Who we are
Mercury has been developed by Innaxis and the University of Westminster with several contributions from other key aviation stakeholders around Europe.
- UoW: The University of Westminster (Department of Planning and Transport) has been engaged in air transport research, consultancy, and teaching for 40 years. In the last decade, mobility research has been a core part of the Department's research with particular emphasis on economics, operations and performance.
- INX: Private Spanish research institute focused on complexity and data Science in air transport operations. With 10+ years experience in mobility and aviation research, both in low and medium TRL contexts.
- Many more!: the collaboration and support from a long list of entities coming from academia, public institutions and industry, among others: Airlines, ANSPs, Airports, EUROCONTROL, European Commission, SESAR, ACARE WG1 and ComplexWorld, have made Mercury a reality!
Graphs using Mercury
Passenger-Oriented Enhanced Metrics
Central to the POEM project is the design of new performance metrics and their evaluation through a European network simulation model under novel flight and passenger prioritisation scenarios.
Better understanding ATM network performance trade-offs
The primary objective of ComplexityCosts is to better understand ATM network performance trade-offs for different stakeholder investment mechanisms in the context of uncertainty.
DATA driven approach for a Seamless Efficient Travelling in 2050
The very first CSA that – through a cutting edge data science approach – will provide insight into the door-to-door European travel paradigm for the current, 2035 and 2050 transport scenarios.
Market forces trade-offs impacting European ATM performance
Vista examines the effects of conflicting market forces on European performance in ATM, through the evaluation of impact metrics on four key stakeholders (airlines, passengers, ANSPs, airports), and the environment.