EASA Automation Policy: Training and Operations Perspectives

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5 Νοε 2013 (πριν από 4 χρόνια και 5 μέρες)

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Day
2



Wednesday 30
th

October

Session
6


EATS Pilot: Human Performance & Training Issues



ABSTRACT


Dr. Michel Masson, Safety Action Coordinator, Safety Analysis & Research
Department, EASA

EASA Automation Policy: Training and Operations
Perspectives


The EASA Automation Policy was developed by the Internal Group on Personnel
Training (IGPT), a transversal team of training experts created following the EASA
International Conference on Pilot Training of November 2009 and International
Conference Staying in Control Loss of Control Prevention and Recovery of October
2011.


Published as deliverable of the European Aviation Safety Plan (EASp), the EASA
Automation Policy addresses flight deck automation of complex aircraft and focuses
on con
trol automation.


This presentation summarises the results of the survey published from 30 April to 23
July 2012, which has contributed, among other sources, to the development of an
action plan addressing Loss of Control accidents. The main action paths
consist of
enhancing automation management, flight path management and basic piloting skills
through improved training, and to better formalise the transfer of the airworthiness
assumptions regarding pilot competences needed to safely fly the aircraft to t
he
training and operations, in particular through the Operational Suitability Data (OSD)
mechanism.