Forecasting future scenarios for Urban Air Mobility (UAM) vehicles and supersonic aircraft
The environmental impact of future advanced configurations like Urban Air Mobility (UAM) vehicles and supersonic transport (SST) aircraft is attracting increasing attention today. The EU-funded OASyS (Overall Air Transport System Vehicle Scenarios) project will forecast future scenarios for these vehicles in the 2035-2050 timeframe. It will examine current prediction models, and detect cases and guidelines to identify and meet data coverage gaps. The project will utilize the IDEA algorithm which is a System Dynamics model representing sector equilibrium of different categories of aircraft classes regulating supply and demand. It has been used to predict the impact new aviation technologies will have on the environment. This effort will provide Clean Sky’s Technology Evaluator (TE) with an enhanced modelling capability to estimate the impacts of potential scenarios that include these advanced configuration aircraft with regards to their technology portfolio within the global fleet.
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