Objectives and Description
On 19th October of 2017, the VR2 Market organized a meeting to discuss the project WP status and upcoming work.
Duarte Dias and Rui Rosas, researchers at VR2MArket project went to the USA for 7 weeks to participate in the “Entrepreneur in Residence Program ,” also known as inRes, at the Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program, a partnership between CMU and the government of Portugal, funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). A prototype
Air Traffic Controllers were monitored during an air traffic simulation (March, 2017) and a stress-induced controlled situation (April, 2017) for stress and fatigue assessment. Psychophysiological data and reaction times are being analyzed.
VR2 Market team participated in the Carnegie Mellon Portugal Symposium held at Porto Business School, Porto at 27th June of 2017. VR2 Market was one of the showcased projects.
The VR2 Market team organized the 4th Annual Meeting of the Center of Competence for Future Cities on 20th December, 2016 at FEUP, UP. This conference general team was “Towards Future Smarter Cities” and was attended by several top keynote speakers from different expertise areas. 4th Annual Meeting of the CCFC
The VR2Market project has shown part of its results in the Portuguese meeting of the science and technology community. The Meeting with Science and Technology in Portugal, in July 2017 allowed researchers from the country to discuss and present their work to their peers and the public. Eduardo Soares presented the VR2Market work on ad-hoc
The Techdays event is the largest technology forum in Portugal. It gathers the military, technology firms, research institutes and the University of Aveiro in a 3-day event with demonstration stands, workshops and conferences. The VR2Market team was present in the Instituto de Telecomunicações stand, with the demo for the ad-hoc network communication in smartphones and
A collaboration protocol was formalized (September, 2016) between INESC TEC and NAV EPE, in order to collect psychophysiological and environmental data from Air Traffic Controllers in order to assess stress and fatigue. Data collection is foreseen to start in January 2017.
Five firefighters were continuously monitored during at least 2 hours while performing a live-fire drill. Environmental data was also collected. They were subjected to high temperatures inside a house, leading to a big effort from the firefighters. The following picture shows the firefighters inside the house with an ambient temperature of 60ºC degrees. This drill objective was
VR2 MARKET team had collected data from 14 FF in the fire season in Portugal (July-September, 2016) including physiological, psychological and ambiance information. At least 20 hours of medical quality ECG data was collected for each participant during shifts involving critical incidents. The same participants performed the experimental study and provided baseline data collected during