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NSCA 80-8

Proteção da Propriedade Intelectual no Sistema de Inovação da Aeronáutica

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Em vigor desde 11 de Setembro de 2019

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DCA 351-5

Swim no ATM Nacional

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Em vigor desde 4 de Setembro de 2019

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NSCA 80-2

Nomeação de Instituição de Ciência, Tecnologia e Inovação, no Âmbito do Comando da Aeronáutica

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Em vigor desde 8 de Julho de 2019

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Development of SWIM Registry for Air Traffic Management with the Blockchain Support

System Wide Information Management (SWIM) including SWIM Registry for Air Traffic Management (ATM) has been successfully developed and applied in Europe and United States. The most of developing countries have just started to study the employment of SWIM conceipt, which its establishment is required prior to the development of SWIM Registry. In this paper, we introduce the experience of the development of SWIM Registry Brazil, which comprises the study of the architecture, components, services and data accessing. In order to encourage consumers and providers to participate in the SWIM community, we developed a prototype of SWIM Registry Demonstration for the Brazilian ATM society. We propose a model based on Blockchain for managing services currently provided by Brazilian ATM in order to certificate operations which are performed by consumers, authorities and involved stakeholders. The proposed model is ecpected to provide services for SWIM Registry with integrity, efficiency, security and authenticity, which are fundamental for the proper operation of Brazilian aviation system.

BONOMO, I.; BARBOSA, I.; MONTEIRO, L.; BORGES, V.; WEIGANG, L.; BASSETO, C.; BARRETO, A. Development of SWIM Registry for Air Traffic Management with the Blockchain Support. In: Conferência Internacional sobre Sistemas Inteligentes de Transporte, 21., 2018. Anais [...]. Maui, EUA, 2018. p.1-6.

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Desenvolvimento do SWIM Registry Brasileiro

The System Wide Information Management (SWIM) consists of standards, infrastructure and governance enabling the management of air traffic information and services. The main component in the SWIM is the registry, a central repository for services and service related information, which improves interoperability. SESAR (Europe) and NextGen (USA) embraced SWIM for modernizing their Air Traffic Management programs. In Brazil, the SWIM ecosystem and the SWIM registry are at an early stage of development. This work presents a review of the main concepts of SWIM and introduces an architecture for a SWIM registry in a Brazilian scenario.

BARBOSA, I.; MONTEIRO, L.; WEIGANG, L.; BASSETO, C.; QUEIROZ, F.; SANTOS, J.; BARRETO, A. Desenvolvimento do SWIM Registry Brasileiro. In: Simposio de Transporte Aéreo, 2017. p.1-6.

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Service selection approach for swim consumer application based on semantic annotations in SOAML architecture

The increasing complexity and demand of airspace use has motivated the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to upgrade the current Air Traffic Management (ATM). One of these new technologies that will be implemented in the airspace control system is the System Wide Information Management (SWIM). SWIM is aligned with the principles of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). The SWIM standard does not implement or suggest a semantic service description. This article is concerned with modeling of consumer applications requirement services capabilities based on semantics to improve service discovery and selection. From the perspective of the consumer, it is possible to make services pre-selection that fit system requirements. Anticipating the services' pre-selection for the consumer system modeling phase, the discovery and selection can be improved. The main goal of this approach is to provide the architecture model with functional and non-functional information about services available that meets the consumer system needs. As viability test, the proposed approach was applied in a case study, a scenario in which a consumer application presents a query report integrating weather services, flight information and airport services. Model experiments show that it is possible to improve the service discovery process with pre-selection services modeled at client application.

COSTA, I. C. ; de Barros Barreto, A. ; OLIVEIRA, J. M. . Service selection approach for swim consumer application based on semantic annotations in SOAML architecture. In: Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC), 2014, Colorado Springs. Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC), 2014. p. 8B2-1-8B2-9.

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Cyber-Argus: Modeling C2 Impacts of Cyber Attacks

Cyber security is often only seen as protecting networks. However, during critical operations there is a desire to detect, assess and respond to cyber threats. Given the unknown vulnerabilities of large, complex Command and Control (C2) systems, organizations will protect the most critical assets essential for mission success. Cyber-ARGUS is a methodology that provides a mapping between the cyber and the operational domains, substantially improving the monitoring of information infrastructure (networks) supporting missions by correlating their status to mission goals. This enables a proactive, context-based response to ensure that cyber attacks will not affect ongoing operations. Cyber-ARGUS relies upon a unique approach of modeling the network and the mission separately. After modeling the mission, the mission?s tasks are mapped into services required for the mission, and these services are allocated to network nodes to form a Mission Network Graph. A vulnerability assessment and an enemy behavior analysis are conducted to determine which vulnerabilities the network is exposed to. This information is then used to adjust the node values in the Mission Network Graph, represented as a Bayesian Network, to calculate the impact assessment for each node. Finally, a simulation is run using both an Entity Level simulation and a Network emulator to determine the C2 impact of a cyber attack on the Mission. We illustrate this methodology with a detailed use case. In Brazil, the Campos Basin is a petroleum rich area that accounts for 80% of Brazil’s oil production. Because the Campos Basin is offshore, there is a high volume of helicopter traffic in the area. A new technology ? ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance ? Broadcast) will supplement radar coverage in the restricted oceanic airspace supporting the oil platforms. Results from this use case are assessed and extrapolated to determine if this methodology can be used to improve the agility of operations.

de Barros Barreto, A. ; COSTA, P. C. G. ; Hieb,M. . Cyber-Argus: Modeling C2 Impacts of Cyber Attacks. In: 19th ICCRTS, 2014, Alexandria. 19th ICCRTS. Washington, DC: CCRP, 2014.

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Uma Proposta de Arquitetura baseada no SWIM para a implementação do Airport-CDM

Com a necessidade mundial de serviços de navegação aérea mais seguros e eficientes, a ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) desenvolveu um plano de modernização dos Sistemas de Controle do Espaço Aéreo, estabelecendo conceitos como Airport-CDM (Airport Collaborative Decision Making), cuja a finalidade é dar maior eficiência e segurança na gestão das operações aeroportuárias, através da unificação dos processos operacionais e automatizados, e o SWIM (System Wide Information Management), que é a infraestrutura definida para dar suporte ao Airport-CDM, que permitirá que dados de diversas fontes prestadoras de serviços de tráfego aéreo possam ser intercambiados de forma segura e transparente. Nesse contexto, o presente artigo apresenta uma proposta de arquitetura de serviços, modelada usando conceitos SOAML (Service Oriented Architecture Modeling Language), para implementar um ambiente Airport-CDM específico para as necessidades do Sistema de Controle do Espaço Aéreo Brasileiro, utilizando como referência o SWIM.

COSTA, I. C. ; MONTEIRO, G. S. ; de Barros Barreto, A. ; OLIVEIRA, J. M. .Uma Proposta de Arquitetura baseada no SWIM para a implementação do Airport-CDM. In: Simpósio de Aplicações Operacionais em Áreas de Defesa, 2014, São José dos Campos. Simpósio de Aplicações Operacionais em Áreas de Defesa, 2014.

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Security Requirements Analysis of ADS-B Networks

Due to their many advantages over their hardwarebased counterparts, Software Defined Radios are becoming the new paradigm for radio and radar applications. In particular, Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is an emerging software defined radar technology, which has been already deployed in Europe and Australia. Deployment in the US is underway as part of the Next Generation Transportation Systems (NextGen). In spite of its several benefits, this technology has been widely criticized for being designed without security in mind, making it vulnerable to numerous attacks. Most approaches addressing this issue fail to adopt a holistic viewpoint, focusing only on part of the problem. In this paper, we propose a methodology that uses semantic technologies to address the security requirements definition from a systemic perspective. More specifically, knowledge engineering focused on misuse scenarios is applied for building customized resilient software defined radar applications, as well as classifying cyber attack severity according to measurable security metrics. We showcase our ideas using an ADS-B-related scenario developed to evaluate our research.

Thabet Kacem ; Duminda Wijesekera ; COSTA, P.C. ; Barreto, Alexandre de Barros. Security Requirements Analysis of ADS-B Networks. In: STIDS 2014 Semantic Technology for Intelligence, Defense, and Security, 2014, Fairfax. STIDS 2014 Semantic Technology for Intelligence, Defense, and Security, 2014. v. 1304. p. 40-47.

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DECEA promove 3º workshop CYBER e SWIM

BRASIL. Ministério da Defesa. Departamento de Controle do Espaço Aéreo. DECEA promove 3º workshop CYBER e SWIM. Publicado em 31 maio 2019. Fonte: Assessoria de Comunicação Social do DECEA. Reportagem: Denise Fontes. Fotos: Fábio Maciel. Disponível em: Acesso em: 01 jul. 2019.

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FAB testa uso de aeronaves remotamente pilotadas para inspeção em voo

BRASIL. Ministério da Defesa. Força Aérea Brasileira. FAB testa uso de aeronaves remotamente pilotadas para inspeção em voo: Organizações Militares da FAB realizaram ensaios em São José dos Campos (SP). Publicado em 08 maio 2019. Fonte: ICEA. Edição: Agência Força Aérea, por Tenente Gabrielli. Revisão Capitão Monteiro. Disponível em: Acesso em: 01 jul. 2019.

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DECEA realiza o II Workshop de Pesquisa do SISCEAB

BRASIL. Força Aérea Brasileira. Instituto de Controle do Espaço Aéreo. DECEA realiza o II Workshop de Pesquisa do SISCEAB. Publicado em 16 nov. 2016. Disponível em: Acesso em: 02 jul. 2019.

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