The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published its 2020-2022 research agenda, which comprises an updated list of research requests identified by Agency experts and external stakeholders in the fields of aviation safety, security, environmental protection and public health risks.
The main aims of the research requests in the agenda are to:
- prepare the evolution of aviation standards
- support the development of new safety and security management concepts/methods/tools
- investigate safety and security threats, support reactive safety management
- obtain knowledge and data on novel products, technologies or types of operation
For more details on EASA-led research projects and other projects EASA is involved in, take a look at the Research & Innovation domain.