human-computer interactions

Project 54 Continues to Lead Development of Human-Computer Interactions

Project54 is a system that was developed in 1999 by UNH’s Consolidated Advanced Technologies Laboratory (CATlab) to operate a patrol car’s equipment—radio, siren, lights, radar, etc.—with voice commands, allowing police officers to keep their hands and eyes on the road. Andrew Kun, associate professor electrical and computer engineering and Project54’s principal investigator, is continuing to refine the system, working to minimize distractions and learn how to optimize human-computer interactions.

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