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The SAFE project (Safer Airports and Flights for Europe) is a European project powered by SESAR Joint Undertaking supporting even safer airport operations. The project will deliver the results of 17 validation exercises and specifications for candidate SESAR Solutions by the end of year 2019.
Led by DSNA, the French Air Navigation Service Provider, the project will deliver the results of 17 validation exercises and specifications for candidate SESAR Solutions by the end of year 2019, aiming to guarantee an improved ground safety to aircraft, flight crew and passengers:
These four SESAR Solutions build on results delivered in 2016 related to the following Solutions:
All these Solutions are independent from each other, interoperable and cooperate to even enhance airport safety, each one acting as a new barrier in Reason’s model. They are being validated through flight trials, fast and real time simulations and dedicated workshops, featuring international experts in relevant domains (Human Factors, Safety and Air Navigation) as well as pilots, controllers and representatives from each concerned stakeholders (Airlines, ICAO, IATA, and EUROCONTROL).
The solution SURF-ITA+ will be made available for industrialisation, subject to a final review by the SESAR Joint Undertaking and partners, while further validations will take place on the remaining solutions to bring them to the necessary level of maturity.
Every validated Solution, every aircraft equipped with these new systems and every airport using enhanced ground safety nets are a new step towards even safer ground operations at European airports.
Co-funded by the European Commission, the SAFE project has involved 30 European partners (Airport Operators, Industry Partners, Aircraft manufacturers, Research Organizations, Air Navigation Service Providers). This project is part of SESAR 2020 Programme.