Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Flight Control : False Alarms Versus Misses

@inproceedings{Dixon2004UnmannedAV,
  title={Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Flight Control : False Alarms Versus Misses},
  author={Stephen R. Dixon and Christopher D. Wickens and Dervon Chang},
  year={2004}
}
Thirty-two undergraduate pilots from the University of Illinois School of Aviation performed simulated military reconnaissance missions with an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Pilots were required to: a) navigate the UAV through a series of mission legs, b) search for possible targets of opportunity, and c) monitor system health. They performed the missions under three types of auditory auto-alert aids (a 100% reliable system, a 67% reliable system with automation false alarms, and a 67… CONTINUE READING
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