Branda Bannan, Samantha Dubrow, Christian Dobbins, Stephen Zaccaro, Hemant Purohit and Mohammed Rana
This chapter provides an overview of an exploratory case study involving a multiteam system in the fire and rescue emergency context incorporating human sensor analytics (e.g., proximity sensors) and other data sources to reveal important insights on within and between team learning and training. Incorporating a design research approach, the case study consisting of two live simulation scenarios that informed the design and development of a wearable technology-based system targeted to capture team-based behavior in the live simulation and visualize it during the debriefing session immediately following to potentially inform within and cross-team behavior from a multiteam systems perspective informed by theory and practice.
This is the abstract of a book chapter. The full chapter is available here. Citation: Branda Bannan, Samantha Dubrow, Christian Dobbins, Stephen Zaccaro, Hemant Purohit and Mohammed Rana (2019): Toward Wearable Devices for Multiteam Systems Learning, In: Buchem, Klamma, Wild (Eds.): Perspectives on Wearable Enhanced Learning (WELL): Current Trends, Research, and Practice, Springer.