European Centre for Cybersecurity in Aviation (ECCSA)

ECCSA is a voluntary, cooperative partnership within the aviation community to better understand the emerging cybersecurity risks in aviation and to provide collective support in dealing with cybersecurity incidents, weaknesses and unauthorised interactions that could potentially affect the sector’s resiliency and safety.

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The participation to ECCSA is voluntary as well as the information sharing. Organisations relevant for the safety and security of European Civil Aviation may apply for ECCSA membership, assured to meet applicable security selection criteria.

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2019

Glass Display Approved For Both IFR And VFR Flight. EASA has certified Aspen Avionics' Evolution E5 EFI. The instrument E5 EFI will be sold through Aspen Avionics authorized dealers and directly to aircraft owners through aviation retailers. IFR and VFR capable, this approval opens the door to many....

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NOV
2019

Agency Will Hold A 32-Day Public Comment Period On The Project. The FAA has issued a Final Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Denver Metroplex project. Before the FAA makes a final decision on the project, the agency will hold a 32-day public comment period to allow people to comment on the....

20
NOV
2019

Focused On Public Safety Agencies Using UAS In Urban And Large Metropolitan Areas. DroneResponders has announced the formation of its Major Cities Working Group designed to unite and assist public safety agencies operating unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in urban and large metropolitan areas.

20
NOV
2019

The prototype of Airbus Helicopters’ VSR700 unmanned aerial system has performed its first flight at a drone test center in the south of France. The VSR700 performed several take-offs and landings on Friday 8th of November with the longest flight lasting around 10 minutes.

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NOV
2019

The easy availability of drone and it’s easy to use technology is forcing the construction companies to invest in it. FREMONT, CA: It can be daunting for the general or small contractors to use a drone program. However, with the technological improvement in all the other sector and because of the....

20
NOV
2019

Les faits remontent à mars 2018 où une voiture autonome de la firme Uber a heurté mortellement Elaine Herzberg, âgée de 49 ans, alors qu'elle traversait une rue à vélo dans la nuit en dehors d’un passage piéton à Tempe, en Arizona. L’accident a suscité de vives inquiétudes quant à la sécurité de l’industrie automobile naissante et autonome.

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NOV
2019

Oracle's Susan O'Connor Innovation Courtesy of Jessica Brandi Lifland. Whatever happened to the “smart city?” It’s alive and well but morphing into the “hyperconnected city,” powered by data analytics, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT), and other advanced technologies.

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NOV
2019

Abstract One of the significant issues in the music supply chain today is the lack of consistent, complete and authoritative information or metadata regarding the creation of a given musical work. In many cases multiple entities in the music supply chain have each created their own version of the....

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NOV
2019

Abstract Granular materials are heterogenous grains in contact, which are ubiquitous in many scientific and engineering applications such as chemical engineering, fluid mechanics, geomechanics, pharmaceutics, and so on. Granular materials pose a great challenge to predictability, due to the presence....

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NOV
2019

The Nasca Lines, a group of giant, mysterious designs in the earth in southern Peru that date back thousands of years, have mystified explorers and researchers since their rediscovery in the 1920s. Some think the lines, which depict animals, shapes, plants and more, were solstice-related; others think they were meant as tributes to deities.

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