Sergio Piastra (University of Bologna) participated to the Symposium at IEA (20th Congress of the International Ergonomic Association) organised by Martina Ragosta (Deep Blue) with the following title: Aerospace Human Factors and Ergonomics. The achievements of MINIMA were presented as a part of his presentation (Florence, Italy, 26-30 August 2018): http://iea2018.org/?page_id=4392
The report of MINIMA’s Final Projects Results (D5.2) was completed on May 11th, 2018. The full document can also be found in our documents section. This report on Final Project Results gives evidence on the overall MINIMA project with respect to the work done from 01 May 2016 to 30 April 2018. It includes reports about the work done in each of the work packages, the outcome of the project’s empirical evaluation study, and its further impact on ATM research in general. The core results presented in the document can be summarised as follows: Summyry with motivation and problem statement. Project overview with context, scope and the work performed in each work package namely Review and Concept Development, Implementation, Evaluation, Dissemination, Management and Ethics Requirements. Furthermore, the key project results and technical deliverables are explained. Links to SESAR Programme with maturity assessment. Conclusions and lessons learned with recommendations for next steps.
On April 23, 2018 the MINIMA team met with SJU for the Close-Out-Meeting in Brussels. SJU was thankful for the achievements and the conduction of the project during the last two years. Therefore, MINIMA will be closed as planned on April 30. However, this website remains online for another 5 years and also informs about following publications.