The eyes: Windows into the successful and unsuccessful strategies used during helicopter navigation and target detection
Yang, Ji Hyun
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Our focus: 1) Understand the cognitive strategies and visual scan processes utilized by pilots during challenging helicopter situations. 2) Determine what types of errors are made. Our goal: To improve pilot training for these challenging situations and therefore improve mission effectiveness and reduce mishaps.
Yang, J. & Kennedy, Q (2012) The eyes: Windows into the successful and unsuccessful strategies used during helicopter navigation and target detection. MOVES Research & Education Systems Seminar, Monterey, CA.MOVES Research & Education Systems Seminar: Presentation; Session 3a: Human Systems and Training (Performance Evaluation); The eyes: Windows into the successful and unsuccessful strategies used during helicopter navigation and target detection; speakers: Ji Hyun Yang & Quinn Kennedy
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