1 edition of Human-system integration for future command and control found in the catalog.
Human-system integration for future command and control
by U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences in Alexandria, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Carl W. Lickteig ... [et al.].|
|Series||Research report -- 1792., Research report (U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences) -- 1792.|
|Contributions||Lickteig, Carl W., U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 30,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
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able to tap into and leverage such an informationrich environment could be invaluable for future military operations. The next challenge that naturally arises is to investigate different approaches to integrate these vast and disparate IoT systems and capabilities into existing Military Command and Control (C2) systems. Without. HSI is a part of the systems engineering processes and requirements: “an interdisciplinary and comprehensive management and technical process that focuses on the integration of human considerations into the system acquisition and development processes to enhance human system design, reduce lifecycle ownership cost, and optimize total system Cited by: 6.
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The Army's transformation to Future Combat Systems (FCS) poses an unprecedented alliance of humans and machines, particularly for Command and Control (C). Creating a human-machine alliance that actually improves command and control is a severe challenge in human-system integration for FCS.
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Senior leaders would be wise to consider a bottom-up approach, which would offer four distinct advantages: improved decision speed, superior inter-service integration, a greater likelihood of solving the most difficult command-and-control problems, and the best chances for the survivability and resiliency of the holistic command-and-control system.
This collection of development activities has come to be called human-system integration (HSI). Human-System Integration in the System Development Process reviews in detail more than 20 categories of HSI methods to provide invaluable guidance and information for system designers and developers.
Handbook of Human Systems Integration is broad in scope, covering both public and commercial processes as they interface with systems engineering processes.
This book will be of special interest to HSI practitioners, systems engineers, and managers, as well as government and industry decision-makers who. command and control, the CCRP helps DoD take full advantage of the opportunities afforded by emerging technologies.
The CCRP pursues a broad program of research and analysis in information superiority, information operations, command and control theory, and associated operational concepts that enable usFile Size: 2MB.
Human Systems Integration in the Military. The Future Combat System (FCS) initiative is at the center of the Army's Objective Force Vision.
(command, control, and communication. The Command and Control Registry (C2R) is the Address Book used by the Army. It dynamically coordinates and collaborates command and control naming, addressing, network and operations data across many different types of military systems deployed globally.
It is utilized by Army' systems as the on-line repository for addressing information such as. command and control, the CCRP helps DoD take full advantage of the opportunities afforded by emerging technologies.
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Creating an alliance that actually improves, and does not impede, battle command is a human systems integration challenge for FCS and particularly the area of command and control (C2).
One challenge for such consideration has been providing the background and data needed for the seamless integration of humans into the design process from various perspectives: human factors engineering, manpower, personnel, training, safety and health, and, in the military, habitability and survivability.
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY Headquarters United States Marine Corps Washington, D.C. 4 April CHANGE 1 to MCDP 6 Command and Control 1. This publication has been edited to ensure gender.
Joint concept note (JCN) 2/17, future of command and control, aims to consider how we can deliver agile command and control (C2), to offer decisive advantage in response to operational complexity.
C2 concepts and address human system integration issues for the Future Force. The FCS C2 research program, currently called Multi-Cell and Dismounted Command and Control (MC&D C2), conducted an incremental series of command-in-the-loop experiments at Fort Monmouth, NJ from October to March Program leads were the Defense Advanced ResearchCited by: 1.
The ability to employ Mission Command is essential as our Army shifts towards future operating environments, yet it remains a highly debated topic within the profession.
Individuals provide interpretations of the philosophy rooted in training and combat experiences. Younger officers understand mission command in the context of decentralized operations and.
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Michael B. Cowen. Jerry L. Kaiwi. Abstract. As the Navy transitions to the guiding principles of Net-Centric Warfare, it is imperative to recognize the. Abstract. The synergetic integrations of humans with autonomous systems (software agents), active and passive sensors, and data fusion engines in a cohesive loop of information gathering, analysis, management, and decision making are crucial to future military command and control (C2) capabilities.
21st Century Systems, Inc. ® (21CSI) has researched and developed a. Problems with (Future) Systems of Systems Development •Lack of commitment by funders, managers to avoid HSI risks •Lack of communication between system engineers and human-system experts •Difficulties providing data about humans into the design process •Thus, the study/literature survey at beginning of book (also see Booher & Minniger.
In this book, they include a section entitled “Conducting Camouflaged Attacks” where preemption and active offense are laid out. 6 A key component of active offense is network surveillance which includes obtaining an understanding of an opponent’s command and control (C2), electronic warfare (EW), and key weapon systems.
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The linchpin in the future of DISA’s dismounted, mobile command and control is the agency’s work in mobility and secure, commercial devices. The agency already is responsible for running the largest mobility management program in the Defense Department with more thanusers across various levels of security classification, according Author: Amber Corrin.