Accession Number : ADA326336
Title : Identification of Advanced Technology Crew Station Decision Points and Information Requirements.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : NAVAL AIR DEVELOPMENT CENTER WARMINSTER PA AIR VEHICLE AND CREW SYSTEMS TECHN OLOGY DEPT
Personal Author(s) : Cohen, David
PDF Url : ADA326336
Report Date : JAN 1990
Pagination or Media Count : 356
Abstract : The Advanced Technology Crew Station (ATCS) program is producing an integrated, pilot-centered aircraft design methodology. This methodology mandates that aircraft design specifications be driven by mission-related, pilot information requirements. This report provides the pilot information requirements for advanced fighter/attack aircraft (year 2005+) missions (combat air patrol, deck launched intercept, and strike). The procedures employed identified decision points in mission task analyses and subsequently the information needed by the pilot to make the decisions. Also, a pilot cognitive workload correlate to decision points is discussed.
Descriptors : *PILOTS, *MAN COMPUTER INTERFACE, REQUIREMENTS, STATIONS, METHODOLOGY, DECISION MAKING, FLIGHT CREWS, MISSION PROFILES, SPECIFICATIONS, COGNITION, AIRBORNE, INTERCEPTION, MISSIONS, ATTACK AIRCRAFT, JET FIGHTERS, WORKLOAD, ADVANCED WEAPONS, INFORMATION PROCESSING, COMBAT PATROLS, SHIP LAUNCHED, AIRCRAFT DESIGN.
Subject Categories : Aircraft
Human Factors Engineering & Man Machine System
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE