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Concept

The fast penetration of automation and Artificial Intelligence is boosting the adoption of autonomous systems across industries. Known as digitalisation, this trend is also rapidly changing aviation. Indeed, driven by the increasing complexity of the entire aviation ecosystem (aircraft, air traffic control, airports), digitalisation provides solutions in the form of Digital Assistants that, by teaming with their human counterparts (pilots, air traffic control operators, airport operators), support the execution of tasks to ensure safe and profitable operations in complex scenarios.

 

JARVIS aims at developing and validating three ATM solutions: an Airborne Digital Assistant, an Air Traffic Control Digital Assistant, and an Airport Digital Assistant.

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Project in numbers:

16 Partners

9 Countries

3 Digital Assistants

Consortium

Coordinator

Collins Aerospace is a business of RTX, the largest aerospace and defense company in the world.

Deep Blue is a research and consultancy Italian SME specialised in human factors, safety, validation and dissemination.

NAIS is an ICT systems company developing innovative applications and services in the space and defense markets.

CIRA, Italian Centre for Aerospace research, is a research center that implements the National Aerospace Research Programme.

Royal NLR is a knowledge organisation for applied research in the field of aerospace in the Netherlands.

Indra stands as a global leader in technology and consulting, serving as the key technological ally for businesses worldwide.

ENAIRE, a Spain’s national public entity, is appointed by the Spanish government to deliver Air Navigation Services for En-Route and Approach phases.

CRIDA’s core mission is to conduct R&D initiatives for the Spanish Air Navigation System, contributing to the worldwide network.

AIA is an international Public-Private Partnership, being the first major Greenfield airport constructed with the participation of the private sector.

Airbus is the largest aeronautics and space company in Europe and a proven worldwide leader in this sector.

DLR is the Federal Republic of Germany’s research and development centre for aeronautics and space.

ENAV is the Italian company that provides Air Traffic Control service in Italy’s skies and in 45 national civilian airports.

Leonardo is a leading global Aerospace, Defence and Security italian company.

Boeing, a leading global aerospace company, develops, manufactures and services commercial airplanes, defense products and space systems.

ENAC is a public institution of higher education and scientific and technological research.

EUROCONTROL, is an international organisation working to achieve safe and seamless air traffic management across Europe.

Swedavia owns, operates and develops Sweden’s national basic infrastructure of airports.

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