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Orlando INCOSE - April 2014 Meeting

INCOSE Orlando

Thursday, April 17, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT)

Orlando INCOSE - April 2014 Meeting

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Event Details

What:

Integrating Live-Virtual-Constructive (LVC) Technology into the Complex System of Navy Air Combat Training

Who:

Dr Kelly Neville
Associate Professor in the Human Factors & Systems department at Embry Riddle

When:

Thursday,  17 April 2014

Itinerary:

Dinner & Networking: 5:45-6:15pm

Chapter Business: 6:15pm

Guest Speaker Presentation 6:30-7:30pm

Membership:

The meeting is open to all; you do not need to be an INCOSE member to attend.

If you are not a member, we invite you to become a member of the Orlando Chapter of INCOSE at https://www.incose.org/cc_orders/joinINCOSE.cfm

Cost:

None. Dinner is provided courtesy of INCOSE Orlando chapter with RSVP

 

About the Presentation:

As U.S. military training needs evolve, the uses and capabilities of virtual and constructive (VC) entities (respectively operated by humans in simulators and computer software) have adapted to meet them. Recently, military training needs have led to a push to introduce VC aircraft into live air combat training. In this new live-virtual-constructive training paradigm, VC aircraft will appear on the avionics displays of fighter aircraft and participate in live air combat training scenarios. This LVC initiative presents a major systems engineering challenge—how to integrate new technology into an established complex system. Although there is a desire for a seamless transition, changes in the air combat training system will likely be necessary. This presentation will focus on ongoing research to identify and plan for the adaptations potentially required of both air combat training and LVC technology in support of a successful integration process.


About the Speaker

Kelly Neville is an Associate Professor of Human Factors and Systems at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. As a nationally recognized expert in the human factors of complex work systems, she has contributed to the evaluation and design of training systems and human-machine interfaces for satellite operations, military command-and-control, U.S. Marine Corp combined arms operations, U.S. Air Force air combat, U.S. Navy strike and air combat operations, uninhabited aircraft systems (UAS), and petrochemical processing operations. Her research includes naturalistic, field, simulation-based, and laboratory studies. Examples include studies of fatigue effects on cognitive performance, expert-novice differences in team coordination, learning theories and their consistency with expert instruction, and expert memory in visual versus auditory air traffic control conditions. Dr. Neville has advised five first-place teams in the FAA’s annual Airport Design Competition for Universities. She earned master’s and doctoral degrees from Rice University and is the author of over 50 academic and technical publications.

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When & Where


UCF Business Incubator – Central Florida Research Park, Room 116
3267 Progress Drive
Orlando, FL 32826

Thursday, April 17, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT)


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Organizer

INCOSE Orlando

The mission of the Orlando chapter of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is to foster the definition, understanding, and practice of World Class Systems Engineering in industry, academia and government.

We host monthly meetings and tutorials that provide a wide range of technical topics important to engineers in the Orlando area from aerospace and defense to bio-medical.

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