Georgia Airports Conference October 14-16, 2015 Airport Cooperative
Georgia Airports Conference October 14-16, 2015 Airport Cooperative Research Program Terry Anderson, ACRP Ambassador [email protected] Agenda 1. Overview of ACRP 2. ACRP Ambassadors 3. ACRP Research Reports and Products 4. Webinars and New Panel Topics 5. New Program 6. Q & A
Audience Questions Who knows what ACRP is? Audience Who Questions has used ACRP publications? Who has participated on a panel? Who has participated as a consultant? Airport Cooperative Research Program The ACRP is an applied, contract research program with the objective of developing near-term solutions to issues
facing airport-operating agencies. The ACRP undertakes research and other technical activities in a variety of airportrelated areas The ACRP is sponsored by FAA and managed by the Transportation Research Board (TRB). The program is governed by the ACRP Oversight Committee (AOC), which is comprised of airport-industry representatives appointed by the Secretary of the US Department of Transportation What is ACRP? Began in 2006; authorized by Congress
Funded and sponsored by FAA Managed by the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Industry-driven, applied research program that develops near-term, practical solutions to problems airport operators face Research contractors selected on a competitive proposal basis Volunteer panels develop scope, select contractors, oversee research, and review results National Academy of Sciences
Established in 1863 Role of ACRP Ambassadors Speak and exhibit on behalf of ACRP at regional conferences and events Introduce airport industry practitioners to ACRP and its research products Selected through an application process each fall (one or two positions per FAA region) Learn more at: trb.org/ACRP/ACRPAmbassadors.aspx 2015 Ambassadors
Terry Anderson, Southern Region Fred McCosby, Southern Region
Angela Newland, Southern Region Dianne Walker, Great Lakes Region Gregory Albjerg, Central Region Rhonda Chambers, Central Region Lynn Hampton, Eastern Region Mark Clark, Eastern Region Robert Osborne, Southwest Region Lloyd McCoomb, Canadian Representative Kerry Ahearn, Western-Pacific Region Majed Khater, Western-Pacific Region Thomas Mahoney, New England Region Christy Yaffa, Northwest Mountain Region Rich Sewell, Alaskan Region ACRP AACRP Airline representatives
Airport board members Airport Directors & staff Airport Tenants City/County administrators Construction contractors Consultants to airports Elected officials Federal/State/Local government employees General Public Industry Association
staff Serves Serves: Metropolitan Planning Organization representatives Regulatory agency employees Pilots Public safety professionals (nonairport police/fire) Supplier (manufacturer) representatives Trade Media representatives
NAVY AIRPORT Airports Are Complicated Airports Are Complicated How Topics Are Selected Industry practitioners submit research ideas ACRP Oversight Committee selects projects that focus on applied research Projects must be relevant, applicable, and valuable to airports Projects should not duplicate current research within ACRP or elsewhere in
the industry Research must be technically feasible ACRP Research Areas ACRP RESEARCH FIELD CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM Research Field 01 Administration Research Field 04 Safety Research Field 07 Design
Research Field 10 Operations Research Field 02 Environment Research Field 05 Security Research Field 08 Construction
Research Field 11 Special Projects Research Field 03 Policy and Planning Research Field 06 Human Resources Research Field 09 Maintenance
ACRP Research Areas Administration Construction Design Environment Human Resources Maintenance Operations Policy & Planning Safety Security Special Projects
The ACRP Research Process A project panel is formed Panel develops scope of work from an original problem statement Panel reviews contractor proposals Panel oversees progress of selected contractor in completing the scope, through interim deliverables, teleconferences, and meetings Panel comments on draft final report to improve its value to the industry ACRP Today 375+ research projects authorized 200+ ACRP publications 700+ industry volunteers are actively
engaged with ACRP Participants come from airports; airlines; consultants; academics; state and federal government; and industry associations Annual Research Cycle December-February December-February Open Open solicitation solicitation for for new new problem problem
statements April-June Begin review and evaluation of problem statements.. February February Review Review proposals proposals and and select select research research
contractors. contractors. July July New New projects projects selected selected from from problem problem statements. statements. January
January Begin Begin synthesis synthesis meetings. meetings. November-December November-December Begin Begin issuing issuing for for new new projects. projects.
July-September July-September Open solicitation for new new Synthesis Synthesis and and Legal Legal topics. topics. October-November October-November Begin forming forming
Begin project project panels panels and and Synthesis Synthesis topic topic panels. August-September Solicit nominations for panel volunteers.. October October Select
Select new new Synthesis Synthesis and and Legal Legal topics. topics. What are the key problems you face at your airport, in your airport job, or in your involvement in the airport industry? airport job, or in your involvement in the airport the
key problems you face at your airport, in your airport job, or in your involvement in port, in your airport job, or in your involvement in the airport you face at your airport, in your airport job, Words of Wisdom Words of Wisdom Even if youre on the right track, youll get run over if you just sit there. - Will Rogers 5 Ways to Get Involved
1. Submit a research idea, or problem statement 2. Volunteer for a project panel 3. Prepare a research proposal 4. Respond to a request for information or complete a survey 5. Use the research results 1. Submit a Problem Statement Provide a general description of the problem Briefly describe the research proposed and how it relates to the problem
Include an estimate of the funds and time needed to complete the research Submit a Problem Statement (cont) Projects must:Topics Criteria Research o Be relevant, applicable, and provide value to airports o Be technically feasible o Not be duplicative
Submit a Problem Statementt(cont).) How ACRP selects research topics Problem statements are submitted in 1st quarter of each year ACRP and other industry practitioners review and evaluate problem statements in spring >100 problem statements were submitted in 2015 2016 Problem Statements 16-02-70 Wetland Mitigation: An Indepth Look for Airports $
150,000 16-02-75 Benefit Cost Analysis for Airport Stormwater Infrastructure Improvement $ 400,000 16-01-29 State Aviation Data Collection and Analysis $ 150,000 2 2. Volunteer for a Project Panel a Project Panel
Project panels provide technical guidance and counsel to projects from start to end Nominations to serve on project panels are due in August-September Self-nominate or be nominated by a colleague How ACRP takes a 2. Volunteer for a Panel (cont.) How ACRP takes a research idea to final publication research idea to final publication r for a Panel (cont.) ACRP How ACRP
a research idea forms takes a project panel to research each idea to commission final publication kes afor research problem tostatement final publication Panel develops scope of work (DC meeting)
RFP is advertised Panel reviews contractor proposals and selects contractor (DC meeting) 2. Volunteer for a Project Panel (cont) ACRP 16-03-40 Air Demand in a Dynamic Competitive Context with the Automobile. $ 500,000 ACRP 16-02-73 Guidebook for NEPA and Environmental Reviews at General Aviation Airports.
$ 250,000 3. Submit a Project Proposal Any interested consultant, university, etc., may submit a proposal in response to a problem statement RFP The fee for each project is usually fixed and stated in the RFP. Detailed instructions: www.trb.org/ACRP/CRPInfoPropos ers.aspx 3. Prepare a Research Proposal
ACRP 16-01-30 Airport Managers Guide to Providing Aircraft Fuel Services. $ 350,000 ACRP 16-01-32 UPDATE: Guidebook for Managing Small Airports. $ 350,000 ACRP 16-02-72 Developing a Renewable Resource Strategy at Airports. $ 300,000 ACRP 16-04-20 Airport Emergency Operations Centers Design Guide. $ 400,000 4. Respond to our surveys
Airport responses to project research surveys are essential to getting the research right! 4. Respond to a Request for Information or Complete a Survey ACRP 16-01-29 State Aviation Data Collection and Analysis. $ 150,000 ACRP 16-09-14 Advanced Computer
Maintenance Management Systems Integration for Airports. $ 375,000 5. Use Research Results Report 28: Marketing Guidebook for Small Airports ACRP Project 01-04, published 8/4/2009 $200,000 5. Use Research Results Report 58: Airport Industry Familiarization and Training for
Part-Time Airport Policy Makers ACRP 11-02/Task 15, published 10/15/2010 $75,000 Power Point 5. Use Research Results Report 19: Developing an Airport Performance-Measurement System ACRP 01-06, Published 8/5/2009 $400,000 CD ROM Image Words of Wisdom
Never memorize something you can look up. - Albert Einstein 5. Use Research Results Digests Legal Research Digest 13: Legal Issues Related to Developing Safety Management Systems and Safety Risk Management at U.S. Airports Summary Last Modified On: 1/28/2015 CD Rom Image Featured Topics
Airport Planning & Development Airport Organization Airport Finance Airport Operations Public Relations Commercial Service Airport Education & Training WEBINARS
Register for 2015 Fall Webinars Please join senior airport researchers as they present cutting-edge solutions to issues facing airports. Webinars are offered of charge, and advanced registration is required for each webinar. To register and learn about upcoming webinars and continuing education credits being offered, please visit: http://www.trb.org/ACRP/ACRPwebinars.aspx free September 22, 2015 2:00pm ET Topics of Special Concern for General Aviation Airports Moderated by: Seth Young, Aviation System Planning, TRB Aviation
Committee (AV020) Synthesis 55: Backcountry Airstrip Preservation Presented by John Anderson, T-O Engineers Report 129: Evaluating Methods for Counting Aircraft Operations at Non-Towered Airports Presented by Maria Muia Woolpert and Mary E. Johnson, Ph.D., Purdue University November 5, 2015 2:00pm ET Guidance for Understanding WiFi Disruptions and Cyber Securi ty at Airports Moderated by: Aneil Patel, ACI Report 127: Mitigating Disruptive WiFi Interference at Airports Presented by Mike Caroll, System Planning Corporation, and Stephen Berger, TEM Consulting
Report 140: Airport Cyber Security Best Practices Presented by Randy Murphy, Grafton Technologies Register for 2015 Fall Webinar (cont) November 5, 2015 2:00pm ET Guidance for Understanding WiFi Disruptions and Cyber Se curity at Airports Moderated by: Aneil Patel, ACI Report 127: Mitigating Disruptive WiFi Interference at Airports Presented by Mike Caroll, System Planning Corporation, and Stephen Berger, TEM Consulting Report 140: Airport Cyber Security Best Practices Presented by Randy Murphy, Grafton Technologies
December 1, 2015 2:00pm ET Planning for Climate Change Adaptation at Airports Moderated by: Jennifer Salerno, Environmental Impacts of Aviation, TRB Aviation Committee (AV030) Project 02-40: Climate Change Risk Assessment and Adaptation Planning at Airports Presented by Mathew Mampara, Dewberry Synthesis 33: Airport Climate Adaptation and Resilience Presented by Chris Baglin, PPC Additional Ways to Participate Impacts on Practice (IoP) Submit an IoP Lead at trb.org/ACRP/ACRPImpacts.aspx
Apply to Become an ACRP Ambassador Learn more @ trb.org/ACRP/ACRPAmbassadors.aspx Speakers Bureau Join ACRPs database of research experts Get plugged into events where you can share your knowledge about an ACRP research problem Get Social LinkedIn & Facebook Participate in online discussions. Share YOUR
success. For More Information www.TRB.org/ACRP MyACRP Regular news and updates on Upcoming and ongoing research projects New publications Success stories Announcements And more! FFLASH:
New ACRP Program New Initiative to help early to mid-career, young professionals grow and excel with the Airport Industry. Program allows airport industry executives the opportunity to sponsor promising young leaders to become the point of contact with ACRP for their organization Benefits: expand their professional network, receive professional development tips, and serve as inhouse resources on ACRPs emerging products, programs and opportunities that benefit the organization and the airport industry. http://nationalacademies.enrollchampion.sgizmo.com/s3/
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