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WP2 – WS Amsterdam


How to collect good HF data and make them tractable? SAFEMODE partners gathered in Amsterdam @NLR to discuss data sources and requirements for the SAFEMODE database, SHIELD. The session was kicked off by an inspiring talk by Barry Kirwan, reflecting on the current Babel tower state of the art. The second day saw some of the SAFEMODE partners - designers and operators – presenting their requirements for SHIELD: what to collect and how to make it easy to access?


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@SAFEMODE KOM - Frédéric Rooseleer from EUROCONTROL presenting the wake encounter case study


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@SAFEMODE KOM- Andrea Lommi from CETENA speaking of future scenarios for SAFEMODE maritime case studies


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@SAFEMODE KOM - Eszter Furedi and Fanni Kling from HungaroControl presenting the SAFEMODE Aviation Case Studies


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Today we are in Eurocontrol headquarters in Brussels (Belgium) to kick-off #SAFEMODE, a H2020 project on making Human Factors data and information usable for system and operations designers, safety managers, and regulators. The main challenge of SAFEMODE will be decoding the Human Factors iceberg. While the tip represents what is visible (the human involvement in accidents/incidents), the underlying layers are where most of the effective safety learning and impact can be generated. Thanks to our 35 partners for the effort they are putting into this ambitious project. The fun part starts now! Image credits: Barry Kirwan for the concept and Chiara Muccitelli for the graphics.