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Rotorcraft Simulation Environment: Helicopter Flight Simulator

Augmentation Concept Design for Helicopter Operations at Rotorcraft Simulation Environment

04.01.2019, Abschlussarbeiten, Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten

Background: One of the most challenging aspects of helicopter operation is to land on a moving ship deck, because of – 1. Influence of landing zone on pilot performance. 2. Limited field of view during landing maneuver. 3. Degraded visual environment. To achieve reduced pilot workload and increase flight safety during landing maneuver, a pilot fitted presentation of the outside world events and helicopter parameters are required. Be part of a international flight test team with colleagues from the university and industry. Create your own augmented reality concept for helicopter pilots and prove your concept with pilots from industry.

Background:
One of the most challenging aspects of helicopter operation is to land on a moving ship deck, because of –
1. Influence of landing zone on pilot performance.
2. Limited field of view during landing maneuver.
3. Degraded visual environment.
To achieve reduced pilot workload and increase flight safety during landing maneuver, a pilot fitted presentation of the outside world events and helicopter parameters are required.

Scope of Work:
This bachelor thesis / team project (Semesterarbeit) / Master Thesis aims to integrate multiple 2 dimensional concept designs for visual presentation of helicopter parameters. For the Human Machine Interface (HMI) concept design integration, an existing see-through Helmet Mounted Display can be used as reference. Displaying needed information in visual conformal manner - for instance “predictive parameters” - enables to design entirely novel pilot assistance systems. Design and integration may lead to a test campaign situated at the Rotorcraft Simulator Environment (ROSIE).

Skills:
1. Knowledge of C/C++
2. Helicopter flight physics

Tools:
Flight Simulator, C++

Language:
German or English

Start:
Flexible

Contact:
Tim Mehling
Institute of Helicopter Technology
E: tim.mehling@tum.de
T: +49-(0)176 61 50 85 58

Kontakt: tim.mehling@tum.de

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