Fly AI report – demystifying and accelerating AI in aviation

19 November 2020

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By Benjamin Cramet and Sylvie Grand-Perret

The first Fly AI report provides an overview of the many ways that artificial intelligence is already applied in the industry and assesses its potential to transform the sector.

The report aims to demystify AI, help its uptake in aviation and advance understanding of its potential for example in areas such as reducing human workload, driving the development of new air traffic management (ATM)/U-Space services, or increasing safety and cyber resilience. It includes a Fly Action Plan which sets out the practical actions that could be taken to accelerate the development of AI in European aviation and ATM.

A joint effort

The report was developed by the European Aviation High Level Group on AI (EAAI HLG) – a high level group composed of key representatives from all aviation sectors (airlines, airports, Air Navigation Service Providers, manufacturers, EU bodies, military and staff associations). Experts from a range of organisations were involved: EUROCONTROL, the European Commission, ACI-Europe, Airbus, ASD, CANSO, Heathrow Airport, Honeywell, IATA, IFATCA, IFATSEA, the SESAR JU, Thales, as well as our military partners EDA and NATO.

Read the report in full here.


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