This paper describes the development and initial experiences of an enhanced scenario visualization system recently introduced at the Swedish Air Force Combat Simulation Centre (FLSC). FLSC provides team training of fast-jet pilots, performs research on training effectiveness and human performance, and simulation-based development and acquisition. The system has been developed in-house, based on an extensive set of experiences and needs among various user groups, to support and enhance the effectiveness of simulator-based team training, as well as research and development programs. It provides enhanced presentations of scenarios, enabling pilots, instructors, training designers, researchers, and operational analysts to observe, reflect, and analyze sorties during and after execution. Initial experiences and reactions are promising, and the paper will address and relate those to other relevant efforts and elaborate on future interesting development paths.
& O'Connell, S. D.
(2011). Enhanced Scenario Visualization for Simulation-Based Training. 16th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 203-208.