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Back A Technical Roadmap for Autonomy for Marine Future Vertical Lift (FVL)
|Division||Research & Sponsored Programs|
|Department||Naval Research Program|
Mislick, Gregory K.
Miller, Scot A.
Boger, Dan C.
Johnson, Bonnie W.
Fitzpatrick, Christian R.
|Sponsor||NPS Naval Research Program (Navy)|
|Summary||The Marines desire to leverage automation in their next Future Vertical Lift (FVL) platform, meaning they must define the human-FVL teaming interactions. The FVL will operate in a wide spectrum of flight regimes, from remotely piloted, to fully manned, to mostly automatic, and in combinations of the above. This broadened operating approach necessitates that understanding the various human machine teaming interdependent interactions across this diverse operating spectrum be completely delineated. NPS is well positioned to assist. Three approaches are considered: Use Co-active Design, since it is a rigorous engineering process that captures these interactions and interdependencies, develops workflows, and identifies resilient paths for human machine teaming using interdependence analysis (IA); define an FVL ¿Living Lab¿ (LL) that the FVL program management office (PMO) could use to explore technical and concept tradeoffs; establish the cost/benefit relationships of these approaches; and design approaches to developing trust within this operating framework. The topic sponsor desires these techniques so as to create a PMO that decreases the speed at which technical tradeoffs can be identified and made.|
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