A Comparison of Soldier Performance Using Current Land Navigation Equipment with Information Integrated on a Helmet-Mounted Display.

@inproceedings{Glumm1998ACO,
  title={A Comparison of Soldier Performance Using Current Land Navigation Equipment with Information Integrated on a Helmet-Mounted Display.},
  author={Monica M. Glumm and William P. Marshak and Teresa A. Branscome and Mary McWesler and Debra J. Patton},
  year={1998}
}
  • Monica M. Glumm, William P. Marshak, +2 authors Debra J. Patton
  • Published 1998
  • Engineering
  • Abstract : The report describes a field study designed to measure soldier performance of land navigation and other mission tasks using current navigational equipment and to compare these data with performance using navigational information integrated on a helmet-mounted display (HMD). Measures of stress, cognitive performance, and workload were also obtained. The results indicated that the soldiers traveled less distance between waypoints and experienced lower levels of mental workload using… CONTINUE READING

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