At the intersection of automation and culture release_dzfgromzvfevfa2lwbkfwupvjy

by P J Sherman, E L Wiener

Published in Earth space review.

1995   Volume 4, Issue 1, p11-3

Abstract

The crash of an automated passenger jet at Nagoya, Japan, in 1995, is used as an example of crew error in using automatic systems. Automation provides pilots with the ability to perform tasks in various ways. National culture is cited as a factor that affects how a pilot and crew interact with each other and equipment.
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