Welcome to DREAMS

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Aviation has relied on dependable and readily available information to conduct safe operations, based on internationally agreed standards and procedures for its data quality, including origination, maintenance and distribution.

The new unmanned aviation will also require a comparable level of information to support the new operational scenarios that are envisaged. The variety and complexity of these scenarios, the number of operations expected (millions instead of a few thousand) and the fast evolution of drone technology requires a different approach, using concepts derived from the ICT sector but maintaining the same level of integrity and reliability of the information.

The project DREAMS will analyse the present and future needs of aeronautical information to support the growth of unmanned aviation, ensuring the safety of operations.

What are the objectives of the DREAMS project?
  • DREAMS will fill the gap between the existing information used by traditional manned aviation and the needs of the new unmanned aviation
  • DREAMS will analyse and simulate present and future real-world applications, to ensure that the system can be scaled as the market for drones grows and the number of applications increases
  • DREAMS will analyse and validate the technologies related to information exchange that will make possible the implementation of the future U-space concept for the management of drones in Europe
What are the objectives of the DREAMS project?
  • DREAMS will fill the gap between the existing information used by traditional manned aviation and the needs of the new unmanned aviation
  • DREAMS will analyse and simulate present and future real-world applications, to ensure that the system can be scaled as the market for drones grows and the number of applications increases
  • DREAMS will analyse and validate the technologies related to information exchange that will make possible the implementation of the future U-space concept for the management of drones in Europe

U-space is a set of new services and specific procedures designed to support safe, efficient and secure access to airspace for large numbers of drones

Information management is a key component of U-space, the European Commission’s vision to enable complex drone operations with a high degree of automation to take place in all types of operational environments, including urban areas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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NEWS

WEB SURVEY – results

From Feb 28 to Apr 8 2018 DREAMS Project proposed a web survey intended to understand the needs of various categories of drone stakeholders.  The survey focused attention to aspects such as the characteristics of current and future drone operations (as...

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DREAMS Present on two major RPAS Conferences in Spain

  DREAMS Communication Coordinator, Manuel Onate, has participated in two major RPAS related Conferences held in Spain in the last few days to present the project and to increase the awareness of the Spanish RPAS Community in what respects to the U-space...

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DREAMS at AeroSIG 2018

DREAMS Project Coordinator - IDS - is pleased to announce that DREAMS shall be present at the 15th AeroSIG meeting, a two-day conference on the latest cutting edge aspects of the Air Navigation Technology. The event aims to facilitate collaboration amongst  the air...

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