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Cockpit automation concept development for the NUH-60 (STAR) aircraft

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2 Author(s)
D. D. Riley ; Essex Corp., Warminster, PA, USA ; P. G. Stringer

Results of a study performed to derive an automation and avionics integration design concept for the NUH-60 systems testbed for avionics research (STAR) aircraft are presented. The STAR aircraft is being developed by the US Army avionics research and development activity to provide a flight demonstrator and research vehicle for state-of-the-art cockpit technology. A goal was to determine cockpit design preferences associated with single-pilot performance of the US Army scout and utility missions. Emphasis was placed on high-workload phases of the missions during which eyes-out-of-the-cockpit and hands-on-controls performance capabilities would be most crucial. Cockpit design alternatives in the areas of communication, navigation, aircraft survivability equipment (ASE) operations, subsystem status monitoring, and aircraft performance computation and prediction were systematically derived

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Aerospace and Electronics Conference, 1988. NAECON 1988., Proceedings of the IEEE 1988 National

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23-27 May 1988