AVT 4220 Human Autonomy Teaming in Aviation
The field of human-autonomy teaming (HAT) is fast becoming a significant area of research, especially in aviation. The basic objective is to create natural and effective interactions between people and machines. HAT is highly interdisciplinary, bringing together methodologies and techniques from robotics, artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, cognitive psychology, neuroscience, neuroergonomics, education, and other fields. The topics covered will include technologies that enable human-machine interactions, the psychology of interaction between people and machines, how to design and conduct HAT studies, and real-world applications such as assistive machines.
Prerequisites: AVT 3300 and AVT 3400
- Study the literature of human-computer interaction and explain it. Apply proper application principles to the HCI discipline. Participate in HCI research. Further the importance of good interface design.
- Structure and summarize a body of knowledge relating to a substantial project topic in Autonomous Systems in Aviation.
- Practice teamwork, oral presentations, written reports, and the creation of a design document.
Credit Hours: 3
- Classroom: 3 hours
- Division: Science, Mathematics and Engineering
- Department: Aviation Technology
- Repeatable Credit: No
- Offered Online: No
6:00PM to 8:40PM