Design and evaluation of a graphical user interface for facilitating expert knowledge transfer: a teleoperation case study
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Nowadays, teleoperation systems are increasingly used for the training of specific skills to carry out complex tasks in dangerous environments. One of the challenges of these systems is to ensure that the time it takes for users to acquire these skills is as short as possible. For this, the user interface must be intuitive and easy to use. This document describes the design and evaluation of a graphical user interface so that a non-expert user could use a teleoperated system intuitively and without excessive training time. To achieve our goal, we use a user-centered design process model. To evaluate the interface, we use our own methodology and the results allow improving its usability.
CitationRodriguez, F. [et al.]. Design and evaluation of a graphical user interface for facilitating expert knowledge transfer: a teleoperation case study. "Universal access in the information society", 1 Agost 2019, vol. 18, núm. 3, p. 431-442.