# Crashing into an airport or air gate boundary

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Crashing into an airport or air gate boundary. Colliding at same altitude. Aircrafts need to exit out of the correct Air gates at fast speed, high altitude, and correct heading ( 0 for gate A, 90 for gate B, 180 for gate C and 270 for gate D). I would divide the army up into small groups and tell each group to go to a different road. Then the general should give a signal and each group should access through all the different roads, so in this way all small groups will pass safely over the mines and the army then attack the fortress in full strength.

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Cabin Problem A flight pilot needs to check why the sound system that connects the air traffic controller sound system with the cabin system is not working. His co-pilot is sick and cannot maneuver the flight while he checks on this, so he needs to decide what to do. He decides that he would put his airplane in auto-pilot for a few minutes till he can figure out what is not working. Road Problem A novice truck driver needs to drive his truck on a 300 km straight highway with low traffic. He is currently on kilometer 250, and he does not know where to turn afterwards to reach his final destination. He needs to check different routes on the GPS or make a call to a more experienced trucker to know the path to follow. He decides to set his truck on auto drive for a few minutes till he can make the call or recognize on the GPS the route to follow. The flight pilot from the Cabin problem corresponds to the novice truck driver from the road problem.
• Fall '19
• Usability testing, Usability, Truck, Fixed-wing aircraft, RITE Method

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