Post Mortem Review . HFS500 Fall 2012. Course Goals. Be able to navigate systems development Familiarity with philosophies and methods of systems development their implications for HF & alternatives. \. Familiarity with methods: A Check Goods and Others. Just Checking….
HFS500 Fall 2012
Crew interface usability shall be verified by analysis (TBR-006-056). An analysis shall consist of usability evaluations using 20 participants who are crew or representative of the crew population. Per usability evaluation guidelines, as described in "Usability Engineering" (1993)by Jakob Nielsen, participants will be asked to perform a set of high-fidelity onboard tasks in a flight-like simulator or mockup using the crew interface. The usability error rate will be computed as a percentage, (i.e., ratio of number of errors to number of task steps performed).The verification shall be considered successful when the analysis shows that usability error rate is less than or equal to 5% (TBR-006-072). [HS7066V]
For Mission training, the training software must support the injection of simulated mission events on top of a live or recorded background data stream under instructor control and replay of recorded historic or simulated events, with X-Launch/SKREP simulator scenarios able to be modified interactively by the instructor.
Given the potential that one or more pilots may lose situation awareness and need to know which aircraft are live, i.e., pose true safety risks, a person with exercise oversight shall have a means of revealing which aircraft are live and which are not.