Advanced machine interaction with humans through ubiquity of mobile devices will enable users to receive relevant production and enterprise-specific information regardless of their geographical location and tailored to the context and the skills/responsibilities they own. Interactions with ICT infrastructures and equipment will be natural language-like

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Comments Human-machine interaction is put in the center, supporting the decision making process. Investigation of advanced HMIs for direct interaction with real-world objects.
 Human-machine-interfaces for direct interaction with the factory II Result title Human-machine-interfaces for direct interaction with the factory II Result description A public report, led by Fraunhofer, documenting the Human-machine-interfaces for direct interaction with the factory; this updates D5.5
 Interoperability for M2M & HMI in factory environments II Result comments Connected IT and OT IoT enabled SCADA, MOM-MES, ERP (…) connectivity Humans actively connected Human Machine Interfaces Data communication and interoperability Reference docs
 Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon title Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction
 IoT - Internet of Things Taxon description or human-to-computer interaction.
 Human Machine Interfaces Comments Human-machine interaction is put in the center, supporting the decision making process. Investigation of advanced HMIs for direct interaction with real-world objects.
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Description Ubiquitous user interfaces that support all employees seamlessly in real time and on the move SatisFactory also utilises the aggregated knowledge in order to leverage the control and re-adaptation
 DELIVERABLE D2.2 - Knowledge model for human resource optimization Result title Knowledge model for human resource optimization
 Knowledge model for human resource optimization Result title Knowledge model for human resource optimization
 DELIVERABLE D3.1 Semantically-enriched framework for analysis and design of dynamically evolving shop floor operations Result description The use of semantic technologies in T3.1 makes the model both human and machine understandable, addressing the issue based on the dynamically expanding and semantically enhanced knowledge database.Algorithmic
 Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon title Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon description Advanced machine interaction with humans through ubiquity of mobile devices will enable users to receive relevant production and enterprise-specific information regardless of their geographical location
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Description Preventive maintenance strategies designed for traditional highly repetitive and stable mass production processes based on predefined components and machine behaviour models are no longer valid and more
Comments Interaction between components is implemented via the blackboard.
 Periodic Reporting for period 1 - Z-BRE4K (Strategies and Predictive Maintenance models wrapped around physical systems for Zero-unexpected-Breakdowns and increased operating life of Factories) Result description , and recycling of components/assets (Z-REMEDIATE), (vii) synchronizing remedy actions, production planning and logistics (Z-SYNCHRONISE), (viii) while preserve the safety, health, and comfort of the human
 Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon title Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction
 IoT - Internet of Things Taxon description or human-to-computer interaction.
 ICT Architectures Comments Interaction between components is implemented via the blackboard.
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Description reconfigurable shopfloor utilizing autonomous, mobile dual arm robots that are able to perceive their environment and through reasoning, cooperate with each other and with other production resources including human
 Human Robot Interaction Suite for Collaborative Assembly Operations Result title Human Robot Interaction Suite for Collaborative Assembly Operations
 Periodic Reporting for period 1 - THOMAS (Mobile dual arm robotic workers with embedded cognition for hybrid and dynamically reconfigurable manufacturing systems) Result description Human Robot Interaction and safety mechanisms will allow the humans to cooperate with the MRP.
 Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon title Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction
 IoT - Internet of Things Taxon description or human-to-computer interaction.
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Description the combined need for production and robotics experts for achieving dexterous operations the high safety requirements for human-robot interaction.
Comments Intuitive human robot interaction for programming and assembly operations.
 Dual arm robot Rework of electrical appliances Sewing machine disassembly Result title Dual arm robot Rework of electrical appliances Sewing machine disassembly
 H-R station controller Result description Applicable in OEMs, SMEs, Robot providers for human robot cooperation applications.
 Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon title Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Comments Intuitive human robot interaction for programming and assembly operations.
 IoT - Internet of Things Taxon description or human-to-computer interaction.
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Title Seamless Human-Robot Cooperation for Intelligent, Flexible and Safe Operations in the Assembly Factories of the Future
Description , advanced control algorithms Development of advanced safety strategies and equipment allowing fenceless human robot assembly cells Introduction of robust methods and software tools for determining
Comments Multi modal interfaces for human robot interaction 10.
 Multi modal interfaces for human robot interaction (speech, gestures) Result title Multi modal interfaces for human robot interaction (speech, gestures) Result description It also includes extensions to uses Kinect or similar sensors to guide and interact with the robot during Programming /setup and production (coordinating) The advantages are an enhanced interaction by
 Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon title Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon description Advanced machine interaction with humans through ubiquity of mobile devices will enable users to receive relevant production and enterprise-specific information regardless of their geographical location
 Number of developed systems and technologies Comments Multi modal interfaces for human robot interaction 10.
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Description A4BLUE will introduce adaptive automation mechanisms for an efficient and flexible execution of tasks, ensuring a constant and safe human-machine interaction as well as advanced and personalised worker
Comments collaboration based on workers profile for assembly of an aircraft part Human-Machine interaction non-verbal: based on gesture recognition (1) to command both industrial and logistic
 Requirements book and human factors best practice guidance - Final Version Result title Requirements book and human factors best practice guidance - Final Version
 Periodic Reporting for period 1 - A4BLUE (Adaptive Automation in Assembly For BLUE collar workers satisfaction in Evolvable context) Result description and process characteristics and are suitable for flexible and efficient task execution in interaction with humans; (2) assistance tools and advanced human-machine interfaces considering workers?
 Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon title Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction
 IoT - Internet of Things Taxon description or human-to-computer interaction.
 R&I Objective 4.3: Human & technology complementarity and excellence in manufacturing Comments collaboration based on workers profile for assembly of an aircraft part Human-Machine interaction non-verbal: based on gesture recognition (1) to command both industrial and logistic
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Description module connecting the platform to production planning and maintenance systems via a private cloud and providing additional safety, self-healing and self-learning capabilities and A human interface module
 Periodic Reporting for period 1 - PreCoM (Predictive Cognitive Maintenance Decision Support System) Result description Cheaper and more powerful sensors, together with big data analytics, offer an unprecedented opportunity to track machine-tool performance and health condition.
 Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon title Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction
 IoT - Internet of Things Taxon description or human-to-computer interaction.
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Title Sustainable Smart Mobile Devices Lifecycles through Advanced Re-design, Reliability, and Re-use and Remanufacturing Technologies
 Periodic Reporting for period 1 - sustainablySMART (Sustainable Smart Mobile Devices Lifecycles through Advanced Re-design, Reliability, and Re-use and Remanufacturing Technologies) Result title Periodic Reporting for period 1 - sustainablySMART (Sustainable Smart Mobile Devices Lifecycles through Advanced Re-design, Reliability, and Re-use and Remanufacturing Technologies) Result description Advanced sorting and collaborative disassembly technology will significantly lower processing times for disassembly of smartphones and component extraction, either for repair or for repurposing of parts
 Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon title Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon description Advanced machine interaction with humans through ubiquity of mobile devices will enable users to receive relevant production and enterprise-specific information regardless of their geographical location
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Comments Action sequences must be analysed to recognise and extract typical scenarios of human-PSS interaction and to obtain statistical knowledge about scenarios and individual interactions (e.g., frequency, geographic
 Demonstrator for high-tech products product-services Result description Product features for the observation of interaction behaviour between user and product-services are utilized by the demonstrator for this business case.
 Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon title Advanced and ubiquitous human machine interaction Taxon description Advanced machine interaction with humans through ubiquity of mobile devices will enable users to receive relevant production and enterprise-specific information regardless of their geographical location
 RP 6.5 Product-Service Simulation for Sustainability Impact Comments Action sequences must be analysed to recognise and extract typical scenarios of human-PSS interaction and to obtain statistical knowledge about scenarios and individual interactions (e.g., frequency, geographic