25 Jun Future Sky Safety: final public event
Future Sky Safety is an EU-funded transport research programme in the field of European aviation safety, aiming to develop new tools and new approaches to aeronautics safety and to help coordinate the research and innovation agendas of several countries and institutions.
In the last four years, Future Sky Safety focused on researching four high-level topics in European aviation safety: building ultra-resilient vehicles and improving the cabin safety; reducing risk of accidents; improving processes and technologies to achieve near-total control over the safety risks; and improving safety performance under unexpected circumstances.
Now, the Programme is ready to present and discuss the final results reached by all the projects within Future Sky Safety in a 2-day workshop. The key theme throughout the workshop is Aviation Safety, and five topics in particular will be explored:
• Reduction of runway excursion;
• Total aviation system risk prevention and mitigation;
• Reduction of the likelihood of organisational accidents;
• Improvement of pilot performance and reduction of human errors;
• Mitigation of risk of fire, smoke and fumes in modern cabins.
The workshop will be on the 6-7 of November 2018 in Brussels, at Eurocontrol Headquarters.
Visit Future Sky Safety to know more and to register!