The Texas A&M University VSCL has been awarded Phase I of a two year project from the Civil Aerospace Medical Institute (CAMI) to research human performance impacts of head-worn displays for general aviation. The technical objective of the project is to develop a means for evaluating human factors aspects for Head Mounted Displays (HMD) for Enhanced Vision System technologies. A Human Factors suitability study of the technology for enhancing Cat I landings of General Aviation pilots will be conducted using the Engineering Flight Simulator in 2018. The PI of this project is Dr. John Valasek of the Texas A&M University Department of Aerospace Engineering, and the Co-PI of this project is Dr. Thomas Ferris of the Texas A&M University Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering. VSCL students working on this project are Master of Engineering student Emily Fojtik (B. S. Aerospace Engineering ‘17, Texas A&M University), and undergraduate research assistants Allison Daveid, Alexandra Heinimann, and Mia Brown.