2001-01-2640 Analysis of Flight Operational Quality Assurance Data Using Model-Based Activity Tracking

@inproceedings{Callantine20012001012640AO,
  title={2001-01-2640 Analysis of Flight Operational Quality Assurance Data Using Model-Based Activity Tracking},
  author={Todd J. Callantine},
  year={2001}
}
Future technologies will enable carriers to collect additional flight data for Flight Operational Quality Assurance. This paper describes how analysis of these data using model-based activity tracking can automatically assess the causes of detected deviations to support safety-enhancement efforts. The paper describes the activity tracking methodology implemented in the Crew Activity Tracking System (CATS) using an example drawn from previous research in which CATS analyzed full-mission… CONTINUE READING

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