There are many factors that hamper monitoring including system and ergonomic design, organisational factors and external environment. But the biggest concern relates to human vulnerabilities (complacency/inattention, distraction, low attentional resource, low arousal, disorientation, fatigue etc) and stressors (workload etc).
Many existing selection systems have a natural bias towards a particular type of educational background or learning style. Such systems reject candidates not because of their inability to do the job but because they are not yet trained to respond in a manner that meets the selection requirements.
TRUST has been developed to identify all candidates who could, with appropriate training, meet the operational standards of the role for which they are being assessed. This approach allows candidates to be drawn from a wider recruiting pool that includes a variety of educational backgrounds, cultures, and personality types.
A silhouette is formed for every individual, this allows for the correct selection to coinciding tasks. An operator of a Tactical UAV will require different motivational traits for somebody required to carry out a littoral survey for example.
There are also 16 Behaviours that are considered throughout TRUST to coincide with the silhouettes: