Aug 18 2011
After several months of careful preparation, Emakina and Clean Sky proudly launched the new Clean Sky website this summer.
Hélène Barbier, Communication officer of the organisation confirms with enthusiasm that the website received very positive comments all around inside the European Commission. She adds that it was also welcomed by the partners in the project and received a praise in the sector.
Clean Sky is the most ambitious aeronautical research programme ever launched in Europe. The new platform will help Clean Sky to reach its ambitious mission and objectives. Breakthrough technologies must improve the environmental performances of airplanes and air transport considerably. Less noisy and more fuel efficient aircraft will contribute in achieving the Single European Sky environmental objectives.
The organisation also confirms in its ‘Skyline’ newsletter that the site represents a major improvement in its communication towards all its stakeholders.
The Emakina team produced a fluent and fresh design, combined with attractive video material. At the same time, the revamp is far more then a facelift. A full Content Management System allows to create and update complex information rapidly. The navigation is intuitive, with direct access to work undertaken, proposals, deliverables and media. More interactive features are ready to be enabled, such as interaction on articles, polls and surveys, blogs, social media links, etc.
The Clean Sky Joint Technology Initiative was born in 2008 and represents a unique Public-Private Partnership between the European Commission and the industry. It is managed by the Clean Sky Joint Undertaking until 31 December 2017.