Aviation Human Factors Expertise

Sensory Illusions and Spatial Disorientation

Approach and Landing Errors

Perceptional Blindness

Cockpit Automation

Evaluation of Cockpit Displays, and Controls

Performance and Alertness

Crew Resource Management

Selection and Training of Pilots

The Cabin Environment

Low visibility Environments

Fall Protection, Jet Bridges

Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance

Aviation Human Factors Experts

Aviation Human Factors is the silent relationship that exists between the person, machine and environment. Understanding this intangible relationship is often the key to determining the causation on an accident. DVI’s Aviation Human Factors Experts routinely evaluate the limitations and capabilities of people, including memory, perception, reaction time, judgment, physical size and dexterity, and visual acuity, relative to the performance of products and systems.