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An Evaluation of Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS) Flight Deck Display Presentation Options
Technical note for period ending Dec 1992
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION TECHNICAL CENTER ATLANTIC CITY NJ
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This document describes the first of three studies relating to human factors aspects in the flight deck display of Automatic Terminal Information Service ATIS. This research is being conducted by the Federal Aviation Administration FAA Technical Center. The first part-task study examined basic format design variables. Its purpose was to begin addressing flight deck design issues pertinent to the design of the tower ATIS workstation and, collect data relevant to standard and certification groups within the FAA. Future studies in an FAA Technical Center high-fidelity mock-up and various aircraft simulators will examine full mission issues, such as procedures, equipment mechanization, and automation. Avionics data link human factors, Automatic Terminal Information Service ATIS, Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System ACARS.
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