Projecting Human Systems Requirements for New Aeronautical Systems

Paper #:
  • 940025

Published:
  • 1994-03-01
Citation:
Gould, R., Boyle, E., Sorensen, H., and Dahn, D., "Projecting Human Systems Requirements for New Aeronautical Systems," SAE Technical Paper 940025, 1994, https://doi.org/10.4271/940025.
Pages:
9
Abstract:
Technological advancements in aeronautical systems have not been matched by improvements in the way human system requirements (HSR) are taken into account during the development process. As a result, HSR accounts for increasing proportions of the life cycle costs of aeronautical systems -- 40 to 66 percent in the case of the US Air Force. Effective HSR analysis tools do not exist but this paper presents two emerging technologies which are focused on giving aeronautical system planners, designers, and developers the ability to integrate HSR tradeoffs into the development process and decrease the cost of ownership while maintaining system performance requirements.
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