• Project ID DREAMS
  • Project duration 2017-12-05 > 2017-12-05
  • Cost
    • Total EUR 710 435
    • EU Contr. EUR 710 435
  • Status Ongoing



Information management is a key component of U-space, the European Commission’s vision to enable complex drone operations with a high degree of automation to take place in all types of operational environments, including urban areas. To facilitate this, existing aviation information must be tailored to the specific needs of UAS operators and address the aeronautical information sharing requirements coming from several stakeholders involved in drone operations such as other airspaces users, service providers, air traffic managers and aviation authorities.

The project DREAMS will analyse the present and future needs of aeronautical information to support the growth of unmanned aviation, ensuring the safety of operations.

The main objectives of the DREAMS project are:

  • Fill the gap between the existing information used by traditional manned aviation and the needs of the new unmanned aviation;
  • Analyse and simulate present and future real-world applications, to ensure that the system can be scaled as the market for drones grows and the number of applications increases;
  • Analyse and validate the technologies related to information exchange that will make possible the implementation of the future U-space concept for the management of drones in Europe


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Project Partners

IDS_logo.jpgIDS – Ingegneria Dei Sistemi S.p.A.

The Coordinator – is a company with more than 20 years of experience in the development of Aeronautical Information Management Systems and it is also a UAS manufacturer with a portfolio of drones ranging from less than 5 kg up to 25 kg.



TU_DELFT_logo.jpgDELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY – Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Is the largest Aerospace Engineering faculty of Western Europe. It has performed pioneering work into autonomous airspace, detect & avoidance algorithms and micro-aerial vehicle (MAV) system design.



EUROUSC_SPAIN_logo.jpgEuroUSC España, S.L.

Is a limited company established in Madrid, part of the European group EuroUSC, leading independent Accreditation Specialist for ‘Operations, Airworthiness and Pilot Qualification’ covering Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) with a Maximum Take-Off Mass of less than 150kg.



EUROUSC_ITALY_logo.jpgEuroUSC Italia

Is a consultant company with practical experience on drones, internationally achievements in safety assessment, human factors, safety regulation, flight test of new prototype aircraft or new airborne systems and flight inspection of navigation aids. The company is also involved in Air Traffic Management matters and Aerodrome rulemaking.



TOPVIEW_logo.jpgTopView SRL

Is a UAS operator focused on study, research and development of autonomous remote piloted robots for aerial, maritime and terrestrial applications, together with innovative products like micro-thermal and IoT sensors.

This project has received funding from the SESAR Joint Undertaking under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 763671

European Union