Collaborative Autonomy for Manned/Unmanned Teams

@inproceedings{Hongwei2005CollaborativeAF,
  title={Collaborative Autonomy for Manned/Unmanned Teams},
  author={Zhao Hongwei and Steve and Franke and Jerry and Szczerba and Robert and Stockdale and Sandy},
  year={2005}
}
UAVs offer tantalizing capabilities to the warfighter, such as tireless observation, quick recognition, and rapid reaction to today’s changing battlespace. These trends are important because they aid Warfighter in their duties. Today, unmanned systems exist that extend the vision and the reach of the Warfighter. However, they spend so much time managing these assets that they lose effectiveness as a Warfighter. This is a particular problem if the warfighter’s role is one demanding continuous… CONTINUE READING

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