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    Here you'll be able to browse the consortia profile pages that are a part of the Future Flight Challenge and learn more about the projects.
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    ALIAS brings together nine highly motivated technology companies to show a scalable and cohesive airspace system for the future. This system will incorporate drones, air taxis and piloted aircraft working in unison to deliver economic and societal benefit for the UK and the Channel Islands.

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    The project will focus on developing a scalable, reconfigurable, and rapidly deployable automated vertiport capability. This technology will serve permanent vertiports, new bespoke vertiports and retro-fitted installations on car parks or roof tops as well as supporting temporary operations as a pop-up vertiport for events or disaster-relief. The project will make it easy for any business to become a drone capable business.

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    Without the right charging infrastructure in place, electric vertical take-off and landing vehicles (eVTOLS) cannot become a possible form of transportation. FFLIP will deliver a full-scale multi-modal demonstration at a site in Oxfordshire, including a 600-kilowatt eVTOL charger infrastructure with multiple power configurations to support 24-hour rapid charging of electric ground vehicles, trucks, drones and eVTOL aircraft.

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    The project will investigate localised aerodynamic meteorological data to allow unmanned aerial vehicles to adapt their route as they fly through wind changes and close to buildings at Cardiff Airport. It will also create a live data service providing real-time information about aero hazards in the urban landscape, making drone flight more commercially viable and safer.

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    The project will demonstrate how the Windracers ULTRA and SWARM technology can be used to conduct environmental protection missions including gathering environmental data in Antarctica and the detection and location of wildfires. SWARM technology allows for extensive coverage and at reduced survey time and human resource. For these operations to scale, the ULTRA platforms need to be operated in large numbers and in difficult environmental conditions. This raises several technological challenges, some of which are centred around navigation, situational awareness, resilience to failures and degraded performance states.

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    The project will see the fusion of leading-edge unmanned aircraft 'drones' and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, paving the way for cheaper, more reliable and accessible improvements in safety at sea. In addition, it allows exclusive economic zone coastal monitoring, especially in remote and difficult to access areas.

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    Sees.ai's advanced drone system unlocks autonomous flight in industrial environments, at a national scale, for the first time. It will use one of the world's most advanced solutions for unmanned flight and data capture at scale. Sees.ai's solution puts remote pilots in charge of connected and autonomous drones. The system is capable of remotely addressing even the most complex, close-quarter missions and can deliver safe and efficient operation of drone fleets at a national scale. To help the UK accelerate towards the adoption of autonomy, sees.ai is deploying the technology in industrial environments first. This will include the UK electricity grid and rail network, showing that the technology is not only exceptional but safe in the eyes of the regulator too.

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    The project will be evaluating a live 24-hour commercial autonomous beyond visual line of sight drone service in the high intensity airspace of Heathrow Airport.

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    This project aims to provide regulators, technology providers and operators with a blueprint for a UK wide rollout of beyond visual line of sight drone operations.

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    SATE is based at Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL)'s Kirkwall Airport in the Orkney Islands. Phase one of the SATE project allowed HIAL, with support from partners, to create the UK's first low-carbon aviation test centre running from a commercial airport. This phase of the project expands on the work of the original project to create a UK Centre for Excellence of Sustainable Aviation Systems. This will enable SATE to host pre-commercial demonstrations of novel aviation technologies with proven use cases to commercialise clean innovation in a real-world environment. Use cases will include scheduled airline route, offshore energy services, NHS activities, island and remote region deliveries and environmental survey and inspection. The use case demonstrations to be undertaken as part of the project will have a positive impact on island communities. They will improve quality of life, and address issues of social exclusion and access deprivation (including access to health services). Within the SATE project and partner organisations, at least 45 new highly skilled jobs will be created. Many of the roles created will be based in remote communities around Scotland representing high-value roles.

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    Open Skies Cornwall will test the next generation of drones, their infrastructure requirements and enabling technology to serve NHS, Royal Mail, users of Falmouth Harbour, Cornwall Council, international humanitarian medical logistics providers. The project will implement the DronePrep Drone Delivery Register, which will help with planning and building sky highways to connect NHS, Royal Mail, Maritime and local authority assets to the people of Cornwall.

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    The project will use drones to shuttle pathology samples between three hospitals in north-west England. These solar powered drones will deliver better healthcare to the Morecambe Bay community by speeding up the processing times of samples and reducing carbon dioxide emissions.

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    The project will use drones to regularly survey wide infrastructure estates, including ports and highways, to create digital models and obtain detailed insight of these dynamic environments.

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    Project HEART will revolutionise the operation of regional aircraft networks, initially targeting the nine to 19 passenger market, with innovations in fuel, propulsion, autonomy, connectivity and operational models and conducting flight trials with automated specialised operations aircraft powered by zero-carbon hydrogen electric systems. Project HEART will provide a holistic operational, infrastructure and technology model that is commercially viable, subsidy-free and environmentally friendly.

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    The project places the UK at the forefront of advanced air mobility. It brings together the leading experts of UK aviation to develop and demonstrate end-to-end operations that will drive the development of a commercially viable AAM network in the UK. This includes demonstration flights between a new Skyports vertiport and London Heathrow and Bristol airports using Vertical Aerospace's VX4 eVTOL aircraft, operated by Virgin Atlantic.

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    The project will use drones powered by renewable energy sources on a 165-mile superhighway connecting the airspace above cities including Reading, Oxford, Milton Keynes, Cambridge, Coventry and Rugby. The corridor will enable inspection times of infrastructure to be cut significantly and speed up parcel delivery times from hours to minutes.

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