Sustainable Aircraft

Leading the way towards zero-emission flights

The aviation industry is going through a period of unprecedented change. New sustainable aircraft concepts are being developed to address tomorrow’s transportation needs, and ultimately achieve the first net-zero emission flights.

Designing, manufacturing, operating and recycling sustainable aircraft will depend on new technologies, architectures and practices – presenting a significant challenge for both industry players and regulators.

Leading the way

As innovation introduces new risks, success will depend on developing customised solutions to ensure safety and security.

That’s where we can help. Drawing on nearly 40 years’ experience in the aerospace, energy and aviation sectors, we support the development and deployment of new sustainable aircraft solutions.

Why Airbus Protect?

Through an open-minded and agile approach to innovation, we can help the industry develop and deploy new solutions to achieve sustainable aviation. Our approach centres around:

  • Developing safe and secure components, systems and aircraft
  • Optimising pathways to certification
  • Customising solutions for the safe and secure introduction of new technologies
  • Ensuring a holistic approach covering the aircraft, its operation and supporting infrastructure

Our offering

Our mission is to help organisations achieve their sustainability objectives.
Our highly skilled consultants, experts and trainers can help you manage and mitigate risk and embrace the green transportation revolution through sustainable aviation. Our offering covers:

  • Assessing the applicability of standards
  • Certification strategy development and deployment
  • Safety and risk analysis
  • Architecture optimisation
  • Security analysis
  • Human factors
  • Hydrogen risk analysis

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Blog CVE and zero-day vulnerabilities

Remote code Execution On EcoStruxure PLC simulator (CVE-2020-28211, CVE-2020-28212, CVE-2020-28213)

In this document, we will describe the process of how an attacker can remotely take control of the engineering station by exploiting three 0-day vulnerabilities (CVE-2020-28211, CVE-2020-28212, CVE-2020-28213) in Schneider Electric ControlExpert software: Bypassing project authentication used in the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) simulator Hijacking existing Unified Messaging Application Services’ (UMAS) session Executing a payload […]

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Automating the SOC – Towards AI-Based Incident Response in the Factory of the Future

The Security Operations Centre (SOC) is an established service for continuous protection of companies against cyber threats, and it will extend to cover industrial environments in the near future. However, with the increasing activity of threat actors as well as their growing resources, knowledge and skills, cyber security is a moving target. This is especially […]

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Cookie Policy (US)

We often hear news about critical and negative events in the life of a business. In our society, tragic events and tales of failure are more appealing than successes and the news reflects that. How many people know the latest details about COVID-19 today and how many know about the ITER project and its tremendous […]