Research Project: Peer Review Defense
An important aspect of the peer review process is evaluating and addressing the recommendations of your reviewers. After the peer review has been completed on your research project rough draft, address each of the comments and state how these comments will be addressed in the next revision (i.e., final submission). Will you incorporate the recommendations? Did a reviewer question bring a larger issue or consideration to light that you will not be able to explore as you further develop your project? Be sure to provide a thorough, well thought out response to each comment. Keep in mind that not every peer review comment has applicability, so make sure you indicate and defend why you will not make changes to address those particular types of recommendations or questions.
Use this peer review table template (will upload this file to the assignment)to compile a list of all the comments and questions the peer reviewers provided. Provide a response (as described above) to each comment or question.
Peer review No.1
Great Job! Your topic “The Internet of Things and UAS Design: Importance of Human Role” is fascinating to me. I agreed with your materials and concept. It is very concise on content and structure. Firstly, I would recommend defining the “Internet of Things” in summary. So, the reader has a better understanding from the beginning. Secondly, I would recommend identifying what research design you plan to use? Moreover, in the problem statement section, I would recommend state the issue or problem instead of asking a question. That will make your problem statement more accurate and more accessible for the reader to focus on. I believe you are still working on your paper and lots of part has not been done yet. Overall, I think this is an excellent start for your research paper, and good luck with your paper.
Peer review No.2
This is a truly fascinating topic and moving forward it is clear that UAS comms will rely heavily on being ‘online’ i.e. networks built using similar protocols applied to telecom or internet.
The automated nature of UAS presents a paradigm shift in the role of the human – rather than replacement, human capital needs to be able to adapt and evolve accordingly. In addition to the role of the human itself, another potential avenue of consideration for your research is whether we have a framework in place (e.g. training needs, methodology, mindset) that enables rational transition and what the consequences would be if the supporting system is lacking. Additional factors could include how technical feasibility pertaining to automation varies as the nature of the role changes. I.e. From a cost benefit standpoint is it feasible to automate entirely where possible or specific functionalities only?