Ensuring drone traffic control
and safety

LABYRINTH

will contribute to a safer, more efficient and sustainable civil road, rail, air and waterborne transport with new centralized planification systems capable of communicating with all the drones in a certain area, processing their desired origin and destination points and compute paths to avoid collisions. within the SESAR strategy through the development of autonomous air traffic control systems towards the integration of drones into European airspace.

ROAD TRANSPORT

AIR TRANSPORT

EMERGENCY

WATERBORNE TRANSPORT

What we do

LABYRINTH

The consortium

will give rise to applications in road, airports, seaports, and emergency situation related to urban mass-gathering scenarios. Labyrinth will set four scenarios o test the capacity to implement these technologies and be able to bring it to market, opening the access of drones to civil use.

UC3M
EXPACE
DLR
JEFATURA CENTRAL DE TRÁFICO
TELEFÓNICA INVESTIGACIÓN Y DESARROLLO, S.A.
SAMUR
NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR AEROESPACE TECHNOLOGY
EUROCONTROL
DIN
AUTORITA DI SISTEMA PORTUALE DEL MAR LIGURE ORIENTALE
AIT AUSTRIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GMBH
PONS SEGURIDAD VIAL S.L
PKF ATTEST INNCOME

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Latest News

Join our 2nd PhD Webinar to learn about the latest research in drone technology innovation to ensure transport safety.

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Labyrinth as a supporting project to the newly Pan-European Urban Air Mobility Projects & Initiatives Community launched

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How will we control the 400,000 drones that will be flying over European airspace by 2035?

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