A Feasibility Study for Integrating Voice Recognition/Input into the Integrated Information Display System (IID)
Poock, Gary K.
Roland, Ellen F.
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The United States Navy has developed an automated information management and decision aid capability called the Integrated Information Display (IID) System. The IID System is a very complex and highly versatile system that has the capability to add to, edit and retrieve a wide variety of data on the Navy's operational forces. Months of training and practice are required for operators to become proficient in the use of the IID System. In an effort to more efficiently use the IID System, the advantages and disadvantages of using voice recognition technology in conjunction with the IID System were investigated. Voice recognition equipment was installed on two IID System consoles at the Commander in Chief, Pacific Fleet (CINCPACFLT) Command Center, and training was provided to the IID System operators and management personnel. This study chronicles the results of that installation and the subsequent research on the use of voice recognition technology in conjunction with the IID System.
NPS Report NumberNPS-55-84-008PR
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