Simultaneous Design of Cockpit Display of Traffic Information and Air Traffic Management Procedures 985543
This paper examines two general considerations for designers of CDTI: the information required for intended applications, and the mechanisms capable for providing the pilot with that information. Methods for defining information requirements are summarized, and a case study using control theory analysis is given. The information available from procedures and from CDTI are compared. Finally, suggestions are given for the design of CDTI and air traffic procedures.