Architectures of CNS Avionics System

Objectifs

Present the systems integrator's industrial point of view on the avionics architecture system, which is connected with the CNS concepts .

Describe the architectures of avionic computer and aeronautical data, Telecom bus, and illustrate their evolution.

The lecturers will put back all their presentation in the context of current “ATM/CNS” technical strategy .

Participants

Engineers and executives.

Contenu

1. Engineering, Standardisation, qualification, certification, Avionics :
  • ATA and ARINC standards.

  • Qualification : Eurocae Documents (EDxx).

  • Safety Certification CS25 /FAR25 (1301, 1309).

2. Systems design
  • Systems workshop design :

    • ARP 4754.

    • ARP 4754 (System Safety Access).

3. Conventional CNS avionics :
  • Communications architecture.

  • Navigation architecture.

  • Integration surveillance architecture.

  • Sensors, computers, antennas, control boxes, displays.

4. Evolution of conventional Avionics :
  • FMS : Overview , concept and Data base.

  • Communications (CMU, CPLDC).

  • Navigation (RVSM, FMS, MMR).

  • Surveillance (ADS ) - Man-Machine Interface.

5. Integrated Modular Avionics and CNS :
  • IMA concept.

  • IMA technology.

  • Installation of CNS functions.

6. On-board databases and Integrity :
  • Navigation databases.

  • Terrain databases.

  • Data collection.

  • Formatting, validation.

7. “Airbus” avionics Architecture.
8. Visit to the ENAC avionics laboratory or in "Airbus Industry / Colomiers / France".
9. Emerging technologies.

For information only : 26 hours