Future Sky Safety is glad to announce the 1st Consortium and P1 Coordination Workshop. These workshops will be held on 17-18 February, 2016 in Brussels, Belgium at EC premises.
Future Sky Safety is the first Joint Research Programme launched within Future Sky to take development and integration of aviation technologies to the European level. Beyond the research work initiated, Future Sky Safety has the important additional goal to coordinate institutional safety research programmes through an EREA Aviation Safety Research Plan (ASRP) that will help to align the research and innovation agendas of EREA research centres, as well as to create synergies with other EU initiatives in the field.
17 February: 1st Consortium Workshop
The Consortium Workshop on 17 February 2016 will be the opportunity to provide all consortium members with a review of the progress to date of the first five collaborative projects initiated within Future Sky Safety:
- P3: Solutions for runway excursions,
- P4: Total system risk assessment,
- P5: Resolving the organisational accident,
- P6: Human performance envelope,
- P7: Mitigating risks of fire, smoke and fumes.
The workshop will also aim at identifying knowledge gaps and associated research needs.
18 February: P1 Coordination Workshop
The Coordination Workshop on 18 February 2016 will gather only the participating EREA research establishments to exchange about their institutional research programmes and identify opportunities for improved coordination and new cooperation in the domain of aviation safety.
The workshop will be organised in thematic sessions in which the research establishments will provide an overview of their activities. The presentations will be followed by round tables to discuss cooperation opportunities and research needs.
The workshop will also host the launch of the first edition of the EREA Aviation Safety Research Plan (ASRP) and kick-off the agreed new cooperation on safety between EREA organisations.
As indicated on the attached map, the Covent Garden 2 building of DG Research & Innovation (designated COV2) is located at 5 minutes walking distance from the Brussels North train station.
Please report to reception, where you will receive your visitor’s badge.
We are looking forward to welcome you in Brussels!