Pilot Performance: Assessing How Scan Patterns & Navigational Assessments Vary by Flight Expertise
Yang, Ji Hyun
Fricker, Ronald D. Jr.
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Introduction: Helicopter overland navigation is a cognitively complex task that requires continuous monitoring of system and environment parameters and many hours of training to master. This study investigated the effect of expertise on pilots‟ gaze measurements, navigation accuracy, and subjective assessment of their navigation accuracy in overland navigation on easy and difficult routes.
Boston, MA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Proceedings, 56:1, 1406-1410.
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