Published in June 2016, HindSight 22 focused on Safety Nets.
HindSight 22 Articles
- Keynote: by Frank Brenner.
- Sense of Safety: Editorial by Tzvetomir Blajev.
- From Homo Sapiens to Homo Sospitas: by Professor Sidney Dekker.
The View from Above
- Case Study - Brent's Brabant 601: by Bengt Collin.
- Comment 1: by Dragan Milanovski.
- Comment 2: by Captain Ed Pooley.
- Comment 3: by Shota Janashia.
- Comment 4: by Captain Pradeep Deshpande.
From the Briefing Room
- Why display TCAS Resolution Advisories at controller working positions?: by Tony Licu.
- Has EGPWS (TAWS) helped lower the flying risk for commercial transport aircraft?: by Don Bateman.
- How much is too much?: by Adrian Bednarek.
- Functional Safety Nets from a resilience engineering perspective: by Professor Erik Hollnagel.
- Fit for purpose? Questions about alarm system design from theory and practice: by Dr Steven Shorrock.
- Runway safety alerts: how fast can we react to them?: by Gerard van Es.
- The air traffic controller as a "safety net": perhaps the most important one?: by Florence-Marie Jegoux.
- Safety nets and automation: how to get the balance right: by Colin Gill.
- Flavours of Short Term Conflict Alert: by Ben Bakker.
- Safety nets to protect against fatigue: by Jean-Jacques Speyer.
- Remote tower technologies and the safety nets of tomorrow: by Raluca Tudorica and Rory Hedman.
- Collision Avoidance for Light Aircraft: by Dr Volker Huck.
- There is no cause for alarm if you have some information on alerts to begin with: by Roger Lane.
- The new kid on the block: by Stanislaw Drozdowski.
- The continual improvement of safety nets: by Rod Howell.
- How to synchronise different safety nets: by Captain Wolfgang Starke.
- Why TCAS Downlinking is a bad idea: by Duncan Auld.
- EMAS: A passive safety net for runway overruns: by Stan Koczkodaj.
- ROPS: An active safety net for runway overruns: by Logan Jones.
Related SKYbrary Articles
Register to Receive Your Copy of HindSight Magazine
Register here for a hardcopy of HindSight magazine to be sent to you by post every time a new edition is published