ISOBAR aims at the provision of a service- and AI-based Network Operations Plan, by integrating enhanced convective weather forecasts for predicting imbalances between capacity and demand and exploiting AI to select mitigation measures at local and network level in a collaborative ATFCM operations paradigm.
- Horizon 2020
- Call: H2020-SESAR-2019-2 (SESAR 2020 EXPLORATORY RESEARCH)
- 01 Jun 2020 – 30 Nov 2022
- Overall Budget: € 2 609 230
- EU contribution: € 1 908 797,50
This project has received funding from the SESAR Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement No 891965. The JU receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and the SESAR JU members other than the Union.
- ISOBAR project comes to an endToday, 30 November 2022, the ISOBAR project comes to an end. We are very grateful for the progress made during the two-year duration of the project. We would therefore like to thank the team for their contributions, in particular the … More ISOBAR project comes to an end
- Which are the building blocks of the ISOBAR project?The ISOBAR project is built in six different blocks that work together, as in a puzzle, to create a complete solution that predicts imbalances between capacity and demand. This solution makes use of AI to select mitigation measures at local … More Which are the building blocks of the ISOBAR project?
- CORDIS publishes ISOBAR project resultsWe are pleased to tell that ISOBAR project results have been published by The Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS), the European Commission’s primary source of results from the projects funded by the EU’s framework programmes for research and innovation. These … More CORDIS publishes ISOBAR project results