Training Issues for Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems from a Human Systems Integration Perspective

Winston Bennett, John B. Bridewel, Leah J. Rowe, Scotty Craig, Hans M. Poole

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Abstract

Training relates to all of the aspects of HSI. Every function of HSI finds itself a part of every other function. This chapter discusses the overarching training issues and some best practices for addressing them. Training plays an overarching role in the successful use of RPAS. Training does not stand alone many of the chapters in this book interplay with training issues. This chapter discusses the current state of training across multiple domains and how the issues relate the larger HSI arena. The objective of this chapter is to begin a discussion on the many components of training for RPAS as they relate to HSI, not to necessarily solve the issues, but to introduce them.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationRemotely Piloted Aircraft Systems
Subtitle of host publicationA Human Systems Integration Perspective
Publisherwiley
Pages163-176
Number of pages14
ISBN (Electronic)9781118965900
ISBN (Print)9781118965917
DOIs
StatePublished - Aug 30 2016

Keywords

  • Academic Flight Training
  • Adaptive learning
  • Commercial Flight Training
  • Military Flight Training
  • Proficiency based training
  • RPAS Learning
  • RPAS Training

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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