Date of Award
Thesis - Open Access
Master of Science in Human Factors & Systems
Human Factors and Systems
Shawn Doherty, Ph.D.
First Committee Member
Dahai Liu, Ph.D.
Second Committee Member
Nickolas D. Macchiarella, Ph.D.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate different types of temporal guidance symbol sets in 4]Dimensional displays. Different displays were evaluated using situation awareness (SA) as a dependent measure. Participants were a mixture of non]pilots and pilots with an average flight time of 155 hours. All 24 participants were randomly assigned to their experimental condition. Objective SA data was collected during the experiment. After the experiment, each participant completed a subjective questionnaire. No significance was found between the pilots and non-pilots. No significance was found between types of displays. And, no interaction was found between groups.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Schmidt, Erik D., "An Evaluation of RTA Symbols to Improve Pilot Situation Awareness" (2012). PhD Dissertations and Master's Theses. 127.