Dynamic Measurement of Pilot Situation Awareness
This study mainly concentrated on ergonomics evaluation of the pilot situational awareness (SA) based on flight simulation platform and validation of prediction dynamic model according to the experimental result. The experiment scenario was designed as typical right-hand traffic pattern flight task. And situation awareness global assessment technique (SAGAT) method was used to measure the changing tendency of SA during the entire flight task, that the effectiveness of prediction model was verified by regression analysis. Moreover, online test of cognition capability was adopted to examine the relevance of SA under flight simulation task. The experiment revealed that the prediction model was validated with reasonable effectiveness, and SA of different subject varied, which was correlated with characteristics of cognition capability.
KeywordsSituational awareness Dynamic measurement Flight simulation task Ergonomics experiment Cognition capability
This study was financially supported by Foundation of Key Laboratory of Science and Technology for National Defense (Program Grant No. 9140C770102140C77313).
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