FAID is now available in CFAS
FAID®, an internationally recognized bio-mathematical fatigue model from InterDynamics is now available in CFAS and can be used as an alternative to, or side-by-side with the Boeing Alertness Model (BAM). Contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Tailor-made Fatigue Mitigation.
Jeppesen has just released ground-breaking fatigue mitigation functionality in CrewAlert. With a simple tap on the timeline, crew can now easily produce a proposed fatigue mitigation strategy tailored to their roster. Read the full press release here.
CrewAlert is evolving
We are currently prioritizing and planning new improvements for CrewAlert. Please consider sharing your worries, concerns, praise - and guide us in the development by taking our survey here. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
Fatigue mitigation functionality in CrewAlert
Jeppesen is now testing the new fatigue mitigation functionality in CrewAlert with pilots world-wide. If you are interested in evaluating the next build, please read the description (pdf) and send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CrewAlert Lite updated
CrewAlert Lite has been updated on Appstore world-wide. The new release contains BAM Release 2, as well as updated duty coloring and smaller usability improvements.
Jeppesen is hosting FRM Seminars in Gothenburg and Singapore in February and March. Please find details here (pdf).
Boeing and Jeppesen have jointly developed Fatigue Risk Management (FRM) functionality for allowing airlines to control crew fatigue and fatigue risk in crew planning and operation. The functionality is built into the Jeppesen Crew Management products so that scientific fatigue/alertness models can be accessed while constructing and maintaining crew schedules.
The FRM functionality allows for individual predictions on each flight of both crew alertness and associated risk. The alertness and risk information is available both in the GUI for the end-user but also to the optimizers during pairing and roster creation.
The availability of this information makes it possible to “build” alertness into rosters in the planning stage and to control and monitor it during manual roster maintenance and day-of-operation changes.
Alertness can be built into the crew schedules where it decreases fatigue risk the most – thus addressing the “tail” of the risk distribution. An operator may both use strict limits on fatigue risk, incentives to avoid the risk, alerts on risk thresholds, or any combination of these.
The Jeppesen rule engine RAVE, used in the Jeppesen Crew Management product suite, is able to connect to any scientific fatigue model compliant with CAPI, the Common Alertness Prediction Interface. CAPI enables high-speed integration with optimizers and aligns alertness prediction across models.
Build in alertness from the beginning when optimizing and maintaining crew pairings and rosters.
Add advanced decision support and visualization to your existing crew scheduling solution allowing for direct access to scientific fatigue models.
Assess crew fatigue for entire fleets in seconds integrated easily with your existing crew scheduling solution.
Assess individual schedules, get acquainted with sleep science, and collect operational fatigue data easily.
Use the leading fatigue models with the products and services in the Jeppesen portfolio.
Leverage the Jeppesen FRM experiences through business consultancy, training courses, assistance with data collection, or have Jeppesen construct your crew schedules remotely - efficiently enhancing safety.
Join us move science forward by collecting operational fatigue data.
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