aircraft instrument panel

aircraft instrument panel

[′er‚kraft ′in·strə‚mənt ‚pan·əl]
(aerospace engineering)
A coordinated instrument display arranged to provide the pilot and flight crew with information about the aircraft's speed, altitude, attitude, heading, and condition; also advises the pilot of the aircraft's response to his control efforts.
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Most general aviation aircraft use Safe Flight's stall warning system which produces an aural warning and displays a caution light on the aircraft instrument panel as stall conditions are approached.
The trainer has simulated controls and displays that represent the main F-22 aircraft instrument panel.
The trainer will provide pilots with simulated controls and displays representing the main F-22 aircraft instrument panel.
Supported by a high fidelity tactical environment, the trainer will enable pilots to interact with simulated controls and displays representing the primary F/A-22 aircraft instrument panel.
But the advanced system eliminates 24 duplicated captain and first officer instruments on the aircraft instrument panel, as well as nine shared instruments.
Supported by a high fidelity tactical environment, the trainer will provide pilots with simulated controls and displays representing the main F-22 aircraft instrument panel.
An integrated head tracker cues the software to present information for head-up and head-down displays -- including flight instruments, moving maps, targeting information, and intelligence data -- that will appear to be superimposed on the aircraft instrument panel and on the real world scene outside of the aircraft.
Yesterday, locals backed the SEPA call for action on the radioactivity, caused by dumped World War II aircraft instrument panels.
The magneto-optic device, used in aircraft instrument panels, showed inadvertent switching.
The number of radioactive particles - from dumped World War II aircraft instrument panels - is increasing, with 486 found.
The colorful interface invites users to select several avenues of exploration, including color and black/white video footage of real combat footage from the close of World War II through Korea, Vietnam and Desert Storm, to aircraft instrument panels which users can highlight to learn what each instrument does.
The colorful interface invites users to select several avenues of exploration, including color and black/white video footage of real combat footage from the close of World War II through Korea, Vietnam, and Desert Storm, to aircraft instrument panels which users can highlight to learn what each instrument does.
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