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Conceptualization of Aviation Cabin Crew's Fatigue Risk Assessment


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Publication Details

Authors: Cevik Irem, Bam Bibek, Dahanayake Ajantha, Elfvengren Kalle

Publisher: IOS Press

Publication year: 2020

Language: English

Related journal or series: Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications

Title of parent publication: Information Modelling and Knowledge Bases XXXII. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications.

Volume number: 333

Start page: 310

End page: 328

Number of pages: 19

ISBN: 978-1-64368-140-5

eISBN: 978-1-64368-141-2

ISSN: 0922-6389

eISSN: 1879-8314

JUFO level of this publication: 1

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/FAIA200837

Permanent website address: http://ebooks.iospress.nl/doi/10.3233/FAIA200837

Open Access: Open Access publication


Abstract

Airlines
are of great importance to the transportation sector. With the increase in
commercial air travel, airlines require extra flight crews. Aviation industry’s
cabin crew members are faced with working overtime, working in shifts and long
working hours. The shift system causes fatigue for flight crews. Fatigue is of
critical importance in the aviation industry. Depending on the physical and psychological
fatigue, explicit or implicit results appear. There are a number of approaches
in the aviation industry to prevent fatigue. When previous studies are
examined, there are few studies examine in the general, and aviation crew’s
fatigue treat both pilots and cabin crew alike. The relationship between cabin crew’s
fatigue-to-fatigue risk management systems, key fatigue-causing factors, tools
to alarm fatigue, and outcome assessments are non-existent. However, various
difficulties are encountered in measuring the cabin crews fatigue levels and measurements
and are often subjective and not reliable. Therefore, the aim of this study is
to create a concept map to be integrated into the aviation cabin crew’s fatigue
risk assessment application design and implementation in order to arrive at a
comprehensive fatigue risk assessment tool for the aviation industry.


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