SUAS 204 - sUAS Personnel
Number of Credits: 3
Explore decision-making bias, stress, and methods for safely identifying and mitigating risk while making time-critical decisions. Identify limits and skills used by professional remote pilots to trap and mitigate mistakes. Analyze techniques that detect and stop errors during day-to-day remote pilot tasks (Fall Term Only) Three hours lecture each week. Three Credits. Three billable hours.
Pre-requisite(s): SUAS 104 with a minimum grade of C or better.
Decision-making bias, stress, and methods for risk identification and mitigation during time-critical decisions.
Limits and skills identification to mitigate mistakes.
Techniques to detect and stop errors during day-to-day tasks.
Course Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Explore human factors considerations in the operation of unmanned aircraft. (PG2,PG5)
- Relate crew resource management principles to unmanned operations. (PG2, PG5)
- Design “ab initio” human-machine interface for unmanned aircraft system. (PG2, PG3, PG5)
- Evaluate decision making models and the way they relate to unmanned operations. (PG2, PG5)
- Practice attitudes and behaviors appropriate for aviation safety. (PG2, PG5)
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