Development and Testing of an Integrated Display with a Cognitive Guidance Prompt for Improving the Safety of Landing Operations 2000-01-2099
The paper considers an approach for improvement of the safety of landing operations through the development and implementation of LCD-based display, integrating all necessary information and providing it to a pilot in the most convenient, cognitive and relevant form. This information includes both a set of traditional gauges with all relevant constraints optimized in form, place, and color from a pilots’ standpoint, and the outputs from a perspective system supporting pilot’s control actions, providing continuous cognitive prompt in the view of recommended near-optimal road-in-the-sky (calculated for the current conditions in real time). The paper describes general ideas of a proposed integrated indicator and explains its images and symbols. It also includes the results of this indicator testing on a specialized simulator and in a real flight on board a transport aircraft Antonov-72.
Citation: Yakimenko, O., Krjuchkov, L., Demidov, V., Novikov, S. et al., "Development and Testing of an Integrated Display with a Cognitive Guidance Prompt for Improving the Safety of Landing Operations," SAE Technical Paper 2000-01-2099, 2000, https://doi.org/10.4271/2000-01-2099. Download Citation
O. A. Yakimenko, L. A. Krjuchkov, V. V. Demidov, S. M. Novikov, V. Yu. Ushakov
Naval Postgraduate School, Gromov’s State Flight-Research Institute
Advances In Aviation Safety Conference & Exposition
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