Meet MUSE at Upcoming Events – Barcelona and Seville
The MUSE project (Measuring U-Space Social and Environmental Impact) is eager to engage with experts, industry leaders, and the public at two upcoming events. These events provide a unique opportunity to learn more about our groundbreaking work in assessing the impact of UAM (Urban Air Mobility) operations on European cities’ livability and quality of life.
1. Tomorrow Mobility World Congress (7-9 November 2023 – Barcelona):
Join us at the Tomorrow Mobility World Congress in Barcelona, where we will be showcasing our innovative approaches to understanding the societal and environmental impact of UAM operations. This event is a gathering of industry executives, government leaders, and global experts addressing critical transportation challenges. MUSE’s presence at the congress offers a fantastic opportunity to connect with our team and gain valuable insights into the future of urban air mobility.
2. SESAR Innovation Days 2023 (27-30 November 2023 – Seville):
The SESAR Innovation Days 2023, hosted by the University of Seville at the Faculty of Engineering, is a prominent event in the aviation and air traffic management domain. MUSE is actively participating in this event, presenting our innovative methods and tools for assessing UAM’s impact on cities. This is your chance to engage with us, learn about our research, and discuss the future of U-Space environmental and social impact assessment.
The MUSE project is dedicated to addressing the critical challenges posed by UAM operations while fostering sustainability and improving the quality of life in European cities. We invite you to join us at these events and be a part of our mission to shape the future of urban air mobility.
For inquiries and further information, please reach out to:
Project Coordinator – Miguel Baena email@example.com
Dissemination Manager – Manon Coyne firstname.lastname@example.org
Launching the website of MUSE – Measuring U-Space Social and Environmental Impact
We are excited to announce the official launch of the website for the MUSE project – “Measuring U-Space Social and Environmental Impact.” MUSE is an ambitious initiative aimed at revolutionizing our understanding of the impact of Urban Air Mobility (UAM) operations on the quality of life in European cities, with a special focus on addressing issues like drone-generated noise and visual pollution.
About the MUSE Project:
The overarching goal of MUSE is to develop a comprehensive set of key performance indicators, methods, and tools for assessing the societal and environmental impact of UAM operations. These indicators will capture the full spectrum of UAM’s effects on citizens’ quality of life, considering factors like geography, time, demographics, socioeconomic status, and behavior. The project’s specific objectives include:
Defining Social and Environmental KPIs: MUSE aims to define a set of U-Space social and environmental Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) capable of offering high-resolution insights into UAM’s impact on citizens’ daily lives.
Developing Innovative Measurement Tools: The project will develop cutting-edge methods and tools for accurately measuring and forecasting the proposed KPIs. This toolkit will enable 4D drone trajectory generation in urban areas, modeling of UAM noise and visual footprints, high-resolution dynamic population mapping, and calculation of population exposure indicators based on various parameters.
Case Studies: MUSE will demonstrate and evaluate the capabilities of its newly developed methods and tools through the application to a series of case studies in European cities.
Creating Future Solutions: As a forward-looking initiative, MUSE will lay the groundwork for future advancements in U-Space services by outlining the MUSE U-Space Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Framework, designed to optimize the social and environmental performance of UAM operations.
Within just a few months since its inception, the MUSE project has made significant progress. We are proud to announce the successful submission of two key deliverables to the European Commission and the SESAR 3 Joint Undertaking:
Communication and Dissemination Strategy: This document outlines our approach to effectively communicate the project’s objectives, progress, and results to a wide audience.
Data Management Plan: The Data Management Plan establishes guidelines for the collection, storage, and sharing of project data, ensuring transparency and accessibility.
We are excited about the journey ahead and the potential for MUSE to shape the future of UAM operations. Stay tuned for updates and insights as we work toward a more sustainable and livable urban environment.
For more information and to stay updated on our progress, please visit our website, which will be live this Friday. We look forward to engaging with stakeholders, experts, and the public as we embark on this transformative journey. Together, we can create a brighter, more sustainable future for urban air mobility.