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2005 UAV WORKSHOP
 

Workshop Sponsors
» Micro Analysis and Design
» Air Force Office of Scientific Research
» Air Force Research Laboratory
» Federal Aviation Administration

Objective
The term “unmanned” is misleading when used in the context of UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles). UAV operations involve plenty of people ranging from those in the UAV ground control station and Air Operations Center to those in nearby manned aircraft. Analogies of UAV operations to manned flight or air traffic control tasks misrepresent the complexity of UAV operations. Trends toward reduced staffing of operations, increased number of vehicles to control, and integration with other air operations and combat functions are all associated with critical human factors issues. This workshop follows on the heels of the highly successful First Annual Human Factors of UAVs Workshop. The objective of this workshop is to unite the human factors research community with the UAV operational community and UAV developers to identify the critical human factors challenges associated with UAV operations and provide a venue for disseminating peer-reviewed research results in this growing area. This year, in addition to research papers focusing on human factors issues pertinent to UAVs, we are especially interested in hearing perspectives from UAV pilots/operators and in demonstrations of new UAV technology especially pertaining to more useful and useable UAV systems.

Presentations
Nancy Cooke Ph.D., Olena Connor, & Harry Pedersen; Acquisition and and Retention of Team UAV Retention of Team UAV Skills.
 
Paula J. Durlach (U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences); Evaluation of a Touch-screen based Operator Control Interface for Training and Remote Piloting of a Simulated Micro-Unmanned Aerial Vehicle.
 
Michael J. Findler (Wright State University); Coordination and Control of Cooperative Swarms of Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles via a Virtual Testbed Environment.
 
Mike Goodrich (BYU); Portable, Mini-UAV Control Interfaces for Non-Pilots.
 
Jeff Goldfinger (Brandes Associates, Inc.); Developing Standards for UAS Pilots.
 
Dr. Stephanie Guerlain (University of Virginia); Tactical Tomahawk: strike planning, monitoring and control.
 
Verlin B. Hinsz (North Dakota State University); BRUTE: A Versatile Research Platform for Studying UAV Operator Behavior.
 
Glenn R. Hover, Lt Col, USAF; Every Airman a Airman a Force Multiplier.
 
Dr. Ming Hou (DRDC); Development of Prototype Intelligent Adaptive Interfaces for Multiple UAV Control.
 
Bruce Hunn (AMSRD-ARL-HR-MY); Coordination of Network Centric Multiple UAV Operations through an intuitive visual interface.
 
Mark St. John (Pacific Science & Engineering Group); Intelligent Attention Attention Management Tools Management Tools For Tactical Situation Awareness For Tactical Situation Awareness and Supervisory Control and Supervisory Control.
 
AP Tvaryanas, BT Thompson, SH Constable (USAF); U.S. Military UAV Mishaps: Assessment of the Role of Human Factors Using HFACS.
 
Marcus Urioste (Lockheed Martin); Optimizing the UAV Mission the UAV Mission.
 
Kevin Williams (FAA); Federal Aviation Administration Unmanned Aircraft Human Factors Research Program.

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