This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 636308.


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The PASSME model

Project Deliverables

In this section you will find downloadable PDFs of each Project Deliverable that has been completed to date.

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PASSME's multidisciplinary approach to stress-free air travel

Making air travel as stress-free as possible for passengers in the EU is one of PASSME’s main aims, and it requires a multidisciplinary team in order to cover all the elements required to make it happen.

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VR/AR and mobile technologies in airports to enhance passenger experience

January 06, 2017
PASSME partners ran a special session centred on Virtual Reality technology opportunities for passengers “Exploring VR/AR and mobile technologies in airports…
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PASSME - Newsletter 2

December 21, 2016
Hello and welcome to the second PASSME Newsletter. Since the last newsletter, we have enjoyed a very fruitful Community of Practice meeting. This was an online…
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PASSME partner Suzanne Hiemstra awarded Dutch Ergonomics Prize

December 05, 2016
Last month, PASSME partner and TUDelft PHD researcher Suzanne Hiemstra van Mastright was awarded a dissertation prize from the reputable Human Factors…
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PASSME CoP Meeting Report

November 30, 2016
The PASSME Community of Practice (CoP) aims to ensure PASSME research is up-to-date and meets the needs of aviation stakeholders. This is achieved through…
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Jun 2017

Future Travel Experience Europe - 'On The Ground' Conference


The "On the Ground" conference at FTE Europe 2017 will play a crucial role in inspiring air transport and travel industry stakeholders to innovate and…

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Mar 2017

Passenger Terminal Expo, 2017

Passenger Terminal EXPO & CONFERENCE comes to RAI Amsterdam in 2017 and will once again provide the most significant opportunity for airports and airlines to…

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