The aim of the project
This project will pave the way for, and implement methods to observe, the ways in which people interact with drones in different scenarios. Where space is limited, drones and people will need to coordinate their movements to avoid collisions. And people need to know what they can expect from a drone that is in movement in public space. Such seemingly simple interactions require drone users to exhibit sufficient situational awareness. Therefore, both technical and "social" components (traffic rules, expectations, signals, laws) are tested for their HDI readiness.
The project outcome
The project aims to develop a HDI lab that offers developers, businesses and public institutions a testing and prototype environment. This will enable innovation in the area of safe and reliable human-drone interaction.
Work package leeder Niklas Woermann, associate professor, Department of Marketing and Management
Rasmus Gahrn-Andersen, PhD student, Department of Language and Communication