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8 Rice, S. (2010). Imperfect Reliability in Unmanned Air Vehicle Supervision and Control. In M. J. Barnes 8 F. G. Jentsch (eds), Human-Robot Interactions in Future Military Operations (pp. 193舑210). Farnham: Ashgate Publishing. Chapter 2 Soldier-Robot Teams in Future Battlefields: An Overview Michael J. Barnes and A. S. S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) embarked on a five-year Army Technology Objective (ATO) research program that addressed human-robot interaction (HRI) and teaming for both aerial and ground robotic assets.

Using scenarios developed by military subject matter experts (SMEs), the robotic operator舗s task was to use lasers to acquire potential targets while controlling either a semi-autonomous UV, a teleoperated UV, or a UAV. This was contrasted with the mixed condition with the human controlling all three assets. The UGV and UAV assets were assumed to be semi-autonomous; the operator designated waypoints on an automated map display to the final objective and monitored the progress of the vehicles, but the principal task was targeting.

J. Barnes 8 F. G. Jentsch (eds), Human-Robot Interactions in Future Military Operations (pp. 229舑248). Farnham: Ashgate Publishing. Chen, J. Y. C. (2010). Robotics Operator Performance in a Multi-Tasking Environment. In M. J. Barnes 8 F. G. Jentsch (eds), Human-Robot Interactions in Future Military Operations (pp. 293舑314). Farnham: Ashgate Publishing. Cooke, N. J. 8 Chadwick, R. (2010). Lessons Learned from Human-Robotic Interactions on the Ground and in the Air. In M. J. Barnes 8 F. G. Jentsch (eds), Human-Robot Interactions in Future Military Operations (pp.

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