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I/ITSEC 2018: Autonomy inbuilt into HuMans training

28th November 2018 - 20:30 GMT | by Richard Thomas in Orlando

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A program to aid flight instructors and trainee pilots better analyse missions flown in simulators was revealed by Thales at I/ITSEC in Orlando, Florida this week, one of a series of new systems that the company was keen to demonstrate to visitors.

Dubbed HuMans, the system constantly monitors the trainee through a number of ‘non-invasive’ methods, observing how much time they are spending looking at particular instruments, inside or outside the cockpit and logging it for future analysis by the instructor.

The program also creates automatic notifications when a trainee spends too long looking in one particular direction – deemed

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