When a pilot reads back
an ATC clearance or instruction ...
A CHARITY wants us to bring our holiday reads back
home with us - after it found we leave books worth pounds 90million behind every year.
Once that has been entered, the system reads back
directions through a combination of live recording and text-to-speech.
Ruth lies in a coma following her attempted suicide, and as the staff try to come to terms with what has happened, Harry finds her diary and reads back
over her months in the ED department.
If anybody takes an interest in politics and reads back
in history what the Conservatives are capable of they'll never get back in.
The computer records the diagnosis and reads back
the data for verification prior to prompting the cytotech to "sign off" on the completed case.
For example, an out-of-town user can retrieve and forward e-mail and messages by voice command; the command then reads back
over the phone using text-to-speech technology.
New software programs offer even more promise: Braille-translation software also reads back
information entered, and a computer outfitted with voice-recognition software can respond to as many as 200 pre-programmed commands issued by a single person.
When teaching in Florida, Fred Simonds, CFII, listens carefully, always reads back
completely, and hasn't (yet) gotten too close to the terrain.
What if I tell an aircraft, "Cessna Three Four Charlie, hold short Runway 33 at Golf," and all he reads back