Accession Number : ADA117876

Title :   Aircraft Alerting Systems Standardization Study. Phase IV. Accident Implications on Systems Design.

Descriptive Note : Final rept. Jul 81-Jun 82,

Corporate Author : BOEING COMMERCIAL AIRPLANE CO SEATTLE WA

Personal Author(s) : Hanson,D C ; Howison,W W ; Chikos,S F ; Berson,B L

PDF Url : ADA117876

Report Date : Jun 1982

Pagination or Media Count : 121

Abstract : This study, the fourth in a series having evolved from a study of independent altitude monitor requirements and alerting system criteria, has developed a set of substantiated guidelines for the design of aircraft alerting systems. In the course of this work, the FAA concluded that a system which went beyond the function of an alerting system might be useful. The study was extended to examine the question as to whether a system could function as a monitor of flight safety, a system that could aid the pilots in resolving problems and contribute to reducing the number of future accidents. The study established the feasibility of the concept of complementing the alerting system with a computer to perform the flight phase status monitor function. (Author)

Descriptors :   *Flight instruments, *Warning systems, *Aviation accidents, Prevention, Auditory signals, Voice communications, Display systems, Flight, Monitoring, Information processing, Standardization

Subject Categories : Flight Control and Instrumentation

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE