Vista is a SESAR Exploratory Research project that examines the effects of conflicting market forces on European performance in ATM, through the evaluation of impact metrics on four key stakeholders, and the environment.
The project comprises a systematic, impact trade-off analysis using classical and complexity metrics, encompassing both fully monetised and quasi-cost impact measures.
The Vista project has received funding from the SESAR Joint Undertaking under grant agreement No 699390 under European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
Who we are
Vista is coordinated by the University of Westminster and there are seven participants from six different countries:
- UoW: The University of Westminster, United Kingdom.
- INX: Fundación Instituto de Investación Innaxis, Spain.
- ECTL: EUROCONTROL, the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation, Belgium.
- ICE: Icelandair, Iceland.
- NOR: Norwegian Air Shuttle, Norway.
- SWR: Swiss International Air Lines, Switzerland.
- BEL: Belgocontrol, Belgium.
- Jun 09
Airline site visit: Swiss International Air Lines
Miniworkshop on how processes are currently performed, which factors affect them and data acquisition.Jun 06
Airline site visit: Norwegian
Miniworkshop on how processes are currently performed, which factors affect them and data acquisition.May 23
Airline site visit: Icelandair
Miniworkshop on how processes are currently performed, which factors affect them and data acquisition.
- 2016Nov 08
The Netherlands · Vista at SESAR Innovation days
Event hosted by TU Delft. Vista poster.Jun 23
London · Vista Kick-off meeting
The meeting took place at University of Westminster premises, London (UK) + Teleconference SJU (Brussels)
WP3 Market Forces
D3.1 Business and Regulatory Scenarios Report
WP5 Impact Trade-offs
D5.1 Initial Assessment Report
D5.2 Final Assessment Report
WP6 Stakeholder assesment & dissemination
D6.1 Dissemination Plan and project identity
D6.2 Stakeholder Consultation on Business and Regulatory Scenarios
D6.3 Stakeholder Consultation on Initial Assessment