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Collecting Sleep, Circadian, Fatigue, and Performance Data in Complex Operational Environments

DOI :

10.3791/59851-v

8:36 min

August 8th, 2019

August 8th, 2019

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1San Jose State University Research Foundation, 2ASRS Research and Technology Solutions, 3Fatigue Countermeasures Laboratory, NASA Ames Research Center

Sleep loss and circadian misalignment contribute to numerous operational accidents and incidents. The effectiveness of countermeasures and work scheduling designs aimed at mitigating fatigue can be challenging to evaluate in operational environments. This manuscript summarizes an approach for collecting sleep, circadian, fatigue, and performance data in complex operational environments.

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