China News Service, Beijing, May 14 (Reporter Zhou Yin) The reporter learned from a press conference held by the Civil Aviation Administration of China on the 14th that the Civil Aviation Administration has issued the "China Civil Aviation New Generation Aviation Broadband Communication Technology Roadmap" and proposed to vigorously promote The application of a new generation of aviation broadband communications, the construction of a civil aviation 5G network that combines public and private use, and actively builds a world-class modern civil aviation communications infrastructure system.
This is the first time that the Civil Aviation Administration has clearly proposed a systematic implementation path for the application of a new generation of aviation broadband communication technology represented by 5G in China's civil aviation.
The implementation of China's civil aviation new generation of aviation broadband communication technology application is divided into three stages, namely the short-term (2021-2025), medium-term (2025-2030) and long-term (2030-2035), and it is proposed that each stage should be completed. The main task.
In the near future: By the end of 2025, for the demonstration and promotion stage, the main goal is to complete the application demonstration of "locomotive-vehicle-track-facilities" coordinated operation based on 5G Aero MACS2.0 technology and promote it in the industry to deepen the new generation of aviation broadband communication system in civil aviation Demonstration of typical applications in various fields.
Mid-term: By the end of 2030, for the full application stage, the main goal is to build a smart network infrastructure based on a new generation of aviation broadband communication system that combines public and private use to realize air traffic control, airports, airlines, and service guarantees. Intelligent interconnection of operating elements.
Long-term: By the end of 2035, for the integration and sharing stage, the main goal is to build a new generation of aviation broadband communication system that integrates air, space and ground, realizes "full coverage" of civil aviation industry applications, and fully realizes the ubiquitous interconnection and information of various elements of the civil aviation ecosystem. Interoperability and sharing will lay a solid foundation for the realization of a modern civil aviation infrastructure system of "one face for travel, one order for logistics, one inspection for customs clearance, one network for operation, and one platform for supervision".
The Civil Aviation Administration stated that during the implementation of the "Roadmap", the civil aviation industry will focus on strengthening capacity building in four areas.
The first is to improve infrastructure capabilities, and in accordance with the application requirements of the civil aviation industry and aviation safety communication requirements, carry out the construction and application of civil aviation 5G private networks/public networks, covering operating scenarios such as airports, air traffic control, airlines, passengers, and supervision.
The second is to establish technical certification capabilities, build a new generation of aviation broadband communication technology certification laboratory, carry out technical certification and testing that comply with international civil aviation standards, and complete civil aviation application verification and evaluation of related systems.
The third is to improve equipment research and development capabilities, guide the research and development, verification and manufacturing of related avionics and ground equipment, and carry out airworthiness and operation approval of avionics equipment and approval of the use and operation of ground equipment.
The fourth is to improve air navigation service capabilities, develop new generation aviation broadband communication system-related supporting capabilities in operating units such as airports, air traffic control, and airlines, formulate and improve relevant rules, processes and working procedures, and complete relevant personnel training.
In addition, it is necessary to study and formulate relevant policies, regulations and technical standards supporting the civil aviation application of the new generation of aviation broadband communication systems, including the establishment of a domestic regulatory and standard system as well as the formulation of international standards.