examines the benefits complexity science approaches within air traffic management. The CASSIOPEIA project has developed a software platform, based on Agent Based Modelling, to analyse the impact of policy making and changes in operational scenarios in the aeronautical field.
The CASSIOPEIA close-out meeting was held on June 10, 2
016 in Brussels, at the SJU offices. Among the attendees included four individuals from SJU, Luis Delgado from UoW, and Samuel Cristóbal and Jorge Martín from INX. The meeting was a success, covering the main aspects of the simulation model, including the design phase, the implementation phase, and final generated results. SJU representatives were very interested in the findings and provided some interesting feedback regarding ATM during flight delays.
VISTA covers the trade-off between, and impacts of, primary regulatory and business (market) forces.
VISTA is a H2020-LTER research project coordinated by University of Westminster and participated by Innaxis, Eurocontrol, Belgocontrol and three airlines (Swiss-air, Norwegian and Icelandair). The project officially launched with the kick-off meeting on June 23, 2016 in London at University of Westminster.
(DATA driven approach for a Seamless Efficient Travelling in 2050) is the very first
Coordination and Support Action (CSA) that
provides insight into the
door-to-door European travel paradigm
for the current, 2035 and 2050 transport scenarios through a cutting edge data science approach.
On July 12, 2016 in London, a successful
1st European mobility workshop was organised in the context of the DATASET2050 project, covering different aspects of the door-to-door metrics.
The event was organized with several (and interesting!) presentations internally from consortium and also external speakers/attendees from others projects and entities (PASSME, ACARE WG1, SESAR, European Commission etc). A full list of abstracts can be accessed here.