Introduction to situational awareness
- perception of elements of the current situation
- comprehension of the current situation
- projection of future status
- Do we always see what we think we see, or are we capable of believing a false reality?
- Do we have sufficient knowledge to understand what is going on and are we influenced by the views of others?
- Have we an accurate enough perception of the available time or is time running away from us?
ReferenceEndsley, M. R. (1995) ‘Towards a Theory of Situation Awareness in Dynamic Systems’. Human Factors 37 (1), 32-64
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