Accession Number : ADA131039

Title :   Integrated Cuing Requirements (ICR) Study: Feasibility Analysis and Demonstration Study.

Descriptive Note : Final rept.,

Corporate Author : BOEING AEROSPACE CO SEATTLE WA

Personal Author(s) : Farrell,Richard ; Barker,Richard

PDF Url : ADA131039

Report Date : Jun 1983

Pagination or Media Count : 53

Abstract : The goal is the Integrated Cuing Requirements (ICR) Study was to consolidate and synthesize existing human sensory/perceptual data, principles and models in a manner which would make this information readily accessible and useful to the community of aircrew training device (ATD) design engineers. There exists an extensive body of research literature on human perception which could potentially be of value in the specification, design, and evaluation of aircrew training devices. The data in this domain are distributed among numerous different publications and are written in the specialized terminology of perceptual psychology. Consequently, this information is not generally accessible to ATD engineers. The goal of the ICR study was to extract and consolidate the relevant data into an accessible format and to provide, where feasible, a synthesis of the literature which included recommendaitns relevant to equipment design. The intended output of this activity was (a) an ICR Data Base containing the available sensory/perceptual data in a form useful for specification and design purposes, and (b) an ICR Users Guide to facilitate access to the data by the ATD engineer.

Descriptors :   *Flight training, *Training devices, *Human factors engineering, Cues(Stimuli), Perception(Psychology), Feasibility studies, Performance(Engineering), Performance(Human), Flight crews, Data bases, Simulation, Systems engineering

Subject Categories : Humanities and History
      Human Factors Engineering & Man Machine System

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE