HMI and Ergonomics Engineer
- Design and develop the HMI of the exoskeleton, including the user interface, display, and feedback systems.
- Collaborate with other engineers and designers to ensure that the HMI integrates seamlessly with other subsystems.
- Conduct user studies and feedback sessions to optimize the HMI and ensure user satisfaction and usability.
- Design and develop the ergonomic aspects of the exoskeleton, including the user interface, control mechanisms, and adjustability features.
- Test and validate the HMI and ergonomic aspects of the exoskeleton and provide technical support during the integration and testing phase.
- Develop and maintain documentation for the HMI and ergonomic aspects of the exoskeleton, including design specifications, operation procedures, and user manuals.
- Stay up-to-date with emerging technologies and trends in HMI and ergonomic engineering.
- Bachelor’s student in Human Factors Engineering, Industrial Engineering, or a related field.
- Experience in designing and developing user interfaces and ergonomic systems for real-time applications.
- Proficiency in using HMI design and simulation software such as Sketch or Adobe XD.
- Familiarity with user research methods, such as interviews, surveys, and usability testing.
- Experience with control mechanisms and feedback systems for wearable robotics.
- Familiarity with safety standards and regulations for HMI and ergonomic systems.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Good communication and interpersonal skills to work effectively in a team environment.
- Master’s student in Human Factors Engineering, Industrial Engineering, or a related field.
- Experience in designing and developing HMIs and ergonomic systems for exoskeletons or similar wearable robotics.
- Experience in designing and implementing control algorithms for HMI and ergonomic systems.
- Familiarity with virtual and augmented reality technologies for HMIs.
- Familiarity with biomechanics and human anatomy.