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The Design of Aircraft Cockpit Displays for Low-Visibility Taxi Operations  (2001)
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A suite of cockpit navigation displays for low-visibility taxi operations was developed by researchers at NASA Ames Research Center. The displays, called the Taxiway Navigation and Situation Awareness (T-NASA) system, were created using a human-centered design and evaluation approach that involved over 300 commercial pilots participating in part-task simulations, high-fidelity simulations, and a flight test. This design process helped to ensure that the system would meet its objectives of increasing airport surface operations efficiency and safety in low-visibility conditions, while at the same time considering the capabilities and limitations of the human operators systemwide, including the flight crew and air traffic controllers.
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In A. G. Gale (Ed.) Vision in Vehicles IX. Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers.
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