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“…For this application scenario, different solutions aiming at monitoring and improving occupational ergonomics are discussed (Cheng, Migliaccio, Teizer, & Gatti, 2013;Peppoloni, Filippeschi, Ruffaldi, & Avizzano, 2016;Valero, Sivanathan, Bosché, & Abdel-Wahab, 2016). For this application scenario, different solutions aiming at monitoring and improving occupational ergonomics are discussed (Cheng, Migliaccio, Teizer, & Gatti, 2013;Peppoloni, Filippeschi, Ruffaldi, & Avizzano, 2016;Valero, Sivanathan, Bosché, & Abdel-Wahab, 2016).…”
Section: Application Scenarios Of Physiolytics At the Workplacementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…For this application scenario, different solutions aiming at monitoring and improving occupational ergonomics are discussed (Cheng, Migliaccio, Teizer, & Gatti, 2013;Peppoloni, Filippeschi, Ruffaldi, & Avizzano, 2016;Valero, Sivanathan, Bosché, & Abdel-Wahab, 2016). For this application scenario, different solutions aiming at monitoring and improving occupational ergonomics are discussed (Cheng, Migliaccio, Teizer, & Gatti, 2013;Peppoloni, Filippeschi, Ruffaldi, & Avizzano, 2016;Valero, Sivanathan, Bosché, & Abdel-Wahab, 2016).…”
Section: Application Scenarios Of Physiolytics At the Workplacementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Lastly, health issues may also emanate from incorrectly carrying out heavy labour (eg, construction or assembly line work). For this application scenario, different solutions aiming at monitoring and improving occupational ergonomics are discussed (Cheng, Migliaccio, Teizer, & Gatti, 2013;Peppoloni, Filippeschi, Ruffaldi, & Avizzano, 2016;Valero, Sivanathan, Bosché, & Abdel-Wahab, 2016). In identifying risk factors, like bad work posture or poorly coordinated movement, many of the presented solutions rely on sensors for inertial measurement, location sensing, and motion detection algorithms together with instant feedback mechanisms.…”
Section: Application Scenarios Of Physiolytics At the Workplacementioning
confidence: 99%
“…This enthusiasm is explained by the potential these technologies have to address the growing problem of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MDSs) by reducing workers exposure to biomechanical MSDs risk factors [4], [5], [6]. Wearable sensors that monitor a person's physical state are another promising technology which may help decrease the prevalence of MSDs [7], [8].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Collaborative robots and exoskeletons directly help a human operator performing a task, either by providing physical assistance or by acting as a partner and performing part of the task [1], [2], [3]. Conversely, wearable sensors can provide feedback about the physical or physiological state of the operator to help her/him identify dangerous situations [7], [8]. Despite their different modes of action, these systems share a common goal: improving health at work.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In another experiment to investigate the risk of developing WMSDs among bicycle repair workers, [12] used still photography and video photography to collect the data needed for the risk assessment. These methods, though easy to use, are time consuming, unreliable [13], and do not give the 3D information as well as accurate joint information of workers in congested workplaces. In order to find a more suitable and more convenient method for data collection on the Shop floor, [5] compared the use of Kinect for data collection with the use of observation methods during an ergonomic assessment of postural load using OWAS.…”
Section: Literature Review Of Camera-based Data Collection For Industmentioning
confidence: 99%