FG Mensch-Maschine-Systeme

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Full shift usage of smart glasses in order picking processes considering a methodical approach of continuous user involvement

Murauer, Cornelia Sophie (2019)

Smart factories, in which processes are partially or completely automated and digitalized, are the future. Automobile production is also currently undergoing said change towards ‘Industry 4.0’. While the degree of automation is very high in car body construction due to the use of robots, the degree of automation in logistics varies depending on the process. By contrast, in transportation proces...

Influence of Task Combination on EEG Spectrum Modulation for Driver Workload Estimation

Lei, Shengguang ; Rötting, Matthias (2011)

Objective: This study investigates the feasibility of using a method based on electroencephalography (EEG) for deriving a driver’s mental workload index. Background: The psychophysiological signals provide sensitive information for human functional states assessment in both laboratory and real-world settings and for building a new communication channel between driver and vehicle that allows fo...

Vibrotactile Stimuli Parameters on Detection Reaction Times

Chancey, Eric T. ; Brill, J. Christopher ; Sitz, Adam ; Schmuntzsch, Ulrike ; Bliss, James P. (2014)

Signaling system designers are leveraging the tactile modality to create alarms, alerts, and warnings. The purpose of this research was to map detection reaction times (RT) toward tactile stimuli with various parameter manipulations. We employed a 3 (wave form) × 3 (inter-pulse interval) × 3 (envelope) within subjects design. The dependent measure was detection RT. Twenty participants (15 femal...

Detektion der Reaktionsbereitschaft beim hochautomatisierten Fahren

Schmidt, Jürgen (2018)

Während des hochautomatisierten Fahrens ändert sich die Aufgabe des Fahrers. Dieser muss lediglich reaktionsbereit sein und die Fahraufgabe nach einer Aufforderung durch das System innerhalb einer Übergabezeit sicher übernehmen können. Zur Untersuchung der erforderlichen Reaktionsbereitschaft für diese Übernahme in langen, monotonen und hochautomatisierten Fahrten wurde das Verhalten der...

Image size influences visual search and perception of hemorrhages when reading Cranial CT: an eye-tracking study

Venjakob, Antje C. ; Marnitz, Tim ; Phillips, Peter ; Mello-Thoms, Claudia R. (2016)

Objective: The aim of this study was to explore reader gaze, performance, and preference during interpretation of cranial computed tomography (cCT) in stack mode at two different sizes. Background: Digital display of medical images allows for the manipulation of many imaging factors, like image size, by the radiologists, yet it is often not known what display parameters better suit human percep...