NLP TOOLS USED IN CIVIL AVIATION: A SURVEY

saptarshi paul, Bipul Syam purkaystha, Purnendu Das

Abstract


In this paper we have a look at the various application tools of NLP applied in the field of Civil Aviation. Civil aviation flights around the world are in huge demand. Order books of major Aircraft manufacturers such as Boeing, Airbus, Embraer etc are overflowing and delivery schedules for the next few years are full. In WINGS INDIA 2018 held at Hyderabad, Airbus reported that for the next 10 years India will be receiving one Airbus aircraft every week. [13][14] More aircrafts leads to more pressure on maintenance teams, ATC (Air Traffic Controller), ground marshals / crew and CNS (Communication Navigation Surveillance) handlers.
MRO (Maintenance Repair and Overhaul ) units by Boeing, Airbus, ATR apart from simulator Training units are coming up fast in countries like India, China, Srilanka and other countries which calls for more automation of the day to day technical and maintenance works and NLP (Natural Language Processing) and AI (Artificial Intelligence) tools have been playing a just the required role in a remarkable manner in managing incident reports, CNS assistance etc. The supporting role of NLP in maintenance, real time situation awareness and other areas are going to be a necessity in the foreseeable future.

Keywords


NLP, MT, CNS, ATC, Aviation, AI, ICAO, MRO

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v9i2.5559

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