Research – Commuting of Airline Pilots
Thomas M. Friesacher, MSc conducts research in the field of the commuting of airline pilots and subsequent stress exposure.
A scientific study was conducted in summer 2014 as the “European Airline Pilot Commute Study” and significant empirical data was generated for research.
The first results are published in a thesis as “Aspects of a European Airline Pilot Commute“.
Further active research work is taking place at the institutions for accident investigation at Cranfield University, UK on PhD level.
Steiner, D., Kovacic, I., Burgstaller, F., Schrefl, M., Friesacher, T., Gringinger, E., (2016), “Semantic Enrichment Of Dnotams To Reduce Information Overload In Pilot Briefings”, Integrated Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance Conference (ICNS), 2016, Herdon, VA, 2016