FAA wants industry input on use of AI in aviation safety

June 25, 2024
The agency is looking for information from industry on 11 different topics – including providing a capability statement – by July 2, Cate Burgan writes for MeriTalk.

WASHINGTON - The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) wants to know what AI capabilities industry has in store that can help the agency improve aviation safety, according to a request for information (RFI) released last week, Cate Burgan writes for MeriTalkContinue reading original article.

The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:

25 June 2024 - The Federal Aviation Administration says it " envisions a new safety analytics system that will vastly expand and accelerate insights from current and additional sources of data and provide a comprehensive understanding of causal factors of safety events to help predict high-risk operations and environments. The end state will be built on commercially available analytics tools that are widely used by a substantial number of companies and organizations to make similar improvements to the safety of operations or to reduce mistakes in operations."

More information about this information request is available at https://sam.gov/opp/3b64883ffbc34c38ae3f89a6142dc725/view.

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Jamie Whitney, Senior Editor
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