Innovation and Networks Executive Agency

INEA signs the first H2020 grant agreement

Creation date: November 20, 2014

The grant agreement of Future Sky Safety, an EU-funded €15 million transport research project in the field of European aviation safety, was signed today. It will bring together 32 European partners to develop new tools and new approaches to aeronautics safety over a four-year period starting in January 2015.

 

The project's research activities will focus on four main topics:

-   Building ultra-resilient vehicles and improving the cabin safety

-   Reducing risk of accidents

-   Improving processes and technologies to achieve near-total control over the safety risks

-   Improving safety performance under unexpected circumstances

 

The project will also help coordinate the research and innovation agendas of several countries and institutions, as well as create synergies with other EU initiatives in the field (e.g. SESAR, Clean Sky 2).

 

Future Sky Safety was selected for funding by the European Commission Directorate General Research and Innovation in the 2014 call for proposals 'Mobility for Growth'.

 

Next calls for proposals in 'Mobility for Growth' and 'Green Vehicle' will be open in early December 2014: with €184 million and €30 million budget respectively.

 

Take a look at H2020 Transport research page for more information on the policy and visit the Participant Portal for call details.