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saFety And Resilience guidelines for aviatiOn

FARO

saFety And Resilience guidelines for aviatiOn

Call for proposal: 
H2020-SESAR-2019-2
Link to CORDIS:
Objectives: 

Air Traffic Management (ATM) goals are to expedite the flow of air traffic while ensuring safety. Demand upon the ATM system is reaching its capacity levels, which introduces pressure on the economics of air transportation and accentuates the challenge of maintaining safety. Increased Automation promises to effectively balance the capacity issue while ensuring scalability and increasing resilience.

Automation cements the modernisation of ATM in Europe, and SESAR solutions are a realisation of the sustained effort during past years towards this goal. SESAR considers the automation and digitalisation principles, transposed to the European ATM Master Plan. They are founded on the application of technology impacting profoundly on organisations and changing how people operate the ATM system. These three pillars together represent the TOP (Technology, Organisation, People) approach, and the impact of a solution can only be evaluated by addressing these three elements simultaneously. Digital solutions bring digital footprints (data). Data can be organised, transformed and exploited to quantify that impact as a function of technical, organizational, human and procedural dimensions. The quantification of this impact will be based on a deep knowledge of how ATM provides safety before and after the solution is deployed. Learning from past incidents and accidents by using natural language processing and data analysis together with gathering operational expertise will pave the way to enrich accumulated safety knowledge with a more pro-active monitoring of the system.

FARO aims at bringing new lights about how safety and resilience are addressed in ATM, with 4 main objectives: the capitalisation on the existent knowledge of safety, the quantification of the impact of increasing the level of automation on ATM safety levels, the analysis of the impact of higher levels of automation on ATM resilience, and the provision of design guidelines and identification of future research needs.

Institution Type:
Institution Name: 
European Commission
Type of funding:
Programme Other: 
SESAR-ER4-06-2019 Safety and Resilience
Lead Organisation: 

Centro De Referencia Investigacion Desarrollo E Innovacion Atm, A.i.e.

Address: 
Avda De Aragon 402 4 Edificio Allende
N/A Madrid
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€251,288
Partner Organisations: 

Lund University, Department Of Technology And Society

Address: 
Paradisgatan 5
22100 LUND
Sweden
EU Contribution: 
€313,125

Enaire

Address: 
AVENIDA DE ARAGON S/N BLOQUE 330, PORTAL 2 PARQUE EMPRESARIAL LAS MERCEDES
28022 MADRID
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€43,469

Univerzitet U Beogradu - Saobracajni Fakultet

Address: 
Vojvode Stepe 305
11000 Belgrade
Serbia
EU Contribution: 
€104,365

Eurocontrol - European Organisation For The Safety Of Air Navigation

Address: 
Rue De La Fusée 96
1130 Bruxelles
Belgium

Zenabyte Srl

Address: 
VIA CESAREA 2
16121 GENOVA
Italy
EU Contribution: 
€160,500

Universidad Politécnica De Madrid

Address: 
Avda. Ramiro de Maeztu, 3
28040 MADRID
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€126,813
Technologies: 
Development phase: