Today, the public consultation on the draft Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) of the proposed Institutionalised Partnership for Clean Aviation has been launched.
2019 was a significant year for Clean Sky. We are delighted to announce the launch of the Clean Sky Highlights 2019 report, available now for download.
Developing the right technologies for the multi-stage intermediate pressure (IP) turbine for the Very High Bypass Ratio engine concept being developed for the Rolls-Royce UltraFan® engine...
In alignment with the trend towards more electric aircraft, Clean Sky's ACHIEVE project brings innovative thinking to provide greener taxiing between the airport terminal and the runway.
In order to design aircraft of the future that are quieter it isn’t enough to only reduce the noise of the engines themselves.
Real-time monitoring of aero-engine bearings means that overhauls and repairs can be safely scheduled when they're needed, as opposed to at fixed intervals determined by time or operation cycles.
In regional aviation, due to the brief period the aircraft is flying at a constant level cruising altitude, much of the flight is spent climbing and descending.
Some good news – a fresh batch of twenty new Clean Sky 2 Results Stories have been added to our website!
ACCLAIM (Automated Cabin and Cargo Lining and Hatrack Installation Method) is contributing to Clean Sky's Next Generation Cabin and Cargo project.
Clean Sky has awarded the 12th ‘Clean Sky Synergy Label’ to the Greek proposal ‘DADTOFLY’, which is complementary to the Clean Sky 2 programme and its objectives.
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