Human Factors Recommendations for Airborne Controller-Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLS) Systems: A Synthesis of Research Results and Literature.
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION TECHNICAL CENTER ATLANTIC CITY NJ
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This document provides a synthesis of research results and literature culminating in specific human factors recommendations for Controller-Pilot Data Link Communications CPDLC systems. The report concentrates on two major human factors top areas system operability, and system implementation. System operability includes issues such as display location, crew alerting, and message formatting, etc. System implementation includes issues such as situation awarenessparty line, airspace environment, mixed modality communications, etc. The findings provide a synthesis of past Data Link research and specifically address the work performed by or supported by the Technical Centers Airborne Data Link Group ADLG over the past several years. The goal of the Technical Centers research is to support rulemaking, certification, and the testing of air traffic control ATC systems in end-to-end environments.
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems
- Voice Communications