SESAR JU publishes latest exploratory research results
The SESAR Joint Undertaking has published the results of some 36 completed exploratory projects. Taking place between 2016–2020, the selected projects have brought together over 100 academic and industry partners, such as universities, SMEs, research centres, airlines, manufacturers, air navigation service providers from across the European Union and EU Associated Countries.
The projects explored innovations and technologies coming not just from aviation and air traffic management, but also other sectors, such as automotive, robotics or system engineering, as well as in other safety critical industries, such as nuclear, space, etc. The most promising and mature technologies will now be considered for inclusion in the industrial research strand of the SESAR programme, with the ultimate goal of delivering smart, sustainable and safe air travel for Europe and its citizens.