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HF-STD-002, STANDARD PRACTICE: BASELINE REQUIREMENTS FOR COLOR USE IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL DISPLAYS, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION , FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION , HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING GROUP (26 APR 2007)

HF-STD-002, STANDARD PRACTICE: BASELINE REQUIREMENTS FOR COLOR USE IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL DISPLAYS, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION , FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION , HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING GROUP (26 APR 2007)., This standard establishes Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements to prevent generic problems associated with color use in general Air Traffic Control (ATC) displays. This standard also establishes a systematic method to assess the benefits and the potential disadvantages of color use in ATC displays from an ATC operational perspective to ensure that the use of color enhances task performance and does not introduce undesirable safety risks.

HF-STD-002

    
 Status:
Active

 FSC Code:
 HFAC - HUMAN FACTORS

Version:
04-2007104.50 KB HF-STD-002

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