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27 October 2010 Situational adapting system supporting team situation awareness
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Military fighter pilots have to make suitable decisions fast in an environment where continuously increasing flows of information from sensors, team members and databases are provided. Not only do the huge amounts of data aggravate the pilots' decision making process: time-pressure, presence of uncertain data and high workload are factors that can worsen the performance of pilot decision making. In this paper, initial ideas of how to support the pilots accomplishing their tasks are presented. Results from interviews with two fighter pilots are described as well as a discussion about how these results can guide the design of a military fighter pilot decision support system, with focus on team cooperation.
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Tove Helldin, Tina Erlandsson, Lars Niklasson, and Göran Falkman "Situational adapting system supporting team situation awareness", Proc. SPIE 7833, Unmanned/Unattended Sensors and Sensor Networks VII, 78330S (27 October 2010);

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