Where are the European Centres of Expertise?
A set of interactive maps has been produced in order to spot and represent the main European centres of expertise. Each map represents a SRIA capability and displays all the European organisations involved in projects addressing the specific topic.
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Pro-active identification of the external hazards, development of models which enable the identification of their probability and impact.
Systems and new traffic services coupled with on-board sensor technology to ensure hazard avoidance in-flight and on the ground, e.g. detect adverse atmospheric conditions and traffic proximity, wild life, FoD.
Innovative safety concepts providing a benefit in maximizing usage of resources (runways, airspace, parking).
Innovative Health Management systems and Maintenance processes and tools, including self healing capabilities, which ensure critical systems and technologies remain operationally sound.
Common framework for Certification – Approvals which embrace new technologies and their integration within the systems to be certified and the use of new technologies and methods in the certification – approval processes.
Current and emergent environmental hazards are characterized and understood, and accurately mitigated in the design.
Improved resilience through the introduction of new technology or improved system designs.
New materials, new manufacturing techniques, and design approaches which improve the survivability (active and passive measures) of transported people and goods (e.g. new cabin designs).
Automation supports human in both normal and degraded operations; allocation of functions between human and machine is optimized in order to maximise situation awareness, support decision-making, and enhance performance execution.