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A human-centered methodology for the design, evaluation, and integration of cockpit displays.  (2002)
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Researchers at NASA Ames Research Center have developed a suite of displays for lowvisibility taxi operations for commercial aircraft. The Taxiway Navigation and Situation Awareness (T-NASA) system is comprised of a head-up display and head-down electronic moving map that collectively provide navigation and traffic surveillance information to the pilots. A three-stage process was defined and followed that included a human-centered design process, a human-factors evaluation approach, and a procedural integration analysis. It is expected that this human-centered process will help ensure the success of the T-NASA system. Further, this process may be modified and adapted for use with other enhanced vision / synthetic vision (EVSV) systems.
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Hooey, B. L., Foyle, D. C., & Andre, A. D. (2002). A human-centered methodology for the design, evaluation, and integration of cockpit displays. In proceedings of the NATO RTO SCI and SET Symposium on Enhanced and Synthetic Vision Systems. September, 10-12, 2002. Ottawa, Canada.
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