‘Aviator 2030’ is a project at DLR on ability requirements for operators in future ATM systems. Several workshops have been conducted with pilots and air traffic controllers to learn how today’s aviation professionals see their jobs develop in future. Using separated workshops first, pilots and air traffic controllers were introduced to current developments within the context of Single European Sky SES, a large-scale program comparable to NextGen in the United States. Following the ‘future-workshop’ concept participants developed scenarios of future ATM from their professional background and experience. In a third workshop pilots and controllers met to exchange and discuss their concepts. Together they developed a shared view of future ATM systems, using role-plays and other forms of presentation. They also used the Fleishman Job Analysis Survey F-JAS in a special version to express their view on future ability requirements.
(2009). Aviator 2030 - Ability Requirements in Future ATM Systems. 2009 International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 112-117.