spatial disorientation

Australian Pilot Develops ‘GO Light’ System to Mitigate Spatial Disorientation

Wednesday, July 16, 2014
By George Hatcher
Australian Pilot Develops ‘GO Light’ System to Mitigate Spatial Disorientation

An Australian pilot, Russell Crane, has invented a Green Orientation Light (GO Light) system, which can help solve the spatial disorientation problem. “Presently, to verify orientation when there are no visual cues, the pilot has to focus on their small attitude indicator (AI) instrument… However, this verification requires the pilot firstly to recognise that... »

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