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Location is King The housing market may still be barely crawling along, but a new battle for prime real estate is heating up in the aviation industry. I am not talking about traditional real estate properties, but rather the critical user display and control interface space (or real estate) available in the flight deck. In the real estate game, finding the right location for clients is perhaps the most critical element of being successful. “Location” is also an essential piece of successfully designing controls and information displays by finding the appropriate spot for the specific component. In aircraft flight deck design, there is a limited amount of primo real estate available and the top neighborhood for the elite clients is the PFOV district (the Primary Field of View). Only the most important clients are able to gain access to the exclusive PFOV district, the viewing area that provides the best … Continue reading

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