Science Fiction Prototypes Illustrating Future See-Through Digital Structures in Mobile Work Machines

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    Abstract

    In the context of mobile work machines, efficient and safe operation is often significantly impeded by the lack of visibility due to obstacles such as the engine cover, moving booms and safety features obstructing the view. At the moment, the work machine industry is putting substantial effort into trying to solve the problem; however, it seems that the current maturity of relevant technologies is preventing solutions from entering the market in the immediate future. Therefore, this paper takes a stance that leans firmly into the future and describes the potential of see-through applications by operator-driven Science Fiction Prototypes. The research has included field studies with expert machine operators in tractor-, harvester-, mining- and cargo handling contexts. The main contribution of the paper is the introduced visual Science Fiction Prototypes and a brief consideration of the potential technologies that are presented as design outcomes of research.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationEAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education, TIE 2017
    EditorsPing Zheng, Victor Callaghan, Angelica Reyes-Munoz, David Crawford
    PublisherSpringer
    Pages179-193
    Number of pages15
    ISBN (Electronic)978-3-030-02242-6
    ISBN (Print)978-3-030-02241-9
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2019
    MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
    Event1st EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education, TIE 2017 - Canterbury, United Kingdom
    Duration: 11 Sep 201712 Sep 2017

    Publication series

    SeriesLecture Notes in Electrical Engineering
    Volume532
    ISSN1876-1100

    Conference

    Conference1st EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education, TIE 2017
    Abbreviated titleTIE 2017
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityCanterbury
    Period11/09/1712/09/17

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    Cargo handling
    Harvesters
    Visibility
    Engines
    Industry

    Keywords

    • Science Fiction Prototype (SFP)
    • Augmented Reality (AR)
    • Diminished Reality
    • Mixed Reality (MR)
    • User-centered design
    • Industrial work

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    Kymäläinen, T., Suominen, O., Aromaa, S., & Goriachev, V. (2019). Science Fiction Prototypes Illustrating Future See-Through Digital Structures in Mobile Work Machines. In P. Zheng, V. Callaghan, A. Reyes-Munoz, & D. Crawford (Eds.), EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education, TIE 2017 (pp. 179-193). Springer. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, Vol.. 532 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-02242-6_14
    Kymäläinen, Tiina ; Suominen, Olli ; Aromaa, Susanna ; Goriachev, Vladimir. / Science Fiction Prototypes Illustrating Future See-Through Digital Structures in Mobile Work Machines. EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education, TIE 2017. editor / Ping Zheng ; Victor Callaghan ; Angelica Reyes-Munoz ; David Crawford. Springer, 2019. pp. 179-193 (Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, Vol. 532).
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    Kymäläinen, T, Suominen, O, Aromaa, S & Goriachev, V 2019, Science Fiction Prototypes Illustrating Future See-Through Digital Structures in Mobile Work Machines. in P Zheng, V Callaghan, A Reyes-Munoz & D Crawford (eds), EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education, TIE 2017. Springer, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol. 532, pp. 179-193, 1st EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education, TIE 2017, Canterbury, United Kingdom, 11/09/17. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-02242-6_14

    Science Fiction Prototypes Illustrating Future See-Through Digital Structures in Mobile Work Machines. / Kymäläinen, Tiina; Suominen, Olli; Aromaa, Susanna; Goriachev, Vladimir.

    EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education, TIE 2017. ed. / Ping Zheng; Victor Callaghan; Angelica Reyes-Munoz; David Crawford. Springer, 2019. p. 179-193 (Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, Vol. 532).

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    Kymäläinen T, Suominen O, Aromaa S, Goriachev V. Science Fiction Prototypes Illustrating Future See-Through Digital Structures in Mobile Work Machines. In Zheng P, Callaghan V, Reyes-Munoz A, Crawford D, editors, EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education, TIE 2017. Springer. 2019. p. 179-193. (Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, Vol. 532). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-02242-6_14