Marcel Usai

Marcel Usai
Institute of Industrial Engineering and Ergonomics · Department Balanced Human Systems Integration

Master of Science

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New technologies offer new potentials to tackle everyday challenges, but this has only a chance to become true if technology is intelligently integrated with humans, organizations and environment. A good balance between different stakeholders and tension fields is one of the most challenging research questions of Human Systems Integration. Especial...
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Automated driving puts severe challenges on the design and testing of automotive user interfaces. In partially automated driving, the driver is still responsible for the vehicle control, but is strongly supported by technology. In highly automated driving, the driver can give control to the automation for a certain time and can get control back e.g...
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Agile product development makes it possible to react flexibly to changing customer requirements. In this context, user and expert assessments, explorations and tests are very important, since customer requirements can often be easier identified by testing a first product or a prototype. Due to complex and long development processes, the development...
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Advances in operator state monitoring and enhanced capabilities of automated vehicle systems will enable conditionally and highly automated vehicle systems (SAE level 3 and 4) in the near future. Possible transitions of control between driver and automation including handovers of the dynamic driving task to the driver will pose particular challenge...
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Agile processes demand for increasing flexibility in product development and shorter development periods. Especially when it comes to product assessments, products have to run through a complex and often expensive development cycle before first user tests can be conducted. We are developing a method where a tangible XR (EXtended Reality) is used fo...
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This contribution presents a concept that allows to steer partially and highly automated vehicles with maneuver-based gestures on a haptic device like a steering wheel, sidestick etc. Maneuver-based driving aims to shift driver’s tasks from the direct vehicle control (control layer) onto maneuvers (guidance layer) and allows the driver to interact...
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With the increasing intelligence and power of machines, an intelligent integration of these machines with people, organizations and the environment becomes ever more crucial. This results in a number of tension fields, for both scientists and practitioner: Being too critical or analytical without sufficient synthesis and constructiveness will slow...
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Automated driving is dramatically changing the way we perceive and control cars and lorries. In partially automated driving, the driver is still responsible for the vehicle control, but is strongly supported. In highly automated driving, the driver can give control and responsibility to the automation for a certain time and can get control back, e....
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Human-machine cooperation (HMC) is often still rigid and unintuitive. However, with more ability transferred to machines, the need for intuitive cooperation rises. To achieve this, new concepts need to arise and be implemented for machines to get a better understanding of their cooperation partner and to be able to act as expected. This includes ad...
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Human-machine cooperation (HMC) is often still rigid and unintuitive. However, with more ability transferred to machines, the need for intuitive cooperation rises. To achieve this, new concepts need to arise and be implemented for machines to get a better understanding of their cooperation partner and to be able to act as expected. This includes ad...
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The integration of humans into the assembly process in terms of human-robot collaboration (HRC) enables the flexibility of production processes with a high degree of automation, which are not flexible enough to overcome the challenges in nowadays production in all cases. However, this form of cooperation raises issues such as occupational safety or...

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