Automation Reliability in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Control: A Reliance-Compliance Model of Automation Dependence in High Workload

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OBJECTIVE Two experiments were conducted in which participants navigated a simulated unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) through a series of mission legs while searching for targets and monitoring system parameters. The goal of the study was to highlight the qualitatively different effects of automation false alarms and misses as they relate to operator… (More)
DOI: 10.1518/001872006778606822

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@article{Dixon2006AutomationRI, title={Automation Reliability in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Control: A Reliance-Compliance Model of Automation Dependence in High Workload}, author={Stephen R. Dixon and Christopher D. Wickens}, journal={Human factors}, year={2006}, volume={48 3}, pages={474-86} }