37 – UAVs, Drones & Helicopters/Inhibiting Actions in Sports

A look at the unique perceptual and cognitive issues associated with uninhabited air vehicles (UAVs) and helicopters. Are fully automated drones a good idea? What are some of the technologies that have been developed to improve performance with these alternative forms of flight?
-Knowing when not to act in sports (Time 19:36)
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Human Factors Implications of UAVs in the National Airspace
Impact of prior flight experience on learning Predator UAV operator skills
Good Vibrations: Tactile Feedback in Support of Attention Allocation and Human-Automation Coordination in Event-Driven Domains
Target Acquisition With UAVs: Vigilance Displays and Advanced Cuing Interfaces
Tactile situation awareness system: proprioceptive prostheses for sensory deficiencies.
Knowing when not to swing: EEG evidence that enhanced perception–action coupling underlies baseball batter expertise

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