The service consists in eye-tracking research for the purposes of adapting the workplace to the implementation of future industry technologies.
Eyetracking - a research technique that eliminates the subjective assessment of the researcher, allows for an optimal analysis of the interface between human and workplace. The aspect of monotony and repetition of work will be analyzed. Stages:
I - dianosis: demand forecast based on the market absorption, economic calculation comparing the stationary costs of the implementation of the researched activities in the current manner and the outlays resulting from the implementation of automation, assessment of social conseq. resulting from automation,
II - tests: the order of noticing elements at the workplace (e.g. assembled elements), incl. inf. provided on monitor screens using eyetracking,
III - analysis of the results: dev. of heat maps and fixation paths at the workplace and development of a report recommending the scope of implementation of automation in repetitive processes for selected workplaces.
Duration time: 6 - 9 months.
The experts have over 10 years of experience in the field of ergonomic bench tests and hold a doctorate.