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topical issue of maritime surveillance, which is of interest across Europe and to the Mediterranean region in particular. This success has been made possible thanks to the strong collaboration between all 42 team partners, which we have the honor to lead.”


OCEAN2020 will see unmanned platforms of different type (fixed-wing, rotary-wing, surface and underwater) integrated with naval units’ command and control centers, allowing for data exchange via satellite, with command and control centers on land. The joint and cooperative use of both manned and unmanned vehicles will also be demonstrated as part of the project.


completion and “power on” of the “iron bird” ground test facility in Taufkirchen, Germany. This enables the verification of the entire electric propulsion system of CityAirbus, developed by Airbus’ E-Aircraft Systems unit.


CityAirbus is a multi-passenger, self- piloted battery-powered vertical take-off and landing vehicle designed for urban air mobility. It is designed to carry up to four passengers over congested megacities in a fast, affordable, and environmentally friendly way.


CityAirbus Reaches Next Milestone


The CityAirbus program has reached another important milestone: the


The first full electric propulsion test bench has the capability to operate the propulsion system chain from flight controls to the dynamic loads of the propellers. This allows the verification of electrical, mechanical and thermal dynamics.


After being


maturated and verified on the iron bird, the propulsion system will be embedded on the demonstrator by mid-2018.


Meanwhile the development of the


CityAirbus demonstrator itself is ongoing. The first structural parts have already been produced and are on the way to being assembled. These important development steps pave the way to the CityAirbus’ first flight before the end of 2018.


The test bench configuration reflects the CityAirbus


architecture including motors,


power electronics, and distribution boxes developed and produced by Siemens in the frame of the cooperation agreement between Airbus and Siemens on electric propulsion.


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