A User-Oriented Interface Methodology for Automotive Manufacturing Machines Developed under the Foresight Vehicle Programme 2002-01-0469
This paper reports on the development and implementation of a user-oriented interface methodology for Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs) on transfer lines and engine assembly machines. This approach to HMI implementation has been developed in conjunction with a Fully Distributed machine Control System (FDCS) that its potential to replace conventional centralised PLC/PC based machine control methods is being investigated by researchers at Loughborough University. The paper also provides a brief description on user and task stereotype models defined for a domain of automotive industry and explains the use of software components to develop a prototype HMI for a machine test rig.
Citation: Monfared, R., West, A., Harrison, R., and Wilkinson, M., "A User-Oriented Interface Methodology for Automotive Manufacturing Machines Developed under the Foresight Vehicle Programme," SAE Technical Paper 2002-01-0469, 2002, https://doi.org/10.4271/2002-01-0469. Download Citation
R. P. Monfared, A. A. West, R. Harrison, M. Wilkinson
Loughborough University, UK
SAE 2002 World Congress & Exhibition
Foresight Vehicle Technology: Consumer Driven Design, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, and Purchasing-SP-1694
Human machine interface (HMI)
Manufacturing equipment and machinery
Education and training
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