March 18 - 19, 2020
The first International Conference on Cognitive Aircraft Systems (ICCAS) aims to promote the dissemination and exchange of scientific information on the next generation of civil and military aircraft. This conference will be held in the framework of the CASAC Chair between ISAE-SUPAERO / Dassault and the ISAE-SUPAERO Foundation.
The first International Conference on Cognitive Aircraft Systems (ICCAS) aims to promote the dissemination and exchange of scientific information on the next generation of civil and military aircraft. It provides an excellent forum for combining academic research and industrial works to examine how we can develop intelligent aeronautical systems owning more freedom of choice, sensitivity to the context, learning capabilities, and able to interact naturally with the crew while saving its mental and physical resources.
More information on ISAE-SUPAERO website : https://websites.isae-supaero.fr/iccas-2020/program
All information about the conference on the conference website : https://events.isae-supaero.fr/event/2/overview
About the conference
The main goals relative to “Cognitive Aircraft Systems” are to enhance, augment, and reshape future man-machine interaction in aeronautics, opening the way towards more autonomous, efficient, and intelligent aircraft. “Cognitive Aircraft Systems” will not only boil down to simple execution of actions commanded by the operators, but will also allow deep collaborative work, enabling more efficient decisions and high-performant actions while saving mental and physical resources. These future systems would make use of Artificial Intelligence to provide an augmented knowledge of the context thanks to various means of perception and analysis (pilots’ state, actions, prediction of the pilots’ intentions, tactical situation ...). This would enable systems to learn from a wide range of previous situations in order to better adapt to new ones, and to share relevant information with the crew in order to support decision-making and planning. Ensuring a high level of performance, these Cognitive Aircraft Systems should also provide more natural means of interactions (speech, gesture etc.). Recent trends in this field address several major aspects such as the online monitoring of the flight performances based on behavioral, physiological, and neurological measurements, the design of more ecological man-machine interfaces providing intuitive information about the flight and supporting decision process, and the creation of architecture rules that guarantees a high level of flight safety.
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