The SAE G-10G Realistic Training Committee is a subcommittee of the G-10 Committee. The G-10 Committee focuses on human factors in all facets of aircraft development and operations. The SAE G-10 defines appropriate recommendations that could provide cost effective and efficient operation of aircraft (machine) through the use of aerospace behavioral engineering technology. The group is comprised of various subcommittees dedicated to creating, preparing, and maintaining all relevant specifications, standards, and requirements for addressing human factors in aircraft development and operation. These subcommittees include:
- G-10EAB Executive Advisory Board
- G-10D Color Display
- G-10E Enhanced Vision/Synthetic Vision Systems
- G-10G Realistic Training
- G-10M Multi-Function Display
- G-10J Charting
- G-10P Perspective Flight Guidance
- G-10OL Operational Lasers
- G-10U Unmanned Aerospace Systems
- G-10T Laser Safety Hazards
- G-10W Weather Information Systems
- G-10V Vertical Flight
- G-10A Aeronautical Information System
- G-10WV Wake Vortex
- G-10TDS Touch Interactive Display Systems
- G-10HWD Head Worn Display
Participants in the SAE G-10 committee include OEMs, suppliers, consulting firms, government, academia, and others across the aerospace and defense industries.
Examples of standards development/revision activities
- ARP6378 Guidance on Mitigation Strategies for Laser Illumination Hazards
- ARP6377 Behavioral Engineering Technology Recommended Practices for Implementation of Head Worn Displays
- ARP5293A Safety Considerations for Lasers Projected in the Navigable Airspace
- ARP5572A Control Measures for Laser Safety in the Navigable Airspace
Recently published documents
- ARP5535A Observers for Laser Safety in the Navigable Airspace
- ARP5740 Cockpit Display of Data Linked Weather Information
- ARP6467 Human Factors Minimum Requirements and Recommendations for the Flight Deck Display of Data Linked Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs)
- ARP5560 Safety Considerations for High-Intensity Lights (HIL) Directed into the Navigable Airspace
Work Conducted via: E-mail, teleconference, face-to-face meeting, Webex.
Preferred Skills/Qualifications/Experience: Expertise in the technology of the specific committee, understanding of the role and use of standards, good communication skills, is willing to work towards consensus agreements
Benefits of Participation: Volunteers have the opportunity to help develop globally used standards of interest to the member and the opportunity to meet with peers to discuss technical issues of mutual interest.
Leadership Skills Obtained in this Role: Volunteers will work as a team and have the opportunity to assume committee leadership positions.
Time Commitment: Commitment varies based on the particular committee meeting schedule. The member should be able to attend most face to face meetings and teleconferencing events as well as provide input into the development of standards between meetings. Member must also respond to document ballots through the year.