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Title: Aeronautics in the


1
  • Aeronautics in the
  • EU Framework Programme
  • DG RTD-H.3 - Aeronautics
  • November 2006

2
Challenges to Aviation
  • Global Warming is a world-wide recognised issue
  • Crude oil price above 75 / barrel in Summer 2006
  • Global demand for oil will raise
  • (GDP of China 9 per annum)
  • Considerations for a CO² tax in Europe
  • Investigation on true impact of aviation to
    global warming

3
European Aeronautics A Vision for 2020
http//europa.eu.int/comm/research/growth/aeronaut
ics2020/en/index.html
  • Initiated and chaired by Commissioner Philippe
    Busquin
  • Prepared by a group of 14 high-level
    personalities (GOP)
  • Focused on Research / Technology / Development
  • Takes a pan-European perspective with a 2020
    horizon

Indicates two Top level objectives
Securing global Leadership to Europe
Responding to the Societys needs
? Strategy objectives method
4
European Aeronautics A Vision for 2020 The
Goals for 2020
  • 80 cut in NOx emissions
  • Halving perceived aircraft noise
  • Five-fold reduction in accidents
  • Air traffic system capable of handling 16 million
    flights a year
  • 50 cut in CO2 emissions per pass-Km
  • 99 of all flights within 15 minutes of timetable

5
2000 European Aeronautics A Vision for 2020
2002 Strategic Research Agenda Six Challenges
for Aeronautics
2005 2nd Issue of the Strategic Research
Agenda Six High Level Target Concepts
Global leadership
Society's needs
6
2nd Strategic Research Agendawww.acare4europe.org
  • High Level Target Concepts (HLTC)
  • Highly customer oriented air transport system
  • Highly time efficient air transport system
  • Highly cost efficient air transport system
  • Ultra green air transport system
  • Ultra secure air transport system
  • Towards the future

7
RTD Funding forSpecific Aeronautics Research on
EU Levelin million Euro

) Budget 2007 - 2013 Aeronautics Air
Transport (Collaborative Research JTI) and
SESAR
8
Steady Increase of SME Participation since FP5
  • The SMEs participation increased by a factor of
    4 from the begin of FP5 to the end of FP6
  • In the last call of FP6, it approaches 12 in
    funding and 19,4 in participation.

9
Participation in F.P.6
  • EU of 25
  • Candidate countries
  • Croatia
  • Bulgaria
  • Romania
  • Turkey
  • Associated Countries
  • Island
  • Israel
  • Norway
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey

All countries contribute to the financing of the
Framework Programme by a fraction of their gross
national product
10
7th Research Framework Programme
  • Main Features
  • Duration 7 years (2007 2013)
  • Budget 54.4 billion Euro
  • Structure 9 Thematic Programmes
  • Transport (incl. Aeronautics)
  • 4.16 Billion Euro

11
7th Framework Programme
  • Four Specific Programmes
  • Corresponding to four major objectives of
    European research policy
  • Cooperation (32413 million Euro)
  • Support will be given to the whole range of
    research activities carried out in trans-national
    cooperation
  • Ideas (7510 millon Euro)
  • An autonomous European Research Council will be
    created to support investigator-driven frontier
    research.
  • People (4750 million Euro)
  • The activities support training and career
    development of researchers, referred to as Marie
    Curie actions,
  • Capacities (4097 million Euro)
  • Key aspects of European research and innovation
    capacities will be supported research
    infrastructures research for the benefit of
    SMEs regional research driven clusters.

12
7th Framework Programme
  • Cooperation
  • Support will be provided to trans-national
    co-operation at every scale across the European
    Union and beyond, in a number of thematic areas
    corresponding to major fields of the progress of
    knowledge and technology, where research must be
    supported and strengthened to address European
    social, economic, environmental and industrial
    challenges
  • The nine themes determined for EU action
  • Health
  • Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology
  • Information and Communication Technologies
  • Nano-sciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and
  • new Production Technologies
  • Energy
  • Environment (including Climate Change)
  • Transport (including Aeronautics)
  • Socio-economic Sciences and the Humanities
  • Security and Space

13
7th Research Framework Programme Budget
Breakdown
Budget 2007 - 2013 50.521 million Euro ( JRC
and EURATOM)
14
Commission Proposal for F.P.7Transport
(including Aeronautics)(2007 2013)
  • Objectives
  • Based on technological advances, develop
    integrated, greener and smarter pan-European
    transport systems for the benefit of the citizen
    and society, respecting the environment and
    natural resources
  • Securing and further developing the leading role
    attained by the European industries in the global
    market
  • Activities
  • Aeronautics and Air Transport
  • The greening of air transport
  • Increasing time efficiency
  • Ensuring customer satisfaction and safety
  • Improving cost efficiency
  • Protecting of aircraft and passengers
  • Pioneering the air transport of the future
  • Surface Transport (rail, road and waterborne)
  • Support to the European Global Satellite
    Navigation System (Galileo)

15
CandidateJoint Technology Initiatives
Global Monitoring for Environment and Security
Hydrogen and Fuel Cells for a Sustainable
Energy Future
Aeronautics and Air Transport
Towards new Nanoelectronics Approaches
Innovative Medicines for the Citizens of Europe
Embedded systems
Other possible themes to be identified later
16
Research / Technology and Product Development in
Aeronautics
Fundamental knowledge
Technology development
Technology validation
Demonstrators
Prototypes
Product definition
Product design and development
EU Framework Programme
Product demonstration
Level 1
Level 2
Joint Technology Initiative
Novel F.P.7 Concept
EUREKA
years
0
5
17
Aeronautics and Air Transport Research Themes (1)
  • The Greening of Air Transport
  • Conforms to the Ultra Green HLTC of ACAREs
    Strategic Research Agenda
  • Embraces both the global issue of climate change
    (CO2, Nox, Soot, water vapour, particulates) as
    well as the local issues of noise and air quality
  • Addresses green engine technologies, alternative
    fuels, novel aircraft /engine configurations,
    intelligent low-weight structures, improved
    aerodynamic efficiency, airport operations and
    air traffic management as well as manufacturing
    and recycling processes.

18
Aeronautics and Air Transport Research Themes (2)
  • Increasing Time Efficiency
  • Conforms to the Highly Time Efficient HLTC of
    ACAREs Strategic Research Agenda.
  • Aims at significant reduction of journey time
    through maintaining flight time within schedule
    and minimising the time that passengers have to
    spend in airports in the travel-related process.
  • Addresses the development and implementation of
    an innovative air traffic managements system
    integrating the air, ground and space
    components, and featuring greater automation,
    flexibility and aircraft autonomy.
  • Addresses as well airlines and airports
    operations.

19
Aeronautics and Air Transport Research Themes (3)
  • Ensuring Customer Satisfaction and Safety
  • Conforms to the Highly Costumer Oriented HLTC of
    ACAREs Strategic Research Agenda, underlining
    the safety objective.
  • Aims at a quantum leap in passengers choice and
    schedule flexibility as well as at a significant
    reduction in accident rate in respond to the
    forecasted growth in air travel demand.
  • Addresses the technologies and services which
    will enable a transport system with a wider
    choice of aircraft ranging from very large
    airliners, medium size, business jets, tilt
    rotors to personal, small-size aircraft, with the
    highest levels of safety as well as comfort,
    health conditions and services.

20
Aeronautics and Air Transport Research Themes (4)
  • Improving Cost Efficiency
  • Conforms to the Highly Cost Efficient HLTC of
    ACAREs Strategic Research Agenda.
  • Embraces all the cost that arise in the whole air
    system design and operation.
  • Addresses the tools and technologies required to
    enhance the whole enterprise process, including
    the integration of the supply chain, from
    conceptual design to product development and
    manufacturing including in-service operations.
  • Addresses as well the developments needed towards
    the zero-maintenance aircraft, as well as towards
    lean airport, aircraft and air traffic management
    operations for substantial reduction of operating
    cost.

21
Aeronautics and Air Transport Research Themes (5)
  • Protection of Aircraft and Passengers
  • Conforms to the Ultra Secure Air Transport System
    HLTC of ACAREs Strategic Research Agenda.
  • Aims to making impossible that an attacking force
    of any kind succeeds in creating injury, loss,
    damage or disruption either on the travellers or
    on citizens.
  • Addresses aircraft security systems, including
    cockpit and cabin monitoring and protection as
    well as controlled aircraft operation and landing
    from ground, secured airspace management and
    communication networks, as well as airport
    security systems.

22
Aeronautics and Air Transport Research Themes (6)
  • Pioneering the Air Transport of the Future
  • Stretches the Vision 2020 horizon to explore and
    pioneer the more radical, revolutionary,
    environmentally efficient and innovative
    technologies that might configure the step
    changes required in the air transport of the
    second half of this century.
  • Relies on stimulating ideas across all the
    stakeholders, particularly academia and research
    institutions and setting technologies incubators
    to nurture the future.
  • Addresses new concepts of propulsion and lifting,
    new forms of guidance and control, new ideas for
    interior space of air vehicles, including the
    concept of off-shore air stations, personal
    transport systems including the use of
    urban-space, etc.

23
Aeronautics JTI Proposal  Clean Sky 
  • Objectives
  • to provide a step forward in the technology
    capability of ATS environmentally friendly
    systems
  • integration of advanced technologies
  • full scale demonstrators
  • to improve on the overall ATS impact on
    environment
  • noise and emission reduction
  • fuel consumption
  • to coagulate the European industry around a
    project of common European interest

24
JTI Clean SkyTechnical Organisation
Vehicle Platforms
Eco-design Life-cycle demonstrator of
representative Components
Clean Sky technology evaluator
Transverse Platforms for all vehicles
25
Commitment of the Industry to the Joint
Technology Initiative Clean Sky
  • Industry Long Term Strategic Technical Plans are
    made consistent with the JTI RTD activities, and
    integrate their results.
  • The JTI needs the participation of Research
    centres, universities, SMEs in addition to the
    whole European aeronautical supply chain. These
    will be involved through a transparent process.
  • Industry is committed to participate into the JTI
    during the total duration by contributing in kind
    in parallel to the EU grants.
  • Industry is committed to SMEs participation level
    at 12 target.
  • New Member-States participation will be promoted,
    supported and facilitated

26
F.P.7 Scenario for Aeronautics Air
Transport (2007 2013)
  • RTD Activities
  • Collaborative Research
  • Level 1 - Upstream RTD
  • (Small medium projects, as before STREP, CTP)
  • Level 2 Focussed integration and validation RTD
  • (Medium - large projects, as before IP, TP)
  • Joint Technology Initiative Level 3
  • (Focussed system demonstration, novel scheme)

27
Towards the Seventh Framework Programme
  • Tentative Timeschedule
  • July 2006 Common Position on F.P.7 by Council
  • Sept. 2006 2nd Reading of F.P.7 by European
    Parliament
  • Dec. 2006 Adoption of Workprogramme
  • Dec. 2006 Publication of 1st Call for Proposals
  • March 2007 Closing of 1st Call for Proposals

28
Aeronautics Contacts
  • European Commission
  • DG Research-H.3 Aeronautics
  • Rue du Champ de Mars (CDMA 4/161)
  • B - 1049 Brussels
  • Tel./ Fax 32 2 29 50477 / 66757
  • E-mail Liam.Breslin_at_ec.europa.eu
  • DG Transport Energy - F.2
  • E-mail Luc.Tytgat_at_ec.europa.eu
  • Specific assistance for SME
  • AeroSME (http//www.aerosme.com)
  • SCRATCH (http//www.aero-scratch.net)
  • Specific information on F.P.7
  • http//www.cordis.lu
  • http//ec.europa.eu/research/index_en.cfm
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