Research On Brain Activity To Help Cockpit Design

Inflight encephalography measures the workload in a pilot brain’s and displays active areas.
Credit: ISAE-Supaero/Intheon
Flight crews are not always on the same wavelength, but advances in artificial intelligence (AI) may help solve that gap and also improve human-machine interaction. The phrase “being on the same wavelength” traces its roots to radio communications. It is even more meaningful than it seems. The...

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