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dc.contributor.authorLališ, Andrej
dc.date.accessioned2022-10-04T09:42:25Z
dc.date.available2022-10-04T09:42:25Z
dc.date.issued2020
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10467/104295
dc.description.abstractSafety management is one of the key drivers in the modern aviation responsible for the remarkable safety record of the industry. It is one of the recent tools that bacame a standard for all major aviation stakeholders and the requirements for its implemantation and functions are constantly being updated. This process is far from its end, however, as the very domain of safety and its management is not fully explained with the theory available today. This is supported by the fact that the theory is constantly developing, with several fragmented research branches that are not consolidated, and the most recent discoveries changed the whole paradigm how safety is managed today. Now it is almost certain that it the theory of Safety-II and resilience engineering that will drive the future management of safety to a completely new evolutional stage. This work deals with the research projects, results and scientitic achievement in the domain of Safety-II based safety management system, which will represent the new generation of safety management not only in the aviation, achieved at Czech Technical University in Prague. The work details the progress toward definition of the technical means and soultions that will enable full consolidation of the contemporary safety theory and bridge the gap between the theory and industrial practice. It details means for safety performance monitoring and predictions, utilizing stochastic modeling, the development of aviation safety ontology and its extentsion toward the new systemic prediction models in the teory and finally the work carried to develop the first and the second release of aviation safety data collection and processing system, which is the heart of any safety management system, copatible with parts of the new Safety-II theory. The results and discussed achievements confirm the feasibility of Safety-II compatible safety management system in the aviation and detail new discoveries that contribute to the theory of safety and its specification.cze
dc.language.isoenen
dc.publisherCTU in Praguecze
dc.subjectontology engineeringcze
dc.subjectresilience engineeringcze
dc.subjectsafety-IIcze
dc.subjectsafety management systemcze
dc.subjectstochastic modelingcze
dc.titleDevelopment of the New Generation of Safety Management System in the Aviationcze
dc.typehabilitační práce
dc.typehabilitation thesis
theses.degree.grantorČeské vysoké učení technické v Praze. Fakulta dopravní.


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