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SYMBIO wins a second European Project

Friday, January 25, 2013

The A-PiMod (FP7 Transport) project has just been selected by the European Commission. The project has been submitted in mid-November 2012 with several international partners: OFFIS (DE), Honeywell (CZ), DLR (DE), NLR (NL), Trinity College Dublin (EI), Brno University of Technology (CZ) and Kite Solutions (IT).


The A-PiMod project aims at investigating and developing new concepts for adaptive automation in modern cockpits. Multi-modal technologies (e.g., speech & gesture recognition; tactile inputs,...) will be used to support interaction between the crew and the aircraft. Adaptiveness will be provided through dynamic task (re)distribution between the crew and automation, as well as through adaptive user interfaces. Cues for adaptation will be based on crew state inference, task recognition and dynamic on-board cognitive models.


Symbio will brings its expertise on system and cognitive modelling and cooperative system design to the project. We will be in charge of or involved in:

  • New concepts for safe operation under higher automation
  • Real-Time Pilot Models for Crew-Automation Cooperation
  • Pilot/crew State Inference
  • Dynamic adaptation of Crew-Automation Task Distribution
  • Definition of Multi-Modal Cockpit

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