The main result of our paper is a proposal of a ground collision avoidance system (GCAS) for fighter aircrafts that takes into account not only the limits of the aircraft but also the physiological limits of the pilot to avoid simultaneously a crash and the loss of consciousness of the pilot (GLOC) during the recovery manoeuvre (flyup). This AntiGLOC GCAS is based on a detailed mathematical analysis of the flyup, a detailed model of the flyup duration and a detailed mathematical model of the pilot +Gz tolerance. We also solve the GLOC problem. The problem that we solved is to maintain the risk of GLOC in a given flyup under a certain level assuming constant the measured +Gz pilot tolerance. To our knowledge this is the first proposal to solve simultaneously the problems of GLOC and controlled flight into the ground. Based on a model of pilot +Gz tolerance level we designed the AntiGLOC Ground Collision Avoidance System (GCAS) and the Time to GLOC Meter which helps the pilot to avoid its own GLOC.
Conference  International Conference on Engineering UBI 2011 

Period  1/01/11 → … 

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title = "From a Model of the Time to GLOC to the AntiGLOC GCAS: Solving Simultaneously the GLOC Problem and the Flight into the Ground Problem",
abstract = "The main result of our paper is a proposal of a ground collision avoidance system (GCAS) for fighter aircrafts that takes into account not only the limits of the aircraft but also the physiological limits of the pilot to avoid simultaneously a crash and the loss of consciousness of the pilot (GLOC) during the recovery manoeuvre (flyup). This AntiGLOC GCAS is based on a detailed mathematical analysis of the flyup, a detailed model of the flyup duration and a detailed mathematical model of the pilot +Gz tolerance. We also solve the GLOC problem. The problem that we solved is to maintain the risk of GLOC in a given flyup under a certain level assuming constant the measured +Gz pilot tolerance. To our knowledge this is the first proposal to solve simultaneously the problems of GLOC and controlled flight into the ground. Based on a model of pilot +Gz tolerance level we designed the AntiGLOC Ground Collision Avoidance System (GCAS) and the Time to GLOC Meter which helps the pilot to avoid its own GLOC.",
author = "Fonseca, {Jos{\'e} Barahona da} and {DEE Group Author}",
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N2  The main result of our paper is a proposal of a ground collision avoidance system (GCAS) for fighter aircrafts that takes into account not only the limits of the aircraft but also the physiological limits of the pilot to avoid simultaneously a crash and the loss of consciousness of the pilot (GLOC) during the recovery manoeuvre (flyup). This AntiGLOC GCAS is based on a detailed mathematical analysis of the flyup, a detailed model of the flyup duration and a detailed mathematical model of the pilot +Gz tolerance. We also solve the GLOC problem. The problem that we solved is to maintain the risk of GLOC in a given flyup under a certain level assuming constant the measured +Gz pilot tolerance. To our knowledge this is the first proposal to solve simultaneously the problems of GLOC and controlled flight into the ground. Based on a model of pilot +Gz tolerance level we designed the AntiGLOC Ground Collision Avoidance System (GCAS) and the Time to GLOC Meter which helps the pilot to avoid its own GLOC.
AB  The main result of our paper is a proposal of a ground collision avoidance system (GCAS) for fighter aircrafts that takes into account not only the limits of the aircraft but also the physiological limits of the pilot to avoid simultaneously a crash and the loss of consciousness of the pilot (GLOC) during the recovery manoeuvre (flyup). This AntiGLOC GCAS is based on a detailed mathematical analysis of the flyup, a detailed model of the flyup duration and a detailed mathematical model of the pilot +Gz tolerance. We also solve the GLOC problem. The problem that we solved is to maintain the risk of GLOC in a given flyup under a certain level assuming constant the measured +Gz pilot tolerance. To our knowledge this is the first proposal to solve simultaneously the problems of GLOC and controlled flight into the ground. Based on a model of pilot +Gz tolerance level we designed the AntiGLOC Ground Collision Avoidance System (GCAS) and the Time to GLOC Meter which helps the pilot to avoid its own GLOC.
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