Real-Time Simulation has been used in Air Traffic Control for many years. It has experienced problems of reliability, verisimilitude, specificity and cost. Consoles are increasingly standardized. Control rooms are more alike, more computer-moderated and less industry-specific. The underlying software is more modular. The investment required to perform Real-Time Simulation is decreasing, as it becomes more general. Real-Time Simulation will become part of standard control rooms. Generalized Real-Time Simulation will become an economic and profitable part of the control room design process.
Published in Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 2016
Eds Waterson, P. Sims, R., Hubbard E-M ISBN 978-0-9554225-9-1
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