Instructor Station Display for Use in T-37 Flight Simulation Training
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DAYTON UNIV OH RESEARCH INST
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This study produced the design for an integrated visual display for the instructoroperator station IOS of the Advanced Simulator for Pilot Training ASPT. The study was accomplished in two steps. First, a survey of T- 37 instructor pilots IPs was conducted to define the information requirements for an ASPT IOS integrated visual display for use in T-37 undergraduate pilot training. A questionnaire was developed and used in the survey. It contained a comprehensive listing of flight information items, and the IP subjects were asked to rate each item in terms of the requirements for use in the display. The questionnaire rating data were statistically analyzed to determine which items should be retained for inclusion in the display and which items could be eliminated. In the second step of the study, display symbology was determined for each item retained using MIL-STD-884C and other relevant design specifications, and three integrated display modes of operation were designed. Each display mode design incorporates various display symbols to provide the required display information.
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