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Human Machine Interface: A review for future applications in train driving

Abstract : The paper deals with the description of preliminary research work based on extended investigation focused on categorized Human Machines Interface (HMI), describing their technical approaches and emerging operational issues. The study aims at reviewing and analysing HMI, their design and control systems currently on the market or in experimental operation. The analysis acts as a review manual on HMI technologies to design customized HMI and analyse the technologies used or tested in the present technological scenario. The paper starts by addressing the systems developed by manufacturers of surface vehicles outside railway field: trucks, cars and ships. It follows with the performances of simulators developed for various transport systems: rail, cars, aviation and integrated solutions. Finally, the focus is on the comparative analysis of the performances of supporting tools for train driver?s assistance, a synthetic analysis of results and the organization of the survey among drivers to check expectations and acceptance of potential solutions.
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Simon Enjalbert, Livia Maria Gandini, Alexandre Pereda-Banos, Stefano Ricci, Frédéric Vanderhaegen. Human Machine Interface: A review for future applications in train driving. Resource Efficient Vehicles Conference, Jun 2021, Stockholm, Sweden. ⟨hal-03407974⟩

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