Mr Matthew Dunn
Casual Academic

Mr Matthew Dunn

School of Aviation

Matt graduated from UNSW in 2006 and is a qualified meteorological technician. With an interest in remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS), Matt co-founded an RPAS service provider in 2014 and holds a CASA issued RePL. In early 2018, Matt returned to UNSW and completed a PhD. His area of research involved an assessment of the human performance limitations associated with RPAS operations as a result of reduced sensory cueing, with a particular focus on Beyond-Visual-Line-of-Sight (BVLOS) RPAS operations.

School of Aviation, Old Main Building, Level 2
  • Journal articles | 2023
    Dunn M; Piatkowski T; Whiteside B; Eu B, 2023, 'Exploring the experiences of general practitioners working with patients who use performance and image enhancing drugs', Performance Enhancement & Health, pp. 100247 - 100247,
    Journal articles | 2022
    2022, 'Measured effects of workload and auditory feedback on remote pilot task performance', Ergonomics, 65, pp. 886 - 898,
    Journal articles | 2022
    2022, 'Trust and user acceptance of pilotless passenger aircraft', Research in Transportation Business and Management, 45, pp. 100876 - 100876,
    Journal articles | 2022
    Piatkowski T; Dunn M, 2022, 'Coaching the drug coach: An invited commentary in response to Gibbs et al. anabolics coaching: Emic harm reduction or a public health concern?', Performance Enhancement & Health, vol. 10, pp. 100229 - 100229,
    Journal articles | 2020
    2020, 'Effects of auditory and visual feedback on remote pilot manual flying performance', Ergonomics, 63, pp. 1380 - 1393,
  • Conference Papers | 2021
    2021, 'Observed effects of audiovisual cueing on remote pilot manual flying experience', in 24th Air Transport Research Society World Conference, Online - Sydney, presented at 24th Air Transport Research Society World Conference, Online - Sydney, 26 August 2021 - 29 August 2021

Research Title: Remotely Piloted Aircraft: A Human Factors Investigation into Human Performance Limitations