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Human Supervisory Control Issues in Network Centric Warfare
(MIT Humans and Automation Laboratory, 2004)
Network centric warfare (NCW) is a concept of operations that seeks to increase combat power by linking battlespace entities to effectively leverage information superiority. A network centric force must be supported by ...
Mitigation of Human Supervisory Control Wait Times through Automation Strategies
(MIT Humans and Automation Laboratory, 2005)
The application of network centric operations principles to human supervisory control (HSC) domains means that humans are increasingly being asked to manage multiple simultaneous HSC processes. However, increases in the ...
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 ...
Operator Scheduling Strategies in Supervisory Control of Multiple UAVs
(Aerospace Science and Technology, 2007)
The application of network centric operations to time-constrained command and control environments will mean that human operators will be increasingly responsible for multiple simultaneous supervisory control tasks. One ...