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Mitigating Hazards to Rotary Wing Flight in Degraded Visual Environments

STO-EN-HFM-265

Rotary-wing operations in Degraded Visual Environments (DVEs), such as dust, sand, and snow, often result in aircraft mishaps accounting for losses in lives and resources. The HFM-265 Lecture Series provided current information on physiological and perceptual limitations, cueing display countermeasures, sensor-based technologies, and risk management strategies and training. Participants received increased knowledge of current and developing strategies and technologies to mitigate the DVE hazard. The papers and presentations presented at the lectures covered the following topics: • NATO Nation mishap data on rotary wing DVE-related accidents. • Physiological and perceptual limitations. • State-of-the-art in sensors. • Results of latest flight symbology testing. • Advances in cueing optimisation. • Training strategies for SD mitigation.

Published6/13/2017
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STOPublicationTypeEducational Notes RDP
Publication_ReferenceSTO-EN-HFM-265
DOI10.14339/STO-EN-HFM-265
ISBNISBN 978-92-837-2118-5
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$$EN-HFM-265-COVER.pdf$$EN-HFM-265-COVERCover Pages11/13/2017Open Access
$EN-HFM-265-ES.pdf$EN-HFM-265-ESExecutive Summary and Synthèse9/21/2017Open Access
$EN-HFM-265-PC.pdf$EN-HFM-265-PCProgramme Committee11/13/2017Open Access
EN-HFM-265-01.pdfEN-HFM-265-01Rotary Wing (RW) Mishaps in DVE- Latest Statistics6/13/2017Open Access
EN-HFM-265-01P.pdfEN-HFM-265-01PRW Mishaps in DVE- Latest Statistics [Presentation]6/13/2017Open Access
EN-HFM-265-02.pdfEN-HFM-265-02How DVE Predisposes Rotary Wing Pilots to SD and Specific Countermeasures for Critical Phases of Flight6/13/2017Open Access
EN-HFM-265-02P.pdfEN-HFM-265-02PHow DVE Predisposes Rotary Wing Pilots to SD & Specific Countermeasures for Critical Phases of Flight [Presentation]6/13/2017Open Access
EN-HFM-265-03.pdfEN-HFM-265-03Spatial Disorientation Mitigation Through Training6/13/2017Open Access
EN-HFM-265-03A.pdfEN-HFM-265-03ATraining as a Countermeasure for Spatial Disorientation (SD) Mishaps: Have Opportunities for Improvement Been Missed?9/8/2017Open Access
EN-HFM-265-04.pdfEN-HFM-265-04Sensor-Based Technology for Rotary Wing Aircraft in Low Visibility Environments6/13/2017Open Access
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EN-HFM-265-05.pdfEN-HFM-265-05Rotary Wing DVE Solution Proof of Concept Live Demonstration6/13/2017Open Access
EN-HFM-265-05P.pdfEN-HFM-265-05PRotary Wing DVE Solution Proof Of Concept Live Demonstration [Presentation]6/13/2017Open Access
EN-HFM-265-06.pdfEN-HFM-265-06Cueing Research by the US Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory6/13/2017Open Access
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EN-HFM-265-07.pdfEN-HFM-265-07Degraded Visual Environment Mitigation (DVE-M) Program, Yuma 2016 Flight Trials6/13/2017Open Access
EN-HFM-265-07P.pdfEN-HFM-265-07PDegraded Visual Environment Mitigation (DVE-M) Program, Yuma 2016 Flight Trial [Presentation]6/13/2017Open Access

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