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addition ADEDS AERONAUTICS AND SPACE aircraft airplane altitude approach axis body center line cockpit combinations computer-generated runway coordinate system cues determine dimensionless Display format display-format treatment drawn EADI electronic display Error evaluation examined experiment eye coordinate F(calculated field of view Figure fixed flight flight-path angle function geometry glide-slope High horizon line horizontal improved indicator inertial integration landing lateral Left localizer located mean and standard measured meters Figure NASA NATIONAL AERONAUTICS object Once performance photographs pilot Pilot treatment plotted position presented PUBLICATIONS Range reference relative relative track REPORTS representing Right runway center line runway threshold scale screen screen coordinate significant difference simulation situation information standard deviation statistical TABLE taken task TECHNICAL test subject track information track-angle U.S. Customary Units value is significant various vector vertical width window
Page 1 - NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, Va. 23665 11. Contract or Grant No.
Page 4 - The evaluation was conducted during 3°i manual straight-in approaches with and without initial localizer offsets. Flight-path tracking performance data and pilot subjective comments were examined with regard to the pilot's ability to capture and maintain localizer and glide slope by using both display formats. The results of the flight tests agree with earlier simulation results and show that the addition of a perspective runway image and relative track information to a base-line electronic display...
Page 3 - Steinmetz, George G. ; Morello, Samuel A.; Knox, Charles E. ; and Person, Lee H. , Jr.: A Piloted-Simulation Evaluation of Two Electronic Display Formats for Approach and Landing.
Page 4 - Values are given in both SI and US Customary Units. The measurements and calculations were made in US Customary Units.