Evaluation of interfaces for pilot-air traffic control data link communications
Conference Proceeding Article
A human-in-the-loop study was conducted to examine the performance of four interfaces configurations for Pilot-Air Traffic Controller Data Link Communications. For simple communications tasks, there was little difference in performance (task completion time, accuracy, and efficiency) among the four interface configurations. As the level of task difficulty increased, a dual-interface configuration with separate functionality on each interface enabled the most rapid performance, with completion times approximately 40% less than those of single-interface configurations. Single-interface configurations were also found to incur higher workload according to the NASA Task Load Index.
Business | Transportation
Strategy and Organisation
18th DASC: 18th Digital Avionics Systems Conference: Proceedings: St. Louis, Missouri, October 24-29, 1999
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FAN, Terence P. C. and Kuchar, J. K..
Evaluation of interfaces for pilot-air traffic control data link communications. (1999). 18th DASC: 18th Digital Avionics Systems Conference: Proceedings: St. Louis, Missouri, October 24-29, 1999. 1, 4.A.5-1-4.A.5-8. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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