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Human factors issues associated with the use of speech technology in the cockpit
Z. A. Kersteen
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif
Written in English
|Statement||Z.A. Kersteen, D. Damos.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 166548., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-166548.|
|Contributions||Damos, D., Ames Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
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Abstract and Figures The human factors issues associated with the use of voice technology in the cockpit are summarized. The formulation of the LHX avionics suite is. The human factors issues associated with the use of voice technology in the cockpit are summarized.
The formulation of the LHX avionics suite is described and the allocation of tasks to voice in the cockpit is discussed. State-of-the-art speech recognition technology is reviewed.
Human factors issues associated with the use of speech technology in the cockpit. Moffett Field, California: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center, December (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
This report reviews the human factors issues associated with the use of voice technology in the cockpit and areas for future research are summarized. The current formuldtion of the LHX avionics suite is described and the allocation of tasks to voice in the cockpit is discussed.
State-of-the-art speech recognition technology is reviewed. This book deals with two important technologies in human-computer interaction: computer generation of synthetic speech and computer recognition of human speech.
It addresses the problems in generating speech with varying precision of articulation and how to convey moods and attitudes. Human Factors in Aviation is the first comprehensive review of contemporary applications of human factors research to aviation.
A "must" for aviation professionals, equipment and systems designers, pilots, and managers--with emphasis on definition and solution of specific problems. Human factors involves gathering information about human abilities, limitations, and other characteristics and applying it to tools, machines, systems, tasks, jobs, and environments to produce safe, comfortable, and effective human use.
In aviation, human factors is dedicated to better understanding how humans can most safely and efficiently be. Human Factors and Automation Fold Unfold. Table of Contents. The Role of Automation and the Pilot "autothrottles" and all the other other automated systems in the cockpit.
Let's look at and compare their roles first. With the advanced technology nowadays, it is possible to completely automate the airplane and to have a pilotless.
Cockpit recordings indicate that a lack of familiarity with the GPS units’ functions, distraction and over-reliance were some of the error-producing influences on the pilots. These potential threats to performance from technology make clear the importance of understanding your strengths and shortcomings, and of the technology you are using.
There are many characteristics and features associated with the technology of auditory displays such as intensity, frequency, attention-getting ability, psychological salience, and noise penetration ability. They should be chosen with regard to background noise environment and the role they are required to fulfill.
Research on auditory warnings and displays has yet to filter into current. The cockpit was of the first workplaces to benefit from human factors research. Katherine Plant describes the evolution of the cockpit and the human factors implication of the new technology it contains.
One of the first formal human factors studies was carried out by Fitts and Jones in to analyse pilot experiences with display readings. ABSTRACT This report reviews the human factors issues associated with the use of voice technology in the cockpit and areas for future research are summarized.
The current formulation of the LHX avionics suite is described and the allocation of tasks to voice in the cockpit is discussed. This chapter aims: (1) to trace the technological evolution of the aircraft cockpit and of the flying task; (2) to describe issues inherent in the naturalistic side of the hybrid ecology, the need for correspondence, or accuracy in perception and judgment, in dealing with external environmental factors such as ambiguity and probabilism of cues.
Human factors issues, specifically human errors, contribute to more aircraft incidents and accidents than any other single factor. Human errors include errors by the flight crew, maintenance personnel, air traffic controllers, and others who have a direct impact on flight safety.
What lies behind. The meaning of the terms “human factors” and “ergonomics” The terms human factors and ergonomics (as it is sometimes called) are used to describe interactions between three interrelated aspects: individuals at work, the task at hand and the workplace itself.
Human factors is an established science that usesFile Size: KB. expansion of human factors research in the ﬁ eld. Whereas the ori-gin and early years of study had predominantly been in cockpit and cabin technology design, the industry was beginning to address other important topics like cockpit organization, crew interaction, 1 Human Factors in Aviation: An Overview Eduardo Salas University of Central File Size: 1MB.
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Two factors that affect the determination of the masked threshold are the spectrum and duration of the interfering sound. More masking occurs when the signal and the interference are close in frequency, especially when the frequency of the interference is below that of the signal.
The decisions become more critical in considering those functions where human and machine performance differences are subtle. These latter circumstances present the greatest challenge to the human factors professionals and system designers because of the potential human factors consequences (Adams, ).Cited by: 5.
On-going research and analysis has identified these and other human factors issues related to pilots’ use of ADS-B and to Cockpit Displays of Traffic Information (CDTIs) that must be addressed to ensure effective NextGen system operation.
The objectives of this research program are to: 1. The use of the term "human factors" in aviation maintenance engineering is new. Aircraft accidents such as that of the Aloha aircraft in the USA in 1 and the BAC windscreen accident in the UK in June focused attention on human does not mean that human factors issues were not present before these dates or that human.
Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, 78(1), 20– Harris, D. (). Human performance on the flight deck. Aldershot: Ashgate. Harris, D. & Li, W-C. (). An extension of the human factors analysis and classification system (HFACS) for use in open systems.
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science, 12(2), – Review of human factors principles used in alert design. Alerting systems are implemented as safety mechanisms in a wide variety of industries.
19–24 The basic principles guiding the successful use of alerting systems are consistent across domains. These principles emerge from the discipline of human factors engineering, which applies knowledge about human capabilities and .