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Proceedings of the International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Aerospace - HCI-Aero '14
Since the 1950s, the crew required to fly transport category aircraft has been reduced from five to two. NASA is currently exploring the feasibility of a further reduction to one pilot. In this study we examine the effects of separating the pilots on crew interaction. The results are consistent with earlier research on decision-making between remote groups. Pilots strongly prefer face-to-face interactions; however, we could find no impact of separation on their ultimate decisions. There were adoi:10.1145/2669592.2669695 fatcat:2vfs5zzk5jcjres4xyomhdtesy