SafeTeam progresses on the human factors aspects on the use of digital assistants to aviation, including a deeper understanding on the technology and processes that will facilitate the adoption of AI tools and integration into operations, enhancing human cognitive abilities and potentially automation. The project will also look into approval and certification issues, concretely on aspects related to the human ability to operate sophisticated AI tools and explainability of AI operations.
User Workshop Unstable Approach Predicition
Today we are on the brink of a groundbreaking evolution in aviation—one that embraces AI and digitalization. Big data and cloud computing have paved the way for the processing of massive historical datasets which can now train AI algorithms to support operational personnel by identifying critical safety and performance scenarios and by providing necessary assistance to act.
We have put together a group of experts, as part of the SafeTeam project, working to ensure that digital assistants can become a reality in aircraft cockpits by focusing on the human factors aspects of integrating digital assistants based on complex data models. In this particular use case, we work on a digital assistant predicting an approach to be unstable at or after the stabilization gate. The first step we want to take is to collect feedback from operational personnel on their view about the usefulness of this kind of digital assistant.
May 15th 2023, 10:00am to max. 4:00pm – IAS Building, 4th floor, Campus Garching, Lichtenbergstraße 2a, 85748 Garching
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This project has been funded by the European Union under Grant Agreement 101069877.