Human Interaction with Control Software Supporting Adjustable Autonomy

Debra Schreckenghost

Reductions in operations personnel and the availability of more capable automation technology have resulted in increased automation of space control systems. One of the challenges of deploying autonomous systems is ensuring that people can interact effectively with them. An important strategy for such interaction is providing for different levels of control autonomy, or adjustable autonomy. At TRACLabs/Metrica, we are developing software for human interaction with control software supporting adjustable levels of autonomy. Our domain of application is the control of space systems and robots for NASA’s manned space exploration program at the Johnson Space Center.

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