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1 Air Transport System JTI CLEAN SKY
Propriatary Information

2 The Political Commitment
Report of the Group of Personalities : Vision for 2020 (January 2001) Strategic Aerospace Review for 21st century (July 2002)

3 Highly Customer oriented ATS Highly time-efficient ATS
Vision 2020 Challenges Vision 2020 (January 2001) To meet Society’s needs To achieve global leadership for Europe ACARE October 2002 : The Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) Challenges Quality and Affordability Environment Safety Air Transport System Efficiency Security October 2004 : The SRA High level Target Concepts Very Low Cost ATS Ultra Green ATS Highly Customer oriented ATS Highly time-efficient ATS Ultra Secure ATS 22nd Century

4 The path to ACARE goals Efficient, quiet, low emissions engine 50%
Fuel consumption / CO2 reduction Breakthrough Efficient, quiet, low emissions engine Datum 2000 2010 2020

5 This is a market failure
Need for a new approach Ambitious challenges towards Green ATS calls for a quantum leap in performance The high level of technical risk associated with step changes is too great for industry alone: This is a market failure Without a change in research approach the next innovation will remain evolutionary instead of revolutionary: SRA goals will not be delivered The Clean Sky JTI will enable the delivery of the disruptive technologies and new architectures necessary to meet the environmental challenges

6 Clean Sky will meet EC criteria for JTI
Real European Added Value Enable long term policy supported by a commitment of all stakeholders Large scale programme(s) that may cover the complete chain from research and technological developments to close to market activities Technological breakthrough Managed like an industrial program with specific governance rules agreed by the parties involved improving efficiency and decreasing the administrative burden Clear definition of deliveries and responsibilities and the monitoring of achievements Flexible implementation in a coherent approach to fulfil the objectives Avoid fragmentation and build-up critical mass Several sources of funding Not possible with current instruments

7 Industry View of the Clean Sky JTI
Validation Opportunities / Constraints Big Technology Steps / High Risk Validation of Quantum Leaps Linked to Radical Architecture/Configuration Changes High Interference of Different Disciplines and Technologies on A/C Level Real In-service Environment Medium Technology Steps / Medium Risk Validation of big technology changes within a discipline and (partial) multi-Disciplinary technology improvements High interference of different technologies on a component level Good simulators of In-service environment Small Technology Steps / Low Risk Validation of incremental, extrapolated technology steps. Isolated technology validation Simulation of in-service conditions and interference as good as possible. Partially validated within product development phase. Full Scale Flying Demonstrator JTI Engine technology Demonstrator Component Flying Demonstrator Ground Validation tests Scope : Component, Single Discipline (E.g. Structure Component Tests, W/TT, Iron Bird Tests Collaborative R&T

8 Clean Sky JTI Platforms
SMART Wing Aircraft Systems for Green Operation Green Engines ATS Model Eco-Design Regional Air Transport Green Rotorcraft

9 Key messages JTI consistent with ACARE objectives
Aeronautics stakeholders ready to support the EC proposal for a JTI Industry primes will commit the necessary resources JTI will integrate the research institutions, SMEs and industry Deliverables will be several technology demonstrators at system level

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