Ryan M. Kilgore

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OBJECTIVE To explore how a single master alarm system affects drivers' responses when compared with multiple, distinct warnings. BACKGROUND Advanced driver warning systems are intended to improve safety, yet inappropriate integration may increase the complexity of driving, especially in high workload situations. This study investigated the effects of(More)
Future unmanned systems in the military will be highly heterogeneous in nature, with vehicles from multiple domains—aerial, underwater, and land—working in collaborative teams to complete a variety of missions. The complexity of supervising these teams will be enormous and will rely on human creativity, judgment, and experience. Therefore, the design and(More)
Several recent studies have addressed the possible impact of using highly autonomous platforms to invert today's multiple-operators-per-single-unmanned-vehicle control paradigm. These studies, however, have generally focused on homogeneous vehicle teams and have not addressed the potential effects of vehicle, capability, or mission type heterogeneity on(More)
Current mission planning interfaces are difficult to understand, cumbersome to use, and do not support the collaborative aspect of group mission planning. To address this critical shortfall, this paper describes the designed and demonstrated set of card-based user interfaces (card UIs) to increase the effectiveness of group mission planning workflows. These(More)
DARCY: They are listed in the order of importance. ABSTRACT (212 words OK) Objective: To explore how a single master alarm system affects drivers' responses when compared to multiple, distinct warnings. Background: Advanced driver warning systems are intended to improve safety, yet inappropriate integration may increase the complexity of driving, especially(More)
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