COPA-DATA active partner in HMI 4.0 joint project from Fraunhofer IAO

What will human machine interfaces (HMIs) look like in
the future? And how can operators themselves influence optimum use of systems by means of user-generated operational aids? The joint project “HMI 4.0” created by Fraunhofer Institute for Labor Economics and Organization (Fraunhofer IAO) is focusing on these questions. The software specialist, COPA-DATA, is also on board as know-how and software partner for this cross-industry, innovative collaboration.

In a trend study Fraunhofer IAO has identified and examined the most important areas to consider for successful human machine interaction...

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