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A Human-Autonomy Teaming Approach for a Flight-Following Task  (2017)
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Human involvement with increasingly autonomous systems must adjust to allow for a more dynamic relationship involving cooperation and teamwork. As part of an ongoing project to develop a framework for human-autonomy teaming (HAT) in aviation, a study was conducted to evaluate proposed tenets of HAT. Participants performed a flight-following task at a ground station both with and without HAT features enabled. Overall, participants preferred the ground station with HAT features enabled over the station without the HAT features. Participants reported that the HAT displays and automation were preferred for keeping up with operationally important issues. Additionally, participants reported that the HAT displays and automation provided enough situation awareness to complete the task, reduced the necessary workload and were efficient. Overall, there was general agreement that HAT features supported teaming with the automation. These results will be used to refine and expand our proposed framework for human-autonomy teaming.
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ACFP, Autonomy, Ground, HAT, Human, Human-Autonomy, Recommender, Station, System, Teaming
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InĀ International Conference on Applied Human Factors and ErgonomicsĀ (pp. 12-22). Springer, Cham
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