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HUMAN ENGINEERING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DATA LINK SYSTEMS
- Aerospace Standard
Published February 16, 2008 by SAE International in United States
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This document sets forth general, functional, procedural, and design criteria and recommendations concerning human engineering of data link systems. The recommendations are based on limited evidence from empirical and analytic studies of simulated data link communication, and on experience from operational tests and actual use of data link. However, because data are not yet available to support recommendations on all potentially critical human engineering issues these recommendations necessarily go beyond the data link research and include requirements based on related research and human factors engineering practice. It is also recognized that evolution of these recommendations will be appropriate as experience with data link accumulates and new applications are implemented.
This document focuses primarily on recommendations for data link communications between an air traffic specialist and a pilot, i.e., air traffic services communications, although some recommendations address use of data link for flight information services. Unless otherwise specified within the text, all recommendations apply to both flight deck and ground-based data link systems.
This document is intended as a guide for development and evaluation of data link systems. Human engineering considerations are an important element of data link system performance. As illustrated in Figure 1, human engineering recommendations address many component functions required for effective data link communication services in the operational environment. For presentation purposes, the recommendations are divided into five sections: General, functional, procedures, flight deck/air traffic service (ATS) workstation integration, and human-computer interface. To facilitate understanding and use of this document appropriate cross-references to interrelated recommendations appear in parentheses throughout the text.
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The SAE G-10 Aerospace Behavioral Engineering Technology committee focuses on human factors in all facets of aircraft development and operations. It defines appropriate recommendations that could provide cost effective and efficient operation of aircraft (machine) through the use of aerospace behavioral engineering technology. The group is comprised of 18 subcommittees dedicated to creating, preparing, and maintaining all relevant specifications, standards, and requirements for addressing human factors in aircraft development and operation. These subcommittees include:G-10EAB Executive Advisory Board G-10D Color Displays G-10G Realistic Training G-10H Head-Up Displays G-10HF Human Factors Flight Deck Design G-10J Charting G-10M Vertical Flight G-10T Laser Safety Hazards G-10MFD Multifunction Displays G-10SVS Synthetic Vision Systems Participants in the SAE G-10 committee include OEMs, suppliers, consulting firms, government, academia, and others across the aerospace and defense industries.
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