Human Factors Guidelines for Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Ground Control Station (GCS) Design (2012)


Title: Human Factors Guidelines for Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Ground Control Station (GCS) Design (2012)
Author(s): Emily Jones, Greg Harron, Bob Hoffa, Beth Lyall, & Jennifer Wilson
Abstract:

The Human Systems Integration (HSI) component of the NASA Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) integration in the National Airspace System (NAS) project includes tasks related to developing human factors guidelines for Ground Control Station (GCS) design and operations. The work reported here reflects the first year of effort in support of the HSI component. This report focuses on the work that has been completed on the review of regulations and related FAA documents including references to existing requirements and associated FAA guidance material relevant to UAS Ground Control Station design and the potential gaps identified where new requirements or guidance are needed.

The information described in this report will be used as a foundation for future tasks in support of the NASA UAS Integration in the NAS project.

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