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Madrid, Spain

23 & 24 January 2019

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RPAS CivOps 2019

7th Annual European Civil RPAS Operators & Operations Forum

Organized by Blyenburgh & Co, France

Under the auspices of UVS International, The Netherlands

In the context of UVS International’s Global Access Initiative

Hosted by AESA (Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea – Spanish Aviation Safety & Security Agency)

Coordinated with the Civil Drone Councils of France, Germany, Netherlands, Spain

Coordinated with Interreg – ICAReS

The European Civil RPAS Operators & Operations Forum

RPAS CivOps 2019 is an international conference focusing on policy & regulatory matters for civil RPAS operators. It will address operational matters, current & future applications, standard operational scenarios, Specific Operations Risk Assessment (SORA), operational experience, operator qualification, pilot training & qualification, test range safety rules, data protection & privacy, insurance, and the upcoming European Union RPAS regulation.
The Civil Drone Councils of France, Germany, The Netherlands & Spain will give updates on their activities. A focus will be put on the harmonization of national approaches to matters of critical importance to the current & future RPAS operator community.
The presentations will broaden the awareness of current & future RPAS operators, their potential customers, national regulatory authorities, ANSPs, RPAS manufacturers service providers, national public/private partnerships, European Commission, European Union agencies, and investors & the press.

The objective of the RPAS CivOps conference is to:

  • Increase awareness relative to currently on-going civil RPAS operations [commercial & non-commercial (corporate, research, governmental non-military)];
  • Give current civil RPAS operators the possibility to state their case;
  • Contribute to identifying the civil RPAS community to itself;
  • Highlight the diversity of current & potential civil RPAS applications and present business case examples;
  • Disseminate information on the currently on-going civil RPAS-related regulatory activities in various fields (including “product safety”);
  • Permit potential customers of RPAS flight services to express their requirements;
  • Create a forum for current and future civil RPAS operators, and the representatives of the organizations that are involved in preparing the future for civil RPAS operations, to interact;
  • Present novel civil RPAS applications;
  • Discuss critical issues such as responsibility, liability, insurance, privacy & data protection;
  • Promote interaction with the decision makers in Brussels.

 

The RPAS CivOps conference brings together representatives of the following communities and organizations:

  • Current civil RPAS operators [commercial & non-commercial (corporate; research, governmental non-military)];
  • Organizations currently involved in preparing the future regulations for civil RPAS on a national & European level (incl. European Commission, EASA, SESAR JU, EUROCONTROL, JARUS, and various standards organizations);
  • National Aviation Authorities ;
  • National data protection agencies ;
  • Insurance companies (underwriters & brokers);
  • National associations involved with RPAS;
  • National working groups involved with RPAS;
  • Current & potential customers of RPAS flight services;
  • Flight training schools;
  • Manufacturers of civil RPAS (all aircraft types of all sizes);
  • Manufacturers of sub-systems for RPAS (including imagery & non-imagery sensors).

2 DAY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

This conference is organized within the context of the Riga & Warsaw Declarations, the upcoming Helsinki Declaration, the RPAS content in the European Commission’s “Aviation Strategy” proposal to the European Parliament, EASA’s Notice of Proposed Amendment 2017-05, the EC’s Drone-Rules.EU project, SESAR’s Outlook Study, SESAR’s U-Space Blueprint, the “SORA” document published by JARUS, ongoing national initiatives, and the conclusions of UVS International’s Survey of Civil Drone Operations.
See “Community Info” in the main menu bar for the relevant reference documents.

Location Map

Madrid, Spain – South edge of Retiro Park,
Center for Studies & Experimentation of Public Workds (CEDEX)
C/ Alfonso XII 3 & 4 – 28014 Madrid

Nearest metro stations: Atocha
Taxi from Madrid airport: 30 min

CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

The speakers at this conference will include representatives from the European Commission, European Commission agencies, DGAC, French Civil Drone Council and other national public/private partnerships (e.g. Japan, Netherlands, Spain), OECD, EUROCONTROL, JARUS, standards organisations, national aviation authorities, national drone associations, drone operators & manufacturers, U-Space/UTM experts, research organisations, as well as drone operation end customers.

NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

Each day will feature a welcome coffee/tea, a morning & afternoon refreshment break. On both days lunch (not included in the conference fee) will be served in the cafeteria. The first day will be concluded by a conference cocktail. These refreshment breaks, lunches & cocktail will offer exceptional networking opportunities.

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME & TIMING

DAY 1 – WEDNESDAY 23 JANUARY – MORNING

Session 1

08.00 – 09.00
Delegate Sign In

00 09.00-09.05
Opening Words

01 09.05-09.15
Welcome Keynote Speech
Isabel Maestre, Director General – AESA France

02  09.15-09.30
Spanish Drone Commission (SDC): Introduction & Activities
Marta Lestau – AESA, Spain
Juan José Sola Banasco – AESA, Spain

03  09.30-09.40
Airworthiness Requirements for RPAS
Cristina Cuerno – Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Spain
On behalf of SDC Group 1: Technology & Security

04  09.40-09.50
Operational Requirements for New Scenarios
Gregorio Peraleda – AESA, Spain
On behalf of SDC Subgroup 2.5

05  09.50-10.00
Spanish RPAS Sector Support & Promotion
Félix Herrero – AESA, Spain – On behalf of SDC Group 3

10.00-10.20
Panel Discussion

10.20-11.10
Break

Session 2

06  11.10-11.20
Minimum System Requirements for RPAS
Antidio Viguria – FADA-CATEC, Spain – On behalf of SDC Subgroup 1.2

07  11.20-11.30
Spanish Regulation of the Use of Radio Spectrum for RPAS
Santiago Pascual Calviño – Ministry of Economy – Digital Advancement, Spain – On behalf of SDC Subgroup 1.3

08  11.30-11.40
A Perspective of Spanish U-Space
Juan Ignacio Rueda – ENAIRE, Spain – On behalf of SCDC Subgroup 2.4

09  11.40-11.50
U-Space & its Importance for the Development of the Sector: Vision of the Regulator
Andres Lopez Morales – Ministry of Public Works & Transport, Spain

10  11.50-12.00
ENAIRE Vision for Spanish U-Space
Daniel Garcia-Monteavaro Vizcaino – ENAIRE, Spain

12.00-12.30     Panel Discussion
12.30-14.00     Lunch

DAY 1 – WEDNESDAY 23 JANUARY – AFTERNOON

Session 3

11  14.00-14.10
UAS/RPAS Regulation & Implementation
Koen de Vos, EC DG MOVE, European Union

12  14.10-14.20
EASA: On-going & Upcoming Activities Relative to Drones, U-Space & Urban Air Mobility
Yves Morier – EASA, European Union

13  14.20-14.30
RPAS Maritime Surveillance Services by the European Maritime Safety Agency
Olaf Trieschmann – European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), European Union

14  14.30-14.40
European Network of U-Space Demonstrators
Munish Khurana – EUROCONTROL, International

15  14.40-14.50
CORUS: Activity Updates
Cristina Barrado – Universitat Politècnica De Catalunya, Spain – On behalf of CORUS consortium

16  14.50-15.00
Full Speed Ahead for Drone Traffic Integration
Ludovic Legros – Single European Sky ATM Research Joint Undertaking (SESAR JU), EU

17  15.00-15.10
Drones in the Transport System: Acceptability & Integration
Katja Schechtner – Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development (OECD) – International Transport Forum (ITF)

15.10-15.30
Panel Discussions

15.30-16.30
Break

Session 4

18  16.30-16.40
The Evolving UTM at DFS
Ralf Heidger – Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS), Germany

19  16.40-16.50
Traffic Management Solution & Services for the Integration of Autonomous Operations
Isabel Del Pozo de Poza – Airbus, Spain

20  16.50-17.00
Keeping Safety in UTM
Patricia Hervias Vallejo – INDRA, Spain

21  17.00-17.10
Safety Rules for Test Ranges
Michael Maes – EuroUSC-BeNeLux, The Netherlands

22  17.10-17.20
Test Ranges for UAS: The Challenges
Erwin Lauschner – bavAIRia e.v., Germany

23  17.20-17.30
Standard Scenarios for RPAS Flight Testing in Segregated Airspace
Manuel Garcia Rivero – FADA-CATEC, Spain

17.30-18.00
Panel Discussion

DAY 2 – THURSDAY 24 JANUARY – MORNING

Session 5

24  08.45-09.05
Implementing New Standard Scenarios for Professional Use
Carine Donzel-Defigier – Direction Générale de l’Aviation Civile (DGAC), Direction du Transport Aérien (DTA), France
Nicolas Marcou – Direction Générale de l’Aviation Civile (DGAC), Direction de la Sécurité de l’Aviation Civile (DSAC), France

25  09.05-09.15
Pilot Training & Qualification: The French View
Erwin George – ENGIE, France – On behalf of the French Civil Drone Council

26  09.15-09.35
The German National Drone Council – Conclusions After One Year
Raimund Kamp (Aviation) & Ulrich Reinfried (Digital Innovations) – Federal Ministry of Transport & Digital Infrastructure, Germany

27  09.35-09.45
TITUS: Introduction & Activities
Uwe Meinberg – Test, Innovation & Technologiy Center for Autonomous Unmanned Vehicles (TITUS), Germany

28  09.45-09.55
Using UAV/ROV and AUV in Port Safety & Security Procedures – Recent Real-Life Experience
Michael Stein – Stein Maritime Consulting, Germany

09.55-10.15
Panel Discussion

10.15-11.00
Break

Session 6

29  11.00-11.15
Implementation of the European Drone Regulation in The Netherlands
Ron van de Leijgraaf – Ministry of Infrastructure & Water Management, The Netherlands

30  11.15-11.30
Interoperability & Standardization
Maarten Bonnema – Inspectie Leefomgeving & Transport (ILT) (CAA), The Netherlands

31  11.30-11.40
Safe Integration of Drones
Christiaan Lubbers – Luchtverkeersleiding Nederland (LVNL), The Netherlands

32  11.40-11.50
Building Communities to Stimulate the Drone Market – Progress of the Interreg-funded ICAReS Project
Rob van Nieuwland –  DARPAS, The Netherlands
On behalf of the ICAReS Consortium

33  11.50-12.00
U-Space & The Unifly Perspective: A Capability Update
Marc Kegelaers, Unifly, Belgium

12.00-12.20
Panel Discussion – 20 Minutes

12.20-13.50
Lunch – 90 Minutes

DAY 2 – THURSDAY 24 JANUARY – AFTERNOON

Session 7

34  13.50-14.00
European UAS Standards Coordination Group
Sergiu Marsac – EUROCAE, France

35  14.00-14.10
European Harmonized Standards & CE Marking for UAS in the Open Category
Karim Benmeziane – Bureau de Normalisation de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace, France – On behalf of ASD STAN

36  14.10-14.20
Product Safety, CE Marking & Other Aspects6to Assess Prior to Operation
Carolina Jimenez – Alter Technology TÜV Nord, Spain

37  14.20-14.30
DroneRules PRO: Online Information & Training Resources for Privacy & GDPR Compliance
Anna Donovan – Trilateral Research & Consulting, United Kingdom
On behalf of the DroneRules.PRO Consortium

38  14.30-14.40
Commercial Operations and Pilot Training: Perspectives from Australia
David Cole, FlyFreely, Australia

39  14.40-14.50
Helicus Aero Initiative – Medical Transport by UAS
Mikeal Shamim – Helicus, Belgium

14.50-15.20
Panel Discussion

15.20-16.00
Break

Session 8

40   16.00-16.10
Using the SORA Method to Operate our Skeyetech System Without A Remote Pilot
Stéphane Morelli – Azur Drones, France

41   16.10-16.20
The Rescue Drones Network
Luca Ricardo Viganotti – Rescue Drones Network, Italy

42   16.20-16.30
Risk Management SORA Methodology: Applied to Drone Swarms
Eric Gaillard – Star Engineering, France

43   16.30-16.40
Keys for Success in Large Scale Commercial RPAS Operations
Dor Dagan – Israel Aircraft Industries, Military Aircraft Group, Israel

44   16.40-16.50
Drones & Artificial Intelligence to Serve Vinyards in Europe
Jean-Sébastien Guillaume – Chouette, France

45   16.50-17.00
Drone Information Management Showcase Services in U-Space
Pablo Sanchez-Escalonilla – CRIDA – Centro de Referencia de Investigación, Desarrollo e Innovación ATM A.I.E., Spain

17.00-17.15
Panel Discussion

17.15-17.30
Closing Words

PRESENTING ORGANISATIONS & AFFILIATIONS

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Agencia Estatal De Seguridad Aerea (AESA), Spain
♦ Member of National Aviation Authority
• Member of Spanish RPAS Commission
• Member of the ICAO RPAS Panel
• Member of JARUS
Airbus, Spain
♦ Design & manufacture various types of drones
• Design & manufacture of UTM systems
• Member of SESAR co-funded PODIUM Consortium
• Member of European U-Space Demonstrator Network
Alter Technology TÜV Nord, Spain
♦ Consultancy services (RPAS-related functional safety, operational safety risk analysis, product safety).
ASD-STAN, European Union
♦ European standards organisation
• Member of European UAS Standards Coordination Group
Azur Drones, France
• Drone & sub-system manufacturer & drone operator
• Member of French Civil Drone Council
• Member of UVS International
bavAIRia e.v., Germany
♦ Bavarian economic promotion agency
• Member of UAV DACH
• Member of Gernman Civil Drone Council
Blyenburgh & Co, France
♦ RPAS-related consultancy, publishing & event organizer
• Member of EC co-funded DRONERULES.EU, SKYOPENER & AW-DRONES consortia
• Member of UVS International
Bureau de Normalisation de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace, France
♦ French national normalisation institute
Centro de Referencia de Investigación, Desarrollo e Innovación ATM A.I.E. (CRIDA), Spain
♦ National governmental entity
Chouette, France
♦ RPAS manufacturer, data processing & drone operator
Civil Drone Commission, Spain
♦ National public/private partnership overseen by AESA
Civil Drone Council, Germany
♦ German national public/private partnership overseen by the
Federal Ministry of Transport & Digital Infrastructure Civil Drone High Level Consultation Group, The Netherlands
♦ National public/private initiative overseen by ILT
Conseil pour les drones civils (CDC), France
♦ National public/private partnership overseen by the DGAC
DARPAS, The Netherlands
♦ National RPAS association
• Member of the Dutch national public/private drone initiative
• Member of the ICAReS consortium
• Member of UVS International
Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS), Germany
♦ National Air Navigation Service Provider
• Member of German Civil Drone Council
• Member of SESAR co-funded CORUS & USIS consortia
• Member of European U-Space Demonstrator Network
Direction Générale de l’Aviation Civile (DGAC) – Direction du Transport Aérien (DTA), France
♦ National Aviation Authority & Air Navigation Service Provider
• Member of French Civil Drone Council
• Member of JARUS
• Member of the ICAO RPAS Panel
• Member of the SESAR’s U-Space Working Group
• Member of SESAR co-funded CORUS, PODIUM & USIS consortia
Direction Générale de l’Aviation Civile (DGAC) – Direction de la Sécurité de l’Aviation Civile (DSAC), France
♦ Air Navigation Service Provider
• Member of French Civil Drone Council
• Member of JARUS
• Member of the ICAO RPAS Panel
• Member of the SESAR’s U-Space Working Group
• Member of SESAR co-funded CORUS, PODIUM & USIS Consortia
DroneRules.PRO, European Union
♦ EU (EASME)-funded consortium dedicated to increasing awareness on drone-related regulations, insurance and data protection & privacy
ENAIRE, Spain
♦ National air navigation service provider
• Member of Spanish RPAS Commission
• Member of SESAR co-funded DOMUS & SAFEDRONE consortia
ENGIE, France
♦ Electricity & gas supplier (RPAS operator)
• Member of French Civil Drone Council
• Member of Fédération Professionnelle du Drone Civil
• Member of UVS International
EUROCAE, France
♦ European aviation standards organisation
• Member of European UAS Standards Coordination Group
• Member of UVS International
EUROCONTROL, International
♦ Inter-governmental organisation committed to air traffic management & the safety of air navigation.
• Member of the SESAR’s U-Space Working Group
• Member of JARUS
• Member of the ICAO RPAS Panel
• Member of SESAR co-funded CORUS & PODIUM consortia
• Member of European U-Space Demonstrator Network
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), European Union
♦ European Union Agency
• Member of EC’s Informal Expert Group on Drones
• Member of the European UAS Standards Coordination Group
• Member of JARUS
• Member of the ICAO RPAS Panel
• Member of European U-Space Demonstrator Network
European Commission (EC), European Union
♦ Directorate General for Mobility & Transport (MOVE)
• Member of the European UAS Standards Coordination Group
• Member of European U-Space Demonstrator Network
European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), European Union
♦ European Union Agency
EuroUSC-BeNeLux, The Netherlands
♦ Qualified Entity
• Member of UVS International
FADA-CATEC, Spain
♦ RPAS Research Organisation & Test Range
• Member of Spanish RPAS Commission
• Member of SESAR co-funded DOMUS & SAFEDRONE consortia
• Member of UVS International
Helicus, Belgium
♦ Specialized consulting company & drone operator
• Member of SESAR co-funded SAFIR Consortium
• Member of European U-Space Demonstrator Network
• Member of UVS International
ICAReS Project, Belgium/France/The Netherlands/UK
♦ Interreg-financed cross border innovation cluster on Remote Sensing applications in agriculture, water, infrastructure & nature management sectors, federating knowledge institutes, SMEs, trade associations, governmental orgs.
INDRA, Spain
♦ Design & manufacture of UTM systems
• Member of SESAR co-funded DOMUS & SAFEDRONE
consortia
• Member of Spanish RPAS Commission
Inspectie Leefomgeving en Transport – Directie Luchtvaart, Vergunningverlening, The Netherlands
♦ National Aviation Authority – Responsible for granting operator certificates & flight permissions
• Member of the Dutch national public/private drone partnership
Israel Aircraft Industries, Military Aircraft Group, Israel
♦ Design & manufacture of drones
• Member of EC co-funded AW-DRONES consortium
• Member of SESAR co-funded SAFEDRONE consortium
Luchtverkeersleiding Nederland, The Netherlands
♦ National air navigation service provider
• Member of the Dutch national public/private drone initiative
Ministry of Economy – Digital Advancement, Spain
♦ National governmental entity
Ministry of Infrastructure & Water Management, The Netherlands
♦ National governmental entity
Ministry of Public Works & Transport, Spain
♦ National governmental entity
Ministry of Transport & Digital Infrastructure, Germany
♦ Federal governmental entity
• Member of JARUS
• Member of the German Civil Drone Council
Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development (OECD) – International Transport Forum, International
♦ Intergovernmental organisation
Rescue Drones Network, Italy
♦ Non-profit association federating drone operators in the rescue domaine from various countries
Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) Joint Undertaking (JU), European Union
♦ EU agency responsible for ATM-related research
• Leader of the «U-Space Working Group»
• Member of European U-Space Demonstrator Network
Star Engineering, France
♦ Specialized consulting company
Stein Maritime Consulting, Germany
♦ Specialized consulting company & drone operator
Test, Innovation & Technologiy Center for Autonomous Unmanned Vehicles (TITUS), Germany
♦ Regional public/private co-financed research institute
Trilateral Research & Consulting, United Kingdom
♦ Specialized consulting company
• Member of EC (EASME) co-funded DRONERULES.EU & DRONERULES.PRO consortia
• Member of UVS International
UniFly, Belgium
♦ Design & manufacture of UTM systems
• Member of the SESAR’s U-Space Working Group
• Member of GUTMA
• Member of European U-Space Demonstrator Network
• Member of SESAR co-funded CORUS, GOF USPAC, PODIUM, SAFEDRONE, SAFIR, VUTURA, USIS consortia
♦ Member of UVS International
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM), Spain
♦ Academic institution & research organisation
• Member of Spanish RPAS Commission
Universitat Politècnica De Catalunya, Spain
♦ Academic institution & research organisation
• Member of Spanish RPAS Commission
UVS International, International
♦ European & International RPAS association
• Member of:
– ICAO RPAS Panel
– ICAO «Space Learning» Group
– EC’s Informal Expert Group on Drones
– EASA’s General Aviation Sectorial Committee
– EASA’s RMT.023 Drone Expert Group
– SESAR’s U-Space Working Group
– European UAS Standards Coordination Group
– JARUS Stakeholder Consultation Body
– European Network of U-Space Demonstrators
– OECD’s Drone Working Group

WHAT THE PARTICIPANTS SAY

RPAS CIVOPS 2019

On 23 – 24 January 2019

Registration deadline : 12.00 (noon) on 18 January 2019

SPONSORING


SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Sponsorship of the RPAS CivOPS conference permits to be directly identified with this technically informative international conference. The event is organized for the international RPAS community, in response to the requirement expressed by UVS International members for an event where current & future governmental non-military & commercial civil RPAS operators, RPAS manufacturers, service suppliers, pilot training companies, R&D organizations, insurers, academia, current & potential customers can interface with each other, as well as with regulatory authorities and traditional aerial work suppliers. Organized within the framework of UVS International’s Global Access Initiative, and in co-ordination with the European Parliament, European Commission, European RPAS Expert Group on Drones, International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), European Space Agency (ESA), EUROCONTROL, European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC), SESAR JU, European UAS Standards Coordination Group (EUSCG), JARUS, Dutch & French & German & Spanish Civil Drone Council, various EU-financed consortia, as well as with the International RPAS Coordination Council (federation of 24 national associations), this is Europe’s only RPAS event, that is totally dedicated to civil RPAS operators & operations + related regulatory & policy aspects.

Conference - 1 Opportunity

– Signage recognizing Conference Sponsorship on conference promotional literature, programme, lunch tables & conference proceedings portal.
– 8 page advertisement or advertorial on www.rpas-civops.com up to 31 Jan. 2019.
– 2 Roll-up Posters (supplied by sponsor) on left & right hand side of stage
– Free nominal entry for 3 conference delegates (both days)
– Registration obligatory.

LUNCH SPONSOR 2 Opportunies (Day 1 or 2)

Benefits include:
– Signage recognizing Lunch Sponsorship on conference promotional literature, programme, lunch tables & conference proceedings portal.
– 6 page advertisement or advertorial on www.rpas-civops.com up to 31 Jan. 2019.
– Bare floor space for a pop-up presentation wall (supplied by sponsor) (supplied by sponsor) (both 2m linear).
– Free nominal entry for 2 conference delegates (both days) – Registration obligatory

Cocktail - 1 Opportunity (Day 1)

– Welcome address at the cocktail at the end of thre first day.
– Signage recognizing Cocktail Sponsorship on conference promotional literature, programme & conference proceedings portal.
– 8 page advertisement or advertorial on www.rpas-civops.com up to 31 Jan. 2019.
– Roll-Up Posters (supplied by sponsor) can be exhibited at the cocktail.
– Free nominal entry for 3 conference delegate (both days)
– Registration obligatory.

Coffee Breaks - 2 Opportunities (Day 1 or 2)

– Signage recognizing Coffee Break Sponsorship on conference promotional literature, programme & conference proceedings portal.
– 4 page advertisement or advertorial on www.rpas-civops. com up to 31 Jan. 2019.
– Flags with sponsor’s logo (supplied by sponsor) on beverage station & all tables.
– Bare floor space for a pop-up presentation wall (supplied by sponsor) (2 m linear)
– Free nominal entry for 1 conference delegate (both days)
– Registration obligatory.

Brochure or Data Sheet Posting

Posting on conference web site – www.rpas-civops.com – up to and including 31 January 2019.

Lanyards

250 Units supplied & delivered by sponsor to organizer – Freight, custom duties paid

CONTACT INFORMATION

For pricing & additional information on sponsoring opportunities contact Peter van Blyenburgh at:
Tel.: 33-1-46.51.88.65 – Fax: 33-1-46.51.05.22 – pvb@uvs-international.org – pvb@rps-info.com

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UPM: School of Civil Engineering Calle de Alfonso XII, 3 y 5, 28014 Madrid, Spain


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