Report of Potential Applications of Voice Technology to Armor Training
Final rept. Sep 84-Mar 86,
SCIENTIFIC SYSTEMS INC CAMBRIDGE MA
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This report presents potential applications of current low-risk voice technology to military instruction. Three programs of instruction were analyzed to select specified training tasks that might benefit from the use of this technology. In general, two classes of tasks were identified as potential candidates. The first class consists of those tasks that have a high oral content and are good candidates for computer-based instruction and interactive video instruction. The second class consists of tasks requiring trainees to interact directly with non-computer materials. Using voice technology would allow trainees to interact with computer systems and still have hands and visual attention free to manipulate the materials.
- Humanities and History
- Military Forces and Organizations
- Voice Communications