The goal of the ALICIA project is to improve mission efficiency by ensuring the robustness of operations under any flight condition anywhere in the world and by designing a new central architecture for cockpits that is applicable to all aircraft types, thus offering the uniform integration of new and challenging applications, like the so-called All Conditions Operation.
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The TREE project involves the development and validation of a powerful simulation tool capable of characterising the propagation of (primary and reactionary) delays in the European air transport network.
The main development concerns the modelling of flight links: the TREE project considers not only those flights sharing the same airplane as linked, it also regards those flights that must share the same crew and/or some of their passengers as linked. The idea arose after the publication of the findings of various European studies (including the one conducted by CODA - Central Office of Delay Analysis) that warn of the relevance and criticality of delays involving links between passengers, mainly as concerns the economic aspect.