Airborne Integrated Systems for Safety Improvement, Flight Hazard Protection and All Weather Operations
Air traffic is expected to triple world-wide within the next 20 years. With the existing on-board and on-ground systems, this would lead to an increase of aircraft accidents, in the same, or a higher proportion. Despite the fact that accidents are rare, this increase is perceived as unacceptable by society. New systems and solutions must be found to maintain the number of accidents at its current low level. This must be made first by providing the pilots with new systems allowing them to make the right decision at all times.
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- Research institutions undertaking the sub-project: Austro Control, Université Catholique de Louvain, THALES Air Defence, THALES Laser, THALES Avionics, Airbus, Météo France, Dassault Aviation, ONERA, CNRS, Rockwell Collins France, Airbus Deutschland; DLR - GermanAerospaceCenter, Eurocopter Deutschland, Euro Telmatik AG, Diehl Aerospace GmbH, University of Hannover, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Jeppersen GmbH,,Hellenic Aerospace Industry; Avitronics Research, Galileo Avionica, Deep Blu, University of Malta, Air Malta, NLR, USE2ACES, Skysoft Portugal, TsAGI, Adria Airways, GTD Sistemas de Información, Avtech, Met Office, BAE Systems, Cranfield University, and Hovemere Ltd.
- Status: Active
Improving Aircraft Safety and Security6th RTD Framework Programme
- Start Date: 20050201
- Actual Completion Date: 20090131
- Source Data: RiP Project 25352
- TRT Terms: Air traffic control; Air transportation; Aircraft crashes; All weather landing systems; Aviation safety; Integrated systems
- Subject Areas: Aviation; Operations and Traffic Management; Safety and Human Factors;
- Accession Number: 01461646
- Record Type: Research project
- Source Agency: Transport Research Knowledge Centre
- Files: RiP
- Created Date: Jan 3 2013 1:49PM