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Sun, H and Wang, C and Ahmad, BI (2017) Preface. UNSPECIFIED, xix-.

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© 2018 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. The Internet of Things (IoT) is increasingly generating opportunities to connect diverse sensors and on-device processors to provide novel information service to the user. Additionally, the engineering of human machine interfaces in automotive and aerospace domains has, until recently, involved adding new technologies into the sensory context of the human operator. Consequently, improvements and enhancements in available control and display technologies have led to an increase in the requirements for the amount and diversity of information that can be made available to people in Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) in IoT applications/devices, cars and aircrafts. Turn this situation on its head for a moment and consider the design of such interfaces for the older population or those with functionally reduced capability ranges. Here the user of the interface is arguably extraordinary; they may require adaption of their interaction to accommodate the range of their perceptual, cognitive or physical movement capabilities. Simply put, recent developments in research on such interfaces, however from diverse domains, may be usefully applicable to the situational impairments resulting from challenging HMI contexts in IoT.

Item Type: Book
Divisions: Div C > Engineering Design
Div F > Signal Processing and Communications
Depositing User: Cron Job
Date Deposited: 05 Nov 2018 20:14
Last Modified: 10 Apr 2021 22:35
DOI: 10.1201/b20595