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Kurzfassung This document is the Deliverable D1. This document details the goals of the ACROSS project and collects the state of the art in technology, procedures and regulations, as well as human aspects related to workload for basic operations two pilots in the cockpitreduced crew operations single-pilot situation for long haul flights and incapacitated crew situations.
Reduced crew and incapacitated crew are defined based on literature and state of the art research results. Workload, stress, situation awareness, automation, human error, and other relevant constructs, are described.
Chapter 3 describes human, organizational and operational aspects of monitoring technology. This section focuses on risk in aviation and potential challenges with respect to detecting stress fatigue and incapacitation with respect to ergonomic factors.
In Chapter 4, causes for high workload are identified in normal conditions as well as in reduced crew situations. Contributions of technology to high workload are pointed out and collected.
Chapter 5 then collects the state of the art in technology that is used for the abolishment and reduction of workload at the time of the start of the ACROSS project. The incapacitated crew perspective is inherently different from reduced and nominal crew.
King Air B100 flight - real time cockpit view with ATC!
In an incapacitated crew situation, there will not be any workload on the human and therefore, the incapacitated crew part is structurally separated from the rest and presented in Chapter 6. Chapter 7 identifies areas for improvement that can be envisioned with respect to the state-of-the art in workload reduction.
Chapter 8 provides an overview of the relevant rules and regulations thales single pilot cockpit to workload, reduced crew mag je flirten incapacitated situation.