Crew Resource Management for Large Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operations is a work by Peter S. Neff. The objectives of this paper are to examine the importance of crew resource management (CRM) principles in the safe operation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) commercial flight operations.
Publication Date- 2019
Crew Resource Management for Large Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operations contains the following main sections:
- Literature Review
- Importance of CRM to Safety in Commercial Manned or Unmanned Flight Operations
- CRM Elements
- Conclusions and Future Research
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Author- Peter S. Neff
C-UAS Hub Commentary- CRM principles can also apply to complex Counter-UAS and airspace awareness operations. A complicated airspace, multiple detection and/or mitigation systems, and communication challenges, to name a few, can create operational challenges.
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