START on International Day of the Air Traffic Controller

Every day more than 37,000 flights take off and land safely at European airports. Such a level of movement requires attentive and careful eyes able to quickly process the information and make the right decisions that lead to safety. The person capable of doing this is the air traffic controller and today, 20 October, the … More START on International Day of the Air Traffic Controller

START participates in the 12th EASN International Conference on Innovation in Aviation & Space for opening New Horizons

Today, 19 October 2022 the START project was in Barcelona participating in the 12th EASN International Conference on “Innovation in Aviation & Space for opening New Horizons”. The project described its achievements in the panel “Meteorology and Environment in ATM”, organized in seven different sessions:

The START project will join the IWAC2022

The 2022 International Workshop on Air Traffic Management, Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance will take place at the end of next month in Nakano Central Park Conference, Tokio (Japan). The START project is participating in the congress with the following publication: Title: Exploiting spatio-temporal partial separability of large-scale airspaces Authors: Julien Lavandier, Marcel Mongeau, Supatcha Chaimatanan, … More The START project will join the IWAC2022

START at the Flightkeys User Group Meeting 2022

The Flightkeys User Group Meeting 2022 took place in Vienna. It was an occasion to present START as one of FKYLab’s research projects for stable and resilient flight trajectories. In addition to this research line, the company is working on a cost-based aerosol avoidance project and also on a climate transparency app. The START project … More START at the Flightkeys User Group Meeting 2022

18th Technical Board meeting

The 18th meeting of the Technical Board of the SESAR-funded START project took place yesterday. This was an occasion to thank the team for their efforts in successfully completing the validation exercises. It is now time to analyse the results of the simulations. We will continue to share news about them!