Industry Build 2 Project Dashboard

  • LEAD: Bill Tuccio mailto:REDACTED@REDACTED.COM
  • CONTACT: Questions? Call me at anytime at {Phone Redacted} (Eastern Time Zone) if you have any questions.
  • Please use this page for to update your assignment status and to deliver work products.
  • All work products for the Industry Build 2 should be delivered on the wiki pages, please do NOT attach any documents without prior discussion.
  • If you require clarification on something, or for discussions, use the Blackboard Forum.
  • FAA Reauthorization HR658 Domain Analysis

NOTE: Steps 1 and Steps 2 and 3 and 3.5 have been moved to the bottom of this page......




STEP 4: Wiki Build Collaborate

DEADLINE: 2/27
  • Participate in the Industry Wiki build by reviewing content at Industry for accuracy.
  • Note any issues in Blackboard forum.
  • Rate the quality of Build 2/Industry on a scale of 1 (bad) to 5 (perfect). If less than 5, what can be done to improve.
  • What do you think about using author bylines as exemplified by Cistone/Freiwald contributions on the Industry page? Author Photos?
  • What about YouTube overview vidoes? Keep them?
Who
Use Author Bylines
Use of Author Photos
Use of YouTube Overview Videos
Overall Quality Rating
If less than 5, suggestion to improve
Al-Romaithi, Shareef
N
N
Y
5

Broyhill, Christopher
N
N
Y
5
I'm not sure I like the "wiki-concept" in general. Liked the YouTube Video addition. Gave the page some real life.
Buaphiban, Thapanat





Cistone, James
N
N
Y (if cited)
4
Overall, I would have liked to have seen more collaboration (i.e., discussion of the substance) so that we all had input to everything.
Freiwald, David
N
N
N (it's not our work!)
4
see columns 1-3 at left
Jackson, Donald





Raetzman, Patrick





Townsend, Harold
Y
Y
Y
5
By itself, the Industry Build 2 is great but I believe it should fit into the rest of the wiki, not stand out as different in formatting. Photos, videos make more interactive and appealing - considering all the wikis combined are to be one work, the photos should be in a separate section applying to the wiki as a whole, not just industry. Videos can be a great addition as long as they are not the "meat" or focus of contribution.
Tuccio
Y
Y
Y


Dr. Hampton









Artifacts



STEP 3: Deliverables

DEADLINE: FEB 20, 2012
  • Once your name appears in this section, please begin on your task by reading "Directions for Task" associated with your name. The directions for task will expand upon the ideas from the brainstorming step.
  • Once tasks are assigned, Status will change from Awaiting Assign to Assigned. Please update status with: InProgress or Done
  • Leader will note progress by filling in Leader Status Feedback, driving towards a Leader Status Feedback of "Done"

Who
Task Description
Deliverables
Status
Leader Status Feedback
‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍Topics‍‍‍‍‍‍‍ ‍‍‍‍‍‍‍
Jim Cistone
Read Directions for Task1
Build2Industry1
Done
Done 2/20
  • Unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in NAS
David Freiwald
Read Directions for Task 2
Build2Industry2
Done
Done 2/21
  • General Aviation in NAS: Access Issues Focus. Great initial deliverable!
  • 2/17 feedback; 2/21 done!
Don Jackson
Read Directions for Task 3
Build2Industry3
Done
Done 2/20
  • Availability of precious metals to support technologies and Composite Materials
Chris Broyhill
Read Directions for Task 4
Build2Industry4
Done
Done 2/20
  • Supersonic Business Jet and related issues
Harold Townsend
Read Directions for Task 5
Build2Industry5
DONE
DONE 2/20
  • Airline Consolidation in 2030; hub/spoke; low cost carriers; virtual carriers; global alliances.
  • Commercial Space Flight
Reef
Read Directions for Task 6
Build2Industry6
DONE
DONE
  • Large aircraft production in 2030; what will it look like? Considers Boeing, Airbus; Interplay with defense funding.
  • Airline Funding Strategies for Modernization (added 2/10/2012)
  • Initial deliverable 2/20; Feedback provided 2/20.
Mond
Read Directions for Task 7
Build2Industry7
IDone
Done
  • ADS-B and its future, focus on airlines (rather than G.A.)
  • Advanced navigation systems, including synthetic vision
  • Feedback given 2/21; feedback addressed 2/25.
Patrick Raetzman
Read Directions for Task 8
Build2Industry8
Done
Done
  • Aircraft Production and Systems Integration Standard
  • Advanced Systems Safety Evaluation and Acceptance Requirements
  • Submitted/Completed 3/1
Bill Tuccio
Read Directions for Task 9
Build2Industry9
Done
Done
  • Role of Electronic Flight Bags
  • CyberSecurity of Aircraft Systems

STEP 3.5: Outlandish Future Idea -- No citation, just Industry Related

DEADLINE: ONGOING
  • Contribute one outlandish idea related to industry. No citation, and as grounded as possible in.
Who
One paragraph Outlandish Industry Idea
Al-Romaithi, Shareef
The future of airline operations seem to be headed toward the utilization of bio-fuel technologies to cope with environmental restrictions and regulations. Eco-friendly skies is becoming emphasized upon more and more, particularly by North American and European authorities. Nevertheless, it has become a global concern and airlines all over the world are adapting to the new regulations accordingly. However, how effective would bio-fuel technology be and would it in fact reduce the rate of carbon dioxide emissions? These are questions that are still being researched for effective answers.
Broyhill, Christopher
?
Buaphiban, Thapanat
?
Cistone, James
The FAA track record for implementing Ground-based automation systems is poor. RTCA SC-31 recommended NAS modernization in 1948, even before I was born, and it still has not been implemented. There have been problems and large delays associated with every automation system ever developed and several have been cancelled. Further, the fact that Congress micromanages the FAA and their budget is further cause for alarm. So, I would suggest that the FAA go to the aerospace industry ans offer to lease automation equipment for NextGen air traffic management from industry. Let the FAA help define the requirements that they need for their mission, and let industry build, buy or otherwise furnish the equipment and services necessary to meet those requirements, including a tech refresh package. This is similar to the Lockheed Martin FSS, except the ATC employees would remain under the FAA ATC (or privatized ATC company). Also ITT is doing that for ADS-B. In my case, the company or companies would furnish the equipment, signals, comm and services required to perform ATC.
Freiwald, David
Industry, citing success and safety record of USAF, successfully lobbies Congress for total recall of all flight and duty time regulations for air carriers and use of "Go" and "Stop" pills for commercial aircrews. Air Transport Association, now named A4A (Airlines for America) is unofficially nicknamed "Amphetamines for Aviators" by wags such as this author.
Jackson, Donald
?
Raetzman, Patrick
?
Townsend, Harold
?
Tuccio
  • Private aircraft owner's team up with organizations, such as AOPA or new groups, to they can have crew authorization to fly PBN/RNP approaches.
  • Private aircraft owner's have access to dispatch services, both pre- and during flight, either for information transfer, as part of an insurance discount perk, or to enable the PBN/RNP benefits of airspace in NextGen.
  • Industry collaborates to invent a Star Trek like transporter: the objective being, you click a button on your belt and instantly transport to a new worldwide location. Indsutry collectively spends about as much researching the idea as designing two new, large commercial aircraft. High risk, since it likely won't work, but great upside potential. If it does work, it could conceivably overcome all the CO2 emissions issues with transportation. (full expansion on idea here: http://www.tuccio.com/DeceitfulInspiration.pdf)


STEP 1: Verify Collaborative Grading Criteria

DEADLINE: FEB 6, 2012
Who
For Directions, CLICK HERE
Al-Romaithi, Shareef
Y
Broyhill, Christopher
Y
Buaphiban, Thapanat
Y
Cistone, James
Y
Freiwald, David
Y
Jackson, Donald
Y
Raetzman, Patrick
Y
Townsend, Harold
Y
Tuccio
Y

STEP 2: Brainstorming

DEADLINE: FEB 12, 2012
Directions:
  • Read Industry Essential Questions for Build 2
  • Using the direction of Industry Essential Questions, and considering what other colleagues have entered, fill in three brainstorming ideas in the table directly below. Keep it short, just titles! Bill Tuccio will use this to create tasks for Step 3.
  • Please fill out Status as one of three options: InProgress or Done
  • Leader will note progress by filling in Leader Status Feedback, driving towards a Leader Status Feedback of "Done - See Step 3"
Who
Ideas and Try to Relation to Stakeholders from Build 1
Status
Leader Status Feedback
Al-Romaithi, Shareef
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Gulf Stream - Supersonic Transportation
  • Boeing - Dream Liner
Done
Done - See Step 3
Broyhill, Christopher
  • Regarding the feasibility of supersonic transport by 2030 and business jet OEMs:
  • Will a demand exist for the SSBJ?
  • Will the technology issues be overcome?
  • Will the regulatory issues be dealt with?
Done
Done-See Step 3
Buaphiban, Thapanat
  • Role of ADS-B in next five year
  • Airport in the future
Done
Done-See Step 3
Cistone, James
  • Commercial UAS in the NAS - Industry perspective
  • Performance Based Operations ( NOT Best Equipped, Best Served)
  • NextGen: Now or Never?
Done
Done-See Step 3
Freiwald, David
  • non-equipped GA airspace access issues
  • comparison of manufacturers' past growth forecast with reality as metric for future
  • potential for non-leisure suborbital commercial flight [Note: should this also touch on suborbital as well as full orbital, space launches, satellite delivery, etc.]
Done
Done-See Step 3
Jackson, Donald
  • Funding and Government subsidizing the user side of the equation
  • Decreasing availability of precious metals to support the technology
  • Does conforming mean loss of creativity in cockpit design?
Done
Done-See Step 3
Raetzman, Patrick
  • Aircraft Production and Systems Integration Standard
  • Economic outlook and market considerations
  • Advanced Systems Safety Evaluation and Acceptance requirements
Done
Done-See Step 3
Townsend, Harold
  • Airline consolidation (major and regional) by 2030?
  • idea 2
  • idea 3
Done
Done - See Step 3
Tuccio
  • Cyber Security of Digital Aircraft
  • Role and use of Electronic Flight Bags (EFB)
  • Best equipped/best served and what it will look like in 2030.
Done
Done-See Step 3





Build 2 Lead: Leave the "Build 2" heading and the horizontal rule (line) but delete these instructions.
Begin the Build 2 information here. Collate the information posted by your team members on the Discussion Board for this domain. Input it here in a well organized and written structure. Be sure to perform spelling and grammar checks! Use headings to structure the content by selecting Heading 1, Heading 2, and so forth from the drop-down menu on the right of "Normal" in the tool bar. You may use colored text to help distinguish headings, but don’t use colored font for paragraph text. Include a References section as the last section in the build. With the exception of a hanging indention, each reference should comply with current APA style guidance. Remember, every reference must have a citation and every citation must have a reference.

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