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Managing Complexity - Adaptive Control Armrest

Managing Complexity - Adaptive Control Armrest Agricultural Machinery C OVER STORY AG r I c Ul T Ur A l M Ac HIn E ry © aISA Managing Complexity – Adaptive Control Armrest In the three-year joint project aISA – adaptive Interface Systems in Agricultural Tractors, the Univer- sity of Stuttgart, the University of Hohenheim and Elobau GmbH developed, constructed and tested a functional prototype of an operating armrest that adapts to a wide range of tractor operating scenarios and implements. The test was carried out by installing it in a tractor from Same Deutz- Fahr and performing various field tests with different implements and drivers. 22 Agricultural Machinery M OTIVATIO N dously helpful. But if multifunctionality A U T HO r S and adaptability are to be incorporated Across all sectors, ever-increasing into the interaction modality of such functionality is radically changing physical control elements, some form of the design of Human-machine Inter- adaptivity is required. There are various faces (HMIs). Product developers face ways in which this can be implemented. the challenge of integrating the large The aim must be to achieve an adaptiv- number of user-controllable functions ity that has positive benefits for usabil - Andreas Kaufmann, M. Sc. is Scientific Assistant http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ATZoffhighway worldwide Springer Journals

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, part of Springer Nature 2020
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10.1007/s41321-020-0083-x
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Agricultural Machinery C OVER STORY AG r I c Ul T Ur A l M Ac HIn E ry © aISA Managing Complexity – Adaptive Control Armrest In the three-year joint project aISA – adaptive Interface Systems in Agricultural Tractors, the Univer- sity of Stuttgart, the University of Hohenheim and Elobau GmbH developed, constructed and tested a functional prototype of an operating armrest that adapts to a wide range of tractor operating scenarios and implements. The test was carried out by installing it in a tractor from Same Deutz- Fahr and performing various field tests with different implements and drivers. 22 Agricultural Machinery M OTIVATIO N dously helpful. But if multifunctionality A U T HO r S and adaptability are to be incorporated Across all sectors, ever-increasing into the interaction modality of such functionality is radically changing physical control elements, some form of the design of Human-machine Inter- adaptivity is required. There are various faces (HMIs). Product developers face ways in which this can be implemented. the challenge of integrating the large The aim must be to achieve an adaptiv- number of user-controllable functions ity that has positive benefits for usabil - Andreas Kaufmann, M. Sc. is Scientific Assistant

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Published: Jun 19, 2020

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