Print Email Facebook Twitter Trade-offs between spatial and temporal resolution in driving unmanned vehicles Title Trade-offs between spatial and temporal resolution in driving unmanned vehicles Author van Erp, J.B.F. Publication year 1999 Abstract Remote vision for steering unmanned vehicles is generally facilitated by on-board cameras. Due to limited bandwidth data-links, a trade-off exists between spatial and temporal image resolution. In the present experiment, objective performance of military driving instructors was measured on a standardized task-battery in a fixed-base driving simulator. The results showed that the optimum choice of spatial and temporal resolution is task specific. The lack of an interaction between both the factors pleats for some provision for the operator to modify these parameters when switching between tasks.Bij het besturen van een onbekend grondvoertuig zijn de eisen aan spatidle mogelijkheid te geven deze zelf in te stellen. Subject Traffic DefenceTrafficHuman performanceRemote controlTelecontrolUnmanned aerial vehiclesVehicle drivingUnmanned ground vehicleMilitaryAbility testingCamerasGround vehiclesImage qualityMilitary vehiclesVisionErgonomics To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:fec0be75-202d-42c9-86f3-55f6763b9b84 TNO identifier 9467 Source Proceedings of the 1998 42nd Annual Meeting 'Human Factors and Ergonomics Society', 5 October 1998 through 9 October 1998, Chicago, IL, USA, 1550-1554 Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.