Roland Alonso

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UNLABELLED The purpose of this study was to investigate the possibility to integrate a free head motion eye-tracking system as input device in air traffic control (ATC) activity. Sixteen participants used an eye tracker to select targets displayed on a screen as quickly and accurately as possible. We assessed the impact of the presence of visual feedback(More)
Aircraft must follow strict Air Traffic Control (ATC) rules. One of these rules is that aircraft have to fly over pre-defined Flight Routes (FR). Current ATC visualizations do not display FRs because they are numerous and run into each other, and thus spoil the visualization. The schematic views for metro maps are used to maximize the transmission of(More)
<b>Motivation</b> -- Development of new devices for the human-computer interaction allows more efficiency. The aim of this study is to determine in light of motor control theories, what condition of use of digitizing tablet technology is the most efficient for Air Traffic Control (ATC). <b>Research approach</b> -- 24 participants were instructed to perform(More)
The iterative approach in the development of Human Machine Interfaces involves the validation of design choices on both aspects of design and means of interaction. In the case of complex interfaces, conduct evaluations of such choices can be very difficult and expensive. In the field of air traffic control, especially for the design of the controllers'(More)
This study aims to determine whether indirect touch device can be used to interact with graphical objects displayed on another screen in an air traffic control (ATC) context. The introduction of such a device likely requires an adaptation of the sensory-motor system. The operator has to simultaneously perform movements on the horizontal plane while(More)
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