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Evolution of cockPIt operations Levering on cOgnitive compuTing Services

E-PILOTS

Evolution of cockPIt operations Levering on cOgnitive compuTing Services

Call for proposal: 
H2020-CS2-CFP08-2018-01
Link to CORDIS:
Objectives: 

New technologies have allowed pilots to assume more responsibilities reducing the number of some mechanic and repetitive tasks through automation. The flight deck transition to digital computer-based flight management system has shown a reduction of the workload across a variety of tasks. However, there are still several open issues that requires further research and a deeper understanding of pilot cognitive decision-making process to guide next steps on aircraft control task sharing between human pilots and machines.

Present project proposal will analyse the benefits of cognitive computing assistant and the challenges in key areas such as the relationship between pilot with the surrounding traffic and the aircraft state evolution considering the pressure of the operational context factors such as task responsibilities, situational awareness, and the performance objectives of the mission among others. The dynamics of these interdependencies will be analysed by means of ML techniques identifying the different thresholds that activates a cognitive task which will be the baseline to elaborate new symbiosis dynamic structures to improve human-machine information sharing mechanisms.

Human-in-the-mesh modelling paradigm relying on cognitive computing technologies will drive the research and innovation efforts to identify the potential changes in pilot roles and task responsibilities that will improve aircraft system reliability and performance, the pathway to automation in the flight deck to simplify the crew interaction with the systems and make tacit knowledge explicit to be accessible and usable for automated, intelligent systems.

This proposal considers cockpit operations for “man-computer symbiosis” as a metaphor for designing decision support systems that enhance human cognitive performance. Furthermore, it will be explored the Strong Cognitive Symbiosis approach which analyses true interdependence rather than simply cooperation between human and machines

Institution Type:
Institution Name: 
European Commission
Type of funding:
Programme Other: 
JTI-CS2-2018-CFP08-THT-02 Cognitive Computing potential for cockpit operations
Lead Organisation: 

Universitat Autonoma De Barcelona

Address: 
Campus De La Uab Bellaterra
8193 Cerdanyola Barcelona
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€206,250
Partner Organisations: 

Aslogic 2011 Sl

Address: 
AVDA ELECTRICIDAD 1 PLANTA 2 PUERTA 1
08191 RUBI
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€234,000

Cranfield Aerospace Limited

Address: 
Cranfield University Campus Hangar 2
Cranfield
MK43 0AL
United Kingdom
EU Contribution: 
€259,306

Centre De Visio Per Computador

Address: 
DP INFORMATICA UAB BELLATERRA EDIFICI O CERDANYOLA
08193 BELLATERRA (BARCELONA)
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€96,500
Technologies: 
Development phase: