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Inertial navigation systems (INS) are aimed at supporting the navigation of objects and/or users making use of a computer equipped with motion (accelerometers) and rotation (gyroscopes) sensors to continuously calculate their motion and position. These are quite useful when the GPS signal is not available, such as in indoor scenarios. Thanks to the(More)
Large industrial environments are inherently complex systems to be monitored and controlled, given the presence of vehicles, people and industrial plants. In a context dominated by strict regulations for workplace safety, systems for monitoring and preventing workplace risks can have a particular importance. This paper describes the work in progress on(More)
UNLABELLED Converging evidence suggests that frontostriatal abnormalities underlie OCD symptoms. The event-related potential P300 is generated along a widely distributed network involving several of the areas implicated in OCD. P300 abnormalities reported in patients with OCD suggest increased activity in these areas. The aim of the present study was to(More)
The Traffic alert and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) is often framed as separate to-or opposing-air traffic control, i.e. as a backup, redundant system that invokes resolution advisories (RAs) when all other methods of separation assurance fail. A flight simulator experiment examined pilot interaction with TCAS in the context of a full air traffic(More)