CAMERA is the funded project (GA 769606) of H2020 “Identification of gaps, barriers and needs in the aviation research” MG1.5-2017 call.
CAMERA was launched in November 2017 and will conclude after 48 months.
CAMERA is coordinated by Innaxis (Spain), with University of Westminster (UK), Bauhaus Luftfahrt (Germany), EUROCONTROL (France-Belgium) and DeepBlue (Italy) as partners.
Innaxis: Private and independent Spanish research institute focused on complexity, big data and data science in transport operations. Innaxis has over 10 years of experience in mobility and aviation research; both in low and medium TRL contexts.
EUROCONTROL: The European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation, EUROCONTROL, was founded in 1963. It is an intergovernmental organisation supporting its member states in the development, implementation and operation of a seamless, performance driven pan-European Air Traffic Management network. EUROCONTROL is a civil – military organisation with currently 41 member states.
University of Westminster: The University of Westminster (Department of Planning and Transport) has been engaged in air transport research, consultancy, and teaching for 40 years. In the last decade, mobility research has been a core part of the Department’s research with particular emphasis on economics, operations and performance.
Bauhaus Luftfahrt is a public research institution funded by the four aerospace companies Airbus Group, Industrieanlagen-Betriebsgesellschaft (IABG), Liebherr-Aerospace and MTU Aero Engines as well as grants of the Bavarian Ministry for Economic Affairs, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology. The non-profit association is an internationally-oriented think tank.
DeepBlue is an Italian research and consultancy SME specialised in safety, human factors, security and validation. The company operates in the domain of Transportation dealing with the design, analysis and evaluation of interactive systems, especially in the Aviation and Maritime domains.
The first CAMERA workshop, jointly organised with the Mobility4EU project, took place on the 15th of June in Brussels. The objective of the CAMERA workshop was to engage the mobility stakeholders, research and industrial community in the development of key performance indicators (KPIs) for assessing..Read More
Selected members of the advisory board and key transport stakeholders will be invited to: (1) assess the impact of the cross-modal project outcomes collected; (2) evaluate the applicability of the outcomes/technological solutions to other domains; and (3) select the most promising mobility project outcomes to..Read More
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Expert judgement from the members of the advisory board will be collected to produce a set of final statements and recommendations about the future state of mobility in Europe. The objectives are: (1) to assess the potential impact of projects and initiatives which have a..Read More
The aim will be to evaluate the level of adoption of the most promising solutions in other transport modes identified during the project and estimate their applicability to the other transport domains. Key mobility scenarios will act as test-beds for the solutions, and will be..Read More
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