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Eye Movements Data Processing for Ab Initio Military Pilot Training

Abstract : French ab initio military pilots are trained to operate a new generation of aircraft equipped with glass cockpit avionics (Rafale, A400 M). However gaze scanning teachings can still be improved and remain a topic of great interest. Eye tracking devices can record trainee gaze patterns in order to compare them with correct ones. This paper presents experimentation conducted in a controlled simulation environment where trainee behaviors were analyzed with notifications given in real-time. In line with other research in civil aviation, this experimentation shows that student-pilots spend too much time looking at inboard instruments (inside the cockpit). In addition, preliminary results show that different notifications bring modifications of the visual gaze pattern. Finally we discuss future strategies to support a more efficient pilot training thanks to real-time gaze recording and its analysis.
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Emilien Dubois, Colin Blatter, Cyril Camachon, Christophe Hurter. Eye Movements Data Processing for Ab Initio Military Pilot Training. Intelligent Decision Technologies Proceedings of the 7th KES International Conference on Intelligent Decision Technologies (KES-IDT 2015), 39, Springer, pp 125-135, 2015, Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, 978-3-319-19856-9. ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-19857-6_12⟩. ⟨hal-01166484⟩

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