Student | Andrew Danylec | Design, Modelling and Simulation - RMCRC
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Student | Andrew Danylec | Design, Modelling and Simulation

PhD students

Andrew Danylec

Swinburne University (Supervisors: Ambarish Kulkarni & Hussien Dia)

PhD topic – Develop and establish augmented reality tools in high capacity Metro train for productivity and quality enhancementsquality measures

Andrew Danylec

Research summary

This research is focused on understanding the improvements in productivity and quality through the integration of AVR solutions for driver training.

Expected completion date

December 2020

Key achievements

  • Created a framework to convert existing 3D CAD design work of complex designs to accessible A/VR solutions.
  • Confirmed viability of A/VR solutions over current practices to ensure higher retention rates and learned behavioural knowledge transferal rate to practical situations.
  • Performed studies on technical and non-technical personnel to rate and evaluate the efficacy of A/VR training methods compared to traditional training processes.

No publications to-date