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Yesterday, we attended the first ClimOP WP1 workshop. ClimOp aims at recommending policymakers a set of promising strategies to mitigate the impact of aviation on climate. During the workshop, we have selected the most climate-relevant aviation operational improvements. Together with aviation stakeholders, ClimOP will further model, quantitatively analyse and assess them. Interesting and fruitful group discussions...

Skill-UP: skilling, upskilling and reskilling in the future Air Transport kicks-off today. Launched in the framework of the Erasmus+ initiative, the Skill-UP research project defines new knowledge, skills and competences required for the different professionals of the aeronautical sector of the future. Starting from a needs analysis, Skill-UP intends to redesign educational and vocational training...

At the beginning of 2020, Deep Blue has joined EATEO, the European Association of Aviation Training and Educational Organisations. Our continuous research activities feed our training offer, making us able to design bespoke, customised training courses tailored to your needs and delivered with advanced training skills. Have a look at our current training calendar to know...

The EASA commission has approved the new EU drone regulation that replaces national legislation for drones. Simplified rules and higher safety standards for those who want to operate with RPAS, remotely piloted aircraft systems. Here are the main changes.   The common European regulation for drones has entered into force. In June 2018, the European Parliament approved...

Today we are in Eurocontrol headquarters in Brussels (Belgium) to kick-off SAFEMODE, a H2020 project on making Human Factors data and information usable for system and operations designers, safety managers, and regulators. The main challenge of SAFEMODE will be decoding the Human Factors iceberg. While the tip represents what is visible (the human involvement in accidents/incidents),...

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...

Resorting to commonplaces to explain accidents Serious accidents are often commented upon by prophets of doom, who explain them with commonplaces and provide simple explanations to an inevitably complex problem. Blaming the human “The problem is man”, with his faults and the intrinsic tendency to make mistakes. Many said so after the Costa Concordia disaster, the cruise ship...

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...