Accession Number ADA589931
Title Supervisory Control Information Management Research (SCIMR).
Publication Date Jun 2013
Media Count 30p
Personal Author A. J. Rowe J. Flach P. Venero T. Hughes
Abstract Advances in automation technologies and their application in supervisory control systems such as unmanned vehicles places an increased demand on the information provided to the supervising operator and the manner in which that information is presented and accessed. The Supervisory Control Information Management Research program was initiated to investigate the issues associated with the role information plays in the coordination of supervisory control systems. A series of investigative studies were conducted focusing on four key aspects of information management that have emerged in the context of ongoing supervisory control systems development, particularly unmanned aerial vehicles. These four key areas include: Mission and Sensor Management, Information Scalability, Information Visualization and Multi-Modal Interfaces. The current report documents the results and findings of these studies and their implications for future supervisory control interface research and development.
Keywords Advanced visualization
Augmented symbology
Control systems
Information management
Information processing
Interfaces
Man machine systems
Multi-modal interfaces
Remotely piloted aircraft
Remotely piloted vehicles
Scalable interfaces
Supervisory control


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 51C - Aircraft
95D - Human Factors Engineering
Corporate Author Air Force Research Lab., Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Human Performance Wing (711th).
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Final rept. 5 Aug 2009-6 Jun 2013.
NTIS Issue Number 1409
Contract Number FA8650-09-D-3900-0006

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