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Topic-icon PAID FAA RESEARCH - We Need Pilots!

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9 months 1 week ago #1577

Two studies are being conducted at the FAA Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center in Oklahoma City near Will Rogers Airport. Data collection MUST be completed SOON.
The studies pay $25 per hour plus a $20 travel allotment for each study. Each studies takes between 2-3 hrs. If eligible, you can participate in one OR both studies on the same (or different days).

1. Flight deck maximum force strength study needs ANY RATING PILOT - FEMALES ages 30-59 OR MALES ages 30-49. Medical currency NOT required. MUST participate by DEC 13, 2018!

This study collects maximum forces that can be exerted by an individual while in the normal seated position for aircraft control inceptors. The most recent updates of allowable control forces in 23.143 and 25.143 was not fully representative of the current demographics of the pilot and potential-pilot populations. This study is an attempt to obtain an additional larger sample of pilots and nonpilots performing force-application tasks on aircraft controls for both fixed-wing (yoke, stick, rudder pedals) and rotary-wing (cyclic, collective) aircraft.

2. IFR/UAS Control Station study needs ANY IFR-rated pilots OR large (>55 lbs) UAS/UAV operators. Medical currency NOT required. MUST participate by JAN 2018!

The Full Mission Evaluation of an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Control Station study evaluates the effectiveness of flight and flight-related displays for use in a UAS control station under realistic mission conditions. Information gained from the study will be used to provide information to standards groups both within and outside of the FAA that bears upon the establishment of standards for UAS control stations.

To schedule your study participation, please call or email us TODAY!!
• (405) 954-0374;
• (405) 954-6836;
• (405) 954-6837;

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