USE OF AUGMENTED REALITY IN THE SAFETY OF OPERATING ELECTRIC CAR NEAR CHARGING STATIONS

  • 1Department of Safety and Quality, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Kosice, Kosice, SK
  • 2Department of Aviation Technical Studies, Faculty of Aeronautics, Technical University of Kosice, Kosice, SK

Abstract

Augmented reality (AR) provides possibilities from simple displays to tools improving service in the production process. It has found justification in the field of crisis/critical situation management and also in the commercial sphere. The technologies of the digital world together with AR are directed towards the user environment and the operation of technical devices does not deal with the essence of the problem. Electric vehicle (EV) charging stations (CHS) are considered to be sources of electromagnetic fields, as are also inverters in EVs. Until now, there are standards only for stable sources, which EV is not. There are several standards for CHS, from guidelines to regulations in a specific country. The magnetic field (MF), as a component of the electromagnetic field, carries information about the state of the CHS and the environment around the EV during its charging. Information provided to the operator about the state of the environment around him when charging EV is currently at a minimal level. There is no application yet that provides a display of MF information for the operator. AR in the form of the AR Infinity platform provides such an option. The article points out the way of creating information tools using simple devices in an AR environment with a mobile phone application.

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