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NASA TLX for iOS Team Recognized at NASA Ames Technology Transfer Awards Ceremony
(Sep 12, 2019)
The Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) Far West Regional Support Manager Rick Shindell (far left) and the NASA Ames Center Director Dr. Eugene Tu (far right) recognize the NASA Task Load Index (TLX) for iOS team (left to right; Ron Kim, Kenji Kato, Dr. Brian Gore) on the 2018 FLC Far West Region Outstanding Technical Development Award and the NASA Software of the Year Award at the NASA Ames Technology Transfer Awards Ceremony held at NASA Ames on September 10, 2019. The entire NASA TLX for iOS team was comprised of Dr. Brian Gore, Kenji Kato, Ron Kim, Matt Guibert, Matt Sharpe, Ben Stukenborg, Rob McVey, and Ken Ebbs.

The NASA Task Load Index (TLX) for iOS won the Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) Far West Software Award 2018 in the area of Outstanding Technology Development. This award is given to a federal laboratory and staff for a promising technology development to: solve problems; satisfy markets and consumers; create patents and awards; or any areas related to the above.

NASA Task Load Index (TLX) for iOS is a creative, state-of-the-art solution for the measurement and assessment of operator workload. The NASA TLX for iOS is the first NASA App that has been released for the research community. The NASA TLX for iOS app integrates new, improved usability, and provides an expanded reach for the NASA TLX methodology. The NASA TLX for iOS accurately captures the original intent of the paper rating scale, provides a non-biased, consistent scoring mechanism from user input, delivers real-time, on-demand analysis output as research study unfolds, generates data visualizations to aid researchers or operational decision makers when viewing workload score trends over time, and opens up powerful new opportunities to optimize human-system design through workload measurement.

To learn more about NASA TLX and TLX for iOS, please visit the NASA TLX website.
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