Procedia Computer Science
Complex Adaptive Systems, 2015; San Jose; United States; 2 November 2015 through 4 November 201
System errors, both mechanical and human in nature, can have a grave effect on aircrew judgement in flight. The effects of these errors can be massively compounded during emergency situations. Crew Resource Management (CRM) is an important process aircrews can utilize to minimize risks and enhance assessments. The employment of this technique can be validated by aviation mishaps over the last three decades and how system errors increased the probability of the incident occurring. Suggestions can be made to further prevent similar accidents from occurring in the future utilizing historical aeronautical records. This paper outlines an approach by which systems errors can be recognized and prevented using CRM. It is the hope of the authors that employing such an approach will drastically decrease the incidence rate and severity of aviation mishaps due to systems errors. 2015 The Authors.
Original Publication Citation
Adkins, J. Y., Adams, K. M., & Hester, P. T. (2015). How system errors affect aircrew resource management (CRM). Procedia Computer Science, 61, 281-286. doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.09.216
Adkins, Justin Y.; Adams, Kevin MacG.; and Hester, Patrick T., "How System Errors Affect Aircrew Resource Management (CRM)" (2015). Engineering Management & Systems Engineering Faculty Publications. 11.