EASA publishes 2024 Research Agenda, including e-conspicuity and BVLOS

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published its Research Agenda 2024.

This provides “a list of research topics proposed jointly by the Agency’s experts and its Member States’ Advisory Body Research Group (in consultation with its other Advisory Bodies as well as the European Commission) in the fields of aviation safety, security, environment, health, and innovation. It serves as a common input towards future European Research Programmes, such as Horizon Europe.”

According to European Union aviation regulatory expert Yves Morier, writing in a Linkedin post:

“The topic on Drones-BVLOS is of direct interest to the UAS community…Concretely the proposal aims to study how e-conspicuity solutions, based on mobile technology or others, could be used by UAS operating in BVLOS outside U-space airspace to enable a safe and efficient detect and avoid capability.Other topics which will also be of interest for the UAS community, according to Yves Morier, include: “Enhancing Resilience and Accuracy in Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) Systems”, “Security | Interaction between artificial intelligence and cybersecurity”, “Artificial intelligence (AI)” and “Human factors”.

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