The document D1.7 reports on the status of the WEKIT framework as seen by key stakeholders, e.g. self-directed learners, instructional designers, trainers, trainees, managers, application domain experts, standards teams.
WEKIT has been engaged in standardisation activity from day one, most notably through its leadership on the IEEE standard association working group P1589, via its chair Fridolin Wild. This deliverable reports on the standardisation process of the ARLEM working group. It summarises the key changes from the first balloted draft version of the specification to the current one, in a lesson learnt style, also with the aim of allowing others to benefit from the requirements of a standardisation process.
The purpose of this D6.12 document is to describe the second and final trial of the WEKIT prototype for the Space Industrial Case. The selected use case for the test (including the after-action review) covered all features of the WEKIT platform and learning model. It was a procedure derived from the future manned Exploration activities, dedicated to the recharge of the batteries of a Mars Rover before starting an exploration mission on the planet. The users had to execute the steps of the procedure using the Player functionality, while trainers performed the creation of the steps using the Recorder functionality.
The purpose of this D6.11 document is to describe and interpret the final trial of the WEKIT prototype for the Healthcare Engineering Industrial Case. The selected use case for the trial is a core procedure to teach and train a student to perform a carotid ultrasound examination with quality intima media thickness measurements. The trainees performed the steps of the procedure using the WEKIT Player application, while the creation and validation of the training procedure has been done by the EBIT trainers using the WEKIT Recorder application. A control group used a paper procedure with the same instructions.
The purpose of this D6.10 document is to describe the second and final trial of the WEKIT hardware and software prototype for the Aeronautics Industrial Case. The selected use case for the trial is a procedure obtained from the Hawker Beechcraft B200 maintenance manual and is dedicated to the replacement of the nose landing gear wheel. The users performed the procedure using the WEKIT player application and the experts created the procedure step by step using the WEKIT recorder application. The control group used the official paper procedure derived from the Hawker Beechcraft B200 maintenance manual.
Within this deliverable, we report on two activities: the content model for Augmented Reality Learning Experience Models (ARLEM) and the AR training system architecture.
WEKIT industry partners undertook customer-facing surveys of the perceived or potential applications and value of integrating data and systems used for AR-based Training and General Workplace Processes and related Knowledge-Management (e.g., to help team members to capture, share and refine their workplace experiences). Those survey findings are combined with findings from a literature review on how wearable technology may seamlessly be integrated into general business processes in a variety of industries. The focus of this D5.5 deliverable is on using those surveys to develop an interoperability pathway between AR-based Training and General Workplace Processes.
The objectives for this deliverable D4.4 relate to post analysis of AR based learning and biofeedback, based on data capture from multiple sensors during AR-supported tasks. This data match includes several core components such as 3D scanning, head position, vision area video, and voice. All this data should be capable of post-action review and interpretation at desktop level by data scientists and task/performance analysts as well as by end-users e.g. using the Hololens.
This D8.4 deliverable describes WEKIT roadmap, setting out the key driving factors, actions and timeframes that will enable WEKIT to shape knowledge-intensive training practices, technologies, standards and business models in many industries. In strict interrelation with such roadmap, the deliverable describes the associated sustainability plans, considered from a mid-term and long-term multi-disciplinary perspective, both at partner level and at project level.
This deliverable D2.5 accompanies the final prototype, the WEKIT.one, as its user handbook. It documents the final result of the software development and integration process, concluding two big implementation waves and with several smaller and more agile breakout development activities.