DTU contributions to the Europen project ODICIS
Alexandre Alapetite personal page 2009-2012


ODICIS, is a European project on single display cockpit. It stands for “One Display for a Cockpit Interactive Solution” (ACP8-GA-2009-233605, May 2009 – April 2012).
It is lead by Thales Aerospace, and involves 9 partners from 7 EU member states.

In this project, the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) works in particular on human-machine interaction, human factors, part-task evaluations, and validation.

More preciselly, DTU’s researchers are from the Section about Safety, Reliability and Human Factors (SPM), of the Department of Management Engineering (MAN).

[ODICIS cockpit by Thales]
ODICIS artist view by Thales Avionics


Joint patent with Thales Aerospace, 2012
(Accepted) More details soon
Alexandre Alapetite, Rune Fogh, Henning Boje Andersen, Ali Gürcan Özkil, 2013   [PDF]
A Deported View Concept for Touch Interaction
In the proceedings of ACHI’2013, International Conference on Advances in Computer-Human Interactions, Nice, France
Alexandre Alapetite, Rune Fogh, David Zammit-Mangion, Christian Zammit, Ian Agius, Marco Fabbri, Marco Pregnolato, Loïc Becouarn, 2012   [PDF]
Direct tactile manipulation of the flight plan in a modern aircraft cockpit
In the proceedings of HCI Aero’2012, International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Aerospace, Brussels, Belgium
Loïc Becouarn, Alexandre Alapetite, et al., 2012   [PDF]
ODICIS (One Display for a Cockpit Interactive Solution) - Final public progress report
From the ODICIS European consortium

See other publications

A “deported view” concept for touch interaction

[PDF]   Presented on 24 February 2013 at ACHI’2013, the Sixth International Conference on Advances in Computer-Human Interactions, Nice, France

Touch interactions during turbulence

DR1 coverage (2010-11-29) of our experiences in Tivoli assessing the effect of turbulences on the use of touch-screens: (in Danish)

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Example of session on the roller coaster “Odinexpressen” for the experiments “touch interactions during turbulence” at Tivoli, 2011-05-25: