Introduction of glass cockpit avionics into light aircraft safety study ntsb ss 01 10 pb2010 917001 national transportation safety board ntsb ss 10 01 pb2010 917001 notation 7954a adopted march 9 2010 safety study introduction of glass cockpit avionics into light aircraft transition to glass cockpits in light aircraft . The results of this study suggest that for the aircraft and time period studied the introduction of glass cockpit pfds has not yet resulted in the anticipated improvement in safety when compared to similar aircraft with conventional instruments. Introduction of glass cockpit avionics into light aircraft initiated this study to determine if the transition to glass cockpits in light aircraft has improved the safety record of those aircraft the results of this study suggest that the introduction of glass cockpits has not resulted in a measurable improvement in safety when . In statistical terms conventionally equipped aircraft was the control group glass cockpit aircraft was the response group in a well designed cohort study the two groups share all the same characteristics except the independent variable under study the panel in the ntsb study the aircraft were similar in make model and age
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