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  • SAE ARP 5621 : 2011

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    ELECTRONIC DISPLAY OF AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION (CHARTS)

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Superseded date:  14-12-2020

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  17-01-2011

    Publisher:  SAE International

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    1 SCOPE
      1.1 Background
      1.2 Relation of Electronic to Paper Aeronautical Charts
      1.3 Overview
    2 REFERENCES
      2.1 Applicable Documents
          2.1.1 SAE Publications
          2.1.2 FAA Publications
          2.1.3 ICAO Publications
          2.1.4 RTCA Publications
      2.2 Related Publications
          2.2.1 SAE Publications
          2.2.2 FAA Publications
          2.2.3 RTCA Publications
          2.2.4 NASA Publications
          2.2.5 VOLPE Publications
      2.3 Definitions
          2.3.1 Terms
          2.3.2 Acronyms and Abbreviations
    3 DESIGN PHILOSOPHY
      3.1 Workload/Simplicity
      3.2 Grouping of Information
      3.3 Consistent Placement of Information
      3.4 Clutter
      3.5 Tie to Paper Charts
      3.6 Automation
      3.7 Information Access
      3.8 Forgiveness
      3.9 Modes
    4 DESIGN GUIDELINES
      4.1 Aeronautical Information Display Elements
          4.1.1 Generic Display Element Attributes
          4.1.2 Chart Specific Display Element Attributes
      4.2 Phase of Flight
          4.2.1 Briefing
          4.2.2 Taxi
          4.2.3 Departure
          4.2.4 Enroute
          4.2.5 Arrival
          4.2.6 Approach
          4.2.7 Missed Approach
      4.3 Display Standards
          4.3.1 Information Groups
          4.3.2 Group Locations
          4.3.3 Information Groups for Charts
          4.3.4 Display Formats
          4.3.5 Display Features
          4.3.6 Scaling
          4.3.7 Symbology
          4.3.8 Color
          4.3.9 Electronic Chart Interpretation Requirements
          4.3.10 Visual Conflict Resolution
          4.3.11 Display Device Locations
          4.3.12 Relation to Navigation Display
          4.3.12 Chart Projection
      4.4 Control Standards
          4.4.1 Chart Indexing
          4.4.2 Chart Selection
          4.4.3 Chart Decluttering
          4.4.4 Basic Control Features
          4.4.5 Chart Format Selection Guidelines
          4.4.6 Control of Enroute Charts
          4.4.7 Multiple Chart Display System Considerations
      4.5 Chart System
      4.6 Notice to Airmen (NOTAMs)
          4.6.1 NOTAM Examples
          4.6.2 NOTAM Availability
          4.6.3 NOTAM Applicability
          4.6.4 NOTAM Information Display
    5 CHART GENERATION COMPONENTS
      5.1 Common Database
      5.2 Chart File
      5.3 Display Generation
      5.4 Charting Specifications
    6 NOTES
      6.1 Revision Indicator
      6.2 Key Words
    APPENDIX A ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
    APPENDIX B GLOSSARY
    APPENDIX C ELECTRONIC CHART DISPLAY GROUP LOCATIONS
    APPENDIX D AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION CRITICALITY MATRICES
    APPENDIX E ILLUSTRATIONS

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    Provides a set of user-centered design guidelines for the implementation of data driven electronic aeronautical charts, which dynamically create charts from a database of individual elements.

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    Committee G-10
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher SAE International
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes

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    SAE ARP 5364 : 2003 HUMAN FACTOR CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DESIGN OF MULTIFUNCTION DISPLAY SYSTEMS FOR CIVIL AIRCRAFT
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