- The research project THEIAXR sets out to transform the way mobile machines interact with their human operators, improving safety, security, and user-friendliness
- Three use cases will investigate the application of extended reality (XR) technologies in the fields of snow grooming, logistics, and construction
- The project is funded with €6 million by the European Commission and includes 11 project partners from six EU countries, including project coordinator TTControl, a joint-venture company of TTTech Group and HYDAC International
Vienna, 20 February 2023 The new research project THEIAXR aims to improve human-machine interaction in mobile machinery by enhancing user technology fit and extended reality (XR) technologies and functionalities. The project’s goal is to make the invisible visible and extend the perceivable range of the human operator without impacting their performance. The three-year project is funded with a total of six million euros from the European Commission’s Horizon Europe program.
THEIAXR will be validated and tested in three use cases in the off-highway domain: snow grooming, logistics, and construction. The project will be carried out by a consortium of 11 project partners from industry and academia. It is coordinated by high-tech company TTControl, a joint venture of TTTech and HYDAC International, based in Vienna and Brixen.
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