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An Evaluation of flight path formats head-up and head-down
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Division, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||George A. Sexton ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 4176., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-4176.|
|Contributions||Sexton, George A., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.|
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In two experiments we examined a number of related factors postulated to influence head-up display (HUD) performance. We addressed the benefit of reduced scanning and the cost of increasing the number of elements in the visual field by comparing a superimposed HUD with an identical display in a head-down position in varying visibility conditions. TopMax will revolutionize how pilots fly their aircraft. The system offers identical operational benefits for both take-off and landing as current Head-Up Displays. However, its operational capabilities largely exceed existing HUD solutions because of: ° full color .
We address both guidance performance and pilot strategies in dividing, focusing, and allocating attention between flight path information and event monitoring. In Experiment 1 the 3D pathway head-up display (HUD) was compared with a conventional 2D HUD. The former was found to produce better guidance, with few costs to event detection. Richards D, Scott S, Furness J, Lamb P, Jordan D, Moore D () Functional symbology—evaluation of task-specific head-up display information for use on a commercial flight deck. In: AIAA modeling and simulation technologies conference Proceedings, AIAA modeling and simulation technologies conference, AIAA AVIATION forum.
(1) Advanced Head-Up Display Evaluation. Head-up displays present information in the pilot’s head-up field-of-view. Head-up guidance systems (HUGS) provide additional information on the optimal flight path and energy management, enabling a pilot to stay head-up in all phases of flight and improving situation awareness. This experiment evaluated the influence of different tunnel and guidance concepts upon pilot situation awareness (SA), mental workload, and flight path tracking performance for Synthetic Vision display concepts using a Head-Up Display (HUD). Two tunnel formats (dynamic, minimal) were evaluated against a baseline condition (no tunnel) during.
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An Evaluation of flight path formats head-up and head-down /(Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Division, ), by George A. Sexton and Langley Research Center (page images at HathiTrust).
A distinction is drawn between the original Head-Up Display, in which guidance is by means of an unreferenced, or unstabilized, flight director (HUD I) and concepts based on the proposal of Lane and Cumming to show displacement, or path error, and flight-path direction in relation to a.
awareness (SA), mental workload, and flight path tracking performance for Synthetic Vision display concepts using a Head-Up Display (HUD). Two pathway formats (dynamic and minimal tunnel presentations) were evaluated against a baseline condition (no tunnel) during simulated instrument meterological conditions approaches to Reno-Tahoe.
Head-up displays (HUD) is a flight instrument that display head up information, superimposed over the outside scene. Human factors evaluation concerns human beings and their characteristics, which is strongly related to equipment function and operational environment.
All of the pilots indicated that they strongly preferred flying flight path PFD formats, either head-down or head-up, over attitude PFD formats found in current aircraft.
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Warrendale, PA: Society of Automotive Engineers. Bray, R. A head-up display format for application to transport aircraft approach and landing (NASA Tech. Memorandum ). Moffett Field, CA: NASA Ames Research Center.
Sandra G. Hart, in Human Factors in Aviation, Head-up and Head-down Transitions. In low-level flight or hovering, the time required to transition between head up (out the window) and head down (in the cockpit) may be tion durations reflect the time required for a physical movement of the pilot's eyes and head, and a change in visual accommodation, light or dark adaptation.
Figure A VOR display - "Flight simulation." Simulator sickness in US army and navy fixed and rotary wing flight simulators. The Light-Line Head-Up Display (HUD) Evaluation is part of an exploratory program being conducted by the Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory, Flight Control.
Two experiments examined the effects of display location (head-up and head-down), display clutter, and display intensity on pilot performance in a general aviation-cruise flight environment.
Unlike this color depiction of SVS on a head down primary flight display, the SVS displayed on a HUD is monochrome – that is, typically, in shades of green. The image indicates a wings level aircraft (i.e. the flight path vector symbol is flat relative to the horizon line and there is.
IFR Flights of "13MIKE" for Versions and A Microsoft Flight Simulator Action Book (), by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller (illustrated HTML at ) Airienteering with "13MIKE", by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller (HTML at ). Costs and Benefits of Head up Displays: An Attention Perspective and a Meta Analysis This paper reports a meta analysis of all studies located in the literature that have compared head up versus head down display of equivalent information, as these displays support both tracking (e.g., flight path control) and discrete event detection.
In-Flight Evaluation of Forward-Looking Integrated Symbology for 4-D Reroutable Helicopter Approach to Blind Landing. Predictor/Flight-Path Display for Manual Longitudinal Control Improvement. A head-up display for low-visibility approach and landing.
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2,pp. 1–A head-up display or heads-up display, also known as a HUD (/ h ʌ d /), is any transparent display that presents data without requiring users to look away from their usual viewpoints.
The origin of the name stems from a pilot being able to view information with the head positioned "up" and looking forward, instead of angled down looking at lower instruments.formation that was presented on the head-up display in the IMC approach mode.
This figure shows the advanced symbology that was used for the test. The format was selected based on previous work done with the FAA in a developmental flight test program. As a comparison to the head-up display, two head-down display config-urations were tested.