This is the second installment in a two-part report on pilot-computer interface problems in automated aircraft. The first part appeared Jan. 30. This report was prepared by a team of editors including David Hughes in Boston, Michael A. Dornheim in Los Angeles, Managing Editor David M. North, Edward H. Phillips and Bruce D. Nordwall in Washington, Pierre Sparaco in Paris and William B. Scott in Colorado Springs. Six of the editors are pilots and one is a former flight test engineer. ...
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