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Production mirror – digital interaction in industrial environments

Production mirror – digital interaction in industrial environments

The project will explore how an interactive overview, a “digital mirror” of production, can be designed and made available in a production environment to support production staff, increase work motivation and increase efficiency.

 Protective equipment, dust and high noise levels are common phenomena in the production environment and can prevent easy and user-friendly interaction with classic digital interfaces. The project aims to explore and rethink ideas for interfaces using techniques such as informative sounds, sensors, leading color or interactive surfaces to help production professionals easily interact and capture digital content. Such a service can also increase the understanding of production staff for their role in the production system.

 

Participating researcher(s)

Topics

Design, Digital Interface, Industry, Production, Visualization

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Project time

2018-2019

Budget

500 000 kronor

Partners

Lundqvist Trävaru AB

RISE

Funding

SIP Produktion2030