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Celebrating International Girls in Aviation Day

Today marks the fifth International Girls in Aviation Day. Organized by Women in Aviation International, the day aims to encourage girls aged 8-17 to consider a career in aviation. Open Flight Deck provides extensive training and skill development opportunities and...

“Future Technology on the Flight Deck” Paper Published

A joint endeavour between the University of Southampton and GE Aviation, “Future technology on the flight deck: assessing the use of touchscreens in vibration environments” has been published in the academic journal, Ergonomics, and is available online. Please...

Southampton present at Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference

Open Flight Deck's Professor Neville Stanton, from the University of Southampton, attended the 10th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics in Washington, D.C at the end of July 2019. During the Conference, Professor Stanton presented work...
GE team helping to shape aerospace standards

GE team helping to shape aerospace standards

In early February, SAE International published a new Aerospace Recommended Practice specification - ARP60494 Touch Interactive Display Systems: Human Factors Considerations, System Design and Performance Guidelines.   The specification was formed by committee and...

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