EUNADICS-AV Final Assembly 10-12 September 2019
Centre International de Conférences - Météo-France - Toulouse - France



 
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Aviation is and remains one of the key infrastructures of our modern world. Even short interruptions can cause economic damage summing up to the Billion-Euro range. As evident from the past, aviation shows vulnerability with regard to natural hazards. The H-2020 project EUNADICS-AV ("European Natural Disaster Coordination and Information System for Aviation") supports all stakeholders in the aviation system to obtain fast, coherent and consistent information.

The final meeting of the project will be held over 3 days at the premises of Meteo France in Toulouse:

  1st day (Tue 10 Sep) - Project internal workshop
    TheEUNADICS-AV project meets internally in order to present and review the activities and achievements towards the objectives of the project.
 
  2nd day (Wed 11 Sep) - Scientific conference
  Projectinternal and external scientists are invited to submit proposals for presentations for one of the 3 sessions:
  • 1.Observation networks and tailored products for the assessment and warning of hazard events that influence air traffic
  • 2.Model applications that support decision making during hazard events and dissemination of information
  • 3.Optimizing air traffic management during hazard situations and cost impact of operating aircraft (engines) in the "non-hazardous" zones of ash and dust clouds
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      3rd day (Thu 12 Sep) - Visit of the Airbus facility in Toulouse



     

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    Contacts
    CIC secretary


     
    Registration
         
     
    Opening of registrations : 1st June
    End of registrations : 31st August
     
     
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