Accession Number : ADP007498
Title : A Teamwork Model of Pilot Aiding: Psychological Principles for Mission Management Systems Design,
Corporate Author : ROYAL AIR FORCE FARNBOROUGH (UNITED KINGDOM) INST OF AVIATION MEDICINE
Personal Author(s) : Taylor, R. M. ; Selcon, S. J.
Report Date : MAR 1992
Pagination or Media Count : 14
Abstract : Advances in automation and control/display technology have enabled design effort to focus on how aircrew system interfaces can be created to help perform the mission and to help solve mission problems. Evidence of this development towards a concept of aiding the pilot, rather than replacing pilot functions, comes from recent systems proposed for both ground and airborne mission control and management. Interface design solutions for aircrew systems problems usually evolve pragmatically, based on considerations of convenience, availability, utility, familiarity and operator acceptance.
Descriptors : *FLIGHT CREWS, *DECISION AIDS, *MAN COMPUTER INTERFACE, AIRBORNE, AUTOMATION, AVAILABILITY, CONTROL, FUNCTIONS, MANAGEMENT, MISSIONS, PILOTS, PROBLEM SOLVING.
Subject Categories : Flight Control and Instrumentation
Human Factors Engineering & Man Machine System
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE