Corballis was a technology partner in the FP7 project PROSPERO (PROactive Safety PERformance for Operations). This project contributed to the validation of our Safety Management System and Pattern Matching System.
PROSPERO was a European 7th Framework project that ran from 2012 through 2015 and comprised 14 partner organisations across 7 countries. The consortium included end-users, industry, SMEs and academic partners. This project produced an integrated risk framework for the Air Traffic System (ATS) including proactive ways to anticipate complex risks that have the potential to cause crises. This resulted in a substantial improvement in the recovery from human error. The risk framework developed by PROSPERO delivered a way to measure progress towards reducing the air accident rate by 80%.
PROSPERO developed, implemented and evaluated a prototype management system for identifying and actively managing systemic risks in the Air Transport System.
Corballis contributed to the following:
PROSPERO has achieved a breakthrough by developing a network of collaboration between key partners across Europe such as airlines, airports, air traffic control and ground operations. The data is processed, integrated, analysed, undergoes a pattern matching process, and is fed back to the owners. Corballis contribution to PROSPERO demonstrated that safety can now be approached in an integrated manner at operational level with all the parties contributing to the aviation transport service.