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Research to Practice - Answering the "So What" question about Human Robotic Interactions—Then and Now
In 2016, T. Sheridan published a review paper on the status and challenges of Human-Robotic Interactions (HRI), and it continues to be one of the most cited publications in Human Factors. In this most recent installment of Research to Practice, answering the “So What” question, we will have Dr. Sheridan review this paper's findings and suggest further research. Justin Croyle, from Amazon robotics, will talk about his work with robotics and some of the current and future needs he sees that practitioners need from scientists to make HRI as effective, efficient, and safe as possible.
HFES Sustainability Taskforce Webinar: How Educational Programs Must Adapt to Address Sustainability
Humanity is facing multiple crises of its own making including the climate crisis, biodiversity loss, land degradation, and widespread social inequality. In this webinar, we will discuss the core skills and core content that needs to be included in HFE curricula to prepare our future (and current) HFE practitioners to address the multiple crises referred to collectively as “sustainability”. In this webinar, Prof. Pereira from the Global Change Institute and the Stockholm Resilience Center will engage in a dialogue with Prof. Andrew Thatcher from the International Ergonomics Association's Future of Work Task Force about what needs to go into the curricula of HFE programs to prepare students for the challenges presented by sustainability and climate change.
HFES Healthcare Technical Group and Product Design Technical Group Webinar: A Two-Way Street: The Relationship Between User-Centered Design and Post-Market Data
This webinar panel will discuss the relationship between user-centered design and post-market data across the product lifecycle. When developing a product, data from post-market sources on related products should be streamlined into the product development process. To do this requires a structure where usability metrics are integrated into post-market data collection. This also presents the opportunity to use post-market usability data for additional methods of risk management. This additional surveillance prompts questions about what thresholds might be imposed that prompt modifications of the product or initiate product remediation efforts.
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HFES Product Design Technical Group Webinar: You Have Enabled Design to Get a Seat at the Table - Now What? Strategies for Getting and Keeping that Seat
Everyone has a boss, even a CEO has a board that governs the top executive leader of a company. This is no different for design orgs; For design leaders this means understanding what it means to make your boss be successful while bringing the voice of the customer to the table. A design org could report into the CMO, COO, CPO, CTO and in some unique situations to the CEO. In all of these instances the objectives of the leaders can determine design org’s focus and outcomes. This may very well determine what it feels like to have a “seat at the table” or not. What does it take to elevate UX/CX to a high-level position from which it participates in the process of making decisions about the design of experiences? In his talk, TS Balaji will take a deep dive into what to do and what not to do in order to establish and maintain UX/CX as a function that is considered in corporate decisions that drive strategy and ultimately experiences for their customers and users. A key to success is looking outward while considering why a superior user experience is important and how it contributes to the mission of the company. The answers, in turn, must be constructed in the language understood by principal decision makers, and in many instances, you may use design to help achieve the objectives of the principal decision makers. Making your presence at the decision table to be persistent requires continuous research, experimentation and commitment to discover changing experiences needed by users and customers.
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The Titans of The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Virtual Symposium is a showcase of some of the premier researchers, practitioners, and academicians in HFES. These speakers will present on the foundational areas of the science of human factors and ergonomics and will provide their insights into the future of Human Factors/Ergonomics.
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Join a panel of mid- and senior-level career professionals who will share concerning: - Their paths to Human Factors, Ergonomics, and UX; - Glimpses into their day-to-day; - And advice for students/early-career professionals. Panelists: - Limor Hochberg, Bose - Shannon Kay O Brien, Thompson Reuters - Deborah Bowles, Target - Eileen Kohn, US Bank - Janet Creaser, Medtronic - Moderator: Adam Schwartz, Jamf
Answering the "So What Question" Webinar Series: How Can Human Factors Help With Implementing Automation in the Oil and Gas Industry?
The better the automated systems are, the lower the situation awareness of the human operators and the less likely that they will be able to take over manual control when needed. This is one of the ironies of automation. At the same time, automated systems are rapidly growing in popularity in the oil and gas sector due to their many advantages, from reducing mistakes to improving efficiency. However, as the science from situation awareness has found, these systems introduce new challenges and risks. As a kickoff to the new MOU between the Society of Petroleum Engineers Human Factors Technical Section (SPE-HFTS) and HFES, two panelists—Dr. Mica Endsley and Dr. Marcin Nazaruk—will discuss how the science of situation awareness can be applied and translated to the complexities of the oil and gas sector. Dr. Endsley will introduce the “human-autonomy systems oversight model” presented in her paper, From Here to Autonomy. This was developed based on several decades of applied research that includes out-of-the-loop performance problems, monitoring, and trust, among many others. Dr. Nazaruk will present some of the design challenges in the oil and gas sector, which are currently being addressed through automation. The webinar will provide an opportunity to discover and discuss some key solutions for reducing the risk of human performance issues when interacting with autonomous systems, such as human-automation interface features, central automation interaction paradigms comprising levels of automation, adaptive automation, and granularity of control approaches.
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Original Date: February 13-14, 2023 The Titans Symposium is an ideal opportunity to gain knowledge and insights into important HFE areas such as situation awareness, attention, decision-making, spinal ergonomics, human error, team cognition and interaction, automation, autonomous vehicles, telepresence, patient safety, macro-ergonomics, aging, inclusion, stress, human system interactions, and team effectiveness.
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