THEIAXR is a European project aiming to improve human-machine interaction in mobile machinery by enhancing extended reality technologies. 


  • make the invisible visible respectively the non-perceivable perceivable to the human operator, extending the perceivable range of the operator without negatively influencing the performance of the human while controlling the machinery.
  • leverage a human-centered transdisciplinary and scenario-based co-design methodology with users, stakeholders, and multidisciplinary researchers as a fully integrated team.
  • demonstrate and validate the results in three use cases in the off-highway domain, targeting snow grooming, logistics, and construction scenarios, integrating real end-users, public/non-users, and real-life data from dedicated industrial environments.

THEIAXR started on the 1st of January 2023 and will last 36 months.

project partners
EU countries

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