Proceedings for the Annual Symposium and Exhibition on Situational Awareness in the Tactical Air Environment, (2nd), Held at Patuxent River, Maryland, on 3-4 June 1997
NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER AIRCRAFT DIV PATUXENT RIVER MD
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The 2nd Annual Symposium on Situational Awareness SA in the Tactical Air Environment was held on 3 and 4 June 1997 at the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Patuxent River, Maryland. The symposium was sponsored by the Electronic Warfare Advanced Technology Program, Naval Air Systems Command PMA-272. The symposium was coordinated and hosted by the SA Integrated Product Team IPT at Patuxent River. The objective of the symposium was to provide program managers, system developers, and system users with a heightened appreciation for potential SA improvements in tactical aviation through sensor fusion, decision aiding, adaptive automation, and training methods. The symposium provided a unique opportunity for the 165 registered participants to discuss how SA influences design learn new ways to research SA in the tactical air environment learn the latest developments in SA-related technologies discuss SA with experts on panels and on a one-to-one basis and network with a variety of SA researchers from government, industry, and academia. The SA IPT Summary is included in the proceedings to provide background on how the symposium started and the specific interests and ongoing work performed by the IPT at Patuxent River. Twenty nine presentations were given during the symposium. This document contains formal papers based on those presentations. Where papers are not available, executive summaries previously printed in the symposium notebook are reprinted in the proceedings to provide comprehensive documentation of topics and authors for your reference. There are several papers not related to symposium presentations, however, the topics are directly related to SA. We included these papers in the proceedings as a service to you and hope that you find this additional information useful.
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