Data of evaluation different introduction forms with research flight simulator for reduction errors

Published: 18 May 2020| Version 4 | DOI: 10.17632/xcdn5nfmjh.4
Claudius Hammann,


A new concept has been developed to compare different ways of presenting instructions for action for evaluation procedures. The representation forms algorithm, image and text are examined with regard to the number of top events, error frequencies, execution times and subjectively perceived workload. For this purpose, a study was carried out with n = 93 test persons in the research flight simulator, in which the test persons had the task of landing a passenger aircraft using the autopilot with different representation forms. Possible work errors 14 with 11 different steps in the representation. Workload is recorded and eye-tracking was used.



Technische Universitat Munchen Fakultat fur Maschinenwesen


Engineering, Human Error, Flight Simulation