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by Martin Bromiley I do human factors.  As an airline pilot, I sit at the front of an aircraft that passes through the upper atmosphere at close to the speed of sound. My immediate thoughts are about 100 miles ahead. … Continue reading

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Chapter 29: Engaging Participants in Human Factors and Ergonomics

by David M. Antle and Linda L. Miller Practitioner summary Human factors and ergonomics (HF/E) has a tradition of working with stakeholders and end-users within a participatory approach. Employee/end-user engagement allows for better comprehension of specific nuances and intricate details of … Continue reading

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Chapter 27: Human Factors and Ergonomics Practice in Agriculture: The Challenges of Variety and Complexity

by Dave O’Neill and Dave Moore Practitioner summary Agriculture globally encompasses an extremely wide range of activities, jobs, people and technological settings, and there can be confusion about where the boundaries of this sector lie. Technologically, the degree of agricultural … Continue reading

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