Human Performance. Challenge Accepted


Influence of the human factor in different modes of transport and the possibilities that the information and data available or stored by the different service providers can offer to improve the knowledge about human performance and its relationship with operational safety.

0. Introduction: Human Performance. Challenge Accepted
Daniel Sánchez (presenter)

1. Methodology for the Integration of Human Factors into ATM Safety Assessments
Maria Soledad de Mena
A brief introduction to the Methodology of Human Factor integration into safety assessment developed by Ineco. This methodology provides a global approach to human performance analysis.

2. Human Performance and Railway Environment: Running in the same track
Tatiana Rueda Martínez
In the railway environment, human performance is a factor that is not usually analysed in the same level of detail as physical systems, although the new market demands highlight the importance of analysing this factor. This section presents a case study that explain how INECO integrate the Human Factor in the railway environment.

3. Methodology applied in the design phase of a new system
Víctor M. Gordo Arias
An application of Human Performance methodology in the decision making phase to the integration of drones operation into the ATM system

4. Artificial Intelligence & Digitalisation at the service of Human Performance
José Manuel Rísquez Fernández
An introduction to some conceptual ideas about how the existing Human Factors Methodologies can be enriched, can be enhanced taking advantage of the age we are living…the age of Artificial Intelligence, the age of Digitalisation

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Daniel Sánchez


MSc in Aeronautical Engineering. Master in Business Administration. Lecturer at the Technical University of Madrid.

More than 20 years of experience in the field of safety, human factors, airports and air navigation, working in different countries: Spain, Egypt or Colombia, as well as in European Projects.

Currently, he is in charge of the Air Navigation Safety Unit al Ineco

Marisol de Mena


Marisol de Mena is an Aeronautical Psychologist certified by the EAAP (European Association for Aviation Psychology) and Safety & HF expert with 20 years of experience in integrating HF in different aviation organizations like aircraft manufacturers such as Airbus and Boeing companies, large airlines as Iberia and small flight schools (providing training in SMS and assessing competencies in flight simulators), and as ICAO officer (implementing the State Safety Program in the South America region).

Tatiana Rueda Martínez


Tatiana Rueda has a Bachelor in Physical Science, an Advanced Studies Diploma in Physical-Chemical, and Master in Railway Systems.

15 years of experience working all of them in the field of Railway Safety and in RAM Analysis (Reliability, Availability and Maintainability), of which the last 7 years have been developed in Ineco.

For the last 7 years she has also has worked as an Independent Safety Assessment (ISA).

She is currently Technical Manager at Ineco and has been project manager for the development of the Methodology for the Integration of the Human Factor in Risk Analysis.”

Víctor M. Gordo


MSc in Aeronautical Engineering and Business Administration. 22 years of experience in the field of air navigation systems, specialized in navigation aids, satellite navigation and surveillance systems, working in Spain (Aena/Enaire), European Projects and also in other countries (Egypt, Colombia, Taiwan, Nepal, Kuwait, Oman, etc..)

Now involved in UAS operations and U-space development, taking part on several SESAR Projects as TERRA, DOMUS, DACUS.

Lecturer at the Technical University of Madrid for more than ten years.

José Manuel Rísquez


Jose Manuel Rísquez has a Bachelor in Aeronautical Engineering and has developed all his professional career within Ineco.

He is Operational Expert in the domain of Air Traffic Management, with almost 25 years of experience in modelling dynamic systems, always working closely with ENAIRE’s Air traffic Controllers.

For the last 15 years he has been involved in European collaborative projects such as SESAR, paying special attention to Real Time Simulations and Human Performance assessments.

During the last decade, he has been developing Artificial Intelligence and Big Data solutions.



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