Resilience2050 is a European FP7 collaborative research project . It was launched on the 1st of June, 2012 under FP7-Transport sub-programme area AAT.2012.6.2-4. The duration of the project is 43 months. Technical and budget information can be found on CORDIS, the EU’s Community Research and Development Information Service website.
The main aim of this project is to achieve a deeper knowledge of the resilience concept in ATM, which today only incorporates the aspect of safety management. Resilience, which describes the ability of a system to recover under abnormal conditions to a given state is investigated thoroughly in domains with socio-ecological background. Resilience2050 will transfer this knowledge to ATM applying it as a new property of the system and use innovative Data Science techniques to mine different datasets to extract information on how resilient to disturbances the ATM system is. Design principles will be derived that consider only safety and physical constraints, taking into account the quantitative assessments made through the data mining process. Resilience2050 will be presenting a new concept for an efficient and resilient future ATM system.
Who we are
Resilience2050 is coordinated by Innaxis, and there are six participants from five different countries:
- INX: The Innaxis Foundation and Research Institute, Coordinator · Spain.
- DLR: Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V., the German Aerospace Centre · Germany.
- NLR: Nationaal Lucht-en Ruimtevaartlaboratorium, the National Aerospace Laboratory · The Netherlands.
- ITU: Istanbul Teknik Universitesi, Istanbul Technical University · Turkey
- DHMI: Devlet Hava Meydanlari Isletmesi, the General Directorate of State Airports
Authority of Turkey · Turkey.
- UPM: Universidad Politécnica de Madrid · Spain.
- KCL: King’s College London · United Kingdom.
Partners come mainly from the aviation field and ensure a 360 degree vision of ATM and resilience concepts.
- D3.2 The resilience metrics for the European ATM system. AnnexI (Math). AnnexII (Diss). AnnexIII (Traffic)
- D5.3 Final results report