Due to security and privacy concerns, Europe’s aviation sector has long shied away from sharing data between stakeholders. But that could soon change thanks to a new platform that will help aviation better leverage the power of big data, opening the door to a range of industry-disrupting services and solutions.
This year will see the world’s first in-orbit demonstration of a self-organising, three-dimensional formation of pico-satellites.
By studying the clouds of matter that black holes gather, researchers hope to gain a better understanding of the universe as a whole.
New research shows the important role that body mass and brain size have played in mammals success.
The EU-funded PARE project provides the research and analysis that Europe’s aviation industry needs to achieve the vision set out in the Flightpath 2050 initiative.
New research highlights how the body develops checkpoints that sense and repair damaged DNA, thus serving as an important anticancer barrier.
New technologies for securing user consent and enabling the trustful sharing of personal data could help expand the use of big data.
To encourage the wider use of computer modelling, simulation and optimisation (MSO) methods, the EU-funded MSO4SC project created a user-friendly e-infrastructure.
Through cross-border collaboration and knowledge sharing, the EU-funded ALLIANCE project is positioning one Latvian university as a regional leader in smart transportation.