The purpose of this D6.10 document is to describe the second and final trial of the WEKIT hardware and software prototype for the Aeronautics Industrial Case. The selected use case for the trial is a procedure obtained from the Hawker Beechcraft B200 maintenance manual and is dedicated to the replacement of the nose landing gear wheel. The users performed the procedure using the WEKIT player application and the experts created the procedure step by step using the WEKIT recorder application. The control group used the official paper procedure derived from the Hawker Beechcraft B200 maintenance manual.
The scenario and the procedure are already described in D6.7, although they have been updated and adapted to better represent the scenario.
The trials took place at the Lufttransport hangar facilities in Tromsø as well as at the EASA part-66 training facilities located in Bardufoss. In two previous pilots during June 2018 and October 2018, trials were not successfully conducted due to software bugs and problems with the wearable sensor vest. Once these issues were resolved, we conducted the full final trials, which started mid-January 2019 and lasted for a month. In this timeframe, we managed to have 86 participants to the trials.
Most of the candidates used the biometric sensor harness during the trial. The data collected from the participants have later on been analysed and the results are described in this report.
The data and feedback from the participants were collected by means of online surveys designed in order to get a quantitative assessment of their experience. The data collected from the participants have later on been analysed and the results are described in this report.