSO
FMS 6.1 NZ aircraft; TSO & STC for NZ-2000 Complete
Duncan Aviation –
complete 12/17/2011
Available to all Svc
June 2010 Ctrs
Gulfstream IV
FMS 6.1 NZ aircraft, TSO & STC for FMZ2000
TSO In-work
In work Aug 2011
Gulfstream Svc Ctrs –
Aug 2011
FMS 6.1 IAC aircraft, TSO & STC for IC-800
TSO In
Work
June 2011
Gulfstream Svc Ctrs –
June 2011
Gulfstream V
Falcon 900EX/C
FMS 6.1 IAC aircraft, TSO & STC for IC-800
TSO In-work June 2011
Dassault – June 2011,
Available to all Svc
Ctrs
Citation X
TSO & STC for FMZ-2000 IAC version 6.1
4Q/1Q
TSO In-work 2011
Citation Svc Ctrs
2Q2011
See Batch 3 2011
Rolled into Batch 3;
BAS 2011; Authorized
BAS Svc Ctrs
Bombardier GEX/5000/XRS
TSO & STC for FMZ-2000 IAC version 6.1
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NZ-2000/FMZ
NZ
2000/FMZ v6.1 Feature Overview
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Hardware Upgrade to CD820 (not required)
FANS 1/A Datalink (optional)
SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS & MSAS LPV)
RNP Annunciations
Circling Approaches
Multi RNAV or LOC Approaches per Runway
TACAN Approaches (if TACAN receiver equipped)
V t
Vectors
to
t Final
Fi l Approach
A
h (A
(Activate
ti t Vectors
V t
Prompt)
P
t)
Augmented LOC Preview
VNAV Temp Compensation & Calculator
A t Holding
Auto
H ldi tto Altit
Altitude
d Sequencing
S
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En route Holding Patterns
Improve Crossload Time
Auto LNAV armed for TOGA
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Honeywell FMZ System
Flight Management System Product Line
IC-615
C 6 5 / -800
800
IC b d FMS (shared
IC-based
( h d processor with
ith other
th systems)
t
)
G-V, Citation X, Global Express/XRS/5000, Falcon 900EX/C, L382
IC-800 A/C will get an IAC & Display/EFS Upgrade
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Honeywell NZ
NZ-2000
2000 System
Flight Management System Product Line
NZ2000
Separate NZ2000 Nav Computer
Falcon 900B, Citation Excel / Ultra, Bravo,
Primus Epic® CDS/R platforms, Challenger
601-3A/R, Hawker 800XP, Citation
III/VI/VII,, Gulfstream IV/IV SP
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MCDU CD-820
CD 820 Upgrade
• Required upgrade for FANS
1/A optional functionality
• Compatible with variety of
graphical
g
p
services:
– AFIS®
– OneView™
– Airshow™
– JetMap™
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FANS 1/A – Future Air Navigation Option
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Sample CPDLC Datalink Message Types
• Uplink Message types (not
inclusive)
– Pre-departure clearances
– Tactical route changes (direct to)
– Vertical changes (altitude
change)
– Lateral offset
– Report requests
• D
Downlink
li k M
Message ttypes ((nott
inclusive)
– Emergency reports
– Position reports
– Accept/Reject/Standby response
– Free text
– Altitude, direct, speed, lateral
offset requests.
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Features Transparent to Flight Crew
• ADS:
– Encoding/Decoding
– Periodic report triggering
– Event report
monitoring/triggering
– Emergency
E
mode
d cancellation
ll ti
from ground
– Downlink error messages
• AFN:
– Encoding/Decoding
– AFN handoff
• CPDLC:
– E
Encoding/Decoding
di /D
di
– Connection management (incl.
handoff)
– Log management (capacity
handling)
– Uplinked route: pre-load
Validity/compatibility checking
– Uplinked
U li k d route:
t lloading
di iinto
t FPLN
– Downlink request: Nav database
validity checking
– Downlink reports:
monitoring/triggering
– Automatic ADS emergency mode
initiation (w/MAYDAY)
– Downlink
D
li k error messages
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ATC Comm (CPDLC)
• CPDLC (Controller Pilot Data Link Communications) has been
i l
implemented
t d iinto
t th
the existing
i ti FANS ffunctionality
ti
lit
• CPDLC is also known as ATC Comm
• ATC Comm is an ATS (Air Traffic Services) application with
which pilots and controllers exchange messages using a data link
connection
• ATC Comm
C
i l d a sett off clearance,
includes
l
iinformation,
f
ti
and/or
d/
request messages which correspond to existing phraseology
used in current ATC procedures
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ATC Comm (cont.)
• ATC Comm is integrated into the FMS
• This integration provides the pilot with the capability to review
uplinked flight plans and activate them directly into the active
flight plan
g are comprised
p
of one or more specific
p
• ATC Comm messages
message elements
• Each message element contains some or all of the following:
– Fixed Text
– Variable Text
– Free Text
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RNP Annunciations
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Possible Primus 2000 RNP Display on PFD
Global Express (P2000) Display
Annunciations will only appear on PFD if EDS is modified
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RNP on CDU Pages
Set RNP Page
Progress Page 1
Ability to manually set RNP value
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SBAS (WAAS-LPV)
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LPV Selection on CDU
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LPV and VGP Armed Annunciation
Arm with the
APPR button on
Guidance panel
Annunciations will only appear on PFD if EDS is modified
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LPV and VGP Active Annunciations
Annunciations will only appear on PFD if EDS is modified
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SBAS Approach Failure Annunciations
Annunciations will only appear on PFD if EDS is modified
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Example LPV Annunciator Panels
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For aircraft that do not
have EDS modified,
additional annunciator
panels are required
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Added to main
instrument p
panel for
LPV indications
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White – armed
Green – active
Amber - failure
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Additional 6.1 Features
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Automated Holding to Altitude sequencing
• HA (Holding
(H ldi to
t Altitude)
Altit d ) llegs are h
handled
dl d iin a manner similar
i il tto VA
legs
• If the aircraft has a current altitude that complies with the HA leg
altitude
ltit d constraint,
t i t the
th h
holding
ldi pattern
tt
will
ill be
b d
deleted
l t d automatically
t
ti ll
by the FMS resulting in a VA leg
• An HA leg will sequence when the aircraft has achieved the HA
altitude
ltit d constraint
t i t
• FMS will perform an immediate exit of the holding pattern upon
achieving the altitude constraint
• Altitude is provided by the navigation database when defined for
SIDs, and missed approach procedures
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Benefits: HA leg Auto Sequencing
• Currently the pilot has to perform a manual operation during a
procedure that contains an HA leg. Implementation of this feature
will enhance the automatic leg sequencing ability of the FMS.
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Circling Approaches
• Circling Approaches already added to Nav DB – now they can be
called
ll d up and
d activated
ti t d
• There are four cases where requirements to circle occur:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Approach not aligned with the runway
Circling patterns
Approach aligned with a runway, but not the one to land on
Sidestep Manoeuvre
• Circling Approach procedures are specific for an airport and
apply to all runways at that airport
• Flight profile for a circling approach will fly the aircraft to a
minimum descent altitude
• Pilot will still have to manually heading-bug themselves around
the circle but missed approach procedures will be enabled
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Vectors to Final (Activate Vectors Prompt)
• Vector operations are invoked when the selected navigation
mode for the flight director transitions from LNAV to HDG mode
– This operation may be desired during any phase of flight including
an en route vector operation, a vectored approach transition, or
vectors to final approach procedure. Vectors to final (VTF) shall be
activated when the flight director mode transitions from LNAV to
HDG.
• The FMS shall activate vector operations when the active flight
director mode transitions from LNAV to HDG.
• When a vectored approach transition is selected, the FMS will
create an approach that consists of an intercept leg leading in to
the FAF, removing any legs that existed in the approach prior to
the FAF
– Only the approach legs prior to the FAF are removed; the departure,
cruise, and arrival legs will still remain in the flight plan.
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Activate Vectors Prompt
BENEFIT: simplifies vectored approach (aligns the a/c with FAF)
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Activate Vectors Prompt
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Multiple Approaches to Same Runway
• Multiple approaches with the same guidance (RNAV, LOC, etc.)
to the same runway are annotated with an alphabetical suffix
beginning at the end of the alphabet and working backwards for
subsequent procedures
• These multiple types will be added to the navigation database as
they are defined and the FMS will provide these approaches for
selection by the pilot
– Note: Most RNAV approach procedures will require RNP = 0.3
BENEFITS:
• Several approaches of the same type can be available for the same
runway
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Multiple Approaches to Same Runway
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Enroute Holding Patterns
• The FMS shall provide capability to utilize a database holding pattern in
place of a default hold definition at an enroute waypoint
• If the
th crew selects
l t a hold
h ld att an enroute
t waypoint,
i t th
the FMS will
ill fifirstt
determine if there is a database defined hold at that particular waypoint
• If a hold exists, it will be entered into the flight plan as specified
• If no database hold exists
exists, the default hold definition will be inserted into
the flight plan
• If multiple patterns exist for a particular fix, they will be displayed on a
page from which the desired pattern can be selected
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Barometric VNAV Temp Comp
• FMS will provide a means by which the crew may calculate a
temperature compensated altitude to use as the minimum altitude for an
temperature-compensated
approach
• When Temp Comp is activated by the pilot,
pilot all alt constraints in the
departure, approach, and missed approach are compensated
• Purpose of this is to raise the alt constraint in cold weather
• When the air is cold, it is condensed and the altimeter reading will be
less than the true altitude
• Conversely, in hot weather, the uncompensated altitude will bring the
aircraft higher then the published alt constraint
Already active on Bombardier Global Express with Batch 2
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Temperature Compensation Activation
Set the desired temperature
compensation
p
configuration
g
Enter the landing (surface)
temperature on the LAND/GA
INIT page
Enter an approach from the
into the Active Flight Plan
Verify the compensated
altitudes on the TEMP COMP
page
Select the ACTIVATE prompt
on the TEMP COMP page
Already active on Bombardier Global Express with Batch 2
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Manual Baro VNAV Correction Capability
• Once temp comp is
activated adjusted
activated,
altitudes appear on active
flight plan page in white
• All altitude constraints on
approach and missed
approach procedures are
recalculated and shown
Already active on Bombardier Global Express with Batch 2
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VNAV Temp Comp Calculator
• Compensation correction to
altitudes in flight plan are only
for database altitudes which
have not been modified by pilot
• Calculator can be used for
minima that is not part of a
published approach
g the Temp
p Comp
p
• Using
Calculator function, the pilot
inputs an altitude value and
views the ‘compensated’ altitude
New for all aircraft getting FMS v6.1
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VNAV Temp Comp Calculator
• In this example,
p , the landing
g
init temp was set to -25°C
• Pilot entered altitude of 15000
on Line 1L
• NOTE - If the pilot modifies
any waypoint altitude
constraint, it will not be
displayed on Temp Comp
page and will not be changed
when Temp Comp is activated
New for all aircraft getting FMS v6.1
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VNAV Data Page
• Provides information on VNAV path
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VA/VI Leg Combination
• Improve the guidance and
sequencing for heading to
altitude (VA) and heading to
intercept (VI) leg combinations
by using ground speed to
compute the turning point onto
the course
• Reduces unnecessary
maneuvers
• FMS will re-compute the
intersection when the leg Is
active
• Eliminates the ‘Honeywell head
fake’ maneuver in LNAV
fake
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Auto LNAV Arming for TOGA
• When G/A or TOGA button is pushed, FD will automatically select
NAV and course pointer on HSI will auto switch to FMS
• AP/FD modes on go-around will be NAV ARMED & G/A (not PIT
& G/A)
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