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MAMMI Phase 3 - Exploring collaborative workspaces for air traffic controllers in the scope of SESAR

Abstract : The MAMMI (Multi Actors Man Machine Interfaces) project explores new ways for the Air Traffic Controllers (ATCOs) to take advantage of collaborative environments to support their activity. It relies on the following principles: 1. Several ATCOs interacting collaboratively to control wide airspaces 2. Real-time tasks sharing and workload repartition 3. Lesser specialization of the ATCOs The current phase of the MAMMI project focuses on the exploration of the possible collaborative activities in the scope of SESAR. As the operational practices and ATC concepts in SESAR are still evolving a lot, this work is based on assumptions presented below and does not provide experimental validation yet. This paper presents the core issues regarding collaboration that have been identified in SESAR, based on previous work in MAMMI. It then exposes a series of concrete ATC scenarios in the SESAR context showing the stakes and possible directions in defining collaborative practices for future ATCOs. Finally, this paper presents possible solutions to provide collaborative workspaces supporting the different activities of the ATCOs, as exposed in the ATC scenarios.
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Stéphane Valès, Carole Dupré, Hélène Gaspard-Boulinc, Stéphane Conversy, Claire Ollagnon, et al.. MAMMI Phase 3 - Exploring collaborative workspaces for air traffic controllers in the scope of SESAR. INO 2008, 7th Eurocontrol Innovative Research Workshop & Exhibition, Dec 2008, Paris, France. pp 15-24. ⟨hal-01022265⟩



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