Reducing the probability of pilot errors
Aviation is one of the safest modes of transportation despite the fact it is a safety critical industry. Since pilot error is a major cause of plane crashes, it is important to relay accurate information fast. The EU-funded REPS project will validate a Pilot State Monitoring system in the cockpit that is able to provide crucial feedback on the pilot’s state to yield faster decision-making. The aim is to reduce the probability of pilot errors and enhance fatigue risk management. For this validation campaign the PSM will be installed in real aircraft to test their behaviour on daily operational flights. By collecting operational data and experience during nominal operations for both short and long-haul flights, the project will support the development of an associated concept of operations.
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Funding SchemeCS2-IA - Innovation action