Sliding Autonomy for UAV Path-Planning: Adding New Dimensions to Autonomy Management

  title={Sliding Autonomy for UAV Path-Planning: Adding New Dimensions to Autonomy Management},
  author={Lanny Lin and Michael A. Goodrich},
Increased use of autonomy also increases the need for humans to interact with or manage autonomy. We propose a new variation of sliding autonomy useful for planning problems over a spatial region. With this approach, the user can influence the behavior of the autonomous system via spatial constraints and temporal constraints. We present a set of user interface designs to implement sliding autonomy for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle path-planning to support Wilderness Search and Rescue. Interactivities… CONTINUE READING
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