Autonomy & Human Machine Teaming

Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) have demonstrated the ability to provide significant surveillance and observation data when compared with current manned aircraft approaches (e.g., persistence, access, range), but the demand for RPA services is outpacing the supply of aircraft, personnel, and control infrastructure. The trajectory of this demand indicates that the supply may not be able to catch up without a significant decrease in the operator to system advanced cognitive systems, military planning applications, and collaborative human-machine teaming.

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February 27, 2018

Wright State Research Institute wins DARPA cooperative agreement


The Wright State Research Institute (WSRI) has been awarded a cooperative agreement from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) for up to $3.5 million as part of a fundamental research project to improve knowledge of the capabilities a...

February 5, 2018

Ohio Engineering Team Leading Way in Smart Material Research


From aviation, to automation, to biomedicine, one consistent problem engineers are working to improve is the science of creating motion, known as actuation. Researchers have been studying smart material-based actuation for over five decades. As simpl...

January 4, 2018

Motion Sickness linked to Lower Back Pain for many U.S. Naval Aircrew


What’s the number one complaint for U.S. Navy Aircrew? Surprisingly enough, one of the top issues for Naval aircrew is lower back pain – something to which most of us can relate. But in the US military, lower back pain is linked to motion sickness an...