Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems

A Human Systems Integration Perspective

Nancy Cooke, Leah J. Rowe, Winston Bennett, De Forest Q. Joralmon

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Abstract

Highlights the human components of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems, their interactions with the technology and each other, and the implications of human capabilities and limitations for the larger system. Considers human factors issues associated with RPAS, but within the context of a very large system of people, other vehicles, policy, safety concerns, and varying applications. Chapters have been contributed by world class experts in HSI and those with operational RPAS experience. Considers unintended consequences associated with taking a more myopic view of this system. Examines implications for practice, policy, and research. Considers both civil and military aspects of RPAS.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Publisherwiley
Number of pages252
ISBN (Electronic)9781118965900
ISBN (Print)9781118965917
DOIs
StatePublished - Aug 30 2016

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Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems : A Human Systems Integration Perspective. / Cooke, Nancy; Rowe, Leah J.; Bennett, Winston; Joralmon, De Forest Q.

wiley, 2016. 252 p.

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Cooke, Nancy ; Rowe, Leah J. ; Bennett, Winston ; Joralmon, De Forest Q. / Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems : A Human Systems Integration Perspective. wiley, 2016. 252 p.
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