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NOTAM Entry System (NES) August 2013 Update

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  1. NOTAM Entry System (NES) August 2013 Update NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  2. BLUE Background NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013 If the slide is all blue, this is a basic TFR Entry page. Follow the blue pages to input a basic TFR. Yellow pages are alternative information. Green/turquoise is TFR Graphical Depiction information.

  3. Yellow Background NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013 A slide with yellow background indicates that this is alternate information or additional information for more complex TFRs. For example, Polygon TFRs or TFRs with specific hours of operation.

  4. Green or Turquoise Background NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013 Indicates additional information about accessing various websites for TFRs.

  5. Content Directory • Introduction 3-7 • How to log on 8-13 • Locked out? 14 • Change your password 15-17 • Register new users 18-20 • Getting Started 21-26 • Time Range 27-30 • Alternate Time Specific TFRs 31-32 • TFR shape 33 • Circular 34-39 • Polygon 40-48a • NavAids 49-54 • Preview your TFR 55-60 • Finding the right ARTCC 61-64 • Alternative – TFR by Bearing/Distance 64-66 • Altitude 67 • Coordinating Unit 68-69 • Frequency 70 • Authors Comment 71-72 • Preview 73-74 • Submit 75 • Delete 76 • Error Messages 77-78 • ARTCC/Work Lists 79-85 • Cancelling TFR by NOTAM 86-88 • DINS 89-94 • FAA.Gov95-100 • Decode/Encode 101-106 • How to add text into TFR NOTAM 107-113 • Questions 114-115 NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  6. Introduction - What is NES? NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013 The NOTAM Entry System (NES) is an FAA program designed to simplify and expedite the TFR request process. It was created for authorized users to input TFR requests using a web browser that creates a draft TFR that is sent to the appropriate ARTCC who forwards it to the US NOTAM office for issuance.

  7. Instructions for the NOTAM Entry System (NES) NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013 It is accomplished through the acquisition of an internet “Certificate” which may be considered a passport to the secured FAA NES Website. Authorized users are required to down load the “certificate” to their computer and register as users of the NOTAM Entry System.

  8. Getting into NES 1: Go to https://www.nes.notams.faa.gov 2:You will get a security selection – click on OK. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  9. 3: You will most likely get a security Certificate “problem” – click/select “Continue to this website…” NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  10. 4: Again – you may be asked to select the Certificate – click/select OK. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  11. The Log On Process 1:Suggest you add the website to your favorites. 2: Select and Click on “LOGON 1a: Select from your favorites NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  12. 3: Sometimes nothing will happen the first time you log on. You may have to sign on a second time (security measures). The computer appears stagnant and will NOT instruct you to log on a second time. But after several minutes of nothing happening, you will realize that you have to sign on a second time….. 11 NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  13. 5: Enter your password 6: Click Submit Button 4: Enter your Initials in Capital letters. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  14. Locked Out? NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013 Note – the system will lock you out if you try to log on three times unsuccessfully. You will have to call the US NOTAM office at 1-888-876-6826 and ask them to “unlock” your account. (FS-RAL or FS-NWC for example) Be sure to have your branch name available. You will receive a new temporary password. Change your password immediately.

  15. Forgot your Password? 4: Log in three times and until you are locked out. Call the US NOTAM office at 1-888-876-6826 and tell them you are locked out. They will give you a temporary password. Log in with the temporary password immediately and create a new password. Don’t forget it! NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  16. If you have to change your password Click on User Profile and then click on “Click Here” after the words “Change Password.” NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  17. Type in your old password. Create a new password and click on Change Password. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  18. How to Register New Users Do NOT sign on – once you get the entry screen, select “Register User” NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  19. Remember your branch name – you will need it for the next step. You will get the registration screen. Fill out the requested info and create a password. Click on Register . NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  20. Next, call the US NOTAM Office at 1-888-876-6826. Be prepared with your branch name (your certificate name which looks like FS-NWC or FS-RAL – see previous slide) and your initials. Say the following – “I am registering as a new user of NES. Here is my branch name and my initials”. They will clear you for use. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  21. Entering the TFR Information Once in the system, select 1. Once in the system, Select/Click on 91.137 Form. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  22. 2: The 91.137 (a) (1) is automatically highlighted – do NOT use. 3: You must click/select on 91.137 (A) 2 NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  23. 4. Click on “Select” and use drop down menu for selecting reason for requesting TFR under 91.137 (A) (2). For wildland fires select “Fire Fighting.” NOTE – you HAVE to click on “Select” and select “Fire Fighting”. If you don’t then the “Name of Fire” box will NOT appear. 5. After the word “Fire Fighting” add the words “Aviation Operations” so it reads “Fire Fighting Aviation Operations.” NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  24. 6. Type in Incident Name and the word “fire.” For example: The Bledsoe. This clarifies the name of the fire within the NOTAM. If you do not add “the”, it can be very confusing because of the way the NOTAM is issued. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  25. 7. Click on ARTCC for Drop down menu. Select the appropriate ARTCC for the TFR location. (you must use the 3 letter code as specified. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  26. 8. Select the State in which the incident is located from the Drop down menu. 9. General Location: Type in the City or well known geographical reference nearest to the Incident. NOTE – you MUST add the State abbreviation such as “24 NM West of Olympia, WA” or the TFR will NOT map correctly. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  27. Next step – Time Range NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013 • You have two choices: • A 24 hour a day TFR. • A “time specific” TFR that has a start time in the morning and a closing time in the evening.

  28. 10: Click on Time Ranges. This opens a box which allows you to specifies the time range. 11: For 24 hour a day coverage, Ignore Step 1. Click on “Get Time Range” under Step 2. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  29. 12: When you click on “Get Time Range” in Step 2, This will bring in a standard clause “effective immediately until further notice.” 13: Click on “Save New Time Range” in Step 3. This will populate the box with your time range. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  30. 14: Click on the exit box once your selected time rangeis “saved.” NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  31. ALTERNATE If you want to identify specific hours of operation in your TFR NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013 Do NOT use the words “Daylight”, “Civil Twilight”, “Sunrise”, etc in your description as these are not LEGAL terms for the issuance of a regulatory FDC NOTAM. You must use actual times of operation.

  32. a: Go through Step One to populate the time range box with the words “Effective Immediately Until Further Notice”. b: Next, click after the word “notice” and add the following words to designate your time frame for example: “1200-0430 UTC” Note – this is an EXAMPLE. c: Which interprets to mean “effective immediately until further notice 1200-0430 Zulu or 0600 – 2100 Local” (UTC is the acronym for Greenwich Mean Time – aka Zulu). NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  33. Next Step – Shape of TFR NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013 For a circular TFR, continue to the next page or slide For a polygon TFR, please go to Slide Number 39.

  34. 15. “Affected Area”: Select either “circle” or “polygon”. DO NOT SELECT “Corridor” as that is used for Presidential motorcades. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  35. Circular TFR (For Polygon TFRs go to Slide #39.) 16. Enter Circle Radius as specified on the TFR request form. Suggested guideline is 5 NM 17. Enter latitude and longitude of the TFR. Remember to Type N (north) after latitude and W (west) after Longitude. Remember TFRs Latitude and Longitude must be in Degree,Minutes,Seconds. NOT IN DECIMALS and with no punctuation. If you do not have the seconds, use zero’s. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  36. Note the attempt to put in Degrees, Minutes, Tenths. It will be rejected by NES. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  37. 18. Click on “Find Navigation Aids” Button which will provide a list of the closest NavAid VORs. 19. Select the top NavAid as this is usually the closest to the incident. (But do not select it if it is a TVOR or a NDB – see Nav Aid discussion for more information. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  38. 20. When you check the VOR type, if it says “NDB” (Non Directional Beacon) or “TVOR” (Terminal VOR) , then do NOT use it and use the Nav aid listed below it. Even though NES lists it, it is NOT a valid or appropriate Nav aid for a TFR. “As the name implies, the signal transmitted does not include inherent directional information, in contrast to other navigational aids such as Low Frequency Radio Range, VHF omnidirectional range (VOR) and TACAN. However, the NDB signal is affected more by atmospheric conditions, mountainous terrain, coastal refraction and electrical storms, particularly at long range.” Therefore we do not use them in a TFR.” (Wikipedia reference) NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  39. For example NES suggests St George (OZN) Do not use even if it is the closest Nav Aid as it is a TVOR. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  40. How to enter a polygon TFR 1. Latitude/Longitude information needs to be entered in a clockwise direction. 2. A rectangular shaped Polygon requires 4 data points. 3. You need to select the closest Navigation Aid for each Latitude/Longitude data point. 4. If possible, use the SAME Nav Aid for all data points. Do NOT use Canadian Nav Aids. . NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  41. a: Select Polygon NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  42. Polygon Point Guide #1 #2 #1 and #2 have the same Latitudes NE Point NW Point #2 and #3 have the same longitudes. #1 and #4 have the same longitudes. # 3 and #4 have the same latitudes SE Point SW Point #4 #3 NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  43. b: Input your first set of latitude and longitudes and click on find navigation aids. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  44. c. Select your corresponding Nav aid by clicking on it. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  45. d. Now enter your second latitude and longitude. Click on find navigation aid. Select Navigation Aid and then continue in a clockwise direction with the rest of your latitude and longitudes. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  46. e. This is what it looks like after entering two sets of coordinates. Continue entering coordinates one at a time and then view your graphic to make sure you have not created a “bow tie” TFR. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  47. The only accepted lat/long format by the FAA US NOTAM office for TFR’s is Degrees, Minutes, Seconds With no punctuation. Note the attempt to put in Degrees, Minutes, Tenths was rejected by NES. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  48. e. After viewing your graphic, click on Save Polygon. NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  49. Be sure to view your polygon TFR to make sure it is not a bow-tie! NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013

  50. How do you know if a VOR is a TVOR? NES presentation by Julie Stewart j5stewar@blm.gov 8/9/2013 • You don’t! It’s not on a sectional. There are three ways to make sure it is not a TVOR: • Look in the Airport Flight Directory • Look up the VOR in AirNav.com • Check in IAMS • Did you forget what a TVOR is? It is a Terminal or Airport VOR often with limited range.