This thesis explores the strategic impact of human systems
integration (HSI) developments on Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA)
technology to increase autonomy. A focus on HSI reveals strategic
considerations to rethink the use of the Air Force's preferred
organizational construct for the acquisitions. Considering the
working relationship of the RPA community as it exists today, and
identifying the potential drivers of increasing autonomy, provide
for an alternate acquisitions model. Specifically, anticipated
strategy motivates a technological development sequences towards
two thrusts of effort. The first pertains to technologies that
enhance platform-centric RPA autonomy. These innovations facilitate
the ability of an individual machine to self-monitor critical
functions and to devise its own missions. The second thrust
encompasses the technologies that will enable a platform to
contribute to RPA network objectives.
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