Без темы
<<  HTML Server Controls ASP IAT 410: Advanced Game Design  >>
Human Factors in Engineering Design Fall 2003
Human Factors in Engineering Design Fall 2003
Human Factors: What else is it called
Human Factors: What else is it called
Human Factors Defined
Human Factors Defined
Cost of Ignoring Human Factors is Poor Quality
Cost of Ignoring Human Factors is Poor Quality
What do HFEs Do
What do HFEs Do
What Do HFEs Do
What Do HFEs Do
What Do HFEs Do
What Do HFEs Do
What Do HFEs Do
What Do HFEs Do
What Do HFEs Do
What Do HFEs Do
What Do HFEs Do
What Do HFEs Do
What Do HFEs Do
What Do HFEs Do
History of Human Factors
History of Human Factors
History of Human Factors
History of Human Factors
History of Human Factors
History of Human Factors
HFE is a Multidisciplinary Field
HFE is a Multidisciplinary Field
Jobs in HFE
Jobs in HFE
Examples of Employers
Examples of Employers
Examples of Employers
Examples of Employers
Technical Groups in HFES
Technical Groups in HFES
HFES provides opportunity for variety
HFES provides opportunity for variety
SYSTEMS
SYSTEMS
Systems
Systems
Systems
Systems

Презентация: «Human Factors in Engineering Design Fall 2003». Автор: Jennie Gallimore. Файл: «Human Factors in Engineering Design Fall 2003.ppt». Размер zip-архива: 69 КБ.

Human Factors in Engineering Design Fall 2003

содержание презентации «Human Factors in Engineering Design Fall 2003.ppt»
СлайдТекст
1 Human Factors in Engineering Design Fall 2003

Human Factors in Engineering Design Fall 2003

Dr. Jennie Gallimore

Department of Biomedical, Industrial Engineering & Human Factors Engineering

2 Human Factors: What else is it called

Human Factors: What else is it called

Ergonomics in Europe Human Engineering in Military Engineering Psychology by Psychologist

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

3 Human Factors Defined

Human Factors Defined

Human Factors discovers and applies information about human behavior, abilities, limitations, and other characteristics to the design of tools, machines, systems, tasks, jobs, and environments for productive, safe, comfortable, and effective human use (Sanders and McCormick, 1993) Human Factors IS NOT …

Just using checklists and guidelines

Just using oneself as the model for designing things

Just common sense

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

4 Cost of Ignoring Human Factors is Poor Quality

Cost of Ignoring Human Factors is Poor Quality

Increased probability of accidents and errors Less spare capacity to deal with emergencies Increased labor turnover Lower productive output Increases in lost time Higher medical costs Higher material costs Increased absenteeism Low quality work Injuries, strains

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

5 What do HFEs Do

What do HFEs Do

HFE uses a systems analysis approach. Humans are a critical system component. HFEs analyze systems focusing on human operators to determine what they are required to do to achieve system goals. HFEs determine how the system can be designed or modified to meet goals. Humans have certain capabilities and limitations, and the system must be designed with an understanding of the human component subsystem requirements.

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

6 What Do HFEs Do

What Do HFEs Do

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

7 What Do HFEs Do

What Do HFEs Do

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

8 What Do HFEs Do

What Do HFEs Do

System Analysis

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

9 What Do HFEs Do

What Do HFEs Do

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

10 What Do HFEs Do

What Do HFEs Do

Integration of Solutions

Organizational changes and support Training New Technology Cost-benefit analysis

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

11 What Do HFEs Do

What Do HFEs Do

Human Factors Research

R&D of system and task analysis techniques Human decision making Cognitive modeling Mental workload Visual performance Shift work Simulation and modeling Display of information

Effects of aging on performance Adaptive displays Communication Test and Evaluation Usability Testing Human computer interaction Safety Training Biomechanics

Physical workload Manual material handling Human Error Virtual Environments Complex system modeling Human control and tracking Auditory perception Multi-modal interfaces Individual differences

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

12 History of Human Factors

History of Human Factors

Early History Frank and Lillian Gilbretth Early 1900’s Motion study Shop management Hospital surgical teams 1945-1960 (The Birth of a Profession) U.S. Army Air Corps U.S. Navy Dunlap and Associates

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

13 History of Human Factors

History of Human Factors

1960-1980 A period of rapid growth Membership in a National Society Human Factors and Ergonomics Society www.hfes.org Applied in industry in workplace and product design. Space Program

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

14 History of Human Factors

History of Human Factors

1980-1990 Computers Three mile island Litigation

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

15 HFE is a Multidisciplinary Field

HFE is a Multidisciplinary Field

Psychology Cognition Sensation and Perception Engineering Anthropometry Biomechanics Systems design Mechanical Electrical Etc…

Medicine, physiology, life sciences How the human body works Computer Science Programming Occupational Safety

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

16 Jobs in HFE

Jobs in HFE

Topic Areas Computers Aerospace Industrial Processes Ergonomics Health and Safety Transportation Education Medical Systems

Places Industry Academic Institutions Military-related research centers Government Agencies Independent research and consulting organizations Independent consultants

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

17 Examples of Employers

Examples of Employers

Aerospace and Defense Boeing General Dynamics Hughes Lockheed Martin TRW Rockwell Power & Utilities EG&G General Electric Westinghouse

Automotive John Deere General Motors Honda Ford Nissan Toyota Communications AT&T GTE Lucent Technologies US West

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

18 Examples of Employers

Examples of Employers

Computers Apple IBM Digital Equipment Corp. Hewlett-Packard INTEL Xerox Sun Microsystems Compaq NRC Corp. Start-up companies!

Insurance Travelers Liberty Mutual

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

19 Technical Groups in HFES

Technical Groups in HFES

Aerospace Systems Aging Cognitive Engineering & Decision making Communication Consumer Products Educator’s Professional Environmental Design Forensics Professional Industrial Ergonomics Macroergonomics Medical Systems & Rehabilitation

Individual Differences in Performance Safety Surface Transportation System Development Test and Evaluation Training Virtual Environments Visual Performance Web

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

20 HFES provides opportunity for variety

HFES provides opportunity for variety

Areas in which I have worked: Development of Radar System (TRW) Development of Typewriters (Xerox) Development of user interfaces Designing systems for assembly planning Aerospace applications Advanced cockpit displays Uninhabited aerial vehicles Spatial disorientation training system Virtual Environments Expert Witnessing

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

21 SYSTEMS

SYSTEMS

Example Types Manual Mechanical Automated (hybrid) Characteristics of Systems Systems have a purpose Systems can be hierarchical Systems operate in an environment

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

22 Systems

Systems

Components Serve Functions

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

23 Systems

Systems

Components Interact Systems, subsystems, and components have inputs and outputs

Department of Biomedical, Human Factors, & Industrial Engineering

«Human Factors in Engineering Design Fall 2003»
http://900igr.net/prezentacija/anglijskij-jazyk/human-factors-in-engineering-design-fall-2003-146185.html
cсылка на страницу

Без темы

661 презентация
Урок

Английский язык

29 тем
Слайды