The Aeronautical HMI research team
ENAC invests on applied research in the field of Aeronautical Computer Human interaction to take advantage of its acquired experience, and know-how. Building upon a set of tools, HMIs and simulation capacities, this team will investigate new interaction techniques or theoretical advances, and apply them to the design of tools for aeronautics. The target user populations for these works are Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers, as a minimum. Simulations and human-centered design will be used extensively. A dedicated platform is currently in construction, shared with partner laboratories or industry to explore and prototype new concepts and analyse working methods and their evolution.
The simulation platform
The works and projects presented hereunder are intended to migrate onto the "Aeronautical Computer Human Interaction Lab." platform.
Aeronautical Computer Human Interaction Lab. of the ENAC.
Currently active projects:
ENVISION - A-SMGCS ground surveillance system with low cost sensors
TaCo - TaCo aims to define an automated system able to both support ground and tower controllers’ tasks in airport operations and assess its own ability to deal with non-nominal conditions
STRESS - Human Performance Neurometrics Toolbox For Highly Automated Systems Design
MOTO - Identify the key multimodal stimuli required on Remote Tower platforms to enhance the sense of presence
MOTA - TAXI - Hand routing
Nina - Neuro Indicators for ATM
ACF - Airport Capacity Forecast
P4F - Path for Flight
Other HMIs made and available at the ENAC
- ASTER - An HMI for air traffic control in Extended TMA
- IIPP - An enhanced tool for pseudo-pilots.
- STRIP-TIC - a tangible paper based electronic stripping
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