CAP1756: Pilot Fatigue Measurement Research

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Title:Pilot Fatigue Measurement Research
Description:This CAA-UK Pilot Fatigue Measurement study addressed key issues towards a goal of developing potential measurement methodologies that may better manage pilot fatigue. The main research question to be answered was: "Can fatigue in individuals be measured with sufficient reliability in order to make a relationship with changes (deterioration) in flying performance?" This research was was compiled for the CAA by:

Netherlands Aerospace Centre NLR (Nederlands Lucht- en Ruimtevaartcentrum)
Netherlands Institute of Neurosciences (NIN)

Review Comment:None
Date:24 January 2019
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