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HSI. CARUSO. Context-adaptable Autonomous and Remote Unmanned vehicles Systems Operation. “There is no such thing as an unmanned system”. David Bellino BellinoDS@Npt.NUWC.Navy.Mil Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Newport RI April 2005.

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there is no such thing as an unmanned system

HSI

CARUSO

Context-adaptable Autonomous and Remote

Unmanned vehicles Systems Operation

“There is no such thing as an unmanned system”

David Bellino

BellinoDS@Npt.NUWC.Navy.Mil

Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Newport RI

April 2005

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Placing Sailors at the heart and the start of every new system, certifying that Sailor performance fully informs system design at the earliest stages of acquisition

Fundamental objective of HSI is to influence system design and engineering

Focus on safety, performance, and interactions of humans with the equipment that they operate and maintain.

Ensures that the resulting system will have the highest and safest performance at the lowest total ownership cost (TOC)

Focus on people/KSA as an essential element of systems design

Sponsor NAVSEA03:

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slide3

HSI Approach to Total Systems Engineering

  • Optimal Manning
  • Analysis/Modeling
  • Human Performance
  • Metrics Generation
  • Skill Objects Standards
  • Development

Common Standards, Procedures, and Tools

Design Synthesis

System Development

Top Down Functional Analysis

(Hardware/Software/People)

  • Total System
  • Test
  • Evaluation
  • Certification

Requirements Analysis

SEA

Warrior

  • Requirements Generation
  • CONOPS
  • ICD
  • CDD
  • CPD

Implementation

  • Spiral Development
  • Modernization
  • Maintenance
  • Disposal
dod 5000 and hsi product sets
DoD 5000 and HSI Product Sets

A

B

C

IOC

FOC

Concept

Refinement

Technology

Development

System Development

And Demonstration

Production and

Deployment

Operations and

Support

Pre-Systems Acquisition

Systems Acquisition

Sustainment

Mission Decomposition

Functional Decompositions

Top Down Functional Analyses

Alternative Manning Strategies

User-Centered Concepts of Operation

Training Concepts of Operation

Display and Control Guidelines

Display and Control Reference Model

HSI Performance Metrics

HSI Requirements

Requirements Reviews

HSI Plan Review/Acceptance

Quantitative Requirements

Performance Metrics

HSI Documentation

HSI Design Review/Certification

Usability Test Plans/Testing

Test Plan Reviews

HSI Software Development

HSI Software Validation

HSI Software Verification

Testing

Training System/Documentation Review

Maintainability Validation

Concept Refinement Evolution

Task Analyses

Functional Allocation

Manning Analyses

Workload Analyses

Team and Individual Reqts

Personnel Skill Reqts

Training Reqts Analysis

Training System Reqmts

HSI Test Bed

Display Prototyping

User Interface Hardware

Controls

Human Performance Modeling

Experimental Design

Technology Demonstrations

EC Concept Paper

CPCR Review

ECP Review

Requirements Elicitation

Fleet Feedback Analysis

MPT Effectiveness

navy program manager s hsi guide
Conducting top down requirements analysis (TDRA) early in system design

Identifying deficiencies and lessons learned in baseline comparison systems

Applying simulation and prototyping early in system development

Defining the roles of humans in system operations and maintenance early in system design

Applying human-centered design (HCD) throughout the development

Applying human-centered test and evaluation

Enhance human performance, specifically situational awareness and decision making

Navy Program Manager’s HSI Guide
the caruso program structure and relationships
The CARUSO Program Structure and Relationships

Programs

HSI Domain Experts Acquisition Support Technical Input Experimentation Facilities TDRA HP-Metrics Studies M&S

Game-based learning Training Web Technologies

Acquisition Liaison

Unmanned Systems Domain Experts Systems Engineering CONOPS Modeling & Simulation Lessons Learned

CARUSO

caruso objectives
Provide guidance and support unmanned systems programs

Focus on exploration of tomorrow's technology to enhance human performance.

Influence systems engineering and equipment design to achieve effective user-system interaction.

Explore human media technologies, human machine interactions / interfaces.

Develop metrics, human performance, cost benefits, studies, evaluation etc.

Conduct psychological and behavioral Human Factors Studies.

Assess impact on training and standardization.

Develop, demonstrate, and make available tools and methods to support HSI.

Document and publish research results.

CARUSO Objectives
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CARUSO Program Management

Acquisition

Programs

Technology Transition &

Gov’t Acquisition Program Liaison

Community of Interest

Products & Studies

Knowledge

Repository

HSI acquisition roadmap

UUV MP TDRA

Technology Baseline

Human Performance

Workflow Modeling

Processes

Metrics

Experiment

Applied Research Core

HSPAC

Technology Focus Areas:

Modeling, Simulation & Visualization

Net-Ready KPP/Web Technologies

Common interface & displays

UV C2/Mission Planning

UV Data Analysis Tools & Methods

Post-mission Analysis

Training/Game-based Learning

Navy Human Performance Capability

Metrics/Standards/Baseline

Data Repository

Lab connectivity

Tools

SME

The Approach

caruso 05 tasks deliverables
UUV Domain

TDRA for NAVY UUV Master Plan, reduced scope

Feed UUV program HSI product sets

Begin to build HSI strategy and product set repository for future UUV programs

Net-ready Mission Planning/Tasking prototype for AUVFest

HSI Modeling & Simulation framework for UUV operations

USV Domain

Develop demonstration of multi-user USV operational simulation to be used for COOPEX, man-in-the loop experimentation, skills assessment and manning analysis

R&D

Context-adaptive Interface Design for potential applications in concert with the Common Presentation Layer (CPL)

CAD re-usability for downstream training web applications and distance support

3D data visualization techniques for maritime applications

CARUSO ’05 Tasks/Deliverables
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End-to-end Human Systems Integration

Warfighting Capability for Unmanned Systems

Focus support for UUV and USV programs

Data

CONOPS

Common

Presentation

Layer

Information

Knowledge

Interface

MISSION

TACSIT

Human Process

Requirements

Operational Workflow

Process Model

Smart Interface Objects

Joint Operations

Emphasizing Commonality in Unmanned Systems Development

government industry academia team
Government, Industry & Academia Team

OSTC

OCEAN STATE TECHNOLOGY Corp

.

2005

CARUSO TEAM

contacts
David Bellino

BellinoDS@Npt.NUWC.Navy.Mil

Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Newport RI

Steve Swenson

Steve04@ostcri.com

Ocean State Technology Corporation (OSTC)

Newport RI

Contacts