Timothy J. Etherington

etherington-tim-142x200Tim Etherington has worked at Rockwell Collins for nearly thirty years and has extensive experience in military and commercial flight deck design and applied human factors. He helped design the flight decks for the Canadair Regional Jet and other business and regional primary flight display systems. He led the perspective, synthetic and enhanced flight deck research at Rockwell Collins including the flight-testing completed with NASA Langley and Air Force Research labs. Mr. Etherington currently conducts flight deck research on-site at NASA Langley in Virginia. He holds an FAA Airline Transport Pilot certificate with a Citation Type Rating and holds fixed wing and rotorcraft ratings. He has authored many scholarly articles for journals, has received patents on numerous aerospace products and has more than 20 disclosures in various stages of consideration, and is an annual presenter at conferences including DASC, HFES, SPIE, and AIAA. In 2014 he was named to Rockwell Collins’ inaugural class of Fellows. Education: MSEE,1987, North Dakota State University