12 May 2006 Human-robotic interface for controlling an armed unmanned ground vehicle
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The use of head-aimed vision systems for remote navigation and weapons aiming greatly increases the mission performance of armed unmanned ground vehicles. Head-aimed human/robotic vision interfaces greatly improves situational awareness. Task performance in target tracking and threat identification is increased by 200 to 300 percent.
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Kent Massey, Kent Massey, John Chatten, John Chatten, Daniel Lindoerfer, Daniel Lindoerfer, } "Human-robotic interface for controlling an armed unmanned ground vehicle", Proc. SPIE 6230, Unmanned Systems Technology VIII, 62300A (12 May 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.665957; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.665957
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