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Location of and Display Symbology Requirements for Head-Down Electronic Flight Displays for Steep IMC Approaches

2020-12-09
CURRENT
ARP5119A
The recommendations of this document apply to such aircraft as are able to perform both normal angle and steep IMC approaches, the latter being defined as those approaches having a final approach segment angle greater than 4°. Such aircraft can include both conventional and STOL fixed-wing aircraft, commercial air transport and/or utility and normal category helicopters, compound helicopters and powered lift vehicles (tiltrotors, tiltfans, tiltwings, etc.).
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Electronic Displays

2007-07-10
CURRENT
ARP4102/7
This document recommends criteria for electronic displays on the flight deck of transport aircraft. Electronic displays include electronic flight instruments, alert displays, aircraft system displays and control/display units for flight management and radio management systems. ...Electronic displays include electronic flight instruments, alert displays, aircraft system displays and control/display units for flight management and radio management systems.
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Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) Displays

2016-03-16
CURRENT
AS6296
Information displays, which may include navigation displays used for situation awareness only, supplemental data, and maintenance and documentation displays. Display Systems including a Display Unit (display) and a symbol generator. The display functions herein were based on the display aspects of functions covered by previous TSOs that included an end-to-end system, including sensors. ...This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) specifies minimum performance standards for Electronic Flight Information System (EFIS) displays that are head-down and intended for use in the flight deck by the flight crew in all 14 CFR Part 23, 25, 27, and 29 aircraft. ...The requirements and recommendations in this document are intended to apply to, but are not limited to, the following types of display functions: Primary Flight and Primary Navigation displays, including vertical situation and horizontal situation functions.
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Location of and Display Symbology Requirements for Head-Down Electronic Flight Displays for Steep IMC Approaches

2013-01-15
HISTORICAL
ARP5119
The recommendations of this document apply to such aircraft as are able to perform both normal angle and steep IMC approaches, the latter being defined as those approaches having a final approach segment angle greater than 4°. Such aircraft can include both conventional and STOL fixed-wing aircraft, commercial air transport and/or utility and normal category helicopters, compound helicopters and powered lift vehicles (tiltrotors, tiltfans, tiltwings, etc.).
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ELECTRONIC FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS (EFI)

2013-06-01
CURRENT
ARINC725-2
The EFI provides display functions that include Attitude Director Indicator (ADI), Horizontal Situation Indicator (HSI), Air Data, Map display, Weather display, Radio Altitude data, Flight Control Mode annunciation, Flight Path information, and Flight Warning display. ...The EFI provides display functions that include Attitude Director Indicator (ADI), Horizontal Situation Indicator (HSI), Air Data, Map display, Weather display, Radio Altitude data, Flight Control Mode annunciation, Flight Path information, and Flight Warning display....The EFI provides display functions that include Attitude Director Indicator (ADI), Horizontal Situation Indicator (HSI), Air Data, Map display, Weather display, Radio Altitude data, Flight Control Mode annunciation, Flight Path information, and Flight Warning display.
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Minimum Performance Standard for Airborne Multipurpose Electronic Displays

2018-07-30
CURRENT
AS8034C
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) specifies minimum performance standards for all types of electronic displays and electronic display systems that are intended for use in the flight deck by the flight crew in all 14 CFR Part 23, 25, 27, and 29 aircraft. ...The requirements and recommendations in this document are intended to apply to all installed electronic displays and electronic display systems including those that have a touch screen interface within the flight deck, regardless of intended function, criticality, or location within the flight deck, but may also be used for non-installed electronic displays. ...Information displays which may include navigation displays used for situation awareness only, supplemental data displays, and maintenance displays. Electronic displays can include one or more of the following interconnected components.
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Photometric and Colorimetric Measurement Procedures for Airborne Electronic Flat Panel Displays

2019-09-17
CURRENT
ARP4260B
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) contains methods used to measure the optical performance of airborne electronic flat panel display (FPD) systems. The methods described are specific to the direct view, liquid crystal matrix (x-y addressable) display technology used on aircraft flight decks. ...The methods described are specific to the direct view, liquid crystal matrix (x-y addressable) display technology used on aircraft flight decks. The focus of this document is on active matrix, liquid crystal displays (LCD). ...The focus of this document is on active matrix, liquid crystal displays (LCD). The majority of the procedures can be applied to other display technologies, however, it is cautioned that some techniques need to be tailored to different display technologies.
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Human Interface Criteria for Flight Deck Surface Operations Displays

2020-12-22
CURRENT
ARP5898A
This document sets forth functional and design recommendations concerning the human factors issues and criteria for flight deck display of surface operations information. It is assumed that the system will have a human centered design based on the “lessons learned” from past systems, with simple operation, consistent performance, and intuitive use, without negative transfer of information. ...The visual and aural characteristics are covered for both the alerting components and surface operations display components. The display system may contain any one or a combination of these components. ...The assumptions about the system that guided and bounded the recommendations contained in this document include: The system is a flight-deck-based system displaying surface operations information to the flight crew in visibility conditions down to and including CAT IIIb or under a Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (SMGCS) When available, multiple sources of data will be used to provide the flight crew with the best available information The system will be capable of worldwide operation At least initially, paper and/or electronic versions of the surface charts will still exist and be available to the flight crew There will be pilot-in-the-loop/manual involvement in any path changes Information will be accessible by appropriate flight crew members The system will be based on the English language, but other languages may be considered The system will be available full time during all ground operations Ground operations are defined as the time from the gate to 1000 feet AGL or the departure end of the runway on departure and from 1000 feet AGL to the gate on approach.
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Flight Deck Head-Up Displays

2007-07-10
CURRENT
ARP4102/8A
The recommendations are applicable to HUD systems for transport category aircraft, which display flight information (focused at infinity) in the forward field of view. The HUD total system requirement recommendations shall primarily lead to certifiable fail-passive CAT III characteristics and performance. ...This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) recommends criteria for the design and installation of Head-Up Display (HUD) systems. The recommendations are applicable to HUD systems for transport category aircraft, which display flight information (focused at infinity) in the forward field of view. ...This document does not address devices for peripheral vision of displays worn by the pilot, nor the presentation of Enhanced Vision System (EVS) information.
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FLIGHT RECORDER ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTATION (FRED)

2009-07-01
CURRENT
ARINC647A-ER1
This specification is an international standard defining the content and format of electronic files which document Flight Data Recording systems. The FRED specification is an expansion of the Flight Recorder Configuration Standard (FRCS) and is intended to provide guidelines for software systems designers and developers of ground support equipment for flight data recorders. ...The FRED specification is an expansion of the Flight Recorder Configuration Standard (FRCS) and is intended to provide guidelines for software systems designers and developers of ground support equipment for flight data recorders. ...The FRED specification is an expansion of the Flight Recorder Configuration Standard (FRCS) and is intended to provide guidelines for software systems designers and developers of ground support equipment for flight data recorders. The FRED specification has been developed to facilitate the exchange of Flight Data Recorder (FDR) documentation between aircraft manufacturers, operators, and government agencies.
Standard

FLIGHT DECK PANELS, CONTROLS, AND DISPLAYS

2007-07-10
CURRENT
ARP4102
This document recommends criteria for the design, installation and operation of panels, controls, and displays on the flight deck of transport aircraft.
Standard

ELECTRONIC CHRONOMETER

1998-11-30
CURRENT
ARINC731-3
This standard sets forth the characteristics for a self-contained Electronic Chronometer for installation in all types of commercial transport aircraft. It provides the following indications to the flight crew, Time of Day, Day and Month, Elapsed Time and Chronograph. ...It provides the following indications to the flight crew, Time of Day, Day and Month, Elapsed Time and Chronograph.
Standard

ELECTRONIC FLIGHT BAG (EFB) APPLICATION CONTROL INTERFACE (ACI) STANDARD

2012-11-20
CURRENT
ARINC840-2
The document defines a common software interface boundary between Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) application software and the EFB platform. The standard interface will allow EFB applications to be launched and controlled independent of other EFB applications. ...Supplement 2 provides enhancements to the original specification, including a data repository service where common flight data parameters can be used among several applications running on the EFB. A virtual keyboard and line printer service is also included.
Technical Paper

Flight Deck Displays for Managing Wind Shear Encounters

1984-10-01
841465
Rate of change of total energy is measured and compared to vertical speed, the difference being change of vertical speed if the shear continues. Flight path angles are presented on an Electronic Attitude Indicator. An airspeed instrument was designed with two needles, one showing speed and the other speed plus rate of change of speed. ...Two new concepts and three displays were designed and tested to provide an airplane pilot with current and predictive indications of wind shear encounter and response. ...The instrumentation system was flight tested in a twin engine aircraft. The concepts and implementation received favorable ratings from experimental test pilots.
Technical Paper

Developing Effective Human Engineering Standards for Color Flight Displays

1987-11-13
872424
Finally the ARP was developed in cooperation with the operational community, including important input from the SAE S-7 (Flight Deck) and A-4 (Electronic Displays) committees....The new color display Aerospace Recommended Practice. ARP 4032, now undergoing final approval by SAE represents a significant improvement in the documentation of useful human engineering data. ...Working with operationally defined requirements for effective color displays, a subcommittee of the SAE G-10 (Aerospace Behavioral Engineering Technology) committee has developed an ARP which translates the operational objectives outlined by the pilot community into specific functional requirements and test procedures which can be used by engineers to assure that color CRT displays will perform properly under all operational conditions.
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DESIGN OBJECTIVES FOR CRT DISPLAYS FOR PART 25 (TRANSPORT) AIRCRAFT

2008-01-04
CURRENT
ARP1874
This ARP covers CRT electronic display devices, both single color and multicolor, and is applicable to the following types of displays: Type I: Flight and Navigation Displays Type II: Engine, Systems and Warning Displays Type III: Control Displays ...This ARP covers CRT electronic display devices, both single color and multicolor, and is applicable to the following types of displays: Type I: Flight and Navigation Displays Type II: Engine, Systems and Warning Displays Type III: Control Displays ...This ARP covers CRT electronic display devices, both single color and multicolor, and is applicable to the following types of displays: Type I: Flight and Navigation Displays Type II: Engine, Systems and Warning Displays Type III: Control Displays
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