Futuristic Outlook on Human-Centric S&T

Perspectives d’avenir des aspects axés sur le facteur humain de la science et de la technologie

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Authors
  1. Tikuisis, P.
  2. Buick, F.
  3. Hawton, A.
  4. Hollands, J.
  5. Keefe, A.
  6. Kwantes, P.
  7. Mandel, D.R.
  8. Pickering, D.
  9. Stergiopoulos, S.
  10. Thompson, M.
  11. Upal, A.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Toronto, Toronto ONT (CAN)
Abstract
This study was undertaken to fulfill DRDC Toronto’s obligation to provide and maintain a far horizon (7 – 20 yr) outlook on site development. Strategic planning of infrastructure, facilities, and capability must be informed by defensible future directions in S&T supported by credible documentation. The focus is on DRDC Toronto’s mandate to provide leadership and solutions that meet the needs of DND/CF in the human-centric domain of relevance to defence and security. A foresight analysis was conducted using in-house expertise from six S&T areas: Autonomous Platforms and Agents, Information and Influence, Intelligence and Prediction, Man-machine Interfacing/Integration, Warfighter Effectiveness, and Moral and Ethical Issues. Facilities and resources (both equipment and personnel) necessary to support research in these areas are also outlined.

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Keywords
foresight, capability development, human performance, future defence and securit
Report Number
DRDC-TORONTO-TM-2013-060 — Technical Memorandum
Date of publication
01 May 2013
Number of Pages
37
DSTKIM No
CA038438
CANDIS No
538431
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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