Team

Team responsible for the Development

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Final trial with NAV

VR2Market system was tested during some experimental tests with air traffic controllers in Portugal (Rodrigues et al., 2018). This November VR2Market will make a complete deploy of the system during one week in real-life scenario at the control center of the Portuguese air space at NAV facilities. This deploy is going to be the last

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Field Trials with ICNF 2018

During the summer of 2018, the VR2Market team has deployed the project technology on the field for some trials. The system was deployed within the “Associação Florestal de Entre o Douro e Tâmega” collecting more than 50 hours of data. The system was composed by the new environmental unit, named AmbiUnit (E.Spilmont et al., 2018)

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Presentation session at NAV, Lisbon

A presentation session took place on June 20, at NAV facilities in Lisbon. Preliminary results regarding the analysis of stress and fatigue among Air Traffic Controlers were presented to the Board and to all the participants involvedin the study. Further steps will involve the collaborative preparation (INESC TEC/NAV) of an ecological protocol to be implemeted in August,

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VR2 Market Seminar at INESC TEC, Porto, Portugal

The VR2Market Seminar  was held at INESC TEC on 7th May 2018. Aitor Coca, consultant of the VR2 Market project presented his  work entitled: “Comparison of thermal manikin modelling and human subjects’ physiological responses under personal protective ensembles in the heat” Aitor Coca is a Senior Research Physiologist at Center for Disease Control and Prevention/

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Oficial public presentation of CoLAB Forest WISE

On 16 March, the Collaborative Laboratory (CoLAB) ForestWISE, coordinated by INESC TEC, was presented publicly with the signature of a memorandum of understanding with the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) at the Forest Ciência Viva Centre in Proença-a-Nova. The event  was attended by the Portuguese Prime Minister, António Costa, Minister of Science, Manuel Heitor,

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