DATASET2050 presentation at Data Science in Aviation Workshop (EASA, Cologne-Germany)

The annual event exploring Data Science in Aviation (ComplexWorld funded; organized by Innaxis) has recently celebrated its fourth edition this past September 8th 2016. The event was hosted on the EASA premises in Cologne, Germany . This year it highlighted a presentation of the DATASET2050 project, “Data Science for Mobility”, by project coordinator Samuel Cristobal (Innaxis).

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On the Data Science In Aviation event:

Previous editions of the Data Science in Aviation event were hosted in Madrid 2013, Paris 2014 and Brussels 2015. The popular event usually draws attendance from more than 80 individuals from top European and worldwide aviation entities (including Airbus, Eurocontrol, Boeing, EASA, Airlines, Airports, ANSPs, SESAR , Universities, etc) along with ICT and data-related entities (including CERN researchers, Fraunhofer, Infrastructure-related, and various universities). Notable presenters from the 2016 edition included EASA, Innaxis, NATS, Eurocontrol, Boeing, ENAC and Fraunhofer.

In terms of the event agenda and content, the presentations has traditionally outlined how data science is understood as a useful set of fundamental principles that support and guide the principled extraction of information and knowledge from aviation data. Furthermore, the discipline leans on well-known data-mining techniques, and goes far beyond these techniques with successful data-science paradigms which provide specific applications in various air transport areas (safety, performance, mobility etc).

 

On DATASET2050 Samuel’s presentation:

The event also highlighted a key presentation from Innaxis project coordinator, Samuel Cristobal. Samuel presented five different points on data science in aviation.

  • First, he explained how some of the data science tools, techniques and concepts have been used in the mobility context, specifically using the DATASET2050 project as a case example.
  • Second, Samuel explained the different door to door phases under analysis (door-kerb; kerb-gate; gate-gate; kerb-door), which helps to delve deeper in the different data science components within aviation phases.
  • Third, Samuel outlined the different links between project objectives and overall Flightpath2050 goals.
  • The fourth point explored mobility data in Europe, and the value of the DATASET approach in this context.
  • The presentation concluded with a fifth and final point announcing the next communication actions. The full presentation can be accessed here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/91julyl8gsij2k9/DATASET_SC_v1.pdf?dl=0

 

In sum, the fourth edition of the Data Science in Aviation event was an excellent opportunity for dissemination of DATASET2050. This was in conjunction with a fruitful exchange of ideas with other aviation data scientists, some of whom working with similar tools in other sub-areas far from mobility. We hope to continue this momentum of knowledge exchange and look forward to a potential fifth edition of the popular event.

 

You can watch DATASET2050 Samuel’s presentation here, and the rest of the event videos at Innaxis’ Vimeo channel.

Mobility datasets exploration tool

Within the project, we have recently listed the sources of EU door-to-door mobility datasets, reports and papers. That information is crucial for us to build the subsequent data-driven tasks (including the model). On top of that, they could be extremely useful to anyone doing research or simply interested in the mobility topic.

Having this in mind, the consortium has developed a visual, interactive tool that provides all the information in a simple, attractive way.  By using a dynamic D3.js , it includes information about data sources together to their temporal data coverage, authors, description and availability

How it works? Click here: http://visual.innaxis.org/mobilityDataSETs/. The datasets have been categorized in 9 families, all of them relevant within mobility context.

  • Demographic
  • Passenger demand
  • Passenger type
  • Passenger behaviour
  • Door-to-kerb
  • Kerb-to-gate
  • Gate-to-kerb
  • Airside capacity
  • Competing services

By clicking in each of them (the text, right side), all the data sources available within that family are displayed. Doing a mouseover on each of them (right side), detailed information is given in a tool tip about the data coverage, sources etc. In the cases too many sources are available, scrolling is the way to see them all 🙂 Clicking on the [x] at the top brings you back to the main page.

enjoy!

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http://visual.innaxis.org/mobilityDataSETs/

 

First ComplexWorld Annual Conference

ComplexWorld will held the first Annual Conference in Seville on July 6-8, 2011 and it will be hosted by the School of Engineering of the University of Seville.

The ComplexWorld Annual Conference is intended as a forum for Air Traffic Management scientists and PhD students, Complexity Science researchers and the ComplexWorld Network community, including Members, Participants, and SESAR WP-E investigators.

The aim of the Conference is to bring together researchers from academia, research establishments, and industry that share common interests and expertise in the field of ATM Complexity Management that lies at the intersection of Complexity Science and ATM.

The Conference will focus on new concepts and developments in areas aligned with the WP-E research theme ‘Mastering Complex Systems Safely’ which explores how Complexity Science can contribute to understand, model, and ultimately drive and optimize the behaviour and the evolution of the ATM system that emerges from the complex relationships between its different elements.
The topics of the Conference include (but are not limited to):
  • Multiple spatio-temporal scales in ATM
  • Non-determinism and uncertainty in ATM
  • Emergent behaviour in ATM
  • Complex modelling of the ATM system
  • Validation and Verification of Complex ATM models
  • Design, Control and Optimization of Complex ATM models
  • Applications of Complex Systems to improve ATM performance
  • Characterization of Disturbances in ATM
  • ATM Resilience: Analysis of disturbance propagation and system stability and agility
  • Information management and decision-making mechanisms in ATM
  • Metrics at different scales, ontology and measurement in ATM
  • Other complex socio-technical and/or transport systems.

Written contributions to topics mentioned above or similar ones are sought. Papers with innovative ideas and/or technical progress will be preferred. Please submit your abstract (one A4 page) to info@complexworld.eu. Deadlines:

April 1: Abstract submission deadline
April 18: Notification of acceptance
June 1: Full Paper submission deadline
July 6-8: Conference

We hope that this information is of your interest and encourage you to send a Paper and to attend the First ComplexWorld Annual Conference.

LOCATION
Escuela Superior de Ingenieros
, Camino de los Descubrimientos 41092 Sevilla, Spain (See the map)

REGISTRATION
Anyone interested in registering should contact Innaxis by e-mail (info@complexworld.eu) including the following information:
– Name and institution:
– Arrival and departure days.

ComplexEnergy holds first workshop

Innaxis & Create-Net bring together members of the Expert Panel in Venice.

The first workshop, held on the 13th and 14th of April in Venice, proved to be successful with great brainstorming focus sessions that discussed the project´s first White Paper.

The workshop commenced with an introduction of the members of Innaxis and Create-Net, and also a detailed introduction on the ComplexEnergy initiative. Afterwards, each member of the Expert Panel that was in attendance made a short presentation about their background and vision concerning the project.

Following the presentations, the rest of the workshop advanced around four different focus sessions:

  1. Energy-related issues, challenges, and potential impact
  2. Complex Systems Methodologies and Tools
  3. Role of Complex Systems in Smart Energy Systems
  4. Relevant Scientific Communities, Possible Topics and Impacts

These focus sessions help brainstorm thoughts and ideas concerning the first White Paper that will be delivered in August. The advancements made from the workshop will be integrated into the White Paper and will continue to be developed. It is expected to have fairly thorough draft version of the White Paper around the 30th of May.

If you´d like to contact us concerning ComplexEnergy, please email innovation@innaxis.org .

More information can be found through the ComplexEnergy website and blog.

INOUI Final Dissemination Forum, Cologne Germany

Part of the INOUI Consortium, INX attends the Final Dissemination Forum

INOUI or, INnovative Operational UAS Integration, has had its final dissemination conference to present results and findings from the project. INOUI is funded by the 6th Framework Programme of the European Commission and, as the title alludes, it focuses on the integration of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) in non-restricted airspace.

An UAS consists of one or more remotely piloted aircraft, one or more pilot stations and the command and control links as well as any other system elements. Today, UAS are used mainly for miliary missions but civilian UAS usage is expected to grow. It is estimated that Europe could potentially represent the second largest market for UAS.

If integrated properly, UAS could provide a large amount of benefits for all stakeholders. However, some challenges must be tackled such as: lack of international regulations, reliability in regulation and certification, radio spectrum capacities, along with political and public acceptance.

The INOUI project has focussed primarily on:

  • Identifying the spread of operation concepts for UAS applications
  • Identifing how the UAS can fit into the ATM System of 2020
  • Identifying how UAS can benefit from SWIM
  • Identifying the safety issues related to UAS and developing high level safety objectives and requirements,
  • Identifying potential airport types for UAS operations

Paula López-Catalá is the primary researcher from Innaxis. She has been working on the INOUI project principally on Work Package 4 lead by Boeing which focuses on the 2020 UAS Common Operation Picture (SWIM Enabled).

The Final Conference was assisted by Alberto Blanch and Melanie Kubik. A retrospective concerning the final conference as well as documents to the INOUI project deliverables can be found at: www.inoui.isdefe.es .

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