MD and FL-Human Research & Engineering Dir-FFP, HRED/Simulation and Training Technology Center - FFP
|Chen, Jessie Y.C.
ARL-HRED is currently conducting research on human-robot interaction (HRI) and advanced displays for human-vehicle interaction (HVI) at the US Army RDECOM Simulation & Training Technology Center (STTC). Orlando, FL. HRI and HVI are both complex work environments where the human operator engages in multiple simultaneous goal-oriented tasks (e.g., communication, navigation, reconnaissance, security, and control of other systems while on the move). Other HRI research involves experiments on live and simulated robot teleoperation; specific research areas include display technologies (e.g., multi-modal displays and stereoscopic displays) and automation techniques (e.g., adaptive automation) to enhance the robotics operator’s performance in multi-tasking environments. Our research on advanced displays for HVI focuses on augmented/overlaid information on vehicle vision block for indirect-vision driving and embedded training. State-of-the-art simulators and equipments are used in both research areas.
Chen JYC, Thropp J: IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics-Part A, 37(6): 1063, 2007
Chen JYC, Haas E, Barnes N: IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics- Part C, 37(6): 1231, 2007
Human-robot interaction; Information overlay; Display design; Robot; Multi-modal display; Vehicle driving; Simulation; Stereoscopic display; Embedded training;