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Air Traffic Management, Human Factors and Autonomous Systems Laboratory

The RUASRT has officially opened its new Air Traffic Management, Human Factors and Autonomous Systems Laboratory.

The $200K custom designed laboratory, which was delivered by SimRoom, includes state
of the art eye and head tracking equipment, provided by EyeTracker, floor-to-ceiling curved HD display, motion seat, customisable touchscreen human interaction and display devices, and support for six different commercial off the shelf manned and unmanned simulation software packages.

The laboratory will support RUASRT research into UAS human factors, air traffic management and airspace integration, and system autonomy.  The Air Traffic Management, Human Factors and Autonomous Systems Laboratory is unique capability, providing researchers with access to a safe, realistic and controllable simulation environment.

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