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Transport Category Airplane Head Up Display (HUD) Systems
- Aerospace Standard
Published January 04, 2008 by SAE International in United States
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The material provided in this document consists of recommendations related to the design, analysis, testing, and intended functions of head up displays (HUDs) for transport category airplanes. The content of the document is limited to statements of general design and installation considerations, including display function criticality and compliance considerations; symbology, coding, clutter, dimensionality, and attention getting requirements; equipment installation; display visual characteristics; failure modes; information display and formatting; specific integrated display and mode; and system verification.
|Aerospace Standard||Minimum Performance Standard for Airborne Head Up Display (HUD)|
|Aerospace Standard||Optical Measurement Procedures for Airborne Head Up Display (HUD)|
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|TABLE 1||CAT I Minimums, Functional Hazard Levels for VFR and IFR Operations (a) Use of HUD as Supplemental Means, (b) use of HUD as Alternate Means|
|TABLE 2||CAT II Operations from 200 ft to 100 ft Height Above Threshold (HAT), Additional or Increased HUD Functional Hazard Levels for “HUD Additional Credit”|
|TABLE 3||CAT IIIa Operations From 100 ft Height Above Threshold (HAT) Through Touchdown, Additional or Increased HUD Functional Hazard Levels for “HUD Additional Credit”|
|TABLE 4||Low Visibility Takeoff (for Reduced Minimums) Using HUD for Takeoff Guidance, Additional or Increased HUD Functional Hazard Levels for “HUD for Additional Credit”|
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A-4HUD Head-up Display Subcommittee
The A-4 Committee/Sub-Committees are responsible for mechanical, electromechanical and electronic cockpit instrumentation standards applicable to all civil aircraft, with emphasis on minimum performance standards intended for reference in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Technical Standard Orders (TSO).
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