University of Twente Student Theses


iRoom interface design : access to intelligence data gathered by drones

Thevissen, Ing. A.B.J.W. (2021) iRoom interface design : access to intelligence data gathered by drones.

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Abstract:In our current society, things are changing at a rapid pace, on the side of technology but also the social and the economical side. Therefore, it is of vital importance to the police to keep up with these new developments and to use these technologies to their advantage. In 2018, the police unit Limburg started experimenting with certain technologies in experimental environments called proeftuinen. One of those proeftuinen is focused on the use of drones, in combination with sensors and ultimately in combination with what is called the iRoom. The iRoom is a 365/24/7 intelligence room in which information is received from sensors and both internal and external parties, filtered, and dispatched to the right people. The goal is to have the acquired sensor data simultaneously and in real-time entering the iRoom, but also on location within the ongoing operation. This thesis focuses on what kind of data can be gathered from drones and implemented in the iRoom that has added value for the iLab. Based on that information an interface will be developed with which users of the iRoom would effectively and efficiently have access to this data.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:ET: Engineering Technology
Subject:53 electrotechnology
Programme:Industrial Design Engineering MSc (66955)
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