Overcoming the traditional human-automation issues is a challenge that has been addressed by many research works. Design choices like picking the right level of automation (or deciding for an adaptive automation), or correctly distributing roles and tasks between the human and the system etc. are very important decisions that deserve robust foundations in order to “build the system right”. However, what do we do after we have made those choices? How is the automation affecting the real interaction with the operator and how do we cope with that?