HARVIS will be in Brussels on the 4th and 5th of February for the first review meeting, to report to Clean Sky about the achievements of the first year of work and the planned next steps.
In addition, HARVIS representatives will present the first project results at the “Intelligent cockpit” workshop held by Clean Sky. The scope of the workshop is to share the progresses of the Clean Sky 2 Thematic projects launched in the field of cognitive computing.
These projects seek to encourage a wide-ranging roadmap aimed at future activity, such as the prospective Clean Aviation Partnership. The partnership aims at developing further-reaching innovations and concrete plans for their implementation in a new breed of aircraft, from 2030 and beyond, to lead the way towards a deep decarbonisation of aviation by 2050.
HARVIS will present its Digital assistant concepts, aimed at supporting stabilised approaches (lowering the numbers of go-arounds) and diversions (enabling better decisions when selecting an alternative airport to land at). Those are two examples of contribution to Clean Sky objectives, as they directly affect safety, performance and environmental impact.