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Abstract--The purpose of this paper is to present an initial delineation of the inherent components required for unmanned
 

Summary: Abstract--The purpose of this paper is to present an initial
delineation of the inherent components required for unmanned
vehicles to possess situation awareness. A broadly adapted
human situation awareness definition is directly applied to the
notion of unmanned vehicle situation awareness. This work
focuses on identifying the inherent components of unmanned
vehicle situation based upon the components of human situation
awareness. The presented work is foundational for developing a
holistic unmanned vehicle situation awareness architecture. It is
hypothesized that unmanned vehicles that possess situation
awareness will better accommodate dynamic situations while
improving human-robotic interaction.
I. INTRODUCTION
any of today's deployed unmanned vehicle (UV)
systems are teleoperated, semi-autonomous or rely on
very fragile autonomous capabilities. Consequently, mission
success is dependent upon the human operator's ability to
manage and direct the UV system. Future UV systems will
deploy individual or teams of fully autonomous UVs that will
incorporate humans in roles such as supervisors, operators,

  

Source: Adams, Julie A. - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Vanderbilt University

 

Collections: Engineering; Computer Technologies and Information Sciences