Targeted Human Factors and Ergonomics Recommendations for Materiel and Concept Developers from the 2013 US Army Capabilities Integration Center Dismounted Non-network-Enabled Limited Objective Experiment (ARCIC DNNE LOE)

Report No. ARL-TN-0645
Authors: Frank Morelli; Gabriella B Larkin; John Reinhart; Keith Gunn; Michael P Geller; Charles L Hernandez
Date/Pages: November 2014; 26 pages
Abstract: The US Army Manpower and Personnel Integration program, known commonly as MANPRINT, is the process by which a systems suitability and optimization for Soldier use is assessed prior to equipment fielding. One way to identify potential Soldier-system interaction issues associated with a particular system, and to optimize system design toward maximizing Soldier-system performance and Soldier acceptance of the system, is through participation in experimentation events designed to comprehensively address the interaction between distinct and separate systems within an operational backdrop. This report summarizes feedback provided during the 2013 US Army Capabilities Integration Center Dismounted Non-network-Enabled Limited Objective Experiment across technologies employed by the dismounted Soldier.
Distribution: Approved for public release
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Last Update / Reviewed: November 1, 2014