2 edition of human factors evaluation of an electronic display system for an aircraft flight deck found in the catalog.
human factors evaluation of an electronic display system for an aircraft flight deck
M. D. Lister
Written in English
Thesis(M.Sc.) - Loughborough University of Technology 1978.
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Human factors engineering applies our understanding of the abilities and limitations of the human mind to the design of aircraft cockpits by studying the interaction of the pilot’s mind with Author: Charlotte Adams. The default assumption about the minimum flight crew on a commercial airplane is that it consists of pilots. The chapter presents recommendations for design process and evaluation strategies, and a description of when and how new designs can be integrated into a flight deck. Designing for an aircraft flight deck is unlike design of most Author: Lisa C. Thomas.
Although the aircraft checklist has long been regarded as the foundation of pilot standardization and cockpit safety, it has escaped the scrutiny of the human factors profession. The improper use, or the non-use, of the normal checklist by flight crews is often cited as the probable cause or at least a contributing factor to aircraft Size: 4MB. operational approvals for advanced flight deck technologies, procedures, and training, monitor compliance with regulations, and address continued operational safety. Goals The overall goal of human factors in the FAA is to support the attainment of high levels of human-system performance across all aviation Size: KB.
The flight model and flight management system (FMS) for the simulator are provided by the Ames Multi-Aircraft Control System (MACS) system. The flight state and control inputs are passed between MACS and the simulator via a shared memory area, and distributed to the simulator components over a high-speed local area network. For example, for the foreseeable future, aircraft equipped with ADS-B will share the airspace with aircraft that are not ADS-B equipped. Furthermore, ADS-B aircraft will need to operate in areas with and without radar coverage with varying degrees of air traffic control (ATC) supervision. Thus, on a single flight an aircraft could fly from an.
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On human factors issues to consider in the design and evaluation of avionics displays and controls for all types of aircraft (14 CFR pa 25, 27, and 29). It is intended to facilitate the identification and resolution of typical human factors issues that are frequently reported by FAA Aircraft Certification.
A human factors evaluation of an electronic display system for an aircraft flight deck This thesis describes a two and a half year study of the human factors associated with the introduction of electronic displays, i.e.
cathode ray tubes, and their associated controls onto a civil transport aircraft flight : Michael D. Lister. Electronic flight bags (EFBs) are small, customizable information-management devices that aid pilots and aircraft operators in conducting flights more efficiently and safely.
Even a basic laptop computer that has flight-management functions qualifies as an EFB by this on: 55 Broadway. Part two is concerned with flight deck evaluation - the human factors evaluation of flight decks; human factors in flight test and the regulatory viewpoint Of interest to all human factors professionals operating in high technology, high-risk dynamic industries as well as those engaged directly in aerospace activities, the book will also be of key importance to engineers with an interest in human factors for flight deck design.
Part two is concerned with flight deck evaluation - the human factors evaluation of flight decks; human factors in flight test and the regulatory viewpoint Of interest to all human factors professionals operating in high technology, high-risk dynamic industries as well as those engaged directly in aerospace activities, the book will also be of Cited by: Human Factors Considerations in the Design and Evaluation of Flight Deck Displays and Controls – Version 2.
The objective of this effort is to have a single source reference document for human factors regulatory and guidance material for flight deck displays Cited by: identify EFB human factors considerations. These were documented and reviewed by both government and industry.
The next step is to assist the FAA in creating an evaluation procedure for EFBs that is based on the human factors document. The procedure will be designed for use by inspectors to evaluate EFB human factors considerations in the field.
Introduction. This edited textbook is a fully updated and expanded version of the highly successful first edition of Human Factors in Aviation. Written for the widespread aviation community - students, engineers, scientists, pilots, managers, government personnel, etc., HFA offers a comprehensive overview of the topic, taking readers from the general to the specific, first covering broad issues, then the more specific topics of pilot performance, human factors.
Examples of visual displays are the primary flight display (PFD) for the most important aircraft states and the navigation display for a planar top-down overview of the environment. Show abstract. The gap in the interaction between the pilot and automation still exists and as a result human factor constructs such as mental workload, situational awareness and fatigue.
The Usability Evaluation of a Touch Screen in the Flight Deck: /ch This chapter presents and discusses an Expert Usability Evaluation for a flight deck touch screen prototype, carried out in one European co-funded projectCited by: 3.
Applying Human Factors Principles In Aviation Displays: A Transition From Analog to Digital proposes that the failure to apply good human factors principles when designing aircraft displays can lead to unacceptable deficiencies.
The result can be poor modal awareness, EFDS Electronic Flight Display System. It is intended to facilitate the identification and resolution of typical human factors issues that are frequently reported by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Aircraft Certification Specialists.
Topics address the human factors/pilot interface aspects of the display hardware, software, alerts/annunciations, and controls as well as considerations for flight deck design philosophy. The flight deck evaluation should be conducted by experienced and qualified pilots against the applicable regulations and guidance material on cockpit HMI interface.
The flight deck complete design, validation and evaluation chain have been successfully used in single aisle civil aircraft flight deck design in : Haiyan Liu, Baofeng Li, Dayong Dong, Hongtao Liu, Zhefeng Jin, Yinbo Zhang. This document identifies guidance on human factors issues to consider in the design and evaluation of avionics displays and controls for all types of aircraft (14 CFR pa 25, 27, and 29).
It is intended to facilitate the identification and resolution of typical human factors issues that are frequently reported by FAA Aircraft Certification by: The PCP predicts, for instance, that a 3D display will be superior for flight control (and for other integration tasks), but will be inferior for tasks that require precise readings along certain axis (e.g., vertical separation of aircraft, check read- ing altitude) (Haskell & Wickens, ).File Size: KB.
Human Factors Evaluation of Portable Electronic Devices in Tactical Aircraft Martin Bernard Fuerst University of Tennessee, Knoxville This Thesis is brought to you for free and open access by the Graduate School at Trace: Tennessee Research and Creative Exchange.
It has beenAuthor: Martin Bernard Fuerst. Part two is concerned with flight deck evaluation - the human factors evaluation of flight decks; human factors in flight test and the regulatory viewpoint Of interest to all human factors professionals operating in high technology, high-risk dynamic industries as well as those engaged directly in aerospace activities, the book will also be of key importance to engineers with an interest in human factors for flight deck 4/5(1).
In cases where only the display and touch device are being considered, this is referred to as the touch screen. The ARP covers system design guidelines as well as the considerations and recommendations for system performance and human factors. This ARP is intended to cover systems installed in 14 CFR P 25, 27, and 29 aircraft.
FAA Home Aircraft Aircraft Certification Design Approvals Human Factors – Aircraft Certification Service (AIR)Policies and Guidance. Share on Facebook; Tweet on Twitter; Advisory Circulars.
ACAvionics Human Factors Considerations for Design and Evaluation; ACControls for Flight Deck Systems; AC C, Flight Test Guide for Certification of Part 23 Airplanes. Human Performance On The Flight Deck Author:Professor Don Harris / Category:Technology & Engineering / Total Pages: pages Download Human Performance On The Flight Deck PDF Summary: Free human performance on the flight deck pdf download - taking an integrated systems approach to human performance issues on the flight deck of the modern File Size: KB.Human factors guidance for the use of handheld, portable, and wearable computing devices (DOT/FAA/CT/15).
Atlantic City International Airport, NJ: Federal Aviation Administration William J. Hughes Technical Center. Zingale, C. M., McAnulty, D. M., & Kerns, K. (). Human factors evaluation of a digital, air-ground communications system.Electronic Flight Bag (EFB). An electronic display system intended primarily for flight deck or cabin use.
EFB devices can display a variety of aviation data or perform basic calculations (e.g., performance data, fuel calculations, etc.). In the past, some of these functions were traditionally.