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Human Factors Guidelines for Unmanned Aircraft Systems  (2016)
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The pilot control stations of some unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) have been plagued by poor human-machine interfaces. Human factors guidelines focused on the unique challenges of unmanned aviation will be essential if UASs are to gain unrestricted access to civil airspace. We present a systematic approach that can assist in the development and organization of human factors guidelines for UAS pilot control stations and other human-machine interfaces.
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Aircraft, Factors, Guidelines, Human, Systems, UAS, Unmanned
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Ergonomics in Design, 24, 23-28
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