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a Stable and resilient ATM by integrating Robust airline operations into the network

Deliverables

Validation Metrics

This Deliverable will contain: - a cover page with the title of the deliverable, deliverable number, project information (acronym, grant number, call, topic), consortium coordinator information, edition date and number; - authoring and approval data sheet, with the names of the authors, reviewers internal to the project, approval by PC, Task Leader and WP Leader, eventual rejection by any representative of the beneficiaries, and document history. - the abstract of START project. - An executive summary of the Deliverable, highlighting the contributions, main results and conclusions, and some insight on how this deliverable will be feeding other tasks within the project. - An introduction to the topic, including the motivation and goals of the deliverable. - the methodological approach to the conduction of Task 6.1 (Definition of validation metrics). - the results derived from this task. - Concluding remarks

Project Management Plan

The Project Management Plan (PMP) of the project START is intended to guide the execution and control of the project. The PMP provides a complete description of the organisation and the management of the project. In particular, it describes roles and responsibilities, administration and coordination activities, risks and issues management. The communication, dissemination, and exploitation plans are also described in the PMP: the communication elements and the dissemination activities are detailed, and the process to make public and/or to protect the project results is defined. The PMP is primarily intended for the SESAR Joint Undertaking and the consortium members participating in the project, since it forms the baseline for the monitoring of the project progress

Concept of operations and simulation environment description

This Deliverable will contain: - a cover page with the title of the deliverable, deliverable number, project information (acronym, grant number, call, topic), consortium coordinator information, edition date and number; - authoring and approval data sheet, with the names of the authors, reviewers internal to the project, approval by PC, Task Leader and WP Leader, eventual rejection by any representative of the beneficiaries, and document history. - the abstract of START project. - An executive summary of the Deliverable, highlighting the contributions, main results and conclusions, and some insight on how this deliverable will be feeding other tasks within the project. - An introduction to the topic, including the motivation and goals of the deliverable. - the methodological approach to the conduction of Task 4.1 (Development of ConOps based on TBO), Task 4.2 (ATM Network Resiliency Management under Disturbances and Disruptive Events) and Task 4.3 (Simulation Environment). - the results derived from these tasks. - Concluding remarks

Network Resiliency Formulation and Resiliency Enhancement Demonstration

This Deliverable will contain: - a cover page with the title of the deliverable, deliverable number, project information (acronym, grant number, call, topic), consortium coordinator information, edition date and number; - authoring and approval data sheet, with the names of the authors, reviewers internal to the project, approval by PC, Task Leader and WP Leader, eventual rejection by any representative of the beneficiaries, and document history. - the abstract of START project. - An executive summary of the Deliverable, highlighting the contributions, main results and conclusions, and some insight on how this deliverable will be feeding other tasks within the project. - An introduction to the topic, including the motivation and goals of the deliverable. - the methodological approach to the conduction of Task 3.3 (Data-driven ATM Network Uncertainty Propagation Model) and Task 3.4 (Model Validations and Use Case Simulations). - the results derived from these tasks. - Concluding remarks

Integrated ATM Network Uncertainty Propagation Model

This Deliverable will contain: - a cover page with the title of the deliverable, deliverable number, project information (acronym, grant number, call, topic), consortium coordinator information, edition date and number; - authoring and approval data sheet, with the names of the authors, reviewers internal to the project, approval by PC, Task Leader and WP Leader, eventual rejection by any representative of the beneficiaries, and document history. - the abstract of START project. - An executive summary of the Deliverable, highlighting the contributions, main results and conclusions, and some insight on how this deliverable will be feeding other tasks within the project. - An introduction to the topic, including the motivation and goals of the deliverable. - the methodological approach to the conduction of Task 3.1 (Integration of Probabilistic Trajectory Uncertainty Models) and Task 3.2 (Modelling Disruptive Events in ATM Network). - the results derived from these tasks. - Concluding remarks

Data Management Plan

START will participate in the extended Open Research Data Pilot, basing its policy on the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) scheme for data, enhancing knowledge integration and reuse. To store all data used, a private space on the website will be created. START’s will develop a Data Management Plan (DMP) in D1.2. According to the Guidelines on FAIR Data Management in H2020, the DMP shall describe the data management life cycle for all datasets to be collected, processed or generated. Updates in the DMP are foreseen as new input data are used in the project.

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