Controlling Pilot Error / Edition 1

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Overview

AUTOMATION

Master the interface between human and machine intelligence in aviation.

*Develop and trust your own pilot judgment as first alert
*Avoid overreliance and underreliance on automatic equipment
*Enhance your intuitive ability to call overrides
*Keep underlying skills sharp while using automation
*Develop keener skills for detecting malfunctions and unmasking critical data in automation
*Develop the "magical" quality of judgment

FAST & FOCUSED RX FOR PILOT ERROR

The most effective aviation safety tools available, CONTROLLING PILOT ERROR guides offer you expert protection against the causes of up to 80% of aviation accidents--pilot mistakes. Each title provides:

*Related case studies
*Valuable "save-yourself" techniques
*Clear and concise analysis of error sets

BEST FOR PILOTS

BUILD YOUR KNOWLEDGE BASE

INCREASE YOUR CONFIDENCE

SHARPEN YOUR SKILLS

LEARN LIFESAVING TIPS

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071373203
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 5/29/2001
  • Series: Controlling Pilot Error Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 0.79 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 8.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Vladimir Risukhin is Russia's leading authority on human factors and automation in aviation. His specialties inlcude, but are not limited to, training pilots to transition from the larger aircrews of traditional aircraft to the two-person cockpits of Western planes such as the B767, the B777, and the Airbus. He has 25 years of experience in aviation instruction around the world, and has conducted dozens of automation aircraft crew training and crew resource management (CRM) courses with a focus on automation integration.
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Table of Contents

Series Introduction
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Pt. 1 Acquaintance with Aircraft Automation
1 New Flight Operation Aspects Brought by Automation 3
2 Automated Aircraft Design 35
Pt. 2 Automated Aircraft Crew Working Environment
3 Modern Flight Deck 67
4 Flight Path Parameter Electronic Indication 99
5 Electronic Crew Warning Systems 131
Pt. 3 Automated Aircraft in Flight
6 Flight Path Control 159
7 Automated Air Navigation 185
Pt. 4 Operating Aspects of Aircraft Automation
8 Human Role in Automated Aircraft Flight 225
9 Securing Crew-Aircraft Automated System Efficiency 259
Bibliography 301
Index 309
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