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Issues in the procedural implementation of low-visibility landing and surface operation displays.  (1999)
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NASA has recently developed a Taxiway Navigation and Situation Awareness (T-NASA) system designed to increase taxi safety and efficiency in low visibility surface operations. A series of focus groups was conducted to solicit opinions, concerns, and issues regarding the future deployment of T-NASA. Pilots from six commercial airlines and air traffic controllers from tower and ground stations received a preinterview training package and viewed a training video that described the display components and procedural assumptions. Afterwards, participants discussed how these displays may alter their current standard operating procedures (SOPs) and what procedural implications this technology may have on their daily operations. This research highlights the importance of considering the system-wide procedural implications when designing new flight deck displays.
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Hooey, B. L., Schwirzke, M. F. J., McCauley, M. E., Renfroe, D., Purcell, K.P., & Andre, A. D., (1999). Issues in the procedural implementation of low-visibility landing and surface operation displays. In R. S. Jensen, B. Cox, J. D. Callister, & R. Lavis (Eds.) Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 2, 797-803. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University.
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