The Office for Science & Technology is proud to relay the information on HCI-Aero 2014 where Europe and France will be well represented by Pr Guy Boy, Chairman of the Program Committee and many members of this program.
The purpose of HCI-Aero 2014 is to highlight research and advancements in automation integration and function allocation in airspace operations. Integrating innovative aerospace technologies enables new ways of allocating functions between humans and automation in flight and ground operations.
HCI-Aero 2014 will take place in the heart of the Silicon Valley, the birthplace – and last resting place – of many innovative ideas. In this setting, the conference intends to inspire researchers and practitioners to engage in a dialogue on how functions, roles and responsibilities of air traffic personnel, flight operators, flight crews, airborne and ground-based technologies can be reshaped to meet the near and mid-term goals set out by NextGen and SESAR and to transform the air transportation system beyond the mid-term.
HCI-Aero 2014 will continue the discussion of transitioning science to reality which was the theme of HCI-Aero 2012 in Brussels. It will also invite papers on visionary and transformational ideas and “out-of –the-box” thinking that can move air, space and ground operations in new directions. HCI-Aero 2014 will bring together manufacturers, operators, government, research establishments and academia to focus on improving the efficiency of the airspace system without jeopardizing safety.
More info and registration, here.