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SusTainable AiRports, the Green heArT of Europe

Description du projet

Des solutions innovantes pour des aéroports durables

L’objectif du projet STARGATE, financé par l’UE, est de développer, de tester et de mettre en œuvre des solutions innovantes qui rendent l’écosystème aéroportuaire plus durable. Il proposera des solutions vertes spécifiques à court et moyen terme au niveau des opérations quotidiennes pour les aéroports européens. Ces solutions comprennent le développement d’une technologie de jumeau numérique pour cartographier les processus opérationnels en générant des modèles d’aéroports en 3D et en construisant une installation de mélange de biocarburants pour augmenter leur utilisation et réduire la dépendance aux carburants fossiles. STARGATE optimisera en outre les opérations du terminal, par exemple en déployant un centre de commande du terminal, et couvrira d’autres aspects transversaux comme la minimisation du bruit et des émissions.

Objectif

STARGATE is the response of a consortium of 22 entities led by Brussels Airport committing to create green airports as multimodal hubs for sustainable and smart mobility. STARGATE follows an ambitious strategy to impactfully contribute to the strengthening of the competitiveness of the European air transport ecosystem. The mission of the STARGATE consortium is to develop, test and deploy a set of innovative solutions making the airport ecosystem significantly more sustainable. Our vision is to build with STARGATE a benchmark and be source of inspiration to other airports in Europe and the world.
STARGATE is grounded on five main pillars. The first one is the application of a Digital Twin ecosystem for airports and extensive development to model the Lighthouse Airport, its transport flows, airport process, energy production and supply and emissions management. The second pillar is the focus on multimodal, sustainable and smart mobility through an innovative mobility governance practice to create an intermodal hub, and dedi-cated tools to enhance digitalisation and decarbonisation of transport for both people and goods. Third, the opti-misation of terminal operations, including the deployment of a Terminal Command Centre, a novel approach to circular resource management and the minimisation of resources and waste generated. The fourth pillar tackles the investigation in the energy field and production and use of SAF. Finally, the fifth pillar covers cross-cutting aspects such as minimisation of noise and emissions, assessing non-technological framework conditions and promoting new multi-actor governance arrangements. In STARGATE all actions undertaken are widespread as much as possible, not only to create awareness, but also to serve as valuable inputs and groundwork for other initiatives and projects in the sustainability field. Ultimately, this value chain will improve the quality of life of European citizens and provide solid foundations for a sustainable future

Appel à propositions

H2020-LC-GD-2020

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Sous appel

H2020-LC-GD-2020-1

Régime de financement

IA - Innovation action
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Coordinateur

BRUSSELS AIRPORT COMPANY
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 8 747 996,25
Adresse
August reyerslaan 80
1930 Bruxelles / brussel
Belgique

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Région
Région de Bruxelles-Capitale/Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest Région de Bruxelles-Capitale/ Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest Arr. de Bruxelles-Capitale/Arr. Brussel-Hoofdstad
Type d’activité
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Liens
Autres sources de financement
€ 3 749 141,25

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