In the context of future airspace organization, an EID-inspired pilot support tool to support for airborne selfseparation in cruise flight was developed and evaluated through pilot experiments. This paper describes follow-up research concerning the shift from the original no-intent design to a novel intent-based design. It analyses how the information exchange of the autopilot speed and heading settings, and the next trajectory change, can be introduced in the current design in the horizontal plane.
Van Dam, S.,
& van Paassen, M.
(2007). Visualization of Maneuver Constraints for Airborne Self-Separation: Use of Intent Information. 2007 International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 714-719.