7 Times New Mgmt 494 Erau Aircraft Cockpit Infor

7 Times New Mgmt 494 Erau Aircraft Cockpit Infor

7 Times New Mgmt 494 Erau Aircraft Cockpit Infor

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OVERVIEW

What is going on with our modern-day aircraft and cockpit information systems? In 2009, an Airbus A330-200 ‘fell out of the sky,’ and more recently, two of the latest technologically-advanced models of the revered and widely-sold B737 have crashed. Commercial aviation is not alone when it comes to such initially-mysterious maladies. The causes of numerous military aircraft accidents over the decades have been attributed to issues with flawed designs or failures of cockpit information systems.

To begin this Module 6 activity, you will first review an Aviation Week publication article relating to the topic of the recent B737 MAX 8 aircraft accidents. Then, you will conduct in-depth research on the topic of aircraft cockpit information system implementations. Once you have gained knowledge related to the topic and gathered sufficient information, you will present a case in a scholarly APA style paper detailing an aircraft cockpit information system deployment, you may NOT use the B737 Max 8 incidents, that did not fare so well. The result of your investigative journalism will provide details on shortcomings during the design, development, certification, or manufacturing processes and flawed or inadequate features associated with the aircraft cockpit information system. You will present accident or serious incident-related cause and effect data and follow-up information system or procedural modifications as was determined by professional aviation investigation and regulatory bodies.

  • Review Boeing Backs MAX Design As Return-To-Service Push Continues (Aviation Week Intelligence Network) (Links to an external site.)
  • Conduct research relating to an airline passenger information system that might be implemented at an airline where you are hypothetically employed.
  • In your case study paper:
    • Provide a general description of an aviation-related accident or serious incident that was determined by professional aviation investigation bodies to have been caused by the design or failure of an aircraft cockpit information system.
    • Describe the features of the aircraft cockpit information system that was designed to more effectively, efficiently, and safely provide data to cockpit flight crews.
    • Identify any ‘corners that may have been cut’ during the development or certification process of the aircraft cockpit information system in order to ‘rush’ the aircraft into production and sales.
    • Describe the findings and recommendations of the investigation bodies as well as any government-mandated follow-up modifications to the aircraft and associated technology.

To receive a high-level grade in this assignment, you must put forth a considerable amount of time and effort. You will be graded on the scholastic quality of your paper and the fulfillment of the requirements stated in the Requirements section.

SUBMISSION

Submit a scholarly paper that addresses the following:

  • Utilize Microsoft Word.
  • Title Page (Page #1).
  • Body of the text (4-5 pages) to include:
    • Centered title of the paper.
    • Introductory paragraph.
    • Conclusion
    • In-text citations for direct quotes or paraphrased data from primary sources.
  • Reference List Page (Page #6 or #7).
  • Times New Roman 12-point font
  • Double-spaced lines.
  • APA Style 7th Edition
  • Utilize the MGMT_494_APA_Style_7th_Edition_Template.docx. Edit the template to remove the informational notes and add your data. Select Enable Editing immediately below the Microsoft Word toolbar to be able to edit the document.

MGMT 494 Assignment 6.3 Case Study & Research Paper Rubric

MGMT 494 Assignment 6.3 Case Study & Research Paper Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis & Content

55.0 pts

Excellent – A THOROUGH analysis of the topic was provided AND a minimum of FOUR FULL pages of double-spaced text was submitted in the body of the text.

45.0 pts

Very Good – A THOROUGH analysis of the topic was provided AND a minimum of THREE FULL pages of double-spaced text was submitted in the body of the text.

40.0 pts

Satisfactory – A THOROUGH analysis of the topic was provided AND a minimum of TWO FULL pages of double-spaced text was submitted in the body of the text.

35.0 pts

Near Failing – A BASIC analysis of the topic was provided AND a minimum of TWO FULL pages of double-spaced text were submitted in the body of the text.

0.0 pts

Failing – A minimum of TWO FULL pages of double-spaced text was NOT submitted in the body of the text.

55.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion & Recommendations

15.0 pts

Excellent – The conclusion was sound AND the recommendations were ENTIRELY appropriate.

13.0 pts

Very Good – The conclusion was sound AND the recommendations were MOSTLY appropriate.

11.0 pts

Satisfactory – The conclusion was sound AND the recommendations were SOMEWHAT appropriate.

9.0 pts

Near Failing – The conclusion was NOT sound OR the recommendations were NOT SOMEWHAT appropriate.

0.0 pts

Failing – A conclusion with recommendations was NOT presented.

15.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStyle & Mechanics

10.0 pts

Excellent – ALL sentences were properly structured AND the data was ENTIRELY free of spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors.

9.0 pts

Very Good – ALL sentences were properly structured BUT there were SOME spelling, grammar, OR punctuation errors.

8.0 pts

Satisfactory – SOME sentences were NOT properly structured AND there were SOME spelling, grammar, OR punctuation errors.

7.0 pts

Near Failing – SOME sentences were NOT properly structured AND there were MANY spelling, grammar, OR punctuation errors.

0.0 pts

Failing – MANY sentences were not properly structured AND there were MANY spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors.

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeScholarly Research

10.0 pts

Excellent – Scholarly research was conducted utilizing a minimum of TWO outside primary sources (excluding the textbook) AND terminology from the source materials was presented.

9.0 pts

Very Good – Scholarly research was conducted utilizing a minimum of TWO outside primary sources (excluding the textbook) BUT terminology from the source materials was NOT presented.

8.0 pts

Satisfactory – Scholarly research was conducted utilizing a minimum of ONE outside primary source (excluding the textbook) AND terminology from the source materials was presented.

7.0 pts

Near Failing – Scholarly research was conducted utilizing a minimum of ONE outside primary source (excluding the textbook) BUT terminology from the source materials WAS NOT presented.

0.0 pts

Failing – Scholarly research was NOT conducted utilizing a minimum of ONE outside primary source (excluding the textbook).

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA Style

10.0 pts

Excellent – ALL of the following APA style components were provided AND there were NO format errors: Title Page, Page Header with Page Numbers, Introductory Paragraph AND Conclusion Section in the Body of the Text, Reference List Page.

9.0 pts

Very Good – ALL of the following APA style components were provided AND there were SOME format errors: Title Page, Page Header with Page Numbers, Introductory Paragraph AND Conclusion Section in the Body of the Text, Reference List Page.

8.0 pts

Satisfactory – SOME of the following APA style components were NOT provided AND there were NO format errors: Title Page, Page Header with Page Numbers, Introductory Paragraph AND Conclusion Section in the Body of the Text, Reference List Page.

7.0 pts

Near Failing – SOME of the following APA style components were NOT provided AND there were SOME format errors: Title Page, Page Header with Page Numbers, Introductory Paragraph AND Conclusion Section in the Body of the Text, Reference List Page.

0.0 pts

Failing – SOME of the following APA style components were NOT provided AND there were MANY format errors: Title Page, Page Header with Page Numbers, Introductory Paragraph AND Conclusion Section in the Body of the Text, Reference List Page.

10.0 pts

Total Points: 100.0

Resources:

Boeing Backs MAX Design As Return-To-Service Push Continues (Aviation Week Intelligence Network)

Navigating Complexity: Inside the GE Avionics Computing System (ACS) (YouTube, 02:08)

Flight Information Management System (Collins Aerospace) (Links to an external site.)

New Aviation Weather Information Systems Undergo In-Flight Tests (Boeing) (Links to an external site.)

Flitedeck Pro X (Jeppesen) (Links to an external site.)

Electronic Flight Bags (Astronautics) (Links to an external site.)

(Links to an external site.)Cockpit Systems & Display (Honeywell Aerospace) (Links to an external site.)

Navigation & Guidance (GE Aviation) (Links to an external site.)

FFA Advanced Aviation Handbook Chapter 5 (FFA) (Links to an external site.)

On the Security of Mobile Cockpit Information Systems (UCSD) (Links to an external site.)

Connected FMS: First automatic inflight synchronization of FMS and Lido Pilot Solutions (GE Aviation)