Supplementary Report of RPV System Simulation Study II: Evaluation of RPV Position Report Smoothing and Automatic Heading Correction.
AEROSPACE MEDICAL RESEARCH LAB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The AMRL RPV System Simulation and Research Program was initiated in April 1973 in response to requirements for support of the design of the man-machineenvironment interface of AF RPV systems. The major objectives of the AMRL RPV System Simulation and Research Program are as follows 1 Perform RPV system design evaluation studies, i.e., evaluate alternative design configurations, assumptions, operating procedures, etc. 2 assess RPV system effectiveness, i.e., evaluate the expected effectiveness of a given system configuration such as its overall probability of achieving a target, etc. 3 provide man-machineenvironment interface engineering data, i.e., recommend displays, etc. 4 test bed new technology, i.e., evaluate effectiveness of contractor designed consoles, video bandwidth compression techniques, etc.
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