2012 year-end report on neurotechnologies for in-vehicle applications.
20210305 ST [electronic version only]
Lance, B.J. Hairston, W.D. Apker, G. Whitaker, K.W. Slipher, G. Mrozek, R. Kerick, S.E. Metcalfe, J. Manteuffel, C. Jaswa, M. Canady, J. Paul, V. Ammori, J. Stachowiak, C. & McDowell, K.
Aberdeen Providing Ground, MD, U.S. Army Research Laboratory ARL, 2013, VIII + 50 p., 13 ref.; ARL-SR-267
|Samenvatting||This report provides a summary of the work and a highlight of the accomplishments performed by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) on developing neurotechnologies for in-vehicle applications for the work period of 2012, the first year of the research program. The report will cover several aspects of the research program, including a newly funded ARL program in safe and wearable sensor technologies, a new Small Business Innovation Research program for evaluating electroencephalography sensor technologies, a joint ARL U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center experiment for translating current driver performance prediction technologies to real-world driving domains, the development of simulation technologies for researching driver performance, an evaluation of existing driver performance prediction technologies, and ARL s work on developing task-independent calibration techniques to use for individual Soldier performance prediction algorithms. (Author/publisher)|
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