ADACORSA Newsletter No.2

We are happy to share with you the 2nd ADACORSA Newsletter, which covers developments and updates of the past 7 months.
Successful project review and webinar on changes in aerospace regulations – just a few examples of great teamwork and dedication!
Stay tuned for further project updates.


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Adacorsa 1st Review

On the 15th of June, ADACORSA had its 1st Review. In an online meeting, Supply Chain and Work Package leaders presented to Reviewers the overall project status, achieved results, and gave a glimpse into near-future plans and activities.

Global pandemic made the first year of the project rather challenging and turbulent, however, consortium members handled these challenges well and made notable progress on the project, which was noted by the Reviewers.

We begin the second year with full enthusiasm and hope that the 2nd Review will be held face-to-face.

Aerospace regulations for Unmanned Aerial Systems

We are delighted to announce that our project is organizing its first webinar - Aerospace regulations for Unmanned Aerial Systems.

The webinar will take place online —March 25 from 14:00 to 15:30 CET.

We kindly invite our project members to join the first Adacorsa webinar.

The webinar will be led by our partners Walter Decker (Infineon) and Wilfried Kallert (Syrphus).


Today we are proud to publish the first ADACORSA Newsletter





25th - 26th November 2020 online

On November 25th and 26th European Forum For Electronic Components and Systems (EFECS) had taken online. COVID-19 did not stop any stakeholders from discussing Our Digital Future. ADACORSA project representatives were always present behind the project booth and tried their best to make the communication as real as possible.
We would like to thank our visitors and hopefully see you next time, not virtually!

DroneSE Workshop Program

ADACORSA team has been invited to present in Comp4Drones organized DroneSE workshop- Drones system engineering, which took place on 18th -20th of January. It was indeed a great opportunity to explore drone potential, regulatory landscape, and specific drone system architectures. Thank you for those that have registered and attended the workshop. If you will receive more opportunities to participate in such events, do not hesitate to contact WP7 leaders for guidance and support with regards to dissemination material.


Remember to register for EFECS 2020

Don't miss out and register now! Join us online to discover, network, learn and shape ‘Our Digital Future’ at the European Forum for Electronic Components and Systems (EFECS) 2020! The fourth edition of this international event is going to be virtual and unique, taking place on 25-26 November 2020.

EFECS 2020 is a virtual rendez-vous of stakeholders from across the ECS community, including an inspiring programme with sessions on the COVID-19 crisis, keynote speeches by the European Commission, the German Ministry and many more. EFECS contains high-level presentations, interactive workshops, Pre-Brokerage activities and an exhibition for new project ideas and project dissemination.


Kick Off!

We are happy to announce that despite the ongoing global pandemic, the ADACORSA project has successfully started! It was launched with a two-day online kick-off meeting which took place on 3rd and 4th of June 2020. 49 Partners from 12 different countries have joined their forces together with Supply Chain and Work Package leaders to delineate the administrative and technical responsibilities. The kick-off gave a great head start to establish connections between all the partners. Whereas, the Supply Chain and Work Package leaders had an opportunity to integrate their synergies and discuss effective methods in achieving the main objectives during the project lifetime.


The ADACORSA project has started on the 01 st of May 2020. The start will be celebratet with a two day kick-off meeting taking place on June 3 rd - 4 th, 2020.




ADACORSA has received funding from the ECSEL Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement No 876019.
The JU receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Germany, Netherlands, Austria, France, Sweden, Cyprus, Greece, Lithuania, Portugal, Italy, Finland, Turkey.