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Assessing visual attention of pilots while using electronic moving maps for taxiing.  (1999)
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This study represents a preliminary behavioral assessment of pilot visual attention while using an Electronic Moving Map (EMM) for taxiing under various levels of visibility and training. The results suggests that implementing EMM displays for low-visibility surface operations should not have a negative impact on allocation of pilot visual attention in either low- or high-visibility conditions. The data also suggests that training is necessary to assure proper usage of, and optimal visual attention interaction with, the EMM.
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Graeber, D. A., & Andre, A. D., (1999). Assessing visual attention of pilots while using electronic moving maps for taxiing. In R. S. Jensen, B. Cox, J. D. Callister, & R. Lavis (Eds.), Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 2 , 791-796. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University.
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