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Innovation takes off
Brussels 24th September 2013 AGORIA Event Ron van Manen, Clean Sky Joint Undertaking

The 2nd century of aviation now well underway 100 Years of Aviation Brussels 24th September 2013 .

8% 3.9% 3.3 Courtesy: DLR.2 2050 6.1% 0.5% 0. source: CONSAVE EU Aeronet FP5 Project ULS: RPP: FW: DtE: ‘Unlimited Skies’ ‘Regulatory Pull and Push’ ‘Fragmented World’ ‘Down-to-Earth’ Brussels 24th September 2013 .4 2.6 1.1 1.New challenge for 2nd century: a sustainable air transport system.4% 2.0% 1.5% 10000 5000 0 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 2060 ULS RPP FW DtE 2020 2.2000/2050 Billion pax-km pa 3.4% 1.3 4. World Passenger Demand Development 25000 20000 15000 Total Growth Multiple v 2000 ULS RPP FW DtE Average Annual Growth 2000/2020 .0 1.3 1.

…and the drivers of innovation have changed Air Transport Effectiveness A350 Concorde (1969) Comet (1949) Constellation (1943) capability & military driven F13 (1919) 1925 1950 1975 2000 2025 2050 Time Brussels 24th September 2013 .

Clean Sky background: The ACARE Vision 2020 February 2008 Take-Off Clean Sky Preparation October 2004 SRA-2 October 2002 SRA-1 June 2000: Vision 2020 Brussels 24th September 2013 .

The ACARE 2020 Vision – and the target breakdown (CO2) 2000 Breakdown of 50% CO2 reduction targeted 2020 Brussels 24th September 2013 6 .

Europe’s largest aeronautics research programme ever: unique Public-Private-Partnership in aeronautics A new way of delivering R&T • • • • • Integrated.6B value. running up to 2017 • Well over half-way. thematic set-up Downstream approach Large scale and complex testing. Open Calls for engaging partners Founders and Commission working as equity partners • €1. evaluation and demonstration. 2 major assessments showing strong results Brussels 24th September 2013 . split 50/50 between the European Commission and Clean Sky members and partners • Start February 2008.

The evidence is clear – broad and deep participation Clean Sky Programme by 30 July 2013 Funding distribution in open Calls for Proposals 27% 37% ROs & Industry 36% SME 68 UK 80 DE 94 FR 56 ES 68 IT Clean Sky participants per Member State and Associated Country (ITD leaders. Associates and Partners) Brussels 24th September 2013 .

prop) GTF130 (Regional Jet – Geared Turbo .fan) Short-Medium Range / Open Rotor Engine Noise area (take off) -68% -48% -75% Up to -37% CO 2 -32% -23% -23% Up to .30% NO X -28% Up to -43% Up to -46% N/A Long Range / 3-shaft Advanced Turbo fan Single / Twin Engine Light Helicopter Brussels 24th September 2013 Up to -28% Up to -50% Up to -20% -30% Up to -21% Up to-70% .Assessment Results 2012 – showing strong progress to the programme goals Clean Sky Concept Aircraft LSBJ Business Jet (Innovative Empennage) TP90 (Regional Turbo.

even more ambitious targets are now necessary towards the next horizon: the SRIA for 2050 Resetting the Research and Innovation Agenda and reinforcing the solid efforts made to date Brussels 24th September 2013 .g. on CO2) Growing competition from new entrants The need to reinforce and reinvigorate Europe’s industrial leadership And beyond the ACARE SRA 2020.The case for renewed efforts: Fully meeting ACARE SRA’s 2020 Goals. plus beyond… …and importantly: beyond! • • • • • FP7 & Clean Sky end well before 2020. the ACARE SRA reference date Some large systems need further demonstration to achieve a full TRL6 Further improvements needed to fully reach the 2020 Goals (e.

Beyond 2020: Renewed ACARE SRIA towards 2050 Providing seamless and resilient air transport system Maintaining & extending industrial leadership Protecting the environment & the energy supply ACARE Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda towards 2050 Ensuring safety & security Prioritising research.. testing capabilities & education . and the case for Clean Sky 2 a continuation and extension of the current programme Brussels 24th September 2013 ..

Big technical challenges. with bigger ones still ahead Reduce perceived external noise by • 50% by 2020 • 65% by 2050 Reduce NOX emissions by • 80% by 2020 • 90% by 2050 Performance trade-offs and technology trades for all stakeholders Reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by • 50% by 2020 • 75% by 2050 2020 SRA and 2050 SRIA targets are for new aircraft technology relative to 2000 performance Brussels 24th September 2013 .

with a strong emphasis on SME participation Brussels 24th September 2013 . improve the use of small airports. provide for faster connections • Building industrial leadership in Europe: Facing the new competitors through innovation – strengthening the whole European supply chain. Enhancing and leveraging innovation capability across Europe. and paving the way for the 2035 intermediate step of the new Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda • Ensuring safe and seamless mobility: With a global ATS vision. bring new means to the air transport capabilities.Meeting the Challenges set in Horizon 2020 • Creating resource efficient transport that respects the environment: Finishing the job for reaching ACARE 2020 targets beyond CS1 contribution.

June 2013 Brussels 24th September 2013 .Clean Sky 2 Joint Technical Proposal: Joint Technical Proposal The European Aeronautical Industry’s proposal for the continuation and extension of the Clean Sky Joint Technology Initiative with a Clean Sky 2 Programme under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

8b€ Total Funding Assumption Eco-Design Airframe ITD Small Air Transport Dassault – EADS-CASA – Saab Evektor – Piaggio Large Systems ITDs Engines ITD Safran – Rolls-Royce – MTU Systems ITD Thales – Liebherr CS2 Website (June 2013) And new Brussels 24th developing September 2013 Building on Clean Sky.Clean Sky 2 Programme overview 1. going further into integration at full aircraft level technology streams for the next generations of aircraft German Aerospace Center (DLR) Airbus Technology Evaluator (TE) Vehicle IADPs Fraunhofer Gesellschaft Fast Rotorcraft Agusta Westland Eurocopter Large Passenger Aircraft Regional Aircraft Alenia Aermacchi .

Modelling Engine / System Demonstrators Airframe Demonstrators Flying Demonstrators From technology to full-scale demonstration Brussels 24th September 2013 .Integrating breakthrough technologies into full-scale demonstrators. Design Studies. Rig Testing.

30% (2025/2035) -20% to .Clean Sky 2 Programme Some key environmental and competitiveness goals Clean Sky 2 as proposed* CO2 & Fuel Burn Reduction NO reduction X -20% to .40% (2025/2035) Up to -75% (2035) Population exposed / Noise footprint impact * Baseline is best available performance in 2014 Brussels 24th September 2013 .

where a clear value chain can be demonstrated and overall innovative impact is proven Projected growth rates in CS2 funded activity • Major industrial players: ~100% • Academia and ROs: ~150% • SMEs: ~200% Brussels 24th September 2013 . becoming Members once selected • Partners (like CS1) through Calls for Proposals ( CfP) Current proposal for the Core Partners share of the Programme up to 30% of EU funding • Potentially up to 540m€ of funding At least 30% of EU funding available for CfP plus CfT engagement SMEs will be eligible throughout CS2 via CfP (and CfT) and in Calls for Core Partners.The principles for participation – CS2 as proposed A maximum of 40% of EU funding will be allocated to Leaders up-front. At least 60% of EU funding open to competition: • Potentially up to 1080m€ of EU funding • Core Partners (Associates) through Calls. Their participation may also take place via suitable Clusters.

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