Flight deck automation issues (1999)


Title: Flight deck automation issues (1999)
Author(s): Ken Funk, Beth Lyall, Jennifer Wilson, Rebekah Vint, Mary Niemczyk, Candy Suroteguh, and Griffith Owen
Abstract: Though flight deck automation has been well received by pilots and by the aviation industry, many automation human factors issues have been raised. In this study we surveyed a wide variety of sources, including pilots and other aviation experts, accident reports, incident reports, documentation on other studies of incident reports, and documentation on experiments, surveys and other studies, to identify and compile evidence related to 92 flight deck automation issues. We created a World Wide Web site (http://flightdeck.ie.orst.edu/) to make this information available to the aviation research, development, manufacturing, operational, and regulatory communities.
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