Advanced Vetronics Architecture for a Net-Enabled Combat Environment (ADVANCE) Technology Demonstration Human Factors Engineering (HFE) Definition Project: Experimental Plan

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Authors
  1. Espenant, M.
  2. Scipione, A.
  3. Armstrong, J.
  4. Brooks, J.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Suffield, Ralston ALTA (CAN);Greenley and Associate Inc, Ottawa Ont (CAN)
Abstract
Greenley & Associates was contracted to conduct the Human Factors Engineering Definition Project as part of definition activities for the Advanced Vetronics Architecture for a Net-Enabled Combat Environment (ADVANCE) Technology Demonstration project. The two key technology areas being explored by ADVANCE and Active Suspension (AS) and Vetronics, including the operator interface with the vehicle. The DND Project Management Office (PMO) compiled a list of key questions from various Stakeholders in the armoured vehicle and related acquisition communities, termed the Stakeholder Control Document (SCD). Previous HFE Definition Project work rationalized the Stakeholder questions into a more concise and complete SCD, and created a “Knowledge Approach” which outlined the necessary methods of experimentation required to answer the questions. The objective of this document is to outline an experimental plan for answering the questions raised by Armoured Fighting Vehicle (AFV) Stakeholders in the SCD. The plan outlines the Activities and Trials required and high-level tasks; further development will be required in order to completely plan and conduct the desired experimentation.
Keywords
ADVANCE;Crew Workstation;Human Factors;Military requirements;Net-Enabled;SMI;Technology Demonstrator;Vetronics
Report Number
DRDC-SUFFIELD-CR-2006-222 — Contractor Report
Date of publication
01 May 2006
Number of Pages
38
DSTKIM No
CA028842
CANDIS No
527019
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CD ROM

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