Airport surface traffic automation, 150, 217

Airport surveillance radar, 86

Airspace capacity, 5, 246

airport capacity and, 179

automation effects, 23

Airspace complexity, 3-4, 23, 245

Airspace density, 3-4, 23, 245

Airways facilities specialists, 64

Alarm design, 32-33

aural advisory, 128

in precision runway monitor/final monitor aid, 143

traffic alert and collision avoidance system, 128

Approach spacing, 139

precision runway monitor/final monitor aid, 139-147

ARC2000, 165

Area navigation, 113

Aural advisory, 128

in precision runway monitor/final monitor aid, 143, 147

Authority structure

for automated certification of maintenance, 196, 197-198

center TRACON automation system and, 163-164

expectations for human-centered automation system, 241

for four-dimensional contracts, 175-176, 177

for free flight, 225, 227, 232, 234-235, 258

for maintaining separation in human-centered automation, 239-240

management of human factors program, 220-224

precision runway monitor/final monitor aid and, 143, 145

recommendations for, 6-7, 246-247, 257-258

residence, 5-6

shifts in perceived authority, 227

for surface movement advisor program, 182

traffic alert and collision avoidance system, 132

Automated radar terminal system, 67, 87, 88

display, 120

in flight information processing system, 118

function, 118, 120

HOST processor and, 120

implementation, 215

pilot-controller communications, 125

reliability, 125

team functioning, 126

technical evolution, 120-121

training requirements, 124-125

workload requirements, 124

Automated surface observing systems, 66, 97

Automated weather observing systems, 66, 97

Automatic dependent surveillance, 95-96

broadcast mode, 101, 250

B

Blackboard systems, 53-54

C

Capacity maturity model, 21

Center TRACON automation system, 36

adaptive automation, 41-43

cognitive task analysis in, 160-161

communications load, 162

compatibility with other systems, 217

complacency effects, 163

computational modeling of systems integration, 207

conflict probe in, 164-165

descent advisor, 157-158

final approach spacing tool, 158

functionality, 156

historical development, 159

human factors in implementation, 159-160, 212

mode errors, 162

organizational issues, 163-164

prospects, 164, 255



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