Careful consideration of human factors in defence ensures operational advantage, as well as the safety of personnel and third parties.
The safety critical nature of aviation necessitates careful examination of human considerations for aircrew, ground crew, as well as the organisational climate.
Increasing appetite and reliance on greater autonomy is changing the role of the human in a range of sectors. Never is the human entirely removed, and their effective interaction with autonomy is crucial for benefits to be realised.
Humans can be a strength or a weakness in cyber security. Investigations of the human component of cyber security provide insights and mitigations to secure your data and systems.
A mass transit system with technology varying from Victorian infrastructure to new high speed rail provides variation in human factors challenges.
Often having the highest yearly number of fatalities of any industry in the UK, improving human factors elements of safety has huge potential to make farms safer. The importance of technology in the sector also calls for effective human machine interaction.