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IAP 2006 Activity

Boeing 767 Cockpit Systems and Automation
Dr. Charles Oman, Jonathan Gibbs (MIT Man Vehicle Lab), Brian Nield (Boeing Commercial Airplane), and Colleagues
Tue Jan 17 thru Fri Jan 20, 09am-01:00pm, 33-116;, & Simulator 2-5pm; CBT 6-8pm.

Enrollment limited: advance sign up required (see contact below)
Signup by: 10-Jan-2006
Limited to 12 participants.
Participants requested to attend all sessions (non-series)
Prereq: Basic flight simulator flying skills (see below).

Are you an aero-engineering student, pilot, or serious desktop flight simulator user? Want to understand how transport aircraft systems and automation work? Boeing and MIT Aero/Astro are offering a systems and automation familiarization course corresponding to those taken by Boeing engineers and airline pilots. Classroom lectures and afternoon/evening sessions using a B767-300 desktop flight simulator, computer based training modules, and a real B767 at Logan Airport. You don't have to be a real world pilot, but you should have basic Microsoft flight simulator flying skills. Simulator, computer based training (CBT), Logan airport trip and Stellar web site access limited to 12 preregistrants. Preregistration required by January 10. Morning lectures open to the MIT community -- no registration required.
Web: http://web.mit.edu/aeroastro/flightsimlab/Introduction.htm
Contact: Jon Gibbs, 37-219, (703) 405-9442, jaygibbs@mit.edu
Sponsor: Aeronautics and Astronautics
Latest update: 13-Dec-2005

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