Seeing, Not Believing: Incident Shows Limitations Of Synthetic Vision Systems

In the 1960s and ’70s most sophisticated aircraft instrument panels were little different from those developed during World War II. Symbology — what there was of it — was white on a black background; attitude indicators comprised a horizon bar and aircraft symbol; directional gyros had to be caged...

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