ODICIS (One Display for a Cockpit Interactive Solution) - Final public progress report

Research output: Book/ReportReport – Annual report year: 2012Research

  • Author: Bécouarn, Loïc

    Thales, France

  • Author: Dominici, Johanna

    Thales, France

  • Author: Bader, Joachim

    Diehl Aerospace, Germany

  • Author: Fabbri, Marco

    Alenia Spazio, Italy

  • Author: Pregnolato, Marco

    Alitalia – Società Aerea Italiana S.p.A, Italy

  • Author: Sarayeddine, Khaled

    Optinvent, France

  • Author: Cuypers, Dieter

    Interuniversitair Micro-Elektronica Centrum, Belgium

  • Author: De Smet, Herbert

    Interuniversitair Micro-Elektronica Centrum, Belgium

  • Author: Alapetite, Alexandre

    Production and Service Management, Department of Management Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

  • Author: Sgouros, Nicholas

    Piraeus University of Applied Sciences, Greece

  • Author: Kouros, Pavlos

    Piraeus University of Applied Sciences, Greece

  • Author: Zammit-Mangion, David

    University of Malta, Malta

  • Author: Pace, Matthew Felice

    University of Malta, Malta

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The ODICIS project aims at developing a single display cockpit associated with adequate means of interaction. This addresses three current major aeronautics needs: the system architecture flexibility, the useful surface optimisation and the information continuity. Therefore the project will improve the operational safety and efficiency while reducing the aircraft development cost.
The first objective is to prove the technical feasibility of an avionics large seamless display, which can possibly be curved. This involves optical but also graphic generation challenges. The design of the
display must take into account as much as possible user wishes and aircraft possibilities. Once the display is available, the proper means of interaction must be defined and implemented. At
this point, a complete technological mock-up of a single display cockpit will be available. Meanwhile, the concepts of use, that stimulated the idea of a single display cockpit, will be reviewed, deepened and tested on the mock-up. Human factors evaluations will seek to ascertain the safety and efficiency gains produced by this novel cockpit concept based on use of a single display.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherODICIS Consortium
Number of pages39
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Bibliographical note

Seventh Framework Programme, Grant agreement n°: ACP8-GA-2009-233605


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