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Technology Pathways: Assessing the Integrated Plan for a Next Generation Air Transportation System Appendixes
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Technology Pathways: Assessing the Integrated Plan for a Next Generation Air Transportation System A Table of Contents of the Next Generation Air Transportation System Integrated Plan Chapter 1 Change Is Needed In less than a century, aviation went from spectacle to spectacular. Today, Americans rely on aviation not just for transportation but for recreation as well. 1.1 Security 1.2 Gridlock 1.3 Global Leadership 2 Chapter 2 A National Vision for Air Transportation in 2025 Transforming the system to meet the needs of the 21st century will ensure U.S. leadership in the global economy. However, major changes are involved in the process. 6 Chapter 3 System Goals and Performance Characteristics To achieve our vision we need to define the system goals and performance characteristics that will serve as its foundation. 3.1 Retain U.S. Leadership in Global Aviation 3.2 Expand Capacity 3.3 Ensure Safety 3.4 Protect the Environment 3.5 Ensure Our National Defense 3.6 Secure the Nation 7 Chapter 4 Operational Concepts The Next Generation Air Transportation System will be well equipped to adapt to future demands by using new concepts, technologies, networks, policies, and business models. 4.1 Security Operations 4.2 Safety Assurance 4.3 Airport Operations 4.4 Aircraft Operations 4.5 Air Traffic Management Operations 11 NOTE: The entire Next Generation Air Transportation System Integrated Plan is available online at <www.jpdo.aero>.
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Technology Pathways: Assessing the Integrated Plan for a Next Generation Air Transportation System Chapter 5 The Next Generation Air Transportation System Roadmap for Success The U.S. aviation system must transform itself and be more responsive to the tremendous social, economic, political, and technological changes that are evolving worldwide. 5.1 Strategies 5.2 High-Level Roadmap 5.3 Key Challenges 15 Chapter 6 Approach to Transformation Achieving the vision for air transportation will be done via collaboration among federal, state, and local government and private industry. 6.1 Changes in Government-Private Interactions 6.2 Changes within Government 22 Chapter 7 Transformation Strategies The strategies outline the plans that the integrated product teams will expand and execute. 7.1 Develop Airport Infrastructure to Meet Future Demand 7.2 Establish an Effective Security System without Limiting Mobility or Civil Liberties 7.3 Establish an Agile Air Traffic System 7.4 Establish User-specific Situational Awareness 7.5 Establish a Comprehensive, Proactive Safety Management Approach 7.6 Develop Environmental Protection that Allows Sustained Aviation Growth 7.7 Develop a System-wide Capability to Reduce Weather Impacts 7.8 Harmonize Equipage and Operations Globally 25 Chapter 8 Next Steps The U.S. government and industry partners are ready to move forward in the process of building the system of the future. 35
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