The U.S. Army is seeking industry input on a cognitive decision aiding system (CDAS) to help crews manage cockpit workload in the latest AH-64E Apache helicopter. The service’s request for information (RFI) comes 15 years after it flight tested the Rotorcraft Pilot’s Associate (RPA) in a Boeing AH-64D Apache. Cognitive decision aiding was part of the RPA’s advanced technology demonstration, an $80 million R&D effort that ran from 1993-99 with Boeing (originally ...

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