Operational Effects of Crane Interface Devices

@article{Sorensen2007OperationalEO,
  title={Operational Effects of Crane Interface Devices},
  author={K. Sorensen and J. B. Spiers and W. Singhose},
  journal={2007 2nd IEEE Conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications},
  year={2007},
  pages={1073-1078}
}
A system for classifying different types of crane motion is presented. The classification system provides a framework to assess the influence that different crane interface devices have on efficiency. The efficiency effects of a joystick, pendent, and experimental visual interface are investigated for certain classes of crane motion. Experimental results suggest that significant efficiency benefits exist for cranes utilizing the visual interface. 

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