Pilots' Monitoring Strategies and Performance on Automated Flight Decks: An Empirical Study Combining Behavioral and Eye-Tracking Data

@article{Sarter2007PilotsMS,
  title={Pilots' Monitoring Strategies and Performance on Automated Flight Decks: An Empirical Study Combining Behavioral and Eye-Tracking Data},
  author={Nadine B. Sarter and Randall J. Mumaw and Christopher D. Wickens},
  journal={Human factors},
  year={2007},
  volume={49 3},
  pages={347-57}
}
OBJECTIVE The objective of the study was to examine pilots' automation monitoring strategies and performance on highly automated commercial flight decks. BACKGROUND A considerable body of research and operational experience has documented breakdowns in pilot-automation coordination on modern flight decks. These breakdowns are often considered symptoms of monitoring failures even though, to date, only limited and mostly anecdotal data exist concerning pilots' monitoring strategies and… CONTINUE READING

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