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SAFEMODE project at 10th EASN conference 2nd September

31.8.2020

SAFEMODE project will be participating in the 10th EASN virtual conference on September 2nd 14:30-16:30 CEST with 2 presentations. Join the session "Human factors towards increasing automation & autonomy" (Room7) chaired by Simone Pozzi of Deep Blue and learn more about our project and work on human factors, automation, risk informed design and aviaiton safety in general that will be covered during the session. We will be posting furhter details about the presentations and content of the articles to be presented after the event More information on the following link: https://easnconference.eu/2020/home

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SAFEMODE 2nd plenary meeting 4-5 June 2020

9.6.2020

SAFEMODE project held its 2nd plenary meeting during the 4th and 5th June 2020 with over 60 people logging in online to participate. The meeting came after the end of the project's first year earlier at the end of May. During the first day we covered topics about the general progress of the work packages varying from development of Human Factors taxonomy; fact sheets that describe Human Factor methods; good practices in terms of Human factors interventions; development of a SAFEMODE risk model; knowledge base-tools and HURID tools to be developed (http://safemodeproject.eu/hurid). On the 2nd day the meeting focused on the case studies that will be developed. Specifically: CS1: En-route wake vortex encounter (ATM side and cockpit side) (EUROCONTROL) CS2: Drone users app and forward looking scenarion - addressing non-crewed air vehicle emergency with passenger onboard (HungaroControl, Embraer) CS3: Interacting with high level of automation (in cockpit and in multiple remote tower) (NLR - Netherlands Aerospace Centre) CS4: Training and Design related to wake vortex case study (ENAC - Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile) Maritime case studies CS1: Operator Assessment of Remote-control Ships (Wuhan University of Technology) CS2: Implementation of a Human Factors and Risk-based Investigation suite for Maritime End Users (CalMac Ferries Limited) CS3: Simulator-based evaluation of human response in emergencies – the case of ship collision (Istanbul Technical University)

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SAFEMODE Newsletter 1 is now published and available at the products section

1.4.2020

The SAFEMODE consortium would like to annouce that our first newsletter in now published. What does the newsletter contain? - Brief information about the project, objectives and methodology - Summary of Deliverable 2.1 "SHIELD human factors taxonomy for risk analysis" - Summary of Deliverable 4.1 "Risk framework (methodology) for the development of different safety models incorporating Human Factors in both transport modes

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HungaroControl member of the SAFEMODE consortium will be attending the World ATM Congress 2020

4.3.2020

HungaroControl, the Hungarian air navigation service provider and member of the SAFEMODE consortium will be attending the World ATM Congress 2020 in Madrid between 10-12th March. Visit HungaroControl at stand 335 and learn more about SAFEMODE project

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HungaroControl hosts SAFEMODE project workshop regarding WP6 Forward looking Scenarios and Domain Case Studies in Aviation

29.1.2020

During the 22nd and 23rd of January 2020, HungaroControl has hosted the first WP6 workshop. The aims of the workshop were to finalize the list of aviation domain case studies and forward-looking scenarios, present case study owners, and start to elaborate the operational concepts and initial Human Factors impact assessments for the selected case studies.

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