RINGO has produced an interactive map in order to represent the landscape of aviation research infrastructures available in Europe. The map classifies research infrastructures in 9 categories: environmental research infrastructures, flight testbeds, materials, propulsion benches, simulators, structures, supercomputers, wind-tunnels, and others. The map relies on publicly available data. RINGO will consolidate it based on inputs received [...]
The project website is online! This website provides all the relevant information on RINGO, including its objectives, the composition of the Consortium, public materials and much more. In the news & events section we will publish the latest info on the project and promote events RINGO is taking part in, both as organizer and as participant. [...]
RINGO was presented in the European Aeronautics Science Network (EASN) newsletter issued in April. The project was introduced along with CSAs CAPPADOCIA and CATER. The newsletter highlighted the goals and the broader scope of RINGO, also providing details about its consortium. A special thanks to EASN for hosting us in their April 2017 newsletter!