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We're honoured to have received the Italian Best Awards 2019 prize for our contribution in the field of safety and human factors, recognising the work we do to enhance safety levels in complex systems like aviation, maritime and Industry 4.0. It is rewarding to see our job recognised and to be considered a “Made in...

The International Airport Review just published an article by our collaborators Paola Tomasello, Stefano Bonelli and Vera Ferraiuolo about three ways neuroscience can support the development of Air Traffic Management (ATM) in the future. As the role of air traffic controllers shifts to a more observatory one, does neuroscience hold the key to ensuring this...

Deep Blue is seeking candidates with expertise in any of the following disciplines: Human Factors, Safety, Ergonomics, User-Centred Design. We are an SME located in Rome with a leading position in research and development activities in EU funded projects (e.g. the Horizon 2020 programme), with a focus on safety critical activities in the transportation sector and...

AW-Drones è il progetto europeo a guida italiana che nei prossimi tre anni aiuterà l’Unione Europea a identificare standard tecnici e operativi per garantire la sicurezza dell’uso dei droni in tutti i Paesi membri. L’obiettivo è sfruttare al meglio il potenziale di sviluppo del nuovo mercato dei droni. Il finanziamento è di 2 milioni e...

Per evitare un possibile ingorgo tra le nuvole, che già oggi vedono volare oltre 100mila velivoli a guida remota di tipo professionale, la Ue ha creato un progetto che scriverà le norme del settore per i prossimi anni. Ecco come funzionerà e le forze Made in Italy coinvolte. Repubblica.it dedica oggi un articolo ad AW-Drones, il...

Il controllo del traffico aereo tra passato, presente e futuro: ieri, al 60° anniversario di ANACNA, l'Associazione Nazionale degli Assistenti e Controllori della Navigazione Aerea, si è parlato della storia del traffico aereo e delle nuove sfide che esso dovrà affrontare nel prossimo futuro, in particolare riguardo la digitalizzazione e la virtualizzazione delle operazioni. Il nostro...

Once again, Deep Blue took part into the World ATM Congress. This year, Leonardo has hosted us at their booth, dedicated to innovative technologies for a secure and efficient ATM. Together with BrainSigns, we have demonstrated how to easily and objectively measure in real time levels of mental workload, engagement and stress. Our latest measurement solution is...

Our Human Factors and Safety specialist Paola Lanzi will attend the World ATM Congress to present the H2020 funded RINGO Project. RINGO is a CSA by the European Commission. It is delivering a cohesive and coordinated approach for the identification and assessment of the needs, gaps and overlaps for strategic aviation research infrastructures in Europe towards...

Visit us at the World ATM Congress 2019: we are presenting our latest solutions for real-time neurophysiological measurement of workload and stress at Leonardo Stand (n. 890, Hall 10). Come play with us! Like video games? Ever wondered how you perform under pressure? Then, come prove yourself with our ATC game! Safely land as many aircraft as possible...

What research infrastructure does Europe need for aviation research? The European research project RINGO (Research Infrastructures Needs, Gaps and Overlaps) has scheduled four workshops this spring to collect information about the existing and future needs of aviation research infrastructures. They will be held on the 11-13th of March 2019 in Madrid (Spain); on the 2-3rd of...