Thales’s recent unveiling of an adaptive training device, able to acquire pilot physiological data and modify the human-machine interface accordingly, is confirming a trend in future cockpit design—neuroscience will help take into account the human brain’s weaknesses and strengths. The first applications may be found in simulators, helicopters and business jets, but such progress is also likely to enter commercial flight decks in the not-so-distant future. “A current ...

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