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 and network level in a collaborative ATFCM operations paradigm. Discover the explanation of each of … More Which are the building blocks of the ISOBAR project?

CORDIS publishes ISOBAR project results

We 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 project results can be found in a brief article we recently collaborated with CORDIS for … More CORDIS publishes ISOBAR project results

Key findings of the ISOBAR project were presented in Naples

One of the ISOBAR project’s focus points lies on the use of Machine Learning algorithms to predict airspace capacity reductions caused by weather. The developments on this field were presented at the meeting “Environmental and Meteorological SESAR exploratory research projects: key findings and solutions” that took place on the 6th of July in Villa Doria … More Key findings of the ISOBAR project were presented in Naples

The ISOBAR project is a candidate to participate in the EMS Annual Meeting 2022

The European Meteorological Society Annual Meeting 2022 (EMS2022) will take place at the University of Bonn, Germany, from 4 to 9 September 2022. Its topic is Connecting communities to deliver seamless weather and climate science and services, and the ISOBAR project wanted to contribute to the discussion on this issue by submitting the abstract “Artificial … More The ISOBAR project is a candidate to participate in the EMS Annual Meeting 2022