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Artificial intelligence (AI) has already delivered breakthroughs in various fields, and is now changing the face of aviation. Nevertheless, AI can also entail new risks or have negative consequences at many levels of society. For this reason, the EASA Artificial Intelligence Roadmap established an initial vision on the safety and ethical aspects of AI development...

We are pleased to announce that Deep Blue will participate in the upcoming EASN 11th International Conference on “Innovation in Aviation & Space to the Satisfaction of the European Citizens”. The conference will take place online, from the 1st until the 3rd of September 2021. Deep Blue will be represented by six EU-funded research projects we...

The EU has recently published a study on the evaluation of Regulation (EU) No 376/2014 on the reporting, analysis and follow-up of occurrences in civil aviation. The European Commission is undertaking an ex-post evaluation of the Regulation. This study provides the EC with 18 recommendations and an analytically robust ex-post evaluation of Regulation (EU) No 376/2014...

Aviation is going to change dramatically in the next decade. Urban air mobility will rise, employing drones and sky taxis. By 2030, single pilot operations will probably become a reality. The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and intelligent assistants in aviation will not only affect the flight deck but also air traffic and airport operations....

The European guide on stress management in air traffic control is now available on skybrary. The guide intends to help air traffic control professionals recognise stress, and identify possible mechanisms to mitigate its effects. Although the guide was born before the COVID-19 emergency, the pandemic makes it even more meaningful and relevant. In fact, the spread...

A week ago, together with SESAR JU, we kicked off the H2020 project SAFELAND, “SAFE LANDing through enhanced ground support”. Aim of SAFELAND is creating a valuable solution to support flight and landing of aircraft operated by a single pilot, due to partial or total incapacitation of the pilot. During its 30 month duration, the...

The latest issue of HindSight magazine is now online! Published on Skybrary, HindSight 30 focuses on the themes of well-being and stress. We are present with our article titled "Stress prevention through organisational-level interventions", which describes four good practices that aviation organisations can put in place to prevent and manage work-related stress. Many thanks to...

On the 20th of April, the Resilience Engeenering Association (REA) will host a free webinar on resilience and COVID-19. Our Human Factors expert Martina Ragosta will contribute, outlining the impact the pandemic is having on the aviation domain. The webinar is part of a series on resilience engineering topics. Currently, REA is adjusting its webinar scheduling...

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...