Now showing items 1-5 of 5
Predicting Controller Capacity in Remote Supervision of Multiple Unmanned Vehicles
In the future vision of allowing a single operator to remotely control multiple unmanned vehicles, it is not well understood what cognitive constraints limit how many vehicles and related tasks a single operator can manage. ...
The Need for Command and Control Instant Message Adaptive Interfaces: Lessons Learned from Tactical Tomahawk Human-in-the-Loop Simulations
(CyberPsychology and Behavior, 2004)
In the recent development of a human-in-the-loop simulation test bed designed to examine human performance issues for supervisory control of the Navy’s new Tactical Tomahawk missile, measurements of operator situation ...
Automation Architecture for Single Operator, Multiple UAV Command and Control,
(The International Command and Control Journal, 2007)
In light of the Office of the Secretary Defense’s Roadmap for unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), there is a critical need for research examining human interaction with heterogeneous unmanned vehicles. The OSD Roadmap clearly ...
Identifying Predictive Metrics for Supervisory Control of Multiple Robots
(IEEE Transactions on Robotics, 2007)
In recent years, much research has focused on making possible single operator control of multiple robots. In these high workload situations, many questions arise including how many robots should be in the team, which ...
Global vs. local decision support for multiple independent UAV schedule management
(International Journal of Applied Decision Science, 2010)
As unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) become increasingly autonomous, time-critical and complex single-operator systems will require advance prediction and mitigation of schedule conflicts. However, actions that mitigate a ...