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Cockpit

HARVIS

Onboard digital assistant
HARVIS

The overall objective of HARVIS project is to identify how cognitive computing algorithms, implemented in a digital assistant, could support the decision making of a single pilot in complex situation.
Two digital assistants were developed for the project:

  • The Non Stabilized Approach assistant is based on the experience of many pilots. It aims to support the pilots for the Go around decision.
  • The Dynamic rerouting assistant helps the pilots to choose a diversion aiport in flight in case of emergency.

Project website

This project has received funding from the Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement No 831884.

HARVIS

PALP

PALP

Help pilots learn and memorize checklists in a virtual cockpit

PALP

AIRTIUS

Tangible Embodied Space for Pilots-Systems Interaction
AIRTIUS

Airtius is a multidisciplinary project, with fundamental and applied components, which aims to meet the industrial needs for technological evolution of pilot-system interfaces in aircraft cockpits while guaranteeing air safety.


Project website

This project has received funding from the French ANR (Agence Nationale de la Recherche and FRAE

AIRTIUS

LEA

LEA
LEA