The ATI are launching a new technology strategy for UK aerospace, Destination Zero: The Technology Journey to 2050. The strategy document and accompanying roadmaps can be found in the Strategy section of the ATI website.
Destination Zero sets out the UK’s sector-wide aerospace technology strategy and provides guidance on the challenges facing the aerospace industry if we are to meet our 2050 target; likely market technology evolution and adoption rates; and the ATI Programme investment priorities across our areas of focus.
It sets our path towards achieving net zero carbon emissions for commercial aircraft by 2050 and supporting the competitiveness of the UK industry in sustainable design, manufacture, assembly and operations of future aircraft.
Where does Oxsensis fit in?
Advanced sensors for LH2 (page 20 of the above report) are an important part of the Zero strategy and Oxsensis are working with key organisations to develop and demonstrate LH2 sensing capability. Oxsensis aim to be ready for the next generation challenge of zero emissions and providing technology to help enable this strategy.
See more: https://www.ati.org.uk/news/launching-destination-zero/