Catrin Hasse

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In prior research on the future of aviation it was established that operators will have to work with highly automated systems. Increasing automation will require operators monitoring appropriately (OMA). OMA are expected to demonstrate the use of distinctly different monitoring phases (orientation, anticipation, detection, and recheck). Within these phases,(More)
UNLABELLED Increasing automation necessitates operators monitoring appropriately (OMA) and raises the question of how to identify them in future selections. A normative model was developed providing criteria for the identification of OMA. According to this model, the monitoring process comprises distinct monitoring phases (orientation, anticipation,(More)
The research project Aviator 2030 at the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) focuses on finding an optimal fit between technical innovations and human operators in future aviation. Due to the increase in automation, accurate and efficient monitoring poses a great challenge to future operators in aviation. As the DLR`s Department of Aviation and Space Psychology(More)
In order to detect automation failures in time, operators are required to monitor automated systems efficiently. The present study analyzed eye movements to predict whether or not subjects would detect an automation failure. Eye movements were recorded whilst subjects were monitoring an automated system where automation failures sometimes occur. The data(More)
The increasing complexity of automated systems requires teams of operators monitoring those systems appropriately. The present study examines the effect of teamwork on monitoring performance and monitoring behaviour. Participants' eye movements were recorded whilst they monitored an automatic process both alone and in a team. The data imply that teamwork(More)
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