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Technological European Research for RPAS in ATM

Description du projet

Architecture pour l’exploitation des drones et interaction avec la gestion du trafic aérien

Alors que les drones ne cessent de révolutionner diverses industries, des défis uniques se posent, auxquels l’aviation traditionnelle avec pilote n’a pas répondu de manière adéquate. Le projet TERRA, financé par l’UE, relèvera ces défis en se concentrant sur le thème de recherche H2020 SESAR 2016-1 RPAS04: Ground-based technology. Plus précisément, TERRA développera une architecture technique complète pour soutenir le concept de gestion du trafic des systèmes d’aéronefs sans pilote (UTM). En définissant les exigences opérationnelles et fonctionnelles pour trois cas représentatifs de drones, en tenant compte des besoins des opérateurs et de l’impact des parties prenantes, TERRA identifiera les technologies existantes et émergentes qui peuvent répondre à ces exigences. En outre, le projet analysera l’applicabilité des technologies existantes, afin de garantir une intégration sûre et efficace des drones dans l’espace aérien.

Objectif

TERRA Project addresses the research topic H2020-SESAR-2016-1 RPAS04: Ground-based technology, focusing on the performance requirements associated with the UTM concept, and identifying the technologies (existing and new) which could meet these requirements. TERRA proposes a technical architecture to support VLL RPAS operations, which are assumed to encompass interaction with VFR traffic.
The main project objectives are the following:
• Requirements identification: A set of operational and functional ground-based system requirements will be defined for three representative RPAS operational business cases, considering operator requirements but also potential impacts on stakeholders.
• Technological applicability: Analysis of applicability of existing CNS/ATM technologies which could be applied to UTM, identification and development of new technologies (e.g. machine learning classification of flight trajectories) and analysis of their applicability, considering in both cases the performance provided by these technologies with the requirements imposed upon their use.
• Architecture proposal and proof of concept: Identification of the most appropriate technologies, comparing their performance and applicability with the user requirements and definition of a technical architecture, which will be evaluated by means of a proof of concept demonstration.

To achieve these objectives, the Consortium consists of a range of companies bringing complementary expertise (research, operational, industrial) covering all the elements of ground-based technologies for UTM; additionally, an Advisory Board of stakeholders and developers has been formed to assist the consortium on the requirements identification and proposals validation. Finally, a proof of concept demonstration of the proposed architecture will be conducted, leveraging existing simulation platforms previously developed by members of the consortium. TERRA aims to safely facilitate up to 1 million VLL RPAS fligths by 2025.

Coordinateur

INGENIERIA Y ECONOMIA DEL TRANSPORTE SME MP SA
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 186 750,00
Adresse
PASEO DE LA HABANA 138
28036 Madrid
Espagne

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Région
Comunidad de Madrid Comunidad de Madrid Madrid
Type d’activité
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Liens
Coût total
€ 186 750,00

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