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Thursday 17 September 2015

Researchers at the Institute of Aerospace Technologies won a Best Paper of Session Award for their paper A Decision Support Tool for Weather and Terrain Avoidance During Departure.

This paper was presented by Dr Jason Gauci at the 34th Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC) which was held in Prague, Czech Republic between the 13th and 17th of September.

This paper focuses on a decision support tool which was developed as part of the ACROSS research project to assist commercial airline pilots during the departure phase of flight in order to avoid weather and terrain hazards. The authors of the paper are: Ms Nathalie Cauchi, Mr Kevin Theuma, Mr Christian Zammit, Dr Jason Gauci, and Prof. Ing. David Zammit Mangion.


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Meeting with Latécoère and ONERA

The Institute of Aerospace Technologies recently had a workshop with representatives from Latécoère and ONERA. Latécoère is a French aircraft company which works closely with the major aircraft manufacturers (such as Airbus and Boeing) and airlines and specialises in areas including avionics racks, test benches, harnesses and sensors. On the other hand, ONERA is the French aeronautics, space and defense research lab. The IAT has worked with both of these entities in past research projects, including ALICIA.

Delegation from Okinawa, Japan

The Institute of Aerospace Technologies (IAT) at the University of Malta recently had a meeting with a delegation from Okinawa, Japan.

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