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ERASMUS: a new path for 4d trajectory-based enablers to reduce the traffic complexity

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5 Author(s)
Gawinowski, G. ; EUROCONTROL Exp. Centre, Bretigny ; Garcia, J.-L. ; Guerreau, R. ; Weber, R.
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The European Commission funded ERASMUS is a 30 months project to look at ways to effectively integrate advanced automation concepts consistent with controllers' human factors issues. This paper outlines an innovative concept of operations that combines a human factors approach, automation technologies and their relationship to overall system safety and efficiency. ERASMUS aims at investigating three applications with varying levels of automation: subliminal control, ATC auto pilot and enhanced MTCD. Only the subliminal application is presented in this paper.

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Digital Avionics Systems Conference, 2007. DASC '07. IEEE/AIAA 26th

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21-25 Oct. 2007