Over the course of the eMCO-SiPO project, researchers have made significant progress in several key research fields. These include (i) Safety Risk Assessment and Monitoring, (ii) Human Factors and Performance, (iii) Air Operations, (iv) Fatigue Risk Management, (v) and Flight Training. Through rigorous analysis and testing, the project has generated a wealth of valuable insights and data that can help maintain the current level of aviation safety and performance in the years to come implementing extended minimum crew operations and single pilot operations.

Here a comprehensive overview of the downloadable documents of the eMCO-SiPO project is provided, organised by the five main research fields. You will find detailed information about the project’s findings, recommendations, and best practices for each research area. Whether you are an aviation industry professional, a researcher, or a member of the general public with an interest in aviation safety, you will access a wealth of valuable information that can help you stay informed and up-to-date on the latest developments in this critical field.



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