The following are some important factors when selecting, certifying, and training Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) operators for commercial operatio
Category: UAS Human Factors
With UAS implementation and its fast expanding market growth also come the risk and hazards associated with its operation in the national airspace.
Automation can be defined as a way for a system to sense, detect, and process information using decision or control actions that could be performed by a human, but are performed by a machine within the system.
Over-The-Counter (OTC) Medications Operating an unmanned aircraft requires the remote pilot in command (PIC) to be in good shape physically and mentally before each flight operation. There are several factors to consider before taking...
According to the FAA, approximately 80% of aviation accidents are related to human factors and the vast majority of these incidents happen during two major flight phases: take-off and landing
Urban Air Mobility (UAM) is the use of small, highly automated aircraft to carry passengers or cargo at lower altitudes in urban and suburban areas which have been developed in response to traffic congestion.
This week, I had the opportunity to work with the ERAU Hub software, a virtual laboratory software
Human Factors are actually crucial for systems where the human is not part of the direct loop, such as the case of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS).