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Breakdowns in human-machine teaming have resulted in numerous incidents and accidents in a range of application domains including driving, aviation, and manufacturing. This webinar will explore recent mishaps, as well as research, to illustrate how technology-centered design contributes to problems with human-machine collaboration. Learners will also explore how resulting accidents and inefficiencies can be avoided by employing a systems engineering approach that applies knowledge and techniques from cognitive ergonomics, interface design and behavioral science throughout system design and development.
- Describe cognitive processes involved in human-machine interaction
- Discuss the contribution of design to breakdowns in human-autonomy teaming
- Recognize the need for human systems integration, and consideration of human abilities and limitations, from the beginning when developing modern technologies