This volume is focused on the aviation domain. It offers eloquent and carefully reasoned arguments for a human-centered approach to the development and implementation of new technology in aviation. Part I is an overview of automation in aviation and explains both the application of automation and the concept of human-centered automation. Part II traces the evolution and course of aviation automation. This covers air traffic control and management as well as aircraft automation. Part III discusses the role of human operators in the aviation system and human-machine integration in the future system. Part IV looks to the future; it expands on novel concepts and discusses requirements for aviation automation and its certification.... or desirability of providing synoptic (summarized diagrammatic) subsystem information in the cockpit, many pilots and operators ... Subsequent Boeing aircraft (B-747-400, B-777) do incorporate synoptics, but their designers, and FAA in itsanbsp;...
|Author||:||Charles E. Billings|
|Publisher||:||CRC - 1996-11-01|