Toward an augmented cockpit.
In: Vincenzi, DA and Mouloua, M and Hancock, PA, (eds.)
HUMAN PERFORMANCE, SITUATION AWARENESS AND AUTOMATION: CURRENT RESEARCH AND TRENDS, VOL 2.
(pp. 65 - 69).
LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOC PUBL
This effort seeks to demonstrate principles of adaptive automation, based on the cognitive-affective status of personnel and the current mission requirements, by combining key enabling technologies, including the support of decision making and the identification of operator status. The fused output from these technologies allows for the adaptive control of interfaces and dynamic function allocation. These systems are integrated using principles of cognitive engineering, and demonstrated in a fast jet simulation environment during a realistic military mission.These sub-systems are integrated into the augmented cockpit. This provides a test bed for examining the principles and practice for augmenting cognition in the fast jet environment.
|Title:||Toward an augmented cockpit|
|Event:||2nd Conference on Human Performance, Situation Awareness and Automation (HPSAA II)|
|Location:||Daytona Beach, FL|
|Dates:||2004-03-22 - 2004-03-25|
|Keywords:||augmented cognition, adaptive automation, dynamic function allocation, cognitive cockpit|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS
UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences
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