Data management plan
The main goal of this document is to show how the research data of the project are findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR).
This deliverable describes the data management life cycle for the data to be collected, processed and/or generated by the project.
Conclusions and results
This document presents an overview of the methodology followed and the major results got by the project, as well as the conclusions and recommendations arising from the study.
Architecture and Design
This document outlines the architecture and design of the ICARUS system, describing of the state-of-the-art of the technological solutions needed to develop the proposed services.
Web survey report
To understand the perceived needs of the future users of ICARUS including drone operators and pilots, manned aviation pilots, authorities and other stakeholders, the ICARUS Consortium organised a public web survey.
In this brochure you can find all the essential information about ICARUS project: the main objectives, the timeline and the members of the consortium.
Roadmap and cross fertilisation with concurrent U-space projects
This document analyses the links existing with other projects dealing with the definition and demonstration of U-space services to ensure that the most effective and efficient use of resources is allocated.
Communication and Dissemination plan
The Communication and Dissemination Plan (CDP) provides the requirements for successfully communicating the existence of the project to the community, and disseminating its results.
Design & Architecture Deliverables
ICARUS Concept Definition
This document establishes the ICARUS concept, providing an analysis of the state-of-the-art in height systems, digital terrain models (DTM) and geospatial products relevant to the requirements of the system definition and the development of the components.
ICARUS Design and Architecture
This document specifies the overall ICARUS architecture with a particular focus on the architecture of
the proposed micro-services that constitute the ICARUS contribution to the definition of U-space
This document outlines the design of ICARUS by describing the interfaces of the ICARUS services for each of the four ICARUS modules foreseen.
ICARUS Preliminary CONOPS
This document defines a preliminary Concept of Operations (ConOps) for three U-space services proposed by the ICARUS project to provide for a common altitude reference system.
Validation Scenario Design
This document provides information about the design of scenarios envisaged for validation activities and the test-bed, including equipment, drones, components, and USSP interfaces that will be used. It also covers the verification of the requirements defined during the requirements analysis in Document D3.1 “ICARUS concept definition”.
Simulation Trials Execution Plan
Following on from D6.1, that described the design of the scenarios identified for the validation activities, this document provides the detailed execution plan of the ICARUS simulation trials.