A Multi-Perspective View on Human-Automation Interactions in Aviation

Abstract : Control mechanisms for the evolving potential of autonomous systems are not yet sufficiently established. However, there is a need for control to be allocated throughout organisational and institutional levels of society in order to manage increasing complexities. This study, which applies to the domain of Air Traffic Management (ATM), aims s to gauge stakeholders’ attitudes at an organisational level in order to lay the foundations for an easier identification of the challenges and paths to improvements in this industry. Using Grounded Theory (GT), the study maps and interprets workshop data and questionnaires gathered to elicit professionals’ views on automation in the aviation industry. The themes identified, which resonate with all those reviewed in the literature, will form the basis for the construction of a checklist and survey of automation issues expressed at an organisational level of control.
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José Abdelnour Nocera; Barbara Rita Barricelli; Arminda Lopes; Pedro Campos; Torkil Clemmensen. 4th IFIP 13.6 Working Conference on Human Work Interaction Design (HWID), Jun 2015, London, United Kingdom. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, AICT-468, pp.168-179, 2015, Human Work Interaction Design. Work Analysis and Interaction Design Methods for Pervasive and Smart Workplaces. 〈10.1007/978-3-319-27048-7_12〉
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Monica Quercioli, Paola Amaldi. A Multi-Perspective View on Human-Automation Interactions in Aviation. José Abdelnour Nocera; Barbara Rita Barricelli; Arminda Lopes; Pedro Campos; Torkil Clemmensen. 4th IFIP 13.6 Working Conference on Human Work Interaction Design (HWID), Jun 2015, London, United Kingdom. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, AICT-468, pp.168-179, 2015, Human Work Interaction Design. Work Analysis and Interaction Design Methods for Pervasive and Smart Workplaces. 〈10.1007/978-3-319-27048-7_12〉. 〈hal-01371796〉

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