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1 UAS in the EU Framework Program for R&TD An overview of UAS R&T activities in FP7 byPablo Perez-Illana, European Commission, DG R&I - AeronauticsPaolo Salieri, European Commission, DG ENTR – SecurityHoang Vu Duc, European Commission, DG MOVE
2 FP7 – 7th EU Framework Programme for Research 1FP7 – 7th EU Framework Programme for Research2Overview of funded projects3Transport priority – Aeronautics & Air Transport4Other priorities: ICT, Environment, Energy, SpaceSo we will briefly present to youThe objectives which have led to setting up of the proposed approachthe background which has been consideredand the actions envisage to contribute to each of the main objectives5Security priority6Flightpath 2050, ACARE, Horizon 2020222
3 4 Specific Programmes FP7 (2007-2013) Cooperation 32 413 M€ Trans-national cooperation in 10 research themes through consortia. Funding 50% or up to 75% of R&T costs.Ideas M€Investigator-driven “frontier research”, supported by an autonomous European Research Council (ERC)People M€Training, mobility, career development of researchers, (“Marie Curie” actions) - incl. industry - academiaCapacities M€Research infrastructures; research specific for SMEs; regional research driven clustersMarie Curie International Grants – good success rate3
4 ICT: Information & Communication Tech. 10 ThemesFP7 CooperationDG ENTRDG ENTRSecurity1400 M€4%Space 1400M€ 4%Energy 2350M€ 7%Socioeconomics 623M€2%Environment 1890M€6%ICT: Information & Communication Tech.9050M€28%Transport (incl. Aero.)4160 M€ (half Aero.)13%Nano-Mat3475 M€ 11%Food 1935 M€ 6%Health 6100 M€ 19%DG MOVE / DG R&IThe programme Cooperation is one of the 4 specific Programmesof the seventh Framework Programme.The total budget of FP7 is 50, 521 billion €.The budget of the specific programme Cooperation is 32,413 billion €.With 64% of FP total budget it is the largest specific programme.Other specific programmes are Ideas (15 %), People (9,5%) and Capacities (8%). The remaining 3,5% is the budget of non-nuclear actions of the Joint Research Centre.The Cooperation programme is made of 10 Themes as illustrated on the slide.The Theme Transport (including Aeronautics) has a budget of 4160 million € (12,8%).The Theme Transport has the third largest budget of the programme, after Information and Communication (9050 million €: 27,9%) and Health (6100 million €: 18,8%).This budget is allocated for the seven years of duration of FP7.I would like to recall that the budget allocated to Transport under FP6 was 1850 million euros. So there is a Transport research budget increase of 60%, if one considers that the duration of the present FP is 7 years. This increase takes account of the enlargement from 15 to 27.DG INFSODG ENER / DG R&I
5 FP7 Framework Programme States contributingFP7 Framework Programme27 EU Member StatesFP7 Associate StatesNorwaySwitzerlandTurkeyIsraelIcelandCroatia,SerbiaBosnia-H.AlbaniaOthers TBCAll contributing to FP7 Budget.Same rights and obligations.Project Consortium: Minimum 3 entitieslegally established in different EU or Associate States5
6 Overview of funded projects 1FP72Overview of funded projects3Transport priority – Aeronautics & Air Transport4Other priorities: ICT, Environment, Energy, SpaceSo we will briefly present to youThe objectives which have led to setting up of the proposed approachthe background which has been consideredand the actions envisage to contribute to each of the main objectives5Security priority6Flightpath 2050, ACARE, Horizon 2020666
7 FP7 projects involve UAS 24 projects identified so far19 R&T projects5 Marie Curie actionssupportingthe development ofUAS technologiesUAS applications includingSAR,surveillance,construction,Multimedia& the excellence of European R&TD centresAir Traffic Insertion is of paramount importance
8 Overview of funded projects 1FP72Overview of funded projects3Transport priority – Aeronautics & Air Transport4Other priorities: ICT, Environment, Energy, SpaceSo we will briefly present to youThe objectives which have led to setting up of the proposed approachthe background which has been consideredand the actions envisage to contribute to each of the main objectives5Security priority6Flightpath 2050, ACARE, Horizon 2020888
9 The Greening of air transport Increasing Time efficiency FP7 Aeronautics& Air TransportCIVIL TRANSPORT ONLY !ActivitiesThe Greening of air transportIncreasing Time efficiencyEnsuring Customer satisfaction & SafetyImproving Cost efficiencyProtection of the aircraft & passengersPioneering the air transport of the future9
10 Research & Technology Dev. FP7 AERONAUTICS ANDAIR TRANSPORTResearch & Technology Dev.NO PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT !Development (D)Research and Technology (R&T)Breakthrough ResearchDevelopment of Critical TechnologiesProduct DefinitionProduct Design and DevelopmentProductionProduct Qualificationyears+5-5-10DemonstratorsPrototypesLevel 1Level 2 – Integrated ProjectLevel 3 (JU)Fundamental ResearchApplied ResearchAdvanced Technology Demonstration TRL6Product / Process-Specific Technology DevelopmentTechnology ValidationSupportAndCoordinationActionsNoResearchLevel 0-251010
11 Examples Technologies FP Aeronautics Upper fuselage skin in Glare®TANGO FP5New low weight fuselage structureADPRIMAS FP4, TANGO FP5High Reynolds Number;Low drag wing designECARP BE*3, EUROLIFT FP5, AWIATOR FP5, C-WAKE FP5Skin to stringer welding(first on A318)WAFS FP5Zero splice inletSILENCER FP5, RAMSESIntegrated and modularavionics architecture (IMA)NEVADA BE*3 , PAMELA FP5,VICTORIA FP5, NATACHACentre wing box in CFRPTANGO FP5Highly loaded LPTurbineEEFAE FP5Conclusion: FP’s effectively and strongly increased the competitiveness of the European industry by complementing national and private research; FP’s supported the more risky research and led to quicker availability of new technologies in the market with a primary focus on large aircraft.Low noise nacelle andengine integrationSILENCE® FP5 RAMSESLanding Gear fairingRAIN FP5 SILENCE® FP5Carbon Compositerear fuselage (Section 19)APRICOS FP4,TANGO FP5New four post main landing gear( wheels configuration)ELGAR BE*4Dual air conditioningPack conceptASICA FP5,CABINAIR FP5Electro-hydraulicActuatorsEPICA, ELISA, EHA FP5On-board maintenance systemTATEM FP6-11111
12 Opportunities for UAS FP7 Aeronautics Civil Transport related issues: Wherever common issues and technologiesUAS insertion into European Airspace(upcoming support action – complementary to SESAR)UAS as demonstrator of technologies- for the benefit of civil air transporte.g. Flying Test Bed for new configurationse.g. Flight Test aircraft into Weather Hazards (ash, ice, …)Automation technologies – e.g. pilot workload aleviationPioneering (long-term):UAS as cargo aircraftUAS and personal air transport...
13 Examples UAS - related FP Aeronautics FP5 UAVnet, USICO(Safety), CAPECON(Cost)FP6 UseHAAS & Air Traffic:INOUI , IFATSFP7 Transport incl. AeronauticsNOVEMOR, MyCopter, PPLANE, 4DCO-gcNB: Last FP7 calls in 2012USICO: UAV Safety Issues for Civil OperationsCAPECON: Civil UAV Application and Economic Effectiveness of Potential Configuration SolutionsINNOUI INnovative Operational UAS IntegrationThe main objective of the INOUI projectis to provide a roadmap for the future ofUAVs in the context of the ever-changingATM environment. Furthermore, INOUIaims at complementing the SESAR activitieswith regard to the operational conceptand the architecture, as well as theroadmap for research and developmentactivities.NOVEMOR (NOvel Air VEhicle Configurations: From Fluttering Wings to MORphing Flight)novel air vehicle configurations with new lifting concepts and morphing wing solutions to enable cost-effective air transportationCAPECON: CAPECON’s objective is to bring forth reliable comparisons of different configurations.It will synthesise the identification, configuration design and cost-appraisal methods forcritical technology aimed at the design of civil UAVsUSICO: Total cost: €EU contribution: €Starting date: 01/05/2002Duration: 30 monthsCoordinator: AIROBOTICS GmbHCAPECON:Total cost: €EU contribution: €Coordinator: ISRAEL AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES Ltd. (IAI)The 4DCo-GC project aims at exploring the concept of "4D Contract guidance and control of the aircraft" as a step change in air transport operations by providing a more radical and environmentally efficient solution for the management of the airspace. Scientific objectives of 4DCo-GC are to: - model 4D contract concepts (strategic, tactical and emergency levels) - develop algorithms (strategic, tactical planning), process and functions (failure management, emergency separation, ) needed to use 4D contacts - define and develop a global tool architecture to demonstrate and analyse the key operating advantages of the 4D contract concept, including the man's role - elaborate an assessment methodology and metrics to qualify and quantify 4D contract characteristics and performances for the control and guidance of aircraft - perform a real time assessment of 4D contract concepts of operations - organize dissemination and demonstration workshops in from of an external audience - derive from a qualification and quantification work, recommendations for future 4DT system development. 4DCo-GC brings together the expertise of 13 European and associated partners coming from 7 countries, for a total budget of 5.7 M and a total requested funding of 4.1 M. This 36 months duration programme of work is built on the results of several past EU programmes and projects. Main results expected out of 4DCo-GC project are technological components (software/hardware/architectures) and recommendations for future 4D trajectories guidance and control systems, addressing several priorities of ACARE. Regarding the short/middle-term expected evolutions of the European air transport system, 4DCo-GC is fully aligned with the orientation of SESAR, and particularly the so-called "ATM Target Concept".
14 Overview of funded projects 1FP72Overview of funded projects3Transport priority – Aeronautics & Air Transport4Other priorities: ICT, Environment, Energy, SpaceSo we will briefly present to youThe objectives which have led to setting up of the proposed approachthe background which has been consideredand the actions envisage to contribute to each of the main objectives5Security priority6Flightpath 2050, ACARE, Horizon 2020141414
15 UAS involved in 6 thematic priorities INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIESPLANETHYDROSYSCONETAIROBOTSARCASKARYONEC-SAFEMOBILSKYMEDIAEnv. Monitoring.Cooperating Objects.Robotics.Control.Complex Systems.Multimedia8 projectsDG INFSOPLANET ApplicationsurveillanceThe main objective of PLANET is the design, development and validation of an integrated platform to enable the deployment, operation and maintenance of large-scale/complex systems of heterogeneous networked Cooperating Objects including unmanned systems and a variety of field sensors for surveillance and monitoring of dynamic eventsCONET Network ApplicationsurveillanceThe CONET Consortium is working on building a strong Community in the area of Cooperating Objects including research, public sector and industry partners from the areas of embedded systems, pervasive computing and wireless sensor networks.HYDROSYS ApplicationHYDROSYS aims at providing a system infrastructure to support teams of users in on-site monitoring events analysing natural resources. The project introduces the innovative concept of event-driven campaigns with handheld devices, potentially supported by an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).AIROBOTS Technology for UASThe main objective of the AIRobots platform design process is to develop aerial prototypes which meet basic engineering principles in terms of expandability and flexibility.ARCAS ApplicationConstructionThe ARCAS project proposes the development and experimental validation of the first cooperative free-flying robot system (UAS) for assembly and structure construction.EC-SAFEMOBIL Technology for UASThis project addresses the development of new estimation/prediction and cooperative control methodologies and their practical application to highly mobile entities such as unmanned aerial systems. The main emphasis of EC-SAFEMOBIL is placed on the preservation of safety and reliability while optimising performance, taking into account uncertainties of sensor data and unreliability of wireless data transmission links. KARYON Technology for UASKARYON addresses the problem of finding robust cruising strategies for autonomous mobile systems as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or smart cars. They are based on information from other vehicles, an estimation of the global system state, and how confident one is about this estimation.SKYMEDIA ApplicationMulti-mediaThe objective of the SkyMedia project is to explore, design, and demonstrate a novel multimedia end-to-end architecture that can provide unique immersive media experiences to audiences during live events. SkyMedia deploys an UAV-based platform as part of its content capturing infrastructure that has a twofold role: first to guarantee an unobtrusive and silent video/image capturing and second to effectively collect and aggregate data from ground sensors.
16 UAS involved in 6 thematic priorities ENERGYFuel Cell Power System development and integration into a Mini-UAV funded by the Fuel Cell JTI8 projects1 projectDG ENER / DG R&I
17 UAS involved in 6 thematic priorities ENVIRONMENTIMPACTMIN: Toolset for the environmental impact monitoring of mining operations combining use of- satellite remote sensing,- aerial lightweight measurements and- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.8 projects1 project1 project
18 UAS involved in 6 thematic priorities GALILEOCLOSE-SEARCH develops small UAS for SAR missions8 projects1 project1 project3 project2 projectsDG ENTR
19 UAS involved in 6 thematic priorities GMESGEO-PICTURES provides near- real-time input of pictures, video, sensors and assessment results worldwide, using UAS for in-situ data collection8 projects1 project1 project3 project2 projectsDG ENTR
21 Overview of funded projects 1FP72Overview of funded projects3Transport priority4Other priorities: ICT, Environment, Energy, SpaceSo we will briefly present to youThe objectives which have led to setting up of the proposed approachthe background which has been consideredand the actions envisage to contribute to each of the main objectives5Security priority6Flightpath 2050, ACARE, Horizon 2020212121
22 Support competitiveness of industry Security: a necessary condition for investments Security industry’s annual turnover: billion € EU Security research: 50% of total public European fundingSupport to implementation of EU PoliciesInternal Security Strategy (2010) (COM(2010)673 final)Serious and organised crimeTerrorismCyber-crimeBorder securityNatural and man-made disastersSecurity, as embedded into other policy areas, such as transport, health, civil protection, energy, development and environment.
23 VISION MISSION DRIVEN Research Civil application focus (exclusively) Ensure optimal use of technology and produce knowledge to ensure security of citizens from threats such as terrorism, (organised) crime, natural disasters and industrial accidents.MISSION DRIVEN ResearchSecurity of citizensSecurity of infrastructure and utilitiesIntelligent surveillance and border securityRestoring security and safety in case of crisisCivil application focus (exclusively)
24 OPARUS (Open Architecture for UAV-based Surveillance System) www OPARUS (Open Architecture for UAV-based Surveillance System) Coordinator : Sagem partners, 7 countries Cost 1.4 M€ EC Contr. 1.19M€ months – Start: 1st of Sept. 2010Goal : to develop open architecture for operation of unmanned air-to-ground wide area land & sea border surveillance platforms in the EU.Main tasks:* Develop cost-efficient concepts and scenarios for aerial surveillance* Address legislation for insertion of UAS into controlled civil airspace* Investigate 4 technical areas :Surveillance SensorsPlatformsSecure datalinksGround stations* Define a system and communication architecture for unmanned air-to-ground land and sea border surveillanceAdvisory BoardFRONTEX French NavyGuardia Civil Guardia di FinanzaGerman Border Police South Coast PartnershipPolish Army Polish Border GuardsOPARUS consortiumSagemITWL (Air Force Institute of Technology, Poland)BAe SystemsDassault AviationDLRCassidian (EADS-CASA)IAIINTAISDEFEONERASelex GalileoThales CommunicationThales Airborne SystemsTony Henley Consulting Ltd24
26 WIMAAS / Wide maritime area airborne surveillance Coordinator THALES AIRBORNE SYSTEMS S.A partners 10 countries Cost : 3,9 M€ EU Contr. 2,7 M€ End Date : 30/11/Addressed primarily the need to control illegal immigration and human trafficking at seaIn line with EU Maritime Policy, contribution to other missions: shipping safety, search and rescue, protection of the marine environment, fisheries monitoring, interception of illegal trade and smuggling arriving by sea.Aimed in particular at developing key technologies to prepare the future for the operational use of Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs) and innovative mission aircraftTaking into account the operational end-user requirements proposes original and innovative technological solutions to increase airborne maritime surveillance efficiency, while reducing costs.Filling the gap between Piloted Mission Aircraft and UAVs for maritime surveillance, and preparing concepts for using UAVs with remote control mission system operation and combining these with existing maritime surveillance systems.Partly simulating and partly demonstrating — including a flight demo of a UAV — the concept with end-users feedback, analysed the cost efficiency in support of the feasibility of the concept and reported a road map for further technological activities in this area.
27 AIRBEAM AIRBorne information for Emergency situation Awareness and Monitoring Cost: 15,438, € EC Grant: 9,971, € Coordinator EADS 22 partners 10 countriesA situation awareness toolbox for the management of crisis over wide area, taking benefit of an optimised set of aerial (unmanned) platforms, including satellites.The number of unmanned air- and space-borne platform available and their associated sensors present a new set of challenges to end users involved in the effective management of emergencies and actions of law enforcement.The project intends to provide official public users from each Member States the means to specify their own needs and to assess the technical solutions provided by unmanned aerial platforms.Through collaboration between industrial partners, stakeholders and end users, AIRBEAM will define an ambitious yet realistic concept of use.By running scenarios that will be properly selected and defined by the end-users within the project in a simulated environment, increased capabilities for situation awareness will be assessed methodically.Various platform and sensor mixes will be compared using key performance indicators (e.g. cost effectiveness).Live demonstrations with multiple civil unmanned aerial platforms to complete ground simulation exercises to demonstrate to end users potential and maturity of coordinated use of multiple platforms.
28 ESS / Emergency support system. www. ess-project ESS / Emergency support system Coordinated by VERINT SYSTEMS LTD Cost : € 14 M EU Contr.: € 9,1 M partners, 9 countries End Date 31/5/2013The purpose is to enable improved control and management of major crisis events (e.g. natural disasters, industrial accidents, terror attacks etc.)The idea guiding the development is a portable, modular and autonomous system which fuses in real-time various forms of field-derived data including video, audio, weather measurements, location tracking, radioactivity, biochemical, telecom derived data, affected population reports and other information.Data is collected and communicated via both portable and fixed platforms including wireless communication devices, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), Unmanned Ground System (UGS), air-balloons and field vehicles.Fusion of data handled within a central system which performs information analysis and provides decision support applications for web based command and control systems, providing flexible, yet comprehensive coverage of the affected area.Once available to market, the ESS concept will offer real time synchronization and information sharing between first responders and support forces at the site of the incident.ESS will also enable the commanders to communicate with the affected on-site personnel by sending text (SMS) or recorded voice messages.
29 Overview of funded projects 1FP72Overview of funded projects3Security priority4Other priorities: ICT, Environment, Energy, SpaceSo we will briefly present to youThe objectives which have led to setting up of the proposed approachthe background which has been consideredand the actions envisage to contribute to each of the main objectives5Transport priority6Flightpath 2050, ACARE, Horizon 2020292929
30 Flightpath 2050Europe’s Vision for Aviation Maintaining Global Leadership & Serving Society’s NeedsMeeting Societal and Market NeedsMaintaining and Extending Industrial LeadershipProtecting the Environment and the Energy SupplyEnsuring Safety and SecurityPrioritising Research, Testing Capabilities and Education
31 ACARE a renewed Advisory Council for Aviation Research & Innovation in Europe The world is evolving fast with new technologies, new societal challenges and globalisationAn updated and inclusive vision for Aviation (Aeronautics + Air Transport) is neededChanging policy context – Europe 2020 strategy, new Transport White Paper 2050EU level: Input for the next EC Framework Programme for Research and Innovation 'Horizon 2020' starting in 2014.
32 ACARE SRIA Working towards a new Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda for Europe’s aviation The new SRIA should:Spell out research and innovation actions needed to reach flighpath 2050 goalsAddress short term - medium term- long termManufacturing industry, airlines, airports, air navigation service providers, research organisations and universities, policy makers, regulators, EU bodies (JU’s)Process ongoing – 5 working groups
33 SRIA Horizon2020 (2014-2020) Transport Research & Innovation to address: Green & sustainble transport, to achieve 60% CO2 reduction in Transport by 2050Competitiveness and EU industry leadershipIntegrated transport solutionsClear break with the previous FPs:Single programme for all EU R&I funding with single set of participation rulesFull integration of innovation (closer to market application)Simplified proceduresSME stimulation (dedicated SME funding instrument)