Degraded visual environments (DVE) such as brownout, sand storms, and night conditions are responsible for accidents and hence losses in the aviation industry. There is a need to develop avionic systems to support pilots when they encounter environmental conditions that compromise their visual capacity. This report discusses the effects of DVEs on aviation, expounds on the advanced avionic systems available and further elaborates how these systems are implemented in countering DVE conditions. The report recommends on how advanced avionics systems have been and are being implemented in aircrafts to support decisions made by pilots flying under degraded visual environments.
The authors would like to express their gratitude towards School of Engineering, Emirates Aviation University, Dubai for providing the necessary infrastructure to carry out this work successfully.
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JACOB, A. A.
The Impacts of Advanced Avionics on Degraded Visual Environments.
International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace,
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