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Handbook of Human Performance Measures and Crew Requirements for Flight Deck Research
  • Published Date:
    1995-12-01
  • Language:
    English
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    NTL-AVIATION-AVIATION ; NTL-AVIATION-Aviation Human Factors ; NTL-REFERENCES AND DIRECTORIES-REFERENCES AND DIRECTORIES ;
  • Abstract:
    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Technical Center envisions that their

    studies will require standard measure of pilot/crew performance. Therefore,

    the FAA commissioned the Crew System Ergonomics Information Analysis Center

    (CSERIAC) to (1) identify state-of-the-art pilot/crew performance measures in

    selected areas of interest, (2) provide guidance material to allow the FAA

    Technical Center to determine appropriate measures for a given study

    classification, and (3) provide guidelines on pilot subject characteristics

    used in their studies. Adhering to accepted standards will allow performance

    data to be translated between FAA studies and generalized across other

    government and industry partners. Three areas of human performance that have

    achieved the most attention in the literature are: workload, situational

    awareness, and vigilance. An extensive literature search was conducted on each

    of these areas and leading experts in the human performance research industry

    were consulted. The tools and techniques used to measure each of these three

    areas are investigated. Guidelines are provided to assist the human factors

    practitioner in choosing the most appropriate performance measure for a given

    study classification (e.g., part-task, full mission, end-to-end). A set of

    criteria and guidelines on pilot subject characteristics, such as, number of

    subjects, experience level required, and the use of different airline flight

    crews, is also provided. Bibliography (10p) 93p. Performed under contract

    DLA900-88-D-0393.

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