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SAFETY NETS

EUROCONTROL

FROM HOMO SAPIENS TO HOMO SOSPITAS by Professor Sidney Dekker

WHY DISPLAY TCAS RESOLUTION ADVISORIES AT CONTROLLER WORKING POSITIONS? by Tony Licu

FUNCTIONAL SAFETY NETS FROM A RESILIENCE ENGINEERING PERSPECTIVE HAS EGPWS (TAWS) HELPED LOWER THE FLYING RISK FOR COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT? by Don Bateman

Winter 2015

by Professor Erik Hollnagel

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 4

DG’S KEYNOTE

EDITORIAL 6

A Sense of Safety by Tzvetomir Blajev

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From Homo Sapiens to Homo Sospitas by Professor Sidney Dekker

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Safety Nets: A continuing journey with en route successes by Captain Ed Pooley

FROM THE BRIEFING ROOM 22

Why display TCAS Resolution Advisories at controller working positions? by Tony Licu

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Has EGPWS (TAWS) helped lower the flying risk for commercial transport aircraft? by Don Bateman

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How much is too much? By Adrian Bednarek

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Functional Safety Nets from a resilience engineering perspective by Professor Erik Hollnagel

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Fit for purpose? Questions about alarm system design from theory and practice by Dr Steven Shorrock

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Runway safety alerts: how fast can we react to them? by Gerard van Es

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The air traffic controller as a “safety net”: perhaps the most important one? by Florence-Marie Jégoux

CASE STUDY 15 17 18 20 21

Brent's Trabant 601 by Bengt Collin Comment 1 Dragan Milanovski Comment 2 Captain Ed Pooley Comment 3 Shota Janashia Comment 4 Captain Pradeep Deshpande

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45 Safety nets and automation: how to get the balance right by Colin Gill

48 Flavours of Short Term Conflict Alert by Ben Bakker

50 Safety nets to protect against fatigue

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75 Why TCAS Downlinking is a bad idea by Duncan Auld

78 EMAS: A passive

safety net for runway overruns by Stan Koczkodaj

82 ROPS: An active safety net for runway overruns by Logan Jones

by Jean-Jacques Speyer

54 Remote Tower technologies and the safety nets of tomorrow by Raluca Tudorica & Rory Hedman

58 Collision Avoidance for Light Aircraft

SKYBRARY DOWNLOAD 86 Short Term Conflict Alert (STCA) optimization for TMAs

by Dr Volker Huck

62 There is no cause for alarm if you have some information on alerts to begin with by Roger Lane

66 The new kid on the block by Stanislaw Drozdowski

68 The continual improvement of safety nets by Rod Howell

72 How to synchronise different safety nets

EDITORIAL TEAM Editor in Chief: Tzvetomir Blajev Editorial Adviser: Captain Ed Pooley Graphic Designer: