Katedra průmyslového inženýrství a managementu / Department of Industrial Engineering and Management

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Recent Submissions

Kačerová, Ilona , Kubr, Jan , Hořejší, Petr , Kleinová, Jana
Ergonomic Design of a Workplace Using Virtual Reality and a Motion Capture Suit

Musculoskeletal disorders are some of the most frequent manual work disorders. Employers worldwide pay high costs for their treatment and prevention. We present an innovative method for designing an ergonomic workplace. This method uses new technologies and supports not only ergonomics, but&...

Khalaj, Omid
Mechanické chování expandovaného polystyrenu (EPS) za statického a cyklického zatěžování

Nowadays, development of constructions and infrastructures has been moved to marginal areas due to population growth and thus, variable ground conditions might be encountered frequently along civil projects. With the growing needs for new constructions, novel methods are studied to enable qu...

Martirosov, Sergo , Bureš, Marek , Zítka, Tomáš
Cyber sickness in low‑immersive, semi‑immersive, and fully immersive virtual reality

It is known that virtual reality (VR) experience may cause cyber sickness. One aspect of VR is an immersion or otherwise sense of presence, the sense of feeling oneself in a virtual world. In this paper an experiment which was conducted in order to find the link ...

Dobrotvorskiy, Sergey , Kononenko, Serhii , Basova, Yevheniia , Dobrovolska, Ludmila , Edl, Milan
Development of Optimum Thin-Walled Parts Milling Parameters Calculation Technique

In machining thin-walled parts, determining the optimum machining strategy and the criterion selection of milling parameters is highly relevant. This study addresses the gap in the variety of computer-aided machining parameters calculation solutions. Thin-walled parts are broadly used in many ind...

Poór, Peter , Zoubek, Michal , Šimon, Michal
Proposal of a Tool for Determining Sub- and Main Dimension Indicators in Assessing Internal Logistics Readiness for Industry 4.0 within a Company

Key elements of Industry 4.0 are the digitization of products and production, enterprise information systems, robotic workplaces, communication infrastructure, and of course, employees. Industry 4.0 transforms production from stand-alone automated units to fully integrated automated and continuously optimized&#...