TsAGI presents research results of the FP6 EC FLYSAFE Integrated Project

January 28−29, 2009

The meeting of all FLYSAFE partners to hear reports on the work completed over 4 years of project realization was held in Lisbon, Portugal. The EC Supervisors took part in the meeting.

The TsAGI delegation gave reports on the following topics: the results of the vortex wake study; the flight safety, taking into account the lay of the land and obstacles; the peculiarity of simulating the safe approach landing system, and; the TsAGI PSPK-102 Flight Simulator and the heading wake-warning system.

The FLYSAFE Project is aimed at creating the integrated air systems for the purpose of enhancing flight safety in all weather conditions and to protect against accidents. It started four years ago in February, 2005. The Project with 35 partners from 13 countries will be completed June, 2009.

The Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute is involved in 4 of 6 WPs. Specialists of TsAGI participated in more than 10 joint meetings that were held in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Italy and Spain.