Tactile Human Drone Interface for End-Users and Qualified Pilots Collaboration

Abstract : During the 3i European project for maritime surveillance, a solution has been designed to support crew collaboration in Unmanned Aircraft System. This study focuses on Human Drone Interface usability and raises issues about how it could help end-users to collaborate with pilots. Software architecture and interaction tricks are explained. As we particularly paid attention to give to the end-users the capabilities to easily submit maneuvers to the pilots, we assessed the usability of this new solution. We found limits and perspectives, and also opened discussion about end-users / pilots collaboration issues.
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Mathieu Simonnet, Philippe Tanguy, Francois Legras, Gilles Coppin. Tactile Human Drone Interface for End-Users and Qualified Pilots Collaboration. 1st International Workshop on Human-Drone Interaction, Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile [ENAC], May 2019, Glasgow, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-02128389⟩



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