3D Facial Expression Recognition for Defining Users’ Inner Requirements—An Emotional Design Case Study
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Interview for Project Farmer 4.0
- Do you know the different legal forms to give to a company (family, individual, small company, and so on)?
- What is your knowledge about new technologies in the agricultural field?
- What advantages in production do you think are derived from a systematic use of ground and air robots?
- How much can the innovative cultivation processes favour the presence of women in agricultural entrepreneurship?
- The importance of new technologies for agricultural safety?
- What are the advantages for farms that use underground sensors?
- The Internet of Thinking (IOT) and the chips in animals?
- The IOT to improve the efficiency of farms in terms of monitoring the production and organization of daily activities: the campaign notebook?
- Agriculture 4.0 and the new business models?
- The new Arduino software for remote control via smartphone (lights, sprinkler, music, etc.)?
- How easy is it to become aware of new equipment/technologies mentioned above to facilitate farm work? And those for the transformation of the product?
- And, knowing the new equipment/technologies mentioned above, what are the difficulties in using these and getting them?
- How easy is it to stay up to date?
- How are new product transformation technologies are suitable for small businesses? (Here, it must be kept in mind that a young man who intends to open a micro-farm will have small quantities of product to be processed and, if the machinery is not suitable even for small quantities, it will be difficult to close the supply chain. Moreover, above all at the beginning, he cannot afford to have employees).
- How useful (on a scale of 1 to 10) are the following competences from the perspective of the Global Farm 4.0?
- Knowing funding for starting, maintaining, and expanding own business______________
- Understanding the business culture of the country work______________________________
- Entering local and/or international markets_________________________________________
- Developing fundamental skills for being a successful entrepreneur_____________________
- Information and Communications Technology (ICT) knowledge for managing a Farm 4.0____________________________________________
- Are there other competences to take into consideration?
- In the area of “actions”: which of the following skills do you think are to be developed more in a 4.0 perspective? (Select one or more alternatives).
- taking the initiative________________________________________________________
- planning and management__________________________________________________
- coping with ambiguity, uncertainty, and risk working with others____________________
- learning through experiences_________________________________________________
- In the area of “resources”: which of the following skills do you think are to be developed more in a 4.0 perspective? (Select one or more alternatives).
- self-awareness and self-efficacy__________________________________________________
- motivation and perseverance____________________________________________________
- mobilising resourcing___________________________________________________________
- financial and economic literacy___________________________________________________
- mobilising others_______________________________________________________________
- In the area of “ideas and opportunities”: which of the following skills do you think are to be developed more in a 4.0 perspective? (Select one or more alternatives).
- ethical and sustainable thinking___________________________________________________
- valuing ideas__________________________________________________________________
- vision and creativity____________________________________________________________
- spotting opportunities__________________________________________________________
- Which social networks do you consider most important? Facebook or Instagram?
- How much and how can social networks give visibility to your company?
- Do you believe that social networks can be used for your business in terms of: (Select yes or no)
- Buying raw materials Yes No
- Selling your production Yes No
- Exchanging best practices Yes No
- Asking opinions from other farmers to solve practical problems Yes No
- How much do you know about FabLab?
- Do you know what the CAE/CAD/CAM/RE are?
- Do you know what 3D printers are? How are they used?
- Regarding the FabLab approach, on a scale from 1 to 10, how much do you consider the following design and manufacturing tools to be useful?
- CAD: Computer aided design_____________________________________________
- CAE: Computer aided engineering__________________________________________
- RE: Reverse engineering__________________________________________________
- CAM: Computer aided manufacturing________________________________________
- Additive Manufacturing—3D Printing________________________________________
- Do you think these tools can be used to support your work?
- Can they be useful and efficient in the agricultural sector? If yes, how?
- What do you think should be the main topics to be included in an interactive entrepreneurship course for Farmer 4.0?
- Regarding our scheme of the project, how important do you consider the following phases? (from 1 to 10):
- The evaluation path of the user in terms of skills and abilities________________________________________________________________________
- The training path________________________________________________________________________
- The simulative environment________________________________________________________________________
- The job shadowing________________________________________________________________________
- The co-working________________________________________________________________________
- Could it be useful to represent in the simulation environment a virtual FabLab in which the user can move at 360° to view typical FabLab equipment and tools and learn how they work?
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Violante, M.G.; Marcolin, F.; Vezzetti, E.; Ulrich, L.; Billia, G.; Di Grazia, L. 3D Facial Expression Recognition for Defining Users’ Inner Requirements—An Emotional Design Case Study. Appl. Sci. 2019, 9, 2218. https://doi.org/10.3390/app9112218
Violante MG, Marcolin F, Vezzetti E, Ulrich L, Billia G, Di Grazia L. 3D Facial Expression Recognition for Defining Users’ Inner Requirements—An Emotional Design Case Study. Applied Sciences. 2019; 9(11):2218. https://doi.org/10.3390/app9112218Chicago/Turabian Style
Violante, Maria Grazia, Federica Marcolin, Enrico Vezzetti, Luca Ulrich, Gianluca Billia, and Luca Di Grazia. 2019. "3D Facial Expression Recognition for Defining Users’ Inner Requirements—An Emotional Design Case Study" Applied Sciences 9, no. 11: 2218. https://doi.org/10.3390/app9112218