ED-14 and DO-160 have been in existence for a long time and were initially a set of simple procedures and limits used to guarantee a minimum quality level regarding robustness of airborne equipment. Since they were first introduced their purpose has evolved and many sections aim to provide environmental stress conditions as similar as possible to actual inflight conditions, in particular when systems providing safety related functions are concerned. This has resulted in more complex considerations and consequently a need to provide more guidance to the user of the documents that are now published in a ED-234.
WG-14 works in coordination with RTCA SC-135 Environmental Test.

ED-90A Radio frequency susceptibility Test procedures (users guide to ED-14D Change 1 Section 20) - Status: Published

ED-90B Radio frequency susceptibility Test procedures - Status: Published

ED-14G Ch 1 Environmental conditions and test procedures for airborne equipment - Status: Published - publication date: 03/07/2015

ED-234 User Guides Supplement to ED-14G - Status: Published - publication date: 03/07/2015

ED-14G Environmental Conditions and Test procedures for airborne equipment - Status: Published - publication date: 09/09/2011

ED-14H Environmental conditions and test procedures for airborne equipment - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2022

ED-234A User Guides to ED-14H - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2022



Chairperson: Marc Poncon, Airbus Helicopters

Secretary: Gilles CROUSIER, SAFRAN

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The SG is tasked to develop an environmental qualification document that will specify requirements and procedures for
surface-based (not airborne) equipment in the UAS Detect and Avoid, the Command and Control Link,
and Control Station Equipment.

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Haim Shimens, Israel Aerospace Industries

Secretary: Justo Novo, Airbus Defence & Space (Spain)

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The main activity of EUROCAE WG-28 for the past years has been on standards for Ground Based Augmentation Systems (GBAS).
The major achievements were the revision A of ED-114 (“MOPS for Global Navigation Satellite GBAS Ground Equipment to support Category I Operations”) published in 2013 and the recent publication of Change 1 to ED-114A that results from a maintenance work to correct issues that have been detected during various GBAS CAT-I implementation programs.

ED-36B MOPS for MLS Airborne Receiving Equipment - Status: Published - publication date: 01/10/2007

ED-114B change1 MOPS Global Navigation Satellite GBAS Ground Equipment to support Precision Approach and Landing - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022

ED-114B MOPS For Global Navigation Satellite Ground Based Augmentation System Ground Equipment To Support Precision Approach and Landing - Status: Published - publication date: 18/10/2019

Internal Report Report on status of GBAS Multi-Constellation Multi-Frequency developments in SESAR - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022


Next meeting: 14/09/2021


Secretary: Linda LAVIK, Indra Navia AS

Technical Programme Manager: Anna Guégan, anna.guegan@eurocae.net

The primary task of WG-31 is to prepare technical standards, specifications, guides and any other material required to support the development of regulation and the certification of aircraft in relation to the hazard of lightning and Electrostatics (P-Static and In-tank ESD).

ED-81 Certification of aircraft electrical/electronic systems for the indirect effects of lightning - Status: Published - publication date: 01/05/1996

ED-84A Aircraft Lightning Environment and Related Waveforms - Status: Published - publication date: 01/07/2013

ED-105A Aircraft Lightning Test Method - Status: Published - publication date: 01/07/2013

ED-107A Guide to certification of Aircraft in a High Intensity Radiated Field (HIRF) Environment - Status: Published - publication date: 01/07/2010

ED-113 Aircraft lightning direct effects certification - Status: Published - publication date: 01/09/2002

ED-152 Aircraft Precipitation Static Certification - Status: Published - publication date: 01/06/2010

ER-002 Policy Guidance for Fuel Tank Structural Lightning Protection Policy - Status: Published - publication date: 01/02/2011

ER-021 Report and Outcome of Round Robin Camera Detection Process Verification and Validation - Status: Published - publication date: 26/08/2020

ED-xxx Assurance guide for use of simulation and modelling in support of certification processes for HIRF - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2023

ED-107B Guide to certification of aircraft in a High Intensity Radiated Field (HIRF) environment - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022

ED-XXX User guide for lightning protection of fuel tank structure and systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2021

ED-xxx Qualification test for indirect and direct effects - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2021

ED-91A Lightning Zoning - Status: Published - publication date: 10/01/2019

ED-105B Aircraft Lightning test methods - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/03/2021

ER-006 Intermediate Guidance Material for Compliance Demonstration Related to Lightning Protection of Fuel Tank Structure 25.981 Requirements - Status: Published - publication date: 03/07/2015

ED-158 User Manual for certification of aircraft Electrical and Electronic systems for the indirect effects of lightning - Status: Published - publication date: 15/04/2020

ED-248 Guide to Civil Aircraft Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - Status: Published - publication date: 22/01/2018



Chairperson: Franck n/a Flourens, Airbus Operations SAS

Secretary: Dan Morgan, Element Materials Technology Warwick

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

WG-41 is tasked to develop and update MASPS, MOPS and Guidelines for A-SMGCS in alignment with EUROCONTROL operational concepts and requirements, and to provide technical inputs in the areas of implementation of A-SMGCS related to EUROCONTROL developments, EC research projects and ICAO specific requirements. The deliverables of WG-41 are part of the requirements of the Pilot Common Project PCP, Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No IR 716/2014.

ED-zzz MOPS for supporting sensor systems for use in A-SMGCS - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/09/2023

ED-116 MOPS for surface movement radar sensor systems for use in advanced surface movement guidance and control systems (A-SMGCS) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/01/2004

ED-117A MOPS for Mode S Multilateration Systems for Use in Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/09/2016

ED-200A Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems Report of EUROCAE WG-41; Vol I + Vol II - Status: Published - publication date: 01/02/1994

ED-128 Guidelines for Surveillance Data Fusion in Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS) Levels 1 and 2 - Status: Published - publication date: 01/10/2007

ED-87D MASPS for A-SMGCS including new Airport safety Support Service Routing Service and Guidance Service - Status: Published - publication date: 01/07/2019

ED-xxx Interop Document on Surveillance, Routing, Safety Support - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/09/2022

ED-87E MASPS for A-SMGCS including Airport Safety Support Service Routing Service and Guidance Service - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2022



Chairperson: Roy Posern, Fraport AG

Secretary: Vasileios Stefanioros, EASA

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

EUROCAE WG-44 has developed standards for user requirements for terrain and obstacle data, user requirements for aerodrome mapping information, and interchange standards for terrain, obstacle, and aerodrome mapping data as well as guidelines for the verification and validation of Aerodrome Mapping Databases (AMDB) and Aerodrome Surface Routing Network (ASRN) for routing applications.
Today, the scope of the work includes also standards for processing aeronautical data and standards for aeronautical information.

ED-76B Standards for Processing Aeronautical Data - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/03/2024

ED-77B User Requirements for Navigation Data - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2024

ED-76A Standards for Processing Aeronautical Data - Status: Published - publication date: 01/06/2015

ED-83 Recommendations on ground collision avoidance systems - Status: Published - publication date: 01/04/1998

ED-98C User Requirements for Terrain and Obstacle Data - Status: Published - publication date: 01/10/2015

ED-99D User Requirements for Aerodrome Mapping Information - Status: Published - publication date: 01/10/2015

ED-119C Interchange Standards for Terrain, Obstacle and Aerodrome Mapping Data - Status: Published - publication date: 01/10/2015

ED-220 Guidelines for the Verification and Validation of AMDB ASRN for routing applications - Status: Published - publication date: 01/03/2013

ER-009 Guidance material for the generation of aerodrome mapping database - Status: Published - publication date: 01/12/2012

ED-xxx Considerations for Aeronautical Data Alteration - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/03/2022

ED-77A User Requirements for Navigation Data - Status: Published - publication date: 12/02/2019



Chairperson: STEPHANE DUBET, DSNA

Secretary: SASHO ILIEV NESHEVSKI, EUROCONTROL

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

WG-49 has been reactivated to perform maintenance on the Mode S Transponder MOPS ED-73E and ED-115. It will work joint with RTCA SC-209.
The Mode S Secondary Surveillance Radar transponder system is a key element of ATM surveillance. It supports different applications including Mode S Elementary surveillance, Mode S Enhanced Surveillance, ADS-B surveillance applications and anti-collision applications such as ACAS. The interoperability of the Mode S transponder with other systems used on board aircraft or on the ground is crucial to achieve a safe and efficient ATM Operation.
During the revision experience from the operational use of Mode S will be integrated and problems detected will be corrected. Furthermore support for new procedures such as Interval Management will be implemented which requires the exchange of information between aircraft. Access to real-time environmental data such as wind, temperature and turbulence will also be realised. Spectrum protection is an additional topic that may require adaptations to the transponder implementations. Finally, preparing the transponder for new functionalities required by ACAS Xu will be an additional task.
During this activity, WG-49 will work in close cooperation with WG-51 ADS-B, WG-75 Traffic Collision Avoidance Systems and WG-73 Unmanned Aircraft Systems. Furthermore, WG-49 cooperates with RTCA SC-209. To facilitate this complex cooperation, a Combined Surveillance Committee has been set up.

ED-73E MOPS for SSR Mode S Transponders - Status: Published - publication date: 01/05/2011

ED-82A MOPS for Mode S aircraft data link processors - Status: Published - publication date: 01/11/1999

ED-86 Equipment characteristic for Mode S transponders with extended interface functions (mark 4 transponder) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/07/1997

ED-115 MOPS for light aviation secondary surveillance radar transponders - Status: Published - publication date: 01/08/2002

ED-115A Minimum Operational Performance Standard for Light Aviation Secondary Surveillance Radar Transponders - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 28/02/2022

ED-73F MOPS for Secondary Surveillance Radar Mode S Transponders - Status: Published - publication date: 21/12/2020



Chairperson: Eric Potier, EUROCONTROL

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

The scope of the WG-51 standardisation activity covers all elements of ground and aircraft infrastructure elements specific to ADS-B, in support of both ground use (“ADS-B Out”) and aircraft use (“ADS-B In”). The ADS-B link technology elements covered by WG-51 are ADS-B 1090 MHz Extended Squitter (joint activity with RTCA SC-186) and VDL4 (WG-51 European-only activity, currently dormant). In addition, WG-51 develops Technical Specifications for composite ADS-B Out / Wide Area Multilateration (WAM) Systems.
WG-51 is organised as a Plenary group and four Sub-Groups of which three are currently active. These Sub-groups are responsible for the development of standard material in the following Domains:
- 1090 MHz Extended Squitter MOPS and maintenance thereof (SG-1);
- SPR documents for ADS-B airborne and ground surveillance applications as well as aircraft system MOPS (and possibly MASPS) material (SG-3);
-Technical Specifications for ADS-B and Wide Area Multilateration (WAM) composite surveillance Systems (SG-4).
In the development of ED-102B/DO-260C, WG-51 works in coordination with RTCA SC-186 Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast. Furthermore WG-51 is part of the Combined Surveillance Committee with WG-49 and RTCA SC-209.

ED-129B Technical Specification for a 1090 MHz extended Squitter ADS-B ground station - Status: Published - publication date: 29/02/2016

ED-194A Automatic Dependent Surveillance – ADS-B - Status: Published - publication date: 31/05/2014

ED-102A MOPS for 1090 MHz Extended Squitter Automatic Dependant Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) & Traffic Information Services – Broadcast (TIS-B) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/01/2012

ED-108A MOPS for VDL Mode 4 Aircraft Transceiver - Status: Published - publication date: 01/09/2005

ED-126 SPR/Interop document for NRA ADS-B application - Status: Published - publication date: 01/12/2006

ED-156A ADS-B Application Interoperability Requirements for VDL Mode 4 - Status: Published - publication date: 01/03/2010

ED-159 Safety, Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for ATSA-ITP Application - Status: Published - publication date: 01/07/2008

ED-159 Supplement Safety, Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for the In-Trail Procedure in Oceanic Airspace (ATSA-ITP) Application - Status: Published - publication date: 01/07/2012

ED-160 Safety, Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for Enhanced Visual Separation on Approach (ATSA-VSA) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/12/2008

ED-161 Safety, Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for ADS-B-RAD Application - Status: Published - publication date: 01/09/2009

ED-163 SPR and Interop for ATSA ADS-B-APT - Status: Published - publication date: 01/12/2010

ED-164 Safety, Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for Enhanced Traffic Situational Awareness During Flight Operations (ATSA-AIRB) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/03/2010

ED-165 ATSA SURF SPR and Interop - Status: Published - publication date: 01/12/2010

ED-195A Safety, Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for Aircraft Spacing Flight-deck Interval Management (ASPA-FIM) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/09/2015

ED-232 SPR for Traffic Situational Awareness with Alerts (TSAA) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/06/2014

ED-233 Safety and Performance Requirements Document for CDTI Assisted Visual Separation (CAVS) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/06/2014

ED-236 MOPS for Flight-deck Interval Management (FIM) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/11/2015

ED-102A Cor. 1 MOPS for 1090 MHz Extended Squitter Automatic Dependant Surveillance - Status: Published - publication date: 01/01/2012



Chairperson: Michel Procoudine Gorsky, Thales LAS France SAS

Secretary: Jörg Steinleitner, EUROCONTROL

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

Development of a Technical Specification (TS) for a composite ADS-B/WAM System.

Activities:


ED-142A Technical Specification for Wide Area Multilateration Ground System with Composite Surveillance Functionality - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2022

ED-129C Technical Specification for an ADS-B Ground System - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/09/2022


Next meeting: 25/08/2021


Chairperson: Holger Neufeldt, Thales LAS France SAS

Secretary: Mark Piatkowski, Aireon

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

WG-59 has published ED-133 "Flight Object Interoperabilty" in 2009.

Based on experience acquired during the implementation of this specification and driven by requirements in the scope of the Pilot Common Project (PCP), WG-59 was reactivated to produce Revision A of ED-133.

Because of technical and interoperability issues it was decided that further validation work is required in order to develop a stable set of technical and operational requirements. These validation activities are currently carried out under the lead of the SESAR Joint Undertaking (SJU). It is expected that the results of this validation will be used by WG-59 for the update of ED-133 starting in the course of 2020.

ED-133 Flight Object Interoperability Specifications (FOIS) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/06/2009

ED-133A Flight Object Interoperability - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2022


Next meeting: 17/09/2021


Chairperson: Andrés Grijalba, ENAIRE Patrick Souchu, DSNA

Secretary: Juan Jose Meana Vega, Indra Sistemas

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

WG-62 was created in 2002 in the context of GALILEO definition phase and of GPS modernisation plans. Since then, the ToR have been approved in 2003, revised in 2007 and 2013 to accommodate the changes in the planning of Galileo satellite deployment and GPS modernisation.

WG-62 works in coordination with RTCA SC-159 Global Positioning System.

ED-259A Minimum Operational Performance Standard for Galileo - Global Positioning System - Satellite-Based Augmentation System Airborne Equipment - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/09/2022

ED-259 Minimum Operational Performance Standards for Galileo - Global Positioning System - Satellite-Based Augmentation System Airborne Equipment - Status: Published - publication date: 28/02/2019

ED-xxx Status of Single Constellation GALILEO OS receiver MOPS - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/09/2022



Chairperson: Pierre Bouniol, Thales Group

Secretary: Mikael Mabilleau, European GNSS Agency

Technical Programme Manager: Anna Guégan, anna.guegan@eurocae.net

WG-63 is concerned with aircraft, systems and equipment having safety implications, throughout aircraft life cycle.
The WG-63 objective is to provide industry with guidelines relating to the safety of aircraft, systems and equipment both as part of development and in-service continued airworthiness. To this end, the working group will publish specific standards reflecting industrial practices that relate to the safety aspects of development and certification and continued airworthiness of aircraft systems, and their in-service continued airworthiness.
Currently, WG-63 is engaged (or has undertaken to engage) in the joint development of the following safety related guidelines:
- Guidelines and methods for conducting the safety and assessment process on civil airborne systems and equipment (ED-135/SAE ARP 4761A)
- Development of Atmospheric Neutron Single Event Effects Analysis for Use in Safety Assessments (ER-008/SAE AIR6219)
- Guidelines for Development of Civil Aircraft and Systems (ED-79B/ARP4754B)
The work is carried out jointly with SAE S-18.

ER-023 Development Assurance Principles for Aerospace Vehicles and Systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2021

ER-005 Contiguous Aircraft/System Development Process Example - Status: Published - publication date: 17/08/2012

ED-79A Guidelines for Development of Civil Aircraft and Systems - Status: Published - publication date: 01/12/2010

ED-135 Guidelines and methods for conducting the safety assessment process on civil airborne systems and equipment - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/09/2021

ED-79B Guidelines for Development of Civil Aircraft and Systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/03/2022

ER-008 Development of Atmospheric Neutron Single Event Effects Analysis for Use in Safety Assessments - Status: Published - publication date: 28/05/2018

ER-xxx Use of STPA During Development and Safety Assessment of Civil Aircraft - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2022


Next meeting: 13/09/2021


Chairperson: Christopher Lacey, Airbus Operations SAS

Secretary: Julien Chaou, Liebherr aerospace toulouse

Technical Programme Manager: Anna von Groote, anna.vongroote@eurocae.net

This WG will develop a EUROCAE report evaluating the applicability of existing development assurance and system safety practices to UAS and VTOL

Activities:


ER-xxx Applicability of Existing Development Assurance and System Safety Practices to UAS and VTOL - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/09/2021



Chairperson: Doris Abran, SAFRAN James BEZAMAT, SAFRAN

Technical Programme Manager: Anna von Groote, anna.vongroote@eurocae.net

After the publications of ED-136, EDs-137 and ED-138 as from 2009 and latest updates of ED-137C published in May 2020, the current objective of WG-67 is to update ED-136 and ED-138 to version A according to the EUROCAE update process. ED-136A will address the introduction of a number of safety critical services and related environments for the application of Voice over IP (VoIP) for ATM such as remote ATSU operations, contingency scenarios, dynamic airspace configuration, flight centric operations, RPAS voice services and will allocate safety and performance requirements for each of these services. ED-136A will be structured in two volumes as follows: ED-136/1A Operational Services and Environment Definition (OSED) and ED-136/2A Safety and Performance Requirements (SPR) standard. ED-138A will include the feedback received from current implementations on security and performance associated requirements. ANSPs are using this document as the specification of their Networks.

ED-137C_4 Ch. 1 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 4 Recording - Change 1 - Status: Published - publication date: 10/05/2020

ED-137C_2 Ch. 1 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 2 Telephone - Change 1 - Status: Published - publication date: 10/05/2020

ED-136 VoIP ATM System Operational and Technical Requirements - Status: Published - publication date: 01/02/2009

ED-137/1B Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM components - Volume 1: Radio - Status: Published - publication date: 01/01/2012

ED-137/2B Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM components - Volume 2: Telephone - Status: Published - publication date: 01/01/2012

ED-137/3B Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM components - Volume 3: European Legacy Telephone Interworking - Status: Published - publication date: 01/01/2012

ED-137/4B Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM components - Volume 4: Recording - Status: Published - publication date: 01/01/2012

ED-137/5B Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM components - Volume 5: Supervision - Status: Published - publication date: 01/01/2012

ED-137C_1 Ch. 1 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 1 Radio - Change 1 - Status: Published - publication date: 10/05/2020

ED-137A Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM Components - Status: Published - publication date: 31/10/2010

ED-138 Part 1 Network requirements and performances for voice over internet protocol (VOIP) air traffic management - Status: Published - publication date: 01/02/2009

ED-138 Part 2 Network requirements and performances for voice over internet protocol (VOIP) air traffic management - Status: Published - publication date: 01/02/2009

ED-138A Network Requirements and Performances for VoIP ATM Systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2023

ED-137C/1 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 1: Radio - Status: Published - publication date: 23/05/2017

ED-137C/2-1 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 2 Telephone - Addendum 1 - Status: Published - publication date: 23/04/2019

ED-137C/2-4 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 2 Telephone - Addendum 4 - Status: Published - publication date: 23/04/2019

ED-137C/2-5 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 2 Telephone - Addendum 5 - Status: Published - publication date: 23/04/2019

ED-137C/2-6 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 2 Telephone - Addendum 6 - Status: Published - publication date: 23/04/2019

ED-137C/2-7 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 2 Telephone - Addendum 7 - Status: Published - publication date: 23/04/2019

ED-137C/2-3 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 2 Telephone - Addendum 3 - Status: Published - publication date: 23/04/2019

ED-137C/2-8 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 2 Telephone - Addendum 8 - Status: Published - publication date: 23/04/2019

ED-137C/2 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 2 Telephone - Status: Published - publication date: 23/04/2019

ED-137C/4 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 4: Recording - Status: Published - publication date: 23/04/2019

ED-137C/5 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 5 Supervision - Status: Published - publication date: 23/04/2019

ED-137C/2-2 Interoperability Standard for VOIP ATM Components - Volume 2 Telephone - Addendum 2 - Status: Published - publication date: 23/04/2019



Chairperson: Liviu POPESCU, EUROCONTROL

Secretary: Roberto Ugo Weger, SITTI

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

Sub-Group-1 of Working Group 67 (Voice on Internet Protocol (VoIP) for ATM Applications) will discuss the evolution of ED-137 Volume 1: Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM Components - Radio

Activities:


None



Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

Sub-Group 2 of Working Group 67 (Voice on Internet Protocol (VoIP) for ATM Applications) will discuss the evolution of ED-137 Volume 2: Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM Components - Telephone

Activities:


None



Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

Sub-Group 3 of Working Group 67 (Voice on Internet Protocol (VoIP) for ATM Applications) will discuss the evolution of ED-137 Volume 4: Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM Components - Recording

Activities:


None



Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

Sub-Group 4 of Working Group 67 (Voice on Internet Protocol (VoIP) for ATM Applications) will discuss the evolution of ED-137 Volume 5: Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM Components - Supervision

Activities:


None



Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

Sub-Group to draft Revision A for ED-136 split up in two Volumes: Volume 1 - OSED, Volume 2 - SPR

Activities:


ED-136/1A VoIP ATM System Operational and Technical Requirements Volume 1 - OSED - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2023

ED-136/2A VoIP ATM System Operational and Technical Requirements Volume 2 - SPR - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2023


Next meeting: 02/09/2021


Chairperson: Philippe Donnier, skyguide

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

The Forum on Aeronautical Software (FAS) has been established to provide a forum for those involved in the development of aeronautical software to share experiences and good practices and to provide a platform for the exchange of information regarding subjects addressed in the “software document suite”, new and emerging technologies, development methodologies, interesting use cases and other topics related to aeronautical software and related technologies. More information on the FAS and its activities is available here.





Currently there is little guidance or regulatory material published on the subject of Aeronautical System Security. In contrast, there is considerable guidance and regulatory material published on the subject of aeronautical system safety and ground systems security. As safety and security are two distinct but related concepts that interact, the WG will be required to place emphasis on their respective characteristics and dedicated domains of application.
WG-72 is developing Aeronautical System Security guidelines specifying security objectives rather than solutions in order to ensure their stability over time, addressing airborne systems and interfacing ground systems in their end-to-end relationship.
In doing so, WG-72 has adopted a holistic approach, addressing security-related topics throughout the entire lifecycle of products developed, manufactured and operated by many different civil aviation stakeholders.

ER-013A Aeronautical Information System Secuirty Glossary - Status: Published - publication date: 05/07/2021

ED-201 AISS Framework Guidance Document - Status: Published - publication date: 01/12/2015

ED-204 Information Security Guidance for Continuing Airworthiness - Status: Published - publication date: 01/06/2014

ER-013 Aeronautical Information System Secuirty Glossary - Status: Published - publication date: 01/12/2015

ED-202A Airworthiness Security Process Specification - Status: Published - publication date: 31/05/2014

ER-017 International Aeronautical Information Security Mapping Summary - Status: Published - publication date: 25/06/2018



Chairperson: cyrille rosay, EASA

Secretary: Clive D Goodchild, BAE Systems (Operations) Limited

Technical Programme Manager: Anna Guégan, anna.guegan@eurocae.net

WG-72 subgroup ED-205: Security Certification and Declaration of ATM ANS Ground Systems

Activities:


ED-205A Process Standard for Security Certification and Declaration of ATM ANS Ground Systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2021

ED-205 Process Standard for Security Certification and Declaration of ATM ANS Ground Systems - Status: Published - publication date: 29/03/2019



Chairperson: Kristof LAMONT, EUROCONTROL

Secretary: Jakub Cunat, Egis Aviation UK

Technical Programme Manager: Anna Guégan, anna.guegan@eurocae.net

Development and revision of guidances on Security Event Management and Continuing Airworthiness.

Activities:


ED-204A Information Security Guidance for Continuing Airworthiness - Status: Published - publication date: 14/09/2020

ED-xxx Guidance on Security Event Management - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2021



Chairperson: Alain Combes, Airbus Operations SAS

Secretary: Armelle GAUTHE, Airbus Operations SAS Frederique Dauvillaire, Thales Group

Technical Programme Manager: Anna Guégan, anna.guegan@eurocae.net

WG-72 SG-4 focuses on Aeronautical Information System Security (AISS) Framework.

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Stefan Schwindt, GE Aviation Systems UK

Secretary: Andy Boff, Egis Aviation UK

Technical Programme Manager: Anna Guégan, anna.guegan@eurocae.net

WG-75 is tasked to develop Airborne Collision Avoidance Systems (ACAS) X MOPS as a joint RTCA/EUROCAE activity.

With ACAS X being developed in various variants, also the work of WG-75 will be organised following this specific structure.

ACAS Xa will be the successor of TCAS II and the MOPS will also contain provisions for ACAS Xo designed for specific procedures such as close runway operations.

ACAS Xu will provide requirements for a collision avoidance solution for unmanned aircraft.

Finally, WG-75 will develop a MASPS defining requirements for the interoperability on collision avoidance systems of different designs.

ED-143 Ch2 Minimum Operational Performance Standards For Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance (TCAS II) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/04/2013

ED-221A MOPS for TCAS II Hybrid Surveillance - Status: Published - publication date: 01/12/2015

ED-224 MASPS for Automatic Flight Guidance and Control System coupled to TCAS - Status: Published - publication date: 01/03/2014

ER-001 Evaluation of a proposal to replace TCAS Resolution Advisory “Adjust Vertical Speed” with “Level Off” - Status: Published - publication date: 01/09/2011

ER-011 Validation of the FGS Coupled to TCAS MASPS Requirements - Status: Published - publication date: 01/11/2013

ED-256 Ch. 1 MOPS for ACAS Xa with ACAS Xo functionality Change 1 - Status: Published - publication date: 17/09/2019

ED-XXX MOPS for ACAS Xr - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2025

ED-256 Ch. 2 MOPS for ACAS Xa with ACAS Xo Functionality Change 2 - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2022

ED-264 Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) for the Interoperability of Airborne Collision Avoidance Systems (CAS) - Status: Published - publication date: 11/09/2020

ED-256 MOPS for ACAS Xa with ACAS Xo functionality - Status: Published - publication date: 23/10/2018



Chairperson: Bill Booth, EUROCONTROL

Secretary: Garfield Dean, EUROCONTROL

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

WG-76 is tasked to define standards for AIS and MET Data Link services.
WG-76 has defined 17 services for the provision of AIS and MET data for downlink, uplink and crosslink.
The work of WG-76 is performed joint with RTCA SC-206 AIS/MET Datalink Services. The detailed service definitions will be contained as an Annex to the MASPS already published by RTCA SC-206 (DO-364).

ED-151 Operational Services and Environment Definition (OSED) for Aeronautical Information Services (AIS) and Meteorological (MET) Data Link Services - Status: Published - publication date: 01/12/2007

ED-175 SPR and Interop for aeronautical information and meteorological data link services - Status: Published - publication date: 01/01/2011

ED-XXX Minimum Aviation Systems Performance Standard (MASPS) for AIS and MET Datalink Services - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2022


Next meeting: 20/09/2021


Secretary: Macarena MARTIN VITON, Airbus Operations SAS

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

To advance Communication, Navigation, Surveillance/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) concepts and support data communication developments for the Next Generation Air Transportation System and the Single European Sky ATM Research initiatives, SC-214/WG-78 shall develop guidance material to define the safety, performance and interoperability requirements for Air Traffic Services (ATS) supported by data communications.

ED-122 Ch. 1 Safety and Performance Requirements (SPR) for ATS Oceanic - Status: Published - publication date: 01/02/2011

ED-154A Future Air Navigation System 1/A – Aeronautical Telecommunication Network Interoperability Standard (FANS 1/A – ATN B1 Interop Standard) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/03/2012

ED-231A Interoperability Standard for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communication - Baseline 1 Accommodation - Status: Published - publication date: 06/04/2016

ED-120 Ch. 3 Safety and Performance Standard for Air Traffic Data Link Services in Continental Airspace Change 3 - Status: Published - publication date: 23/09/2019

ED-228A Safety and Performance Standard for Advanced ATS Data Communication - Status: Published - publication date: 06/04/2016

ED-229A Interoperability Standard for Data Communication via ATN - Status: Published - publication date: 06/04/2016

ED-230A Interoperability Standard for Data Communication via a Mix of ATN and FANS-1 A - Status: Published - publication date: 06/04/2016

ED-110B Ch1 Interoperability Requirements Standard for Aeronautical Telecommunication Network Baseline 1 - Status: Published - publication date: 16/04/2014

ED-231B Interoperability Requirements Standard for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communication ATN Baseline 1 Accomm - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2023

ED-228B Safety and Performance Standard for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communication - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2023

ED-229B Interoperability Requirements Standard for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communications - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2023

ED-230B Interoperability Requirements Standard for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communication - FANS 1A Accomodation - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2023



Chairperson: Luc Emberger, Airbus Operations SAS

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

WG-79 is tasked to develop MASPS-level guidance for SVS, EFVS, EVS and combined architectures to identify intended operations and systems architectures and enable the development of MOPS. WG dormant since 2012 and re-activated April 2015.
The group currently works on the following items:
- To review existing ED-179B and evaluate the changes that could benefit to rotorcraft operations;
- To develop MASPS for CGVS;
- To develop MASPS for an Enhanced Flight Vision System for takeoff credit. This work will be performed following SC-213 WG2; and
- To develop MASPS for SVS for aircraft state awareness.
WG-79 works in coordination with RTCA SC-213 Enhanced Flight Vision Systems/Synthetic Vision Systems (EVS/SVS). In addition, WG-79 works closely with EASA to understand in what conditions and direction the European specification could evolve, and to support EASA in this process.

ED-181 Guidance for the Development of Airborne Collision Avoidance Systems - Status: Published - publication date: 01/09/2010

ED-179B MASPS for enhanced vision systems synthetic vision systems combined vision systems and enhanced fl - Status: Published - publication date: 01/09/2011

ED-xxx MASPS for a Combined Vision System for Helicopter Operations for Low Visibility Operational Credit - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2022

ED-xxx MASPS for EVS CVS EFVS - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2021

ED-xxx MASPS for SVS SVGS CVS - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2021

ED-291 Test Procedures for Quantified Visual Advantage - Status: Published - publication date: 17/05/2021

ED-257 Change 1 SPR and Interoperability Document for Takeoff Minima by Use of EFVS - Status: Published - publication date: 15/09/2020

ED-249 MASPS for Aircraft State Awareness Synthetic Vision Systems - Status: Published - publication date: 11/01/2018

ED-255 MASPS for a Combined Vision System for Helicopter Operations - Status: Published - publication date: 17/01/2019

ED-257 Safety Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document Defining Takeoff Minima by Use of Enhanced Flight Vision Systems - Status: Published - publication date: 10/10/2018



Chairperson: Carlo TIANA, Collins Aerospace

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

WG-80 was established to develop guidelines and collect best practices to support qualification and certification of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Systems in the various intended applications for aerospace vehicles.

The Hydrogen Fuel Cell activity is part of the more electrical aircraft strategy. It is looking into hydrogen fuel cell technology airborne use cases and certification objectives.

The objective is to look into recommendations, to collect best practices, and to develop guidelines. Performance requirements such as power and reliability are outside the scope of this working group.

WG-80 is working as a joint group with SAE AE-7A.

ED-219 Aircraft Fuel Cell Safety Guidelines - Status: Published - publication date: 01/02/2013

ED-xxx MASPS for Liquid Hydrogen fuel cells on-board aircraft - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/10/2021

ED-245 MASPS for Installation of Fuel Cell Systems on Large Civil Aircraft - Status: Published - publication date: 30/07/2017

ER-020 Considerations for Hydrogen Fuel Cells in Airborne Applications - Status: Published - publication date: 18/11/2019



Chairperson: Olivier Savin, DASSAULT AVIATION

Secretary: Carlos Mourao, Embraer

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

WG-81 is tasked to analyse the means, opportunities and technical challenges to enhance the functionality and behaviour of real-time platforms by linking different teal-time platforms and by incorporating fast-time models and tools in the run. WG-81 also looks into study requirements for this interoperability and examines the requirements for common data interchange standards, data preparation facilities and high-level exchange protocols.

ED-147B ch 1 Supplement to ED-147B ED-147B ch 1 Supplement to ED-147B “Technology Mapping for HLA” - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/03/2022

ED-147A ATM Validation Platforms Interoperability Specification - Status: Published - publication date: 23/05/2017

ED-148 Guidance to Achieve ATM Validation Platforms Interoperability - Status: Published - publication date: 30/09/2017



Chairperson: Thomas Damm, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH

Secretary: Jose Manuel Cordero, ENAIRE

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

WG-82 is tasked to develop a set of documents, some of which are envisaged to be used in the context of ICAO SARPS development or to be recognised as a means of compliance. It is tasked to develop standards relative to new air-ground data link technologies including three components: airport surface, satellite, and en route/TMA L band systems.

ED-222 Technical Specification: Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communications System (AeroMACS) Profile - Status: Published - publication date: 01/11/2013

ED-223 MOPS for the Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communication System (AeroMACS) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/10/2013

ED-227 MASPS for AeroMACS - Status: Published - publication date: 01/09/2016

ED-242B MASPS for AMS(R)S Data and Voice Communications Supporting Required Communications Performance (RCP) and Required Surveillance Performance (RSP) - Status: Published - publication date: 06/04/2020

ED-243B Minimum Operational Performance Standards for Avionics Supporting Next Generation Satellite Systems (NGSS) - Status: Published - publication date: 01/04/2020

ED-242C MASPS for AMS(R)S Data and Voice Communications Supporting RCP and RSP - Status: Published - publication date: 28/06/2021

ED-243C MOPS for Avionics Supporting Next Generation Satellite Systems (NGSS) - Status: Published - publication date: 28/06/2021

ED-223A Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for the Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communication - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/03/2023

ED-243A MOPS for Avionics Supporting Next Generation Satellite Systems (NGSS) - Status: Published - publication date: 04/04/2019

ED-242A MASPS for AMS(R)S Data and Voice Communications Supporting Required Communications Performance (RCP) and Required Surveillance Performance (RSP) - Status: Published - publication date: 04/04/2019



Chairperson: Armin Schlereth, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH

Secretary: martina angelone, European Space Agency - EGNOS Division

Technical Programme Manager: Anna Guégan, anna.guegan@eurocae.net

The EUROCAE Working Group 83 “Airport Foreign Object Debris (FOD) Detection Systems” is tasked with developing guidance documents supporting airports implement systems that deal with FOD detection.
After releasing ED-235 “Minimum Aviation System Performance Specification for Foreign Object Debris Detection System” in 2017, the Working Group 83 is working on the definition of the associated OSED in order to help airports to define their CONOPS using a FOD detection system.

ED-235 MASPS for Foreign Object Debris Detection Systems - Status: Published - publication date: 01/02/2016

ER-003 Definition and Taxonomy for Foreign Object Debris - Status: Published - publication date: 01/05/2013

ED-274 OSED for Aerodrome Foreign Object Debris Detection Systems - Status: Published - publication date: 04/08/2020



Chairperson: Stephane Larose, Thales LAS France SAS

Secretary: Catherine BONARI, DGAC/DTA/STAC

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The working group will develop navigation standards intended for designers, manufacturers, and installers of avionic equipment; airspace managers and service providers; and the users of these navigation systems for world-wide operations. The new MASPS will provide guidance for the development of airspace and operational concepts needed to obtain the benefits of enhanced navigation capability in the aircraft.

ED-75D MASPS Required Navigation Performance for Area Navigation - Status: Published - publication date: 02/12/2014

ED-75E Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards - Required Navigation Performance for Area Navigation - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/12/2022


Next meeting: 17/08/2021


Chairperson: Okuary Osechas, Deutsches Zentrum fuer Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR)

Secretary: Ricardo De Sousa, NATS

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

WG-92 is working to maintain the current ED-92B version up to date and synchronized with other VDL standards. ED-92 is used in the baseline for the certification of the avionics systems and has to be consistent with the expectations of the European DLS-IR mandate.
In addition, while working on ED-92B which currently only contains test cases for the avionics systems, WG-92 identified the need to add test cases related to ground systems requirements in order to ensure the interoperability of the VDL Mode 2 systems.
The group has to determine what these test cases are and determine how these new test cases could be integrated in the existing MOPS.
Finally, a VDL Connection-less mode is under study by the VDL working groups as it should improve the system performances and reliability. The on-going discussions may lead to VDL standards update (ICAO 9776, ARINC 631, MASPS & MOPS) and, in that frame, ED-92B should be impacted.
In order to reach this objective, WG-92 is working jointly with the AEEC Data Link (DLK) Systems Subcommittee and the RTCA SC-214 VDL Sub-Group. Each group is in charge of a set of VDL-related documents, which are interlinked but cover different aspects.

ED-92D Minimum Operational Performance Standard (MOPS) for an Airborne VDL Mode 2 System Operating in the Frequency Range 118-136.975 MHz - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022

ED-92C Minimum Operational Performance Standard (MOPS) for an Airborne VDL Mode-2 System Operating in the Frequency Range 118-136.975 MHz - Status: Published - publication date: 03/10/2018

ED-276 Guidance on Air to Ground VDL Mode 2 Interoperability - Status: Published - publication date: 11/09/2020



Chairperson: Stephane PELLESCHI, Collins Aerospace

Technical Programme Manager: Anna von Groote, anna.vongroote@eurocae.net

Initially, in 2012, EUROCAE Working Group 95 has been tasked by the EUROCAE Council to update the In-Flight Ice Detection System (FIDS) Minimum Operational Specification ED-103, today the icing community is proposing to add a subgroup to the initial WG-95.
The Icing Long Range Awareness subgroup would be tasked to create an interim report to provide recommendations on the way forward of the sub-group and the way to standardize In-Flight Icing Long Range Awareness functions, provided by Weather Radar System (WXR), using new or existing EUROCAE / RTCA documents. The objectives are described in the paragraph B here below.
WG-95 would comprise two subgroups, working in parallel:
A - In Flight Icing Detection Systems (FIDS) - (Currently the existing WG95 group)
B - Long Range Awareness.

ED-103B Minimum Operational Performance Standard for In-Flight Icing Detection Systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/07/2021

ER-015 Feasibility Study Weather Radar for Ice Crystal Detection - Status: Published - publication date: 05/03/2018

ED-103A MOPS for Inflight Icing Detection Systems - Status: Published - publication date: 30/09/2017



Chairperson: Francois Larue, Adv-Icing

Secretary: Vince LoPresto, Collins Aerospace

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

In addition to the compliance process specification, the working group shall develop a MOPS for a WAIC component that allows WAIC systems to safely co-exist with Radio Altimeters in the frequency band 4 200 – 4 400 MHz. The MOPS will allow WAIC systems to share the band with Radio Altimeters and other WAIC systems in a way that (a) the safe operation of Radio Altimeters is not compromised and (b) allows the worst-case performance of a WAIC system to be pre-determined.

ED-260 MASPS for Coexistence of Wireless Avionics Intra-Communication Systems within 4 200-4 400 MHz - Status: Published - publication date: 01/07/2019

ED-XXX MOPS for a Wireless Avionics Intra-Communication System - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/10/2021

ED-246 Process Specification for Wireless On-Board Avionics Networks - Status: Published - publication date: 21/07/2017


Next meeting: 02/09/2021


Technical Programme Manager: Anna Guégan, anna.guegan@eurocae.net

Physical test-benches used in the aircraft development are complex platforms with high initial and recurrent costs. One means to alleviate these problems - Virtual Testing - is a promising solution that has already demonstrated its benefits in other industries (cell phone, etc.). However, in the avionics industry, it brings specific challenges: complex distributed systems, hardware heterogeneity, and multiple supplier infrastructures.
WG-97 ‘standardises’ the integration of virtual avionic components and enable the development of ‘plug and play’ virtual test benches.

ED-247B TS of Virtual Interoperable Simulation for Tests of Aircraft Systems in virtual or hybrid bench - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/05/2023

ED-247A Technical Standard for Virtual Interoperable Simulation for Tests of Aircraft Systems in Virtual or Hybrid Bench - Status: Published - publication date: 01/04/2020

ED-247 Technical Specification for Virtual Interoperable Simulation for Tests of Avionics Systems in Virtual or Hybrid Bench - Status: Published - publication date: 30/09/2017



Chairperson: Olivier FOURCADE, Airbus Operations SAS

Secretary: Virginie Froute, DASSAULT AVIATION

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

Fatal accidents have occurred overwater, including Air France flight 447, in which flight data and cockpit voice recorders have been very long to recover. As the long or non-recovery of recorders greatly reduces the likelihood of the actual cause of these accidents being discovered, and in order to improve the recovery of wreckage and flight recorders following an accident or incident, ED-62A has defined a performance standard for ELTs.
WG-98 is working to update ED-62 to take into account recent developments and has created a MASPS defining the automatic in-flight triggering criteria of the ELT.
The work is carried out jointly with RTCA SC-229 Aircraft Emergency Locator Transmitters.

ED-62B Ch.1 MOPS for Aircraft Emergency Locator Transmitters 406 MHz - Change 1 - Status: Published - publication date: 16/06/2020

ED-62B MOPS for Aircraft Emergency Locator Transmitters 406 MHz - Status: Published - publication date: 18/12/2018

ED-237 MASPS for Criteria to Detect In-Flight Aircraft Distress Events To Trigger Transmission of Flight Information - Status: Published - publication date: 11/03/2016



Chairperson: Philippe Plantin de Hugues, Bureau d'Enquêtes et d'Analyses

Technical Programme Manager: Anna Guégan, anna.guegan@eurocae.net

Several aircraft disappearances occurred over water, including Malaysian MH370, for which the survivors, the wreckage and the flight recorders have not been recovered. As the long-lasting or non-recovery of recorders greatly reduces the likelihood of discovering the actual cause of accidents, and in order to improve the recovery of wreckage and flight recorders following an accident or incident, it is necessary to improve performance standards for new-generation ELTs and their means of activation.
In addition, remote activation from the ground of ELT offers the possibility to localize in-flight a non-cooperative aircraft and therefor participate to the ICAO Global Aeronautical Distress & Safety System (GADSS) autonomous distress tracking function.
Finally, a general effort has been made to make General Aviation (GA) safer, including safety recommendations to make the complete ELT system more reliable (from the ELT unit to the antenna, including the cables) and reduce the GA distress cases where the ELT unit is operational but not the complete ELT system (unplugged antenna, damaged cables). This effort led to the development of ELT with internal/integral GNSS receiver and SAR antenna. For those integrated ELT, a remote activation from ground would be relevant for disappearance cases when the ELT is not triggered by G-switch or manually.
The subgroup will develop a MASPS for Return Link Service.

Activities:


ED-277 MASPS for Aircraft Emergency Locator Transmitter Remote Command via Return Link Service - Status: Published



Chairperson: Alain BOUHET, OROLIA SAS Christophe CHATAIN, ELTA (ECA GROUP )

Secretary: Manuel Lopez-Martinez, European GNSS Agency Carmen Aguilera, European GNSS Agency

Technical Programme Manager: Anna Guégan, anna.guegan@eurocae.net

WG-100 is tasked to develop standards for Remote and Virtual Towers, to assess previous work (eg SESAR, DFS, LFV, etc.) and develop a report that discusses the possibility of extending the scope of work beyond visual surveillance.
WG-100 has published ED-240 "MASPS for Remote Tower Optical Systems" on 29 September 2016.
In line with the current ToR, WG-100 is now developing ED-240A, a extension to the existing MASPS including target tracking technologies.

ED-240A Ch.1 MASPS for Remote Tower Optical Systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2021

ED-240A Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) for Remote Tower Optical Systems - Status: Published - publication date: 12/11/2018

ED-240B MASPS for Remote Tower Optical Systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2023



Chairperson: Joern Jakobi, Deutsches Zentrum fuer Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR)

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

WG-102 is tasked to specify generic surveillance safety and performance requirements. These are based on operationally driven ATC surveillance requirements that are levied onto a logical end-to-end ATC surveillance function and its respective sub-functions (resembling typical physical ATC surveillance components).


Activities:


None



Chairperson: Roland Mallwitz, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH

Secretary: Jörg Steinleitner, EUROCONTROL

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

WG-103 Independent Non-Cooperative Surveillance will develop a system agnostic Technical Specification for non-cooperative surveillance sensors – supplemented as necessary with technique (multi/bi-static or mono-static, passive and/or active) or frequency specific aspects (operating spectrum will influence the clutter and target modeling) that may necessitate annexes specific to different high-level sensor types. The Technical Specification will include guidelines to assist ANSPs procuring such Systems.

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Tim Quilter, Thales Group

Secretary: Hannes STAHL, Hensoldt Sensors GmbH

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

EUROCAE has produced a number of deliverables in the SWIM area, including but not limited to a SWIM Service specification on an information service for AMAN extended Horizon, a template for future service standardisation within EUROCAE and a list of potential SWIM Services to be standardised.
The role of EUROCAE WG-104 is to provide EUROCAE working groups with even more reliable and useful support material in form of an improved template and a comprehensive methodology to accomplish their SWIM Service standardisation activities. It is envisaged that the outcome produced will be immediately useable in the European SWIM context.

ER-xxx Final Report on the Activities undertaken by WG-104 - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2020

ED-254 Arrival Sequence Service Performance Standard - Status: Published - publication date: 03/07/2018

ER-018 SWIM Service Standardisation Package - Status: Published - publication date: 11/07/2018



Chairperson: Oliver Krueger, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH

Secretary: Eric Roelants, EUROCONTROL

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

WG-105 is tasked to develop standards and guidance documents that will allow the safe operation of UAS in all types of airspace, at all times and for all types of operations.

The work of WG-105 is organised in six Focus Teams working in a specific area. The current Focus Areas are:
•UAS Traffic Management (UAS)
•Command, Control, Communication (C3)
•Detect and Avoid (DAA)
•Design and Airworthiness Standards
•Specific Operations Risk Assessment (SORA)
•Enhanced RPAS Automation (ERA)

The work of the Focus Teams is coordinated by a Steering Committee ensuring consistency across their developments.

WG-105 works in coordination with RTCA SC-228 for Unmanned Aircraft Systems.

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Alexandra FLORIN, Wing Aviation , Maurizio Goiak, LEONARDO SpA Christian CANTALOUBE, Thales Group

Secretary: Marie Noelle Touzeau, Bureau de Normalisation de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace Karim Benmeziane, Bureau de Normalisation de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The WG-105 Steering Committee consists of the WG Leadership and Secretary, the Focus Team Leaders and other participants as required.

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Alexandra FLORIN, Wing Aviation Maurizio Goiak, LEONARDO SpA

Secretary: Marie Noelle Touzeau, Bureau de Normalisation de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The activities on Detect and Avoid (DAA) are performed by the SG-11, SG-12 and SG-13.

Activities:


ER-xxx Comparison of OSEDs related to DAA for UAS. - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/03/2021



Chairperson: Bengt-Goran SUNDQVIST, Saab

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The activities on C3 and Security are performed by the SG-21, SG-22 and SG-23.

Activities:


ED-xxx MOPS for UAS Communications by Cellular Networks - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022



Chairperson: Boris Resnick, GLONASS Union

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The activities on UTM are performed by the SG-31, SG-32 and SG-33.

Activities:


ED-yyy Minimum Operational Performance Standard (MOPS) for Aeronautical Data Provision and Exchange - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022

ED-yyy Minimum Operational Performance Standards for Network Identification Service of UAV in UTM U Space - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022

ED-yyy Minimum Operational Performance Standard for Traffic Information Situation Dissemination Exchange - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022

ED-yyy MOPS for Flight Planning and Autorisation Service for Global awareness in UTM U Space - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022

ED-yyy Minimum Operational Performance Standard for U Space Geo Awareness Service - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022



Chairperson: Pascal LAURENS, Airbus Operations SAS

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The activities on Design and Airworthiness are performed by the SG-41, SG-42.

Activities:


None



Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The activities on Enhanced RPAS Automation (ERA) are performed by the SG-51, SG-52 and SG-53.

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Didier MENET, Thales Group

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The activities on Specific Operations Risk Assessment (SORA) are performed by the SG-61.

Activities:


ED-280A Guidelines for UAS safety analysis for the Specific category (low and medium levels of robustness) - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2021

ED-xxx Guidelines for SAIL II application of SORA - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2021



Chairperson: Carlos Hernandez Medel, Telespazio

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

Developing standards for the Detect and Avoid (DAA) function for UAS operating under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) in airspaces Class A to C

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Bengt-Goran SUNDQVIST, Saab

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

DAA against conflicting traffic for RPAS operating under IFR and VFR in all airspace classes

Activities:


ED-XXX Minimum Aviation System Performance Standard for Detect & Avoid [Traffic] under VFR/IFR - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2022

ED-XXX Minimum Operational Performance Standard for Detect & Avoid [Traffic] under VFR/IFR - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2023

ED-258 OSED for Detect & Avoid [Traffic] in Class D-G airspaces under VFR/IFR - Status: Published - publication date: 28/01/2019



Chairperson: Bengt-Goran SUNDQVIST, Saab

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

Development of standards for Unmanned Systems operating at Very Low Level

Activities:


ED-XXX Minimum Operational Performance Standard for Detect & Avoid in Very Low Level Operations - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2024

ED-267 OSED for Detect and Avoid in Very Low Level Operations - Status: Published - publication date: 17/08/2020



Chairperson: julien farjon, SAFRAN

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

RPAS C2 Datalink

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Alistair MUNRO, Alistair MUNRO

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

Spectrum

Activities:


ER-016 RPAS 5030-5091 MHz CNPC LOS and BLOS compatibility study - Status: Published - publication date: 20/03/2018

ED-XXX Minimum Aviation System Performance Standard for management of the C-Band Spectrum in support of RPAS C2 Link services - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2021

ED-266 Guidance on Spectrum Access Use and Management for UAS - Status: Published - publication date: 27/03/2020



Chairperson: Alistair MUNRO, Alistair MUNRO

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

Spectrum

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Alistair MUNRO, Alistair MUNRO

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

General Activities related to UAS Traffic Management ()UTM

Activities:


Internal Report Support Work Plan on UTM - Status: Draft



Chairperson: Dirk Schindler, Airbus Operations SAS

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

E-Identification

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Eric THOMAS, Collins Aerospace Eric THOMAS, Collins Aerospace

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

UTM Geo-Fencing

Activities:


ED-270 Minimum Operational Performance Specification for UAS geo-caging - Status: Published - publication date: 23/06/2020

ED-269 Minimum Operational Performance Standard for UAS Geo-Fencing - Status: Published - publication date: 02/06/2020



Chairperson: Christian CANTALOUBE, Thales Group

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

Inputs to the AMC 1309 Process

Activities:


ED-279 Generic Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA) for UAS and RPAS - Status: Published - publication date: 25/10/2020

ER-019 Inputs to RPAS AMC 1309 - Status: Published - publication date: 09/10/2018



Chairperson: Ben van Buul, GE Aviation Systems UK

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

Standardisation of the ATC Interface of Remote Pilot Stations

Activities:


ED-272 Minimum Aviation Systems Performance Standard for Remote Pilot Stations supporting IFR operations into non-segregated airspace - Status: Published - publication date: 04/08/2020



Chairperson: Francisco Javier RAMOS SALAS, Airbus Defence & Space (Spain)

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

Enhanced RPAS Automation - Automatic Take-off and Landing

Activities:


ED-252 Operational Services and Environment Definition for RPAS Automatic Take-off and Landing - Status: Published - publication date: 09/05/2018

ED-283 Minimum Aviation Systems Performance Standard for RPAS Automatic Take-off and Landing - Status: Published - publication date: 03/03/2021



Chairperson: Giuseppe D'Angelo, LEONARDO SpA

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

Enhanced RPAS Automation - Automatic Taxiing

Activities:


ED-251 Operational Services and Environment Definition for RPAS Automatic Taxiing - Status: Published - publication date: 18/04/2018

ED-284 Minimum Aviation Systems Performance Standard for RPAS Automatic Taxiing - Status: Published - publication date: 19/05/2021



Chairperson: Didier LION, SAFRAN

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

Enhanced RPAS Automation - Automation & Emergency Recovery

Activities:


ED-281 Minimum Aviation Systems Performance Standard for RPAS Automation and Emergency Recovery - Status: Published - publication date: 09/10/2020



Chairperson: Maurice LABONDE, Airbus Defence & Space (Spain)

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

Specific Operations Risk Assessment

Activities:


ED-280 Guidelines for UAS safety analysis for the Specific category (low and medium levels of robustness) - Status: Published - publication date: 10/12/2020

IR-xxx SORA Support Work Plan - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2020



Chairperson: Carlos Hernandez Medel, Telespazio Antidio Viguria Jiménez, FADA-CATEC

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The SG will perform the activities related to GNSS for UAS.

Activities:


ED-xxx Guidelines on the use of multi-GNSS for UAS (low robustness) - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/01/2021



Chairperson: Carlos Hernandez Medel, Telespazio Enrique Plaza Baez, Everis Aeroespacial y Defensa, SLU

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

This SG will develop guidelines on the automatic protection of the flight envelope from human errors for UAS

Activities:


ED-xxx Guidelines on the automatic protection of the flight envelope from human errors for UAS - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2021



Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

To facilitate the operational approval path in Europe and an EASA ETSO authorization, an industry standard on EFB became necessary. Based on the existing material, WG-106 should identify the minimum requirements that any EFB application must meet and, develop corresponding test criteria, and monitor and consider the progress of the current EFB rulemaking activity at EASA.

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Lesage Eric, Airbus Operations SAS

Secretary: Gucemas Manuel, Thales Group

Technical Programme Manager: Anna von Groote, anna.vongroote@eurocae.net

WG-107 is tasked to revise the existing EUROCAE Document ED-57 “Minimum Performance Specification for Distance Measuring Equipment (DME/N and DME/P) – Ground Equipment” and to develop a new document “Minimum Aviation Systems Performance Specification (MASPS) for DME Infrastructure Supporting PBN Positioning”.

ED-57A Minimum Performance Specification for Distance Measuring Equipment (DME/N and DME/P) – Ground Equipment - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022

ED-XXX Minimum Aviation Systems Performance Specification (MASPS) for DME Infrastructure Supporting PBN Positioning - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022


Next meeting: 28/09/2021


Chairperson: Gerhard Emil Berz, EUROCONTROL

Secretary: Maurizio Scaramuzza, skyguide

Technical Programme Manager: Alexander Engel, alexander.engel@eurocae.net

Based on the inputs from ICAO, and in coordination with the AEEC IPS and RTCA SC-223 activities, EUROCAE WG-108 will determine what exactly is needed to ensure the deployment of ATN/IPS. In particular, ICAO will standardize the needed features for ATN/IPS such as Security, Addressing, Mobility… This will require providing guidance to ensure a consistent end-to-end deployment. The guidance document will ensure that the ATN/IPS deployment answers to the need in terms for safety, security and performance.

ED-262A Technical Standard of Aviation Profiles for ATN IPS - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/09/2021

ED-xxx MASPS on ATN-IPS end-to-end interoperability and certification - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2021

ED-262 Technical Standard of Aviation Profiles for ATN/IPS - Status: Published - publication date: 17/09/2019



Chairperson: Stephane PELLESCHI, Collins Aerospace

Technical Programme Manager: Anna von Groote, anna.vongroote@eurocae.net

Internationally, operating regulations on runway surface contamination are primarily set by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), particularly through Annexes 6, 14 and 15 of the Convention on the International Civil Aviation. The said annexes set out recommendations on the information to be given to the flight crew on the type and thickness of contaminants present on runway surfaces. In line with the approved Terms of Reference (ToR), to define the performances expected from the systems and the way of verifying that the latter reach them, WG-109 is tasked to develop Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) for Runway Weather Information Systems.

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Guillaume ROGER, DGAC/DTA/STAC

Secretary: Niklas Jost, Fraport AG

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

WG-110 will develop MOPS for Class A Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning Systems (HTAWS), analogous to fixed wing TSO-C151 Class A TAWS, in support of offshore helicopter operations. The justification for the tasking includes:
• Class A HTAWS is mandated for new aircraft first registered after 31 December 2018 under Commission Regulation (EU) 2016/1199 of 22 July 2016 (SPA.HOFO.160(c)). This mandate may be extended to additional aircraft by EASA Rulemaking Task RMT.0708. The MOPS are required to form the basis of a technical standard to support the air operating rule mandate.
• It has been demonstrated that Class A HTAWS (provided with the “Classic Modes” defined in UK CAA CAP 1519) can provide a significant (four major accidents in UK operations alone could have been avoided) and very cost-effective (of the order of $20k per aircraft) improvement in the safety of offshore helicopter operations, and would address a number of UK AAIB Safety Recommendations. The MOPS will promote and facilitate the introduction of appropriate HTAWS.
The focus of the WG will be on offshore helicopter operations.


ED-285 Minimum Operational Performance Standard for offshore Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning System (HTAWS) - Status: Published - publication date: 22/03/2021


Next meeting: 28/09/2021


Chairperson: Yasuo Ishihara, Honeywell International

Secretary: Mark Prior, CAA/SRG

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

The Working Group on Airport Collaborative Decision Making shall update the existing ED’s on A-CDM and take into account requirements on A-CDM from the PCP and put A-CDM in the appropriate context of A-SMGCS and SWIM. This activity is part of the EUROCAE Technical Work Programme and will be of benefit for all A-CDM airports and the whole network.

ED-145A Airport CDM Interface Specification - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2020

ED-146A Guidelines for Test and Validation Related to Airport CDM Interoperability - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2020

ED-xyz Airport CDM SWIM Service Performance Specification - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2021

ED-141A MASPS for Airport CDM Systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2020



Secretary: Ieyasu Sugimoto, ADB SAFEGATE

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The Working Group on VTOL (Vertical Take Off and Landing) shall develop the appropriate industry standards necessary as Acceptable Means of Compliance to support the EASA Special Condition on VTOL aircraft.
This activity is part of the EUROCAE Technical Work Programme and will be performed as a Pilot Project for the EUROCAE Lean process.

ED-278 Concept of Operations for VTOL Aircraft - Volume 1: General Considerations - Status: Published - publication date: 25/09/2020



Chairperson: Oliver Reinhardt, Volocopter GmbH Lionel Wallace, Lilium GmbH

Secretary: , Sebastian Reschenhofer, EUROCAE

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

The WG-112 Steering Committee consists of the WG Leadership, EUROCAE and EASA as well as the WG-112 SG leaders.

Activities:


None



Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

WG-112 SG-1 will develop standards for VTOL-specific aspects of electrical systems

Activities:


ED-xxx Process Standard for crashworthiness test of battery systems for eVTOL applications - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 15/09/2021

ED-289 Guidance on determination of accessible Energy in Battery Systems for eVTOL Applications - Status: Published - publication date: 05/05/2021

ED-XXX Technical Standard on Rechargeable Lithium Batteries in eVTOL applications - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/01/2022

ED-XXX Guidance on specifying random hardware failures rates of Lithium-Ion Cells for eVTOL applications - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/01/2022



Chairperson: Limhi Somerville, Vertical Aerospace

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

WG-112 SG-1 develops for VTOL-specific aspects of electrical systems WG-112 SG-1 develops for thrust / lift systems

Activities:


ED-xxx Guidance on designated fire zone for VTOL - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/07/2022

ED-xxx Guidance for rotorburst analysis for VTOL enhanced category - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/03/2022

ED-xxx Guidance for Common mode analysis for lift - thrust system for VTOL enhanced category - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/04/2022

ED-xxx Method for determination of aircraft structure failure probability - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/02/2022



Chairperson: Andrea Marinovich, LEONARDO SpA Meunier René, SAFRAN

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

WG-112 SG-3 develops standards for VTOL-specific safety aspects

Activities:


ED-xxx Guidance on Hazard and Safety Assessment from Aircraft down to system level for VTOL - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/05/2022

ED-xx Specific Risks Assessment: Magnetic Heading - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/07/2021

ED-xxx Information security guidance for VTOL and collaborative systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/05/2022

ED-xx Guidance on the demonstration of acceptable occupant safety - injury prevention measures - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/05/2022

ED-XXX Specific Risks Assessment: Positioning System - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/08/2021

ED-XXX Guidance on Ballistic Recovery System installed in a VTOL platform. - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/11/2021

ED-XXX Guidance for a crashworthy stroking seat system for a VTOL aircraft - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/09/2021



Chairperson: Philip Blagden, CAA/SRG

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

WG-112 SG-4 develops standards for VTOL-specific aspects of flight

Activities:


ED-xxx VTOL Performance - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/01/2023

ED-xxx VTOL Cockpit configuration and Control Strategy - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/10/2022

ED-xxx Compliance methodologies for VTOL certification in “inadvertent icing” operation - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/12/2021


Next meeting: 29/07/2021


Chairperson: David Scorer, Lilium GmbH

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

WG-112 SG-5 develops standards for VTOL-specific aspects of ground infrastructure and airports

Activities:


ED-xxx VTOL vertiports - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/10/2021

ED-xxx VTOL charging infrastructure - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/09/2022

IR eVTOL charging - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/10/2022



Chairperson: Simon Whalley, Skyports

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

WG-112 SG-6 develops standards for VTOL-specific aspects of Avionics

Activities:


ED-xxx VTOL Minimum Flight Instruments – Display of parameter trends and limitations - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/01/2023

ED-XXX VTOL Minimum Primary Flight Instruments - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/08/2021

ED-XXX Compliance methodologies for VTOL energy level information to the crew - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/01/2022



Chairperson: Andrea Marinovich, LEONARDO SpA

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

Develop further Volumes of Concepts of Operations (ConOps) for VTOL aircraft

Activities:


ED-278A Concept of Operations for VTOL Aircraft Volume 1 - General Considerations - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2021



Chairperson: Jörn Jaeger, Volocopter GmbH

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

Joint with the SAE Aircraft Seats Committee to develop seat standards for Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Aircraft

Activities:


DP001 MOPS on crashworthy seat systems for Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) aircraft - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/02/2022

DP002 Guidance on crashworthy seat systems for Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) aircraft - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/02/2022



Chairperson: Philip Blagden, CAA/SRG

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

The aviation industry is witnessing a revolution that will see integration of more electricity to power vehicles. One factor leading this revolution stems from environmental constraints (in order to lower the emissions): studies into the electrification of aircraft propulsion revealed the potential of reducing carbon footprint by 50% between 2005 and 2050 – supporting ACARE goals. This step-change in technology / architectures will require new ways of collaborating among airframers, engine manufacturers and system suppliers – and addressing the regulatory framework and means of compliance for these new architectures. Hybrid/Electric Aircraft promise to be one of the enablers in realizing ACARE Flightpath 2050 goals.

ED-xxx Guidance material for endurance substantiation of Electric - Hybrid Propulsion Systems EHPS - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/09/2021

Internal Report List of standardisation needs for Hybrid Electric Propulsion - Status: Published

Internal Report Standards review and assessment against the SC-EHPS - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/03/2021

ED-xxx Guidance material for durability substantiation of Electric - Hybrid Propulsion Systems EHPS - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/10/2021



Chairperson: Stephan Schlisske, Rolls-Royce Sylvain clary, SAFRAN

Secretary: Jisha NOUSHAD, FLYING WHALES

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

The primary scope of this group is to prepare technical standards, guides and any other material required to support the development of systems and the certification of aeronautical systems implementing AI-technologies.

The objectives of the working group are to:
• Develop and publish a first technical report to establish a comprehensive statement of concerns versus the current industrial standards. This first deliverable should clarify the future scope of applicability and be released in the first six months.
• Develop and publish EUROCAE Technical Reports for selecting, implementing, and certifying AI technology embedded into and/or for use with aeronautical systems in both aerial vehicles and ground systems.
• Act as a key forum for enabling global adoption and implementation of AI technologies that embed or interact with aeronautical systems.
• Enable aerospace manufactures and regulatory agencies to consider and implement common sense approaches to the certification of AI systems, which unlike other avionics software, has fundamentally non-deterministic qualities.


ER-xxx Artificial Intelligence in Aeronautical Safety-Related Systems Taxonomy - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2020

ER-022 Artificial Intelligence in Aeronautical Safety-Related Systems Statement of concerns - Status: Published - publication date: 05/05/2021

ED-xxx Process Standard for Development and Certification Approval of Aeronautical Products Implementing AI - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022

ER-xxx Artificial Intelligence in Aeronautical Safety-Related Systems Use Cases Considerations - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/03/2021



Chairperson: Christophe Gabreau, Airbus Operations SAS Beatrice Pesquet, Thales LAS France SAS

Secretary: Radoslaw Zakrzewski, Collins Aerospace

Technical Programme Manager: Anna Guégan, anna.guegan@eurocae.net

WG-115 is established to develop standards to support the safe and harmonised implementation of Counter-UAS Systems into airport and ANSP systems.

The scope of the WG is limited to surveillance, interoperability and interfaces with stakeholders involved in the C-UAS domain: e.g. ANSP, Airports, U-Space Service Providers, Surveillance Systems manufacturers, law enforcement forces, pilots…. Focus is on the detection and surveillance capabilities around the airfield, but C-UAS capability could be extended to operations in other environments, such as urban areas. The topic of cooperative targets detection is not to be addressed, but interaction with information from cooperative sensors should be included in the overall system assessment. Interoperability of the defeat capabilities with the airport and ANSP systems will be addressed.

Standards should describe the performance of the system (e.g. minimum level of detection required), interoperability and interfaces with stakeholders. General operational requirements and assumptions regarding the intended use and the expected users should first be established.

ED-286 OSED for Counter-UAS in controlled airspace - Status: Published - publication date: 19/03/2021

ED-xxx Interoperability Requirements for Counter-UAS systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2021

ED-xxx System Performance Requirements for non-cooperative UAS detection systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2021



Chairperson: Jorge Munir El Malek Vazquez, Indra Sistemas

Secretary: Philippe Robin, CS Group France

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The WG is tasked to define new standards for high voltage systems and components in aircraft. These standards are needed for the industry and the certification authorities to develop and certify new designs for electrical and hybrid aircraft, where electrical voltages will be much higher than the current standards.
Different aspects of the use of high voltage will need to be evaluated and the WG will need to identify what are the standardisation needs for high voltage.

Internal Report Report identifying the needs for High Voltage systems and components in aviation. - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2022

ED-xxx Guidance for High Voltage Systems and Components in Aviation - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2022



Chairperson: Rémy BIAUJAUD, SAFRAN

Secretary: Thierry M LEBEY, SAFRAN

Technical Programme Manager: Sergiu Marzac, sergiu.marzac@eurocae.net

The regulatory framework for UAS is being developed. EASA recently released additional information on their plan for certifying UAS defining the certified, specific and open categories. While the certified UAS category is aligned with the DO-178C/ED-12C document suite for development, and the open category does not have a software development standard needed for use and deployment, the specific category does not currently have a comprehensive compliant development standard identified to provide assurance as to the safe operations of the UAS.
The continued release of information on UAS development and UAS operations by EASA provides a need but also an opportunity for a new software development process standard that will be specific to low risk UAS applications and the specific category defined by EASA.
Moreover, it is considered that certain applications eg. by the general aviation (GA) community might benefit from a simplified software development methodology.
In addition, the FAS Ad Hoc UAS report recommended the creation of supplemental guidance in the areas of COTS, Open Source and Service History, which could be used as well by other stakeholders performing low-risk operations
The WG will therefore develop the following standards:
1. Low Risk Applications, e.g. UAS, GA, VTOL
2. Integration of COTS, Open Source and Service History into Software.
This WG will work jointly with RTCA SC-240 and all documents produced will be published both by EUROCAE and RTCA as technically equivalent documents.


Activities:


None


Next meeting: 21/09/2021


Chairperson: Burak Ata, Volocopter GmbH Stephen Cook, Northrop Grumman Corporation

Secretary: Fabrice FERRAND, SAFRAN Andy Hoag, Aireon

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

Leadership of WG-117

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Burak Ata, Volocopter GmbH

Secretary: Fabrice FERRAND, SAFRAN Andy Hoag, Aireon

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

This Sub Group will develop a document on Software Considerations in Low Risk Applications, Equipment Certifications and Approvals.

Activities:


ED-XXX Process Standard for Software Considerations in Low Risk Applications Equipment Certifications and Approvals - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/06/2021



Chairperson: Ross Hannan, Sigma Associates (Aerospace) Limited

Secretary: Pranav Nagarajan, TUM – Institute of Flight System Dynamics Todd Stempel, ENSCO Avionics Inc. Tammy Reeve, Patmos Engineering Services, I

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

This Sub Group develops a document to integrate COTS, Open Source and Service History into Software.

Activities:


ED-XXX Process Standard for the Integration of COTS Open Source and Service History into Software - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/09/2021



Chairperson: Patrick Serrot, Thales LAS France SAS

Secretary: Martha Blankenberger, Rolls-Royce Christian Decker, GE Aviation Systems UK

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

The Working Group shall maintain and enhance the MOPS for airborne flight recorders mandated by operational regulations and ICAO Annex 6 requirements aiming to provide the necessary data for accident investigation and prevention.

ED-xxx Minimum Aviation system performance standards (MASPS) for Crash Protected Recording Systems for UAS - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 02/09/2024

ED-112B Minimum Operational Performance Specification for Crash Protected Airborne Recorder Systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/03/2022


Next meeting: 27/07/2021


Chairperson: Hannes Griebel, Griebel Aerospace Consulting Jennifer Weiss, ACR Electronics

Secretary: Robin Hudson, DRS Technologies Canada Ltd.

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

WG-118 SG-0 LTM consits of the WG leadership

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Hannes Griebel, Griebel Aerospace Consulting Jennifer Weiss, ACR Electronics

Secretary: Robin Hudson, DRS Technologies Canada Ltd.

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

WG-118 SG-1 FRG will develop standards for general issues of flight recorders

Activities:


None



Chairperson: John Fisher, Federal Aviation Administration

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

WG-118 SG-2 develops standards for flight crew and machine interface recording

Activities:


None



Chairperson: John Fisher, Federal Aviation Administration Bert Bonke, European Cockpit Association (ECA)

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

WG-118 SG-3 CVR develops standards for CVR audio system

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Mark Ford, air accidents investigation branch Michael Weed, L3Harris

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

WG-118 SG-4 TRF develops standards for Flight Data Transmission systems (TFD) and for Automatic Deployable Recorders (ADFR)

Activities:


None



Chairperson: John Fisher, Federal Aviation Administration Blake van den Heuvel, DRS Technologies Canada Ltd.

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

WG-118 SG-5 UAS develops standards for flight recorders for UAS and RPAS

Activities:


None



Chairperson: Thomas Pack, ACR Electronics

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

Updated MOPS shall address the RA robustness against the existing and planned future RF environment. This future RF environment (refer schematic above) is combining all the following interferences concurrently:
• Interferences at the edges of the RA band (3800-4400MHz) and (4400-5000MHz) including anticipated futures modulations and signal strength
• Interferences within the RA band (4200-4400MHz) including: other RAs interference on board the a/c, other RAs off board the a/c, WAIC systems and any other system within RA band that are located off board the a/c, WAIC systems and any other system within RA band that are located on board the a/c,
• Out of RA band interferences that could potentially have an indirect effect on the RA due to: level of signal, modulation, potential harmonics, RA antenna potential weakness (susceptibility), RA design potential weakness (resonance).

To meet this goal particular attention should be paid on
• Operational assumptions (Worst case a/c operational scenarios, worst case RF scenarios…)
• Interferences level assumptions (possible Modulations, Signal Strength, possible bandwidth, antenna pattern…)
• Technical characteristics of RA (Maximum input level of interference the RA equipment has to support, RA Antenna pattern within and outside RA band, RA Noise Floor level, RA chirp bandwidth, IF Bandwidth, Change Rate, Power emissions, Modulations…)

The last but not the least, RA is designed under the highest level of safety requirements. As a consequence a particular attention should also be paid on the definition of appropriate margins.

WG-119 will work jointly with RTCA SC-239.

The current ED-30 and DO-155 are not technically identical; one of the aims of this revision is to align these documents and to develop technically identical documents (ED-30A/DO-155A), which will supersede the current ED-30 and DO-155.


ED-30A MOPS for Low Range Radar Altimeters - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/12/2022



Chairperson: JeanLuc ROBIN, Airbus Operations SAS

Technical Programme Manager: Anna Guégan, anna.guegan@eurocae.net

The Working Group will discuss and define the specification and parameters for sensors which could be used onboard commercial aircraft to monitor the temperature of passengers to a sufficiently high degree of accuracy, in order to highlight to the cabin crew when a passenger presents with a fever,
The objective of this piece of equipment would be to provide passenger reassurance, and to serve the recovery of the aviation industry which relies on passenger confidence following the worldwide lockdown based on the Covid-19 pandemic. The Working Group will build on the framework driven by the ICAO “Collaborative Agreement for the Prevention and Management of Public Health Events in Civil Aviation” (CAPSCA) and the EASA Aviation Industry Charter for COVID-19.


ED-297 Minimum Operational Performance Standard for Thermal Camera Systems - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 30/04/2021



Chairperson: Mike Horne, LATECOERE

Secretary: Sara Einollahi, AD Aerospace Limited

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

Due to the public health situation created by the spread of the novel Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), travel restrictions were implemented by many nations worldwide to stop the spread of the disease. Similar infectious diseases could have similar consequences.
The aviation industry recognized the seriousness of the threat of infection and moved to restore confidence of the traveling public that the aircraft in which they travel are safe from transmission vectors for the disease.
With the nature of modern air travel (within a pressure vessel of the aircraft with travellers sitting for extended time periods within the close proximity of other travellers), the industry requires proven methodologies to clean aircraft interiors (to include the cockpit and other crew specific locations).
This WG will develop guidance on the acceptable process, procedures, and tasks necessary to clean an aircraft interior to meet globally recognised health industry recommendations.
This WG will work jointly with RTCA SC-241.

ED-287A Guidance Document on Aircraft Cleaning and Disinfection - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 01/12/2021

ED-287 Guidance Document on Aircraft Cleaning and Disinfection - Status: Published - publication date: 24/12/2020



Chairperson: Manfred Mohr, IATA

Technical Programme Manager: Sebastian Reschenhofer, sebastian.reschenhofer@eurocae.net

The latest developments in Europe in support to the modernisation of ATM led to the development of 2 important documents, the Airspace Architecture Study report and the European ATM Master Plan, 2020 edition whose subtitle is “Digitalising Europe’s Aviation Infrastructure”. The AAS Transition Plan provided more details on the timeline and the required elements to progress towards this digitalisation.
One of the key common elements of these strategic documents is to implement virtualisation, automation and digitalisation of ATM, in particular via virtual centres.
Virtual centre technologies and concepts are expected to support the increase of resilience and adaptability of the European ATM Network in terms of capacity and cost efficiency. Internationally agreed standards are needed to support the successful implementation of virtual centres.

The WG is tasked to develop standards and related deliverables to support the implementation of the virtual centre concept.
The initial task shall be to develop a comprehensive report, outlining the context and providing a detailed work programme for future standardisation activities, taking into account in particular the status of R&D activities and the stakeholder needs.

This activity is covered by the TWP 2020, section 4.3.

Internal Report Virtual Centre Standardisation - Status: Draft - Publication target date: 31/05/2021



Chairperson: Philippe CHAUFFOUREAUX, skyguide

Secretary: Maja Marciniak, Egis Aviation UK Ben Stanley, Egis Aviation UK

Technical Programme Manager: Anna von Groote, anna.vongroote@eurocae.net