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Title: Human computer interactions in next-generation of aircraft smart navigation management systems: Task analysis and architecture under an agent-oriented methodological approach
Authors: Canino-Rodríguez, José M. 
García-Herrero, Jesús
Besada-Portas, Juan
Ravelo-García, Antonio G. 
Travieso-González, Carlos 
Alonso-Hernández, Jesús B. 
UNESCO Clasification: 3307 Tecnología electrónica
Keywords: Trajectory-Based Operations
Air-Traffic-Control
Conflict-Resolution
Performance
Automation
Complexity
Avionics
Sensor
Aircraft Navigation Procedures
Navigation Management System
Hci
Air Traffic System
Smart Environment
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: 1424-8220
Journal: Sensors 
Abstract: The limited efficiency of current air traffic systems will require a next-generation of Smart Air Traffic System (SATS) that relies on current technological advances. This challenge means a transition toward a new navigation and air-traffic procedures paradigm, where pilots and air traffic controllers perform and coordinate their activities according to new roles and technological supports. The design of new Human-Computer Interactions (HCI) for performing these activities is a key element of SATS. However efforts for developing such tools need to be inspired on a parallel characterization of hypothetical air traffic scenarios compatible with current ones. This paper is focused on airborne HCI into SATS where cockpit inputs came from aircraft navigation systems, surrounding traffic situation, controllers' indications, etc. So the HCI is intended to enhance situation awareness and decision-making through pilot cockpit. This work approach considers SATS as a system distributed on a large-scale with uncertainty in a dynamic environment. Therefore, a multi-agent systems based approach is well suited for modeling such an environment. We demonstrate that current methodologies for designing multi-agent systems are a useful tool to characterize HCI. We specifically illustrate how the selected methodological approach provides enough guidelines to obtain a cockpit HCI design that complies with future SATS specifications
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/43963
ISSN: 1424-8220
DOI: 10.3390/s150305228
Source: Sensors (Switzerland)[ISSN 1424-8220],v. 15, p. 5528-5550
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