this thread is very funny it looks that majority of people here are no able to solve this “problem” by the basic human skill - communication.
it looks that discussing it on web forum by keyboard is much simpler for them. but everyone knows exactly everything about their rights, both sides...
Autopilot computer also controls acceleration and braking. Would you take issue with non-moving pedals? Or would you rely on other instruments for those... some actions cannot be directly mapped. maybe i extended it too far. but it is still valid for the PF monitoring. but probably valid for some a...Jump to post
for example, i have no problem to use car with "autopilot" feature in the near future, but i will never buy car that is designed in a way, that steering wheel is not moving when computer controls it. no way, bad design bad design? no Moving wheel is "A Stoker on a Diesel engine"...Jump to post
for example, i have no problem to use car with "autopilot" feature in the near future, but i will never buy car that is designed in a way, that steering wheel is not moving when computer controls it. no way, bad design Autopilot computer also controls acceleration and braking. Would you t...Jump to post
.......... but i still think that to see and feel what exactly is the second pilot doing, by simply observing the movement of the stick or following it by touch can be useful. typically when dealing with control problems, bad weather etc. isn't this ignoring the paradigm disparity of flying the pla...Jump to post
force feedback is not a correct name. i think that the most people talking about the need of the feedback are really talking about movement feedback (feel the movement from the second pilot). there is no need to feel the control force. read: https://safetyfirst.airbus.com/app/themes/mh_newsdesk/doc...Jump to post
it is funny that people that claim to be aviation enthusiasts are discussing this forever like bean counters. was 380 success? from our perspective? definitely. maybe not for some investors, but i dont really care. they wont die from it. was Concorde a success? definitely. was Apollo success? defini...Jump to post
nice, but how much tea can be served for the price of one repaint?Jump to post
Do not underestimate progress in computer science, but also do not overestimate progress in aviation industry. In 20 years, we will have 787 Max, iteration of current tech. In 50 years, we will have still the same tube with wings, still a 797 derivates. If-else programming cannot do any problem solv...Jump to post
the discussion is a little bit monotonic, so as a person who does not know abou aircraft certification procedures, I want to ask experts... to simplify the question, it looks that 737max cerfification procedure was somehow “simplified” based on the similarity with NG..did they test aircraft behavior...Jump to post
Hi all, my friend (ex-military transport pilot) is currently looking for a new job and told me about one job interview (relatively large EU-based LCC) that I personally find very problematic... There was a group of candidates monitored also by the psychologist. They were asked to humiliate another c...Jump to post
Hi, my first question here....also not a native speaker, so sorry for my language I assume that the information about the problems on previous flights together with the repair report was correctly passed to the flight crew, so they were mentally prepared that the fix may be insufficient and may occu...Jump to post