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ACARE, the Advisory Council for Aviation Research and Innovation in Europe, launched the latest Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) on 21 June 2017 at the Paris Airshow. Since the first release fo the SRIA in 2012, aviation has changed; the fields of action have therefore been expanded in the new edition of the SRIA. The updated guidelines will be followed until 2050 to direct research towards the achievement of the Flightpath 2050 Vision.

ACARE has been providing guidelines setting the strategic roadmap for aviation research, development and innovation since 2000. The updated SRIA agenda embodies a single European document that provides a long-term, strategic way forward in research and development to meet the societal and market needs, while maintaining and extending Europe’s industrial leadership in this sector.

RINGO builds on the SRIA, addressing key challenges in order to reach the objectives set by FlightPath 2050. Click to read the Executive summary and Volume 1 of the latest SRIA.