NASA awards $73M for ATC human factors research

NASA is reported to have awarded a five-year $73 million to San Jose State Universityin the US to participate in research on how people interact with new NextGen technology.
NASA’s Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif., selected San Jose State psychology and human factors professor Kevin Jordan to lead a research project that will also involve Ames scientists, other faculty members and university graduate students.
Jordan has collaborated with NASA before on projects integrating human skills with aircraft flight decks, air-traffic management systems and mission planning and scheduling technologies on the International Space Station.

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