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Making the Mission Computer Intelligent – A Step Ahead

R. Pitchammal, Vikrant Sadda
2013 Defence Science Journal  
Intricate aircraft systems increase the need for intelligent cooperation between pilots and aircraft which will be fulfilled by making the MC as smart or intelligent MC. Figure 1.  ...  interface and thereby helping a lot in reducing the heavy workload of the pilot.  ...  Since failure is imminent system chooses engine shut down as favoured proposal. (e) Dialogue manager: Engine shut down proposal is presented to the pilot through dialogue manager.  ... 
doi:10.14429/dsj.63.4260 fatcat:2a7yquvcbbbaxcmmspi5bsd6dm

Controller-Pilot Data Link Communications Display oriented to multiple Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems pilots

Miguel Ángel Fas-Millán, Enric Pastor Llorens
2019 International Review of Aerospace Engineering (IREASE)  
A Controller-Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) interface oriented to Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) pilots was implemented as part of a synthetic task environment aimed to test the NtoM  ...  Designed to be quick and intuitive, the current prototype of this display, on its own, could be used by pilots -of manned or unmanned aircraft -and controllers to practise and get used to the CPDLC message  ...  The whole process is managed by the aircraft system and the pilot is not involved or even aware of it. But, aside from those, the ATC can ask for CPDLC reports.  ... 
doi:10.15866/irease.v12i1.15535 fatcat:zevh6hq2u5gwbcoox34ipgg3vu

NtoM: a Concept of Operations for Pilots of Multiple Remotely Piloted Aircraft

Miguel Ángel Fas-Millán, Enric Pastor
2019 International Review of Aerospace Engineering (IREASE)  
The concept of operations proposed here pursues the feasibility, from a human factors perspective, of having a single pilot/aircrew controlling several remotely piloted aircraft systems at once in non-segregated  ...  To that end, a set of measures at several levels is suggested, which includes workload prediction and balance, pilot activity monitoring, and a special emphasis on interface usability and the pilot's situational  ...  Acknowledgements This work was part of a thesis funded by the grant with reference BES-2014-071096 belonging to the Research Personnel Training sub-programme from the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness  ... 
doi:10.15866/irease.v12i1.16153 fatcat:7nkb5sys5ff4biyrfmg2b64x7e

Analysing joint work between activity systems

Christine Owen
2008 Activités  
controllers and airline pilots.  ...  The analysis will show how the changes in elements of the activity systems reveal points of tension and contestation and thus opportunities for development in the everyday interactions between air traffic  ...  ., the dialogue between other pilots and relevant ATCs on the same frequency).  ... 
doi:10.4000/activites.2040 fatcat:42klh5fy4bhm5j5xf4pxuywhbu

Opportunities for advanced speech processing in military computer-based systems

C.J. Weinstein
1991 Proceedings of the IEEE  
control training systems; (5) battle management command and control support system with spoken natural language interface; and (6) spoken language translation system.  ...  in computer networks; (3) speech recognition in fighter aircraft, military helicopters, battle management, and air traffic control training systems; and (4) noise and interference removal for human listeners  ...  pertinent references, and providing valuable comments and criticism.  ... 
doi:10.1109/5.118986 fatcat:prqhhsinpbclpihwbuvw2bzkxq


Mykola Kasatkin, Yuliya Sikirda, Tetiana Shmelova
2019 Vìsnik Nacìonalʹnogo Avìacìjnogo Unìversitetu  
A conceptual model of the system has been developed for managing and forecasting the development of emergency cases in flight based on deterministic and stochastic models of decision making by the air  ...  process and in the real conditions of aircraft exploitation.  ...  The Global Operating Concept for Air Traffic Management (ATM) [8] provides for the provision of a joint (pilotair traffic controller (ATC)) DM air traffic control unit based on a dialogue between them  ... 
doi:10.18372/2306-1472.1.13652 fatcat:nws3bm7ua5aara7len4myvar2q

Applicability of Usability Evaluation Techniques to Aviation Systems

Michael Clamann, David B. Kaber
2004 The International journal of aviation psychology  
The role of any system interface is to provide a dialog between the operator and the device.  ...  If a system is useable, the dialog is intuitive and natural and allows the user to work in harmony with the system. There are numerous ways to evaluate and enhance the usability of a system.  ...  The evaluators use a general set of design principles (Dix et al., 1998) , such as 1. Visibility of system status. 2. Match between system and real world. 3. User control and freedom. 4.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327108ijap1404_4 fatcat:njzvkrbkhbel3b5b5lpp24pola

Taking Turns in Flying with a Virtual Wingman [chapter]

Pim Nauts, Willem van Doesburg, Emiel Krahmer, Anita Cremers
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
management (turn-taking between Ashley and the pilot).  ...  She is a real-time interface between humans and machines and therefore employs the most natural of tools available to humans in communicating: speech.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21605-3_63 fatcat:5dq6ugbr3verhc4ojigheu7xua

Artificial intelligence applications in aircraft systems

1997 Expert systems with applications  
applications related to the operation and support of aircraft systems.  ...  Air Operations Division at the DSTO Aeronautical and Maritime Research Laboratory is developing a capability in the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI), including knowledge based systems technology, in  ...  Acknowledgments Graeme Murray managed the research contract with Swinburne Institute of Technology, working collaboratively with Professor Iain Wallace and Dr Kevin Bluff.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0957-4174(97)86756-5 fatcat:h5ixe5i2zbghba5yq3rwzp6d3m

Reflections on automation and the need for new competencies in the civil pilot training

Mario Henrique Dorileo de Freitas Rondon
2017 Aeronautics and Aerospace Open Access Journal  
The results of some investigations on aircraft accidents point to the crew's unpreparedness in properly monitoring the aircraft's automation systems as one of the contributing factors to accidents 3 in  ...  Although measurements and data are necessary to control, understand and predict technological systems' behavior, the data themselves are not enough.  ...  Design of the aircraft's pilot-systems interface; vi. Pilot selection; vii. Training and procedures; viii.  ... 
doi:10.15406/aaoaj.2017.01.00019 fatcat:ejje234aivb4razgegdgqnfauy

Adaptive Automation: Sharing and Trading of Control

Toshiyuki INAGAKI
2001 The Proceedings of the Transportation and Logistics Conference  
Benefits and costs of adaptive automation, in relation to decision authority, trust-related issues, and human-interface design, are discussed with some examples.  ...  Function allocation is the design decision to determine which functions are to be performed by humans and which are to be performed by machines to achieve the required system goals, and it is closely related  ...  Although they do not appear as coauthors, readers may find reflections of their ideas at many places in this chapter. The author also extends his sincere gratitude to anonymous referees.  ... 
doi:10.1299/jsmetld.2001.10.79 fatcat:nr32hz3canf7zkxz45yza37ati


А. А. Aralova, N. I. Aralova, O. M. Klyuchko, V. I. Mashkin, I. V. Mashkina
2018 Electronics and Control Systems  
It was implemented on the base of the database managing system and the Lasaru programming system.  ...  This electronic information system includes two automated work place; the list of their functions and functions' descriptions are described as well.  ...  Unlike other professions linked with the management of complex machines and aggregates, the pilot interacts with two dynamic systems simultaneously: he controls the work of engines and aircraft mechanisms  ... 
doi:10.18372/1990-5548.56.12944 fatcat:ln24hosq4fae7d6vsycjgbbucm

When mental models go wrong: co-occurrences in dynamic, critical systems

Denis Besnard, David Greathead, Gordon Baxter
2004 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
We discuss this phenomenon and its potential disastrous consequences using the example of a real commercial air crash. We finally address some implications for systems' design and support tools.  ...  Nonetheless, because of the consistency between the environmental data and the operator's expectations, one event can be taken to be the cause of the other.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The funding for this study was provided as part of the Dependability Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration (DIRC) 1 which is funded by the EPSRC grant number GR/N13999.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2003.09.001 fatcat:vmxm5ycpsrhcbehdgr5rhvfilq

Aviation English in South African airspace

Salome Coertze, Simone Conradie, Chris R Burger, Kate Huddlestone
2014 Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus  
This study on the analysis of speech between pilots in aircrafts and ATCs could be pertinent to the development of speech systems for unmanned aircraft.  ...  In this study, although all four interfaces inevitably play a role in the model of communication between a pilot and an ATC, the L-L interface is the main focus, and occurrences of mismatches at this interface  ...  Appendix A Example of a flight progress strip used by ATCs The various components of a flight progress strip include information like the aircraft callsign, the type of aircraft, true airspeed, groundspeed  ... 
doi:10.5842/42-0-167 fatcat:f27enoxylbdvrcw6rrqpfu4zba

Evaluation of Mixed-Mode Data-Link Communications for NextGen 4DT and Equivalent Visual Surface Operations

Lawrence (Lance) J. Prinzel, Kevin J. Shelton, Denise R. Jones, Angela S. Allamandola, Jarvis (Trey) J. Arthur, Randall E. Bailey
2010 Air Traffic Control Quarterly  
As presently envisioned, the data-link interface changes the modality of pilot-ATC communications from aural to visual using text read-outs on the Flight Management System (FMS) Control-Display Unit.  ...  issues and challenges that must be overcome to ensure a safe, sustainable air transportation system.  ...  between the data-link interface and FMS  Transaction time variation due to manual and automatic data transfer between the data-link interface and FMS  Risk of interference between simultaneous communications  ... 
doi:10.2514/atcq.18.2.177 fatcat:7oejldiafbfl7b67ng3t5vucyu
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