Testing time for the RATIOS project, which as part of the European Clean Sky 2 program saw three Italian companies completely rethink aircraft cabins.
A Team of three Italian companies is involved in rethinking commercial aircraft’s interiors for the benefit of passengers. Funded by the Clean Sky 2 EU program, the project includes transversal overhead lockers, baggage spaces under the seats and automatic touchless toilets. It is all made to improve space and comfort.
Clean Sky 2’s RATIOS project; the final configuration was recently completed. The futuristic design endeavors to optimize travel times while maximizing the passengers’ flight experience and, of course, reducing weight and improving eco-compliance thanks to the use of new technologies and materials.
Clean Sky 2’s RATIOS project (Clean Sky Joint Undertaking) is designing the future cabin interior for regional aircraft, and the final configuration was recently completed.
Imagine the whole interior space of an airplane: what could we do in there? How many different layouts can you imagine?
Starting from the pain points, matching them with the main trends we investigated, designers are sketching a few new ways of conceiving the aircraft’s spaces.
The challenge for aircraft and airports is to get synchronized so that passengers’ experience can adapt as their preferences shift and evolve.