SafeClouds presented in the EU-US workshop

Last January, a team of European and American entities organised a workshop on transatlantic research with the support of the European Commission. The event was hosted by the FAA in their facilities at the William J. Hughes Technical Center in Atlantic City. Those mostly in attendance were...

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Infrastructure needed for Aviation Data Analytics

Author: Jens Krueger Safety is key in aviation. To reach maximum safety, stakeholders are collecting a large amount of data for analytics. Ultimately, researchers want to not only evaluate the causal dependencies of safety critical events, but to also enhance operational efficiency. Presently,...

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Junior Researcher in Software modelling

Innaxis is currently seeking a software-modelling researcher (entry to junior level) to join its research team in Madrid, Spain. We look for a talented and highly motivated individual who wants to pursue a research career in the field of socio-technological systems modelling and simulation. Any individual...

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Welcome to CAMERA!

Are EU research and initiatives on the right trajectory to reach long-term goals in the (air) mobility sector? How far is Europe from the mobility goals envisioned for the future? How can synergies with other transport domains be fostered? These are some of the questions that the CAMERA (Coordination...

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DATASET2050 goodbye

After the hundreds of days (36 months!) working hard in the project + corresponding proposal… After the 3 successful events specifically organised by the project (London, Madrid, Belgrade)… After the more than 30 DATASET2050 posts tackling mobility-related topics… After the tens...

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How long?

AUTHOR: GRAHAM TANNER With the imminent publication of the DATASET2050 project results, this seems an ideal moment to compare a recent trip with one of the key project outcomes, the average door-to-door travel time. DATASET2050 modelling of passenger journeys within Europe has found the average door-to-door...

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Discovering hidden knowledge in aviation data

Author: Paula Lopez (INX) Machine learning is producing outstanding results although we know it is still far from emulating human intelligence. Applying machine learning techniques, including multi-level artificial neural networks (deep learning) to, for example, speech or image recognition...

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SafeClouds presentation at the IATA ADS

On November 15-16, 2017, IATA organised the first Aviation Data Symposium in Miami, FL USA. This event covered different angles of the application of engineering and data analytics to airline safety, operations, passenger distribution, sales, and air freight. These three areas were complemented...

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Jet-bridges: The gateway to time-wasting?

Author: Pete Hullah So you walked for what seems like miles to get to your gate. You’ve just queued for an age to have your boarding-card scanned and your passport checked. “Bon voyage” says the attendant. Welcome to the jet bridge, or Passenger Boarding Bridge (PBB) in the jargon....

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Mobility metrics and indicators rethought

Author: Gérald Gurtner Performance is about comparing some output of a system with some level of expectations. The issue of setting the right level of expectations is certainly a major issue by itself, but choosing the right metrics to measure is probably even more difficult. This difficulty comes...

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