Innovative research for air transport -- Eurocontrol Workshop and Exhibition, Bretigny-sur-Orge, France, 6-8 December

November 30, 2005

Brussels, 29 Nov 2005

The The fourth EUROCONTROL innovative research workshop and exhibition will take place in Bretigny-sur-Orge, France, from 6 to 8 December.

The workshop is aimed at presenting the overall activity of EUROCONTROL in the field of innovative research for air transport. The event is also open to external partners who would like to share details of their innovative activities. In parallel to the workshop, an exhibition area will be open to those willing to present innovative projects, concepts, or technologies applicable to air transport.

In the framework of the event, a roundtable, organised by Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) CALIBRE project will be held on 7 December. The table will discuss the potential of open source software in ATM. CALIBRE brings together Europe's leading authorities on open source software.

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