The technological resources used in aviation are widely used in the occurrence investigations process. However, they present technical-operational limitations, mainly regarding the reliable reproduction of the information that the flight crew really has. The implantation proposal of the Airborne Image Recording System (AIRs) arises to overcome these technical limitations presented by other technologies. Thus, this study aimed to verify if the implantation of AIRs in the cockpit could affect the pilot’s perception, behavior and performance during flight. Preliminary results with ten volunteer pilots performing in a flight simulator in Brazil pointed to a series of behavioral and performance changes when the cockpit environment was being filmed. On-site observations allowed us to identify behaviors such as delay in response time, improvisation of procedures, lack of perception of stimuli, errors of judgment and communication failure.
da Silva Rangel, T. L.,
& da Costa, M. F.
(2021). The Impacts on the Flight Crew with the Implementation of the Airborne Image Recorder System (AIRs) In the Cockpit. 79th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 290-292.