RESEARCH ON THE COMPARISON OF OPERATOR VIEWPOINTS BETWEEN MANNED AND REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION IN UNMANNED CONSTUCTION SYSTEMS

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* Akihiko NISHIYAMA and Masaharu MOTEKI, Kenichi FUJINO, Takeshi HASHIMOTO

Public Works Research Institute

1-6 Minamihara, Tsukuba

Ibaraki, Japan 158-8530

(*Corresponding author: nishiyama@pwri.go.jp)

Unmanned construction technology used for remote control operation of construction machines has some problems to solve compared with manned operation of construction machines, such as fatigue due to long-term operation or decreases in operational efficiency. To solve these problems, we recorded the viewpoints of operators in both manned and remote control operation and analyzed the differences. This paper reports on our discussion of improving the operability of remote control operation based on the analysis results.
Keywords: Operation; remote control; Operators; Construction; Efficiency; Experiments; experiment; Screens; Systems;
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