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Exciting Beginnings: CLAIM Project Kick-Off

This February marked the kickoff of the CLAIM project (Clean Aviation Support for Impact Monitoring), an ambitious endeavor aimed at advancing the frontiers of Clean Aviation. Hosted at the esteemed DLR Institute of System Architectures in Aeronautics facilities in Hamburg, Germany, on the 20th and 21st of February, this 2-day meeting not only symbolized the start of a new chapter in aviation innovation but also brought together minds committed to the sustainability of air travel.

The kick-off event was graced by the participation of executives from Clean Aviation Dr. Jean-Francois Brouckaert, Matthias Meussen and Eugene Kors, Sonell Shroff, whose insights and leadership are pivotal to steering the project towards its goals. It was an opportunity for all involved to align on the project's objectives, expectations, and the roadmap ahead.

CLAIM project kickoff meeting Clean Aviation

One of the highlights of the meeting was the Workshop on Candidate Metrics, led by Sigrun Matthes (DLR Institute for Atmospheric Physics) and attended by the project coordination board. This workshop facilitated a deep dive into potential metrics that could guide the project's progress, ensuring that every step taken is measured, meaningful, and aligned with our sustainability criteria.

CLAIM project under the Clean Aviation umbrella is a collaborative opportunity to bring multiple stakeholders and experts together to discuss aviation emissions, especially non-CO2 emissions. Also, in connection with several ongoing project like Clean Aviation ACAP, HERA and EU-funded IMPACT MONITOR Project. As we embark on this journey together, we look forward to the innovations, challenges, and triumphs that lie ahead. The CLAIM project is more than just an initiative; it's a collective step towards a greener, more sustainable future in aviation“.

Project coordinator: Prajwal Shivaprakash

Lead - Aviation System Design & Assessment, DLR Institute of System Architectures in Aeronautics 

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