Open ScienCe Aeronautic & Air Transport Research.
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The main goal of the OSCAR project is to initiate and deliver an optimized Open Science concept to European transport with special focus on AAT research with triggering an implementation in aeronautics and air transport where:
- The concept of Open Science is widely known in European aviation sector, taking also proximate research fields like Industry 4.0, digitization, material sciences, etc. into account, and it is implemented at least in pilot cases. The interfaces to other transport modes, to inter-modality and to proximate technology fields are considered.
- The message of an achieved balance between Open Science and IPR protection, which maximises beneficial, transparent, and fair openness while maintaining IPR and related competitiveness has been convincingly spread by means of a Code of Conduct.
- Project consortia concerned are well guided to efficiently apply the Open Science Code of Conduct customized to the characteristics of the individual project and to the individual researchers even in their daily work.
- A paradigm shift towards implementation of Open Science in European aviation research has been initiated.
Project was coordinated by Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Angewandten Forschung e.V. (Fraunhofer), having the following consortium: EASN-Technology Innovation Services (EASN-TIS), National Institute for Aerospace Research “Elie Carafoli” (INCAS), Office National d’Etudes et Recherches Aérospatiales (ONERA), Panepistimio Patron (UPAT), Safran (SAFRAN), Thelsys GmbH (THELSYS).