Advanced Integrated Aircraft Displays and Augmented Flight Control.
Final scientific rept. 1973-1976,
ILLINOIS UNIV AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN SAVOY AVIATION RESEARCH LAB
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The Aviation Research Laboratory of the University of Illinois has investigated integrated computer-generated symbolic displays and computer-augmented flight control for the Office of Naval Research. The research was directed toward 1 the isolation of minimum sets of visual image cues sufficient for spatial and geographic orientation in the various ground-referenced phases of representative flight missions, 2 the generation and spatially integrated presentation of computed guidance commands and fast-time flight path predictors, and 3 the matching of the dynamic temporal relationships among these display indications for compatibility with computer-augmented flight performance control dynamics, both within each ground-referenced mission phase and during transitions between phases. The investigative program drew selectively upon past work done principally under ONR sponsorship or partial sponsorship, including the ANIP and JANAIR programs. Author
- Flight Control and Instrumentation
- Computer Programming and Software