ARP-5364: Human Factors Criteria for the Design of Multifunction Displays for Transport Category Aircraft 1999-01-5546
The rapid implementation of multifunction display (MFD) designs in new aircraft has increased the need for aerospace recommended practices (ARP) for use by manufacturers and users. The large amount of information available for display creates a number of human factors problems that must be addressed in the design phase in order to produce a safe and usable display system. Color, clutter, prioritization, switching, symbology, and compatibility are only a few of the areas that require guidance. This presentation will review the work to date by the SAE G-10 Multifunction Display Subcommittee on an ARP that will address these issues and others.