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25 May 2005 Development and evaluation of 2D and 3D exocentric synthetic vision navigation display concepts for commercial aircraft
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NASA's Synthetic Vision Systems (SVS) project is developing technologies with practical applications that will help to eliminate low visibility conditions as a causal factor to civil aircraft accidents while replicating the operational benefits of clear day flight operations, regardless of the actual outside visibility condition. The paper describes experimental evaluation of a multi-mode 3-D exocentric synthetic vision navigation display concept for commercial aircraft. Experimental results evinced the situation awareness benefits of 2-D and 3-D exocentric synthetic vision displays over traditional 2-D co-planar navigation and vertical situation displays. Conclusions and future research directions are discussed.
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Lawrence J. Prinzel III, Lynda J. Kramer, Jarvis James Arthur III, Randall E. Bailey, and Jason L. Sweeters "Development and evaluation of 2D and 3D exocentric synthetic vision navigation display concepts for commercial aircraft", Proc. SPIE 5802, Enhanced and Synthetic Vision 2005, (25 May 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.602931
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