Domain #2: Interaction and uses
On the ergonomic, co-adaptive and intelligible design of interfaces
With the increasingly advanced digitalization of companies, human interaction with digital systems is becoming a pivotal aspect of industrial activities and services. These interactions can be deployed in several ways (haptic, gestural, written, vocal, visual, etc.), and must both simplify human activity and increase its cognitive power.
The quality of the interaction between humans and digital systems determines the acceptability of these systems, their efficiency and their security when they are critical. One key element in the implementation and success of these interactions is to consider their uses.
Positioning of the institute
In order to facilitate the understanding of the representation spaces in which systems evolve, IRT SystemX approaches techniques linked to data visualisation, user interfaces (in particular those integrating artificial intelligence bricks) and virtual reality. Such techniques are particularly valuable as they concern dynamic or large-scale problems that are difficult to grasp in a simple way with standard tools. Given its key role in decision aids and the importance of man-machine interactions within systems, this field is transverse to the institute’s other scientific and technological fields, which thus benefit from design and conception skills.
|Scientific and technological challenges||Related research fields|
• Visualisation of large-scale data
|Human interaction with AI||
• Adapting AI to the user
|Human interaction for simulation||• Simulation of human behaviour
• Interaction for system engineering
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