a. Should not give audible and visible caution and warning
alerts when all systems are operating normally.
b. Should reduce aircrew information assimilation and memory
c. Should minimize the time required for the aircrew to detect
and to assess failure conditions and to initiate corrective actions.
d. Should provide visual alerts which can be detected and
understood easily under high altitude, high ambient light and critical
conditions; such as, high-G, high workload, high stress, low light
e. Should be standardized to maximize recognizability.
f. Should provide for alerting system growth capability in a
form that does not necessitate additional system