I understand what Carly Mullin is saying about the APS's, but it just points to the technology not having been perfected or implemented correctly (in the case of volume, appropriate directional testing, other attributes). There's no question training can make a huge difference in people's ability to O&M, but these additional tools are important particularly when navigating new, unknown, not-previously trained-on environments. It just means that we need to work harder to make that technology better so as to avoid confusion.

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