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Boeing: making European airspace more sustainable

The industry collaborates in research projects

Boeing will collaborate with major European air carriers on seven new SESAR 3 Joint Undertaking research projects aimed at making Europe's safer airspace managed in a more integrated way for all users.

The American giant will contribute to seven industrial research projects under the ambitious Digital European Sky research and innovation program to make aviation and air traffic management in Europe smarter and more sustainable.

Through projects such as Spatio, Eureka and Jarvis, led by Collins Aerospace, Eurocontrol and Enaire, Boeing will contribute to the development of European U-space. The company's involvement in these plans will help better integrate autonomous aircraft and vertiport operations into the airspace through new strategies, procedures and artificial intelligence technologies.

Boeing's collaboration with Airbus on the Geese and Ciconia projects promises to improve fuel utilization and operational approaches by analyzing wake energy recovery and CO2 emissions in Air Traffic Management (ATM).

The Sesar 3 joint initiative is the third edition of a public-private partnership co-funded by the European Union's Horizon Europe research and innovation programme. The goal is to accelerate the implementation of the Digital European Sky through the research, development and exploitation of cutting-edge technological solutions to manage conventional aircraft, drones, air taxis and vehicles flying at high altitudes.

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