The unified system of photometry applied to remote airfield lighting

@article{Rea2009TheUS,
  title={The unified system of photometry applied to remote airfield lighting},
  author={Mark S. Rea and Z. Yuan and Andrew Bierman},
  journal={Lighting Research \& Technology},
  year={2009},
  volume={41},
  pages={51 - 70}
}
A consortium of American universities was sponsored by the Federal Aviation Administration to develop technical specifications for remote airfield lighting systems that would be used for nighttime operations by general (non-commercial) aircraft. The results from three psychophysical experiments are presented here dealing specifically with the effects of light source intensity, colour and flash frequency on both objective and subjective measures of behaviour under simulated flight conditions. Of… 
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