The Lion Air Flight 610 (JT610) investigation is revitalizing discussions on how to safely integrate automation onto aircraft while keeping pilots both in the loop and prepared to take over when systems designed to help them do not work as intended. The link between JT610 and automation was made Nov. 6 when Boeing warned that erroneous sensor data—such as faulty angle-of-attack (AOA) and airspeed readings that investigators say JT610 experienced—can trigger automatic nose-down ...

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