Effect of predictive and reactive flying on pilot performance for segmented approaches

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This paper addresses the affect of the reactive nature of flying with conventional cockpit instruments on the accuracy and pilot workload when flying an airplane over a segmented approach to landing. Whether flying with conventional instrumentation or with a predictive instrumentation system such as highway-in-the-sky, the pilot's job is simplified if the… (More)

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@article{Davis2005EffectOP, title={Effect of predictive and reactive flying on pilot performance for segmented approaches}, author={R Craig Davis and D. P. Wilt and James T. Henion and Kai Alter and Pamela Claire Snow}, journal={24th Digital Avionics Systems Conference}, year={2005}, volume={2}, pages={7 pp. Vol. 2-} }