Today and yesterday we were in Stockholm attending the REFMAP kick-off meeting. It took place at the KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) campus both online and in person.
The REFMAP project is coordinated by Ricardo Vinuesa, from The Linné FLOW Centre at KTH and involves 10 other partners from Cyprus, Czech Republic, Greece, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and UK. Its mission is to develop a digital service aimed at quantifying the environmental footprints of air mobility for airlines and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) at a “multi-scale” level, where single-trajectories (micro) and the flow traffic of multiple vehicles (macro) are optimised to minimise their environmental impact in a wide range of communities.
Follow the news from the Aircraft Operations Lab UC3M to know the next steps of the REFMAP project.