Safety issues are a crucial aspect in industrial plants management due to regulatory, operational as well as strategic aspects. It calls for tools that could be easily embedded into everyday practices and able to combine complex methodologies with high usability requirements. In this perspective, the proposed research work is focused on the design and development of a practical solution able to integrate augmented reality and wearable technologies for operators' support in complex man-machine interactions. After establishing both functional and non-functional requirements, a structured design strategy has been adopted. The main outcomes of the aforementioned strategy include a multi-layered modular solution (developed at MSC-LES lab of University of Calabria) whose potentials are investigated through two different case studies and technical equipments.

Augmented reality and mobile technologies for maintenance, security and operations in industrial facilities / Bruzzone, Agostino; Longo, Francesco; Nicoletti, Letizia; Vetrano, Marco; Bruno, Luigi; Chiurco, Alessandro; Fusto, Caterina; Vignali, Giuseppe. - ELETTRONICO. - (2016), pp. 355-360. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 28th European Modeling and Simulation Symposium, EMSS 2016 tenutosi a Larnaca (Cyprus) nel 26-28 september 2016.

Augmented reality and mobile technologies for maintenance, security and operations in industrial facilities

Vignali Giuseppe
2016-01-01

Abstract

Safety issues are a crucial aspect in industrial plants management due to regulatory, operational as well as strategic aspects. It calls for tools that could be easily embedded into everyday practices and able to combine complex methodologies with high usability requirements. In this perspective, the proposed research work is focused on the design and development of a practical solution able to integrate augmented reality and wearable technologies for operators' support in complex man-machine interactions. After establishing both functional and non-functional requirements, a structured design strategy has been adopted. The main outcomes of the aforementioned strategy include a multi-layered modular solution (developed at MSC-LES lab of University of Calabria) whose potentials are investigated through two different case studies and technical equipments.
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Augmented reality and mobile technologies for maintenance, security and operations in industrial facilities / Bruzzone, Agostino; Longo, Francesco; Nicoletti, Letizia; Vetrano, Marco; Bruno, Luigi; Chiurco, Alessandro; Fusto, Caterina; Vignali, Giuseppe. - ELETTRONICO. - (2016), pp. 355-360. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 28th European Modeling and Simulation Symposium, EMSS 2016 tenutosi a Larnaca (Cyprus) nel 26-28 september 2016.
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