Methodology of Pilot Performance Measurements

Peter Kalavsky, Robert Rozenberg, Luboš Socha, Vladimír Socha, Jindrich Gazda, Monika Kimlickova

Abstract


The article is devoted to the development of the methodology of measuring pilot performance under real flight conditions. It provides the basic information on a research project realized to obtain new information regarding training and education of pilots. The introduction is focused on the analytical part of the project and the outputs in terms of the current state of the art. Detailed view is cast on the issue of measuring pilot performance under specific conditions of the cockpit or the flight simulator. The article is zooming in on the two selected and developed methods of pilot performance in terms of the defined indicators evaluated, conditions of compliance for conducting research and procedures of the methodology of pilot performance measurements.


Keywords


Level of pilot workload; Measuring; Methodology; Pilot’s performance; Precision of piloting

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