Visual INTeraction and Human Effectiveness in the Cockpit. VINTHEC II. Technical Report: VINTHEC II-WP1-TR 01: 1. Technical Report: State of the Art

S. Dekker, M Jacobsson, K. Olsson, J.J.M. Roessing, A. Leggatt, C. Neary, J. Andersson, P. Berggren, P. Eisele, E. Svensson, Hans H. K. Sønderstrup-Andersen, B. Eden

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The present report, VINTHEC II workpackage 1, describes the state of the art and future potential of shared situational awareness, crew resource management, and modelling. Shared situational awareness (SSA) mainly concerns how well the members of a team can calibrate and understand each other’s actions as they work toward a common operational goal. These abilities are
believed to be teachable, to some extent, by crew resource management. All major airlines provide their crews with this training, in the belief that it benefits behaviour and performance in the cockpit.
This report first explains different approaches and techniques with respect to SSA. Then it looks at the current and future state of CRM courses, and how these are used and evaluated. Next, different techniques that can identify and trace specific crew behaviour will be discussed for their potential relevance to SSA and CRM.
The report concludes with a description of the need for modelling. Different techniques that would be able to either predict or explain pilot behaviour, will be presented.
Antal sider70
Rekvirerende organisationEU
StatusUdgivet - 2003
Udgivet eksterntJa

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